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Haworth Resident To Be Installed As Rotary District Governor

Calisto Bertin
Haworth resident Calisto Bertin will be installed as District Governor for Rotary District 7490 at a special Banner Exchange and Installation on Friday, June 20 at Biaggio’s Terrace in Paramus.  Beginning July 1, Bertin will lead 55 Rotary Clubs throughout Bergen, Passaic and Hudson Counties for one year as the Rotary clubs in this area make a difference in their communities and around the world.


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Senator Frank R. Lautenberg Highway Safety Leadership Award

Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety (Advocates) today released a new report showing that federal and state auto safety laws enacted over the past 25 years have saved at least 131,900 lives and over $2 trillion in economic cost savings.  The report, Advocacy for Safe Cars, Safe Driving, and Safe Roadways-25 Years of Saving Lives and Reducing Costs from Traffic Crashes, was commissioned to commemorate the safety group’s 25th anniversary.  Since 1989, Advocates’ unique alliance of consumer, health and safety groups and insurance companies and agents has been highly effective in advancing laws, programs and policies that have made America's roads safer.
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K’NEX® Brands Releases First Line of Plants vs. Zombies™ Building Sets

The relationship combines the award-winning K’NEX building system with your favorite Plants vs. Zombies characters, bringing them from the digital screen to the construction aisle for the first time. With the first game in the series winning over 30 Game of the Year awards, Plants vs. Zombies is a global brand that is popular across the U.S., Europe and Asia, and appeals to male and female audiences ages 4 through 104.
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Paramus Residents Pressure Assembly Speaker Prieto on Fracking Waste Ban Bill at Local Action

Action Comes Amid Statewide Campaign to Protect State from Toxic Fracking Waste This Legislative Session

 Local residents will join with activists today to call on Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto to support the Fracking Waste Ban Bill. Residents will distribute leaflets to market goers at the Paramus Farmers Market, asking them to call Speaker Prieto and urge him to post the bill to ban fracking waste dumping in NJ for a vote. The legislation would protect residents by banning the disposal, treatment and discharge of toxic waste created through the process of fracking, a highly controversial natural gas drilling method. The legislation recently passed through the State Senate with overwhelming bipartisan support, but the bill has not yet been posted in the Assembly for a vote.

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Limmud FSU Invites Peres To Visit His Belarus Hometown This Fall

Israeli President Shimon Peres met with the leadership of Limmud FSU on June 16 in his presidential residence in Jerusalem. Meeting participants included Matthew Bronfman, chairman of the organization; Aaron Frenkel, president; Chaim Chesler and Sandra Cahn, founders; and Roman Kogan, CEO. Members of Limmud FSU detailed the organization’s activities worldwide, and invited President Peres to be a special guest in the upcoming Limmud FSU conference in Belarus, this September, and to visit his hometown of Vishnyeva. Peres thanked the leadership for the invitation and complimented Limmud FSU for its unparalleled impact within Russian-speaking Jewish communities around the world.

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Inserra Supermarkets Marks 60th Anniversary Honoring 179 Associates For Combined 2870 Years Of Service

Company’s Growth Tied to Family Values, Customer Service and Quality Excellence

 Inserra Supermarkets recently marked its 60th anniversary by honoring more than 179 of its ShopRite associates who embody the family-owned company’s commitment to customer service, quality excellence and community. Each of the honorees, who are employed at the Mahwah, N.J.-based company’s 22 stores throughout New Jersey and New York, were recently recognized for their milestone anniversaries, ranging from 5 to 50 years of service. Among them are:

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Blend Your Way to Summer Health and Wellness

Top vegan and health blogger created a collection of delicious vegan smoothies that provides healthy and fun ways to eat your fruits and veggies all year long.


As the weather warms up thoughts turn to bathing suits and outdoor activities. This summer have energy and look fit and trim by taking advantage of the bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables now in season.  With just a blender you can rev up your energy, cut back on calories, improve digestion and glow from the inside out. In her delicious book, 365 Vegan Smoothies, Kathy Patalsky, one of the country’s leading healthy eating advocates, has provided healthy vegan smoothie recipes that are an easy and delicious way to eat healthy, lose weight and improve wellness.  As a successful blogger behind the popular sites Healthy-Happy-life.com,  LunchBoxBunch.com and FindingVegan.com with close to 2 million pageviews per month, Kathy has over 60,000 followers on Facebook, Pinterest, and over 100,000 followers on Twitter, all hungry for Kathy’s tips and recipes.

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Bergen County High Schools Rewarded for Seatbelt Usage

The Trauma/Surgical Critical Care & Injury Prevention Section of the Department of Surgery at Hackensack University Medical Center recently hosted the 11th Annual Spring “High School Traffic Safety Challenge” seatbelt program awards ceremony for student representatives and teachers from 20 Bergen County high schools. This program was developed by the Drive Smart Foundation and funded with a grant from State Farm.
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Bergen Technical High School And Tenafly High School Students Take A Day Off School To Volunteer

  Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County (Habitat Bergen) eagerly welcomed Bergen Technical High School and Tenafly High School to volunteer on its Little Ferry work sites in early June.

Bergen Technical High School brought a team of six students to Little Ferry to volunteer on tasks including installation of door trim, stairs and flooring.

District Supervisor, Michael Miceli, served as their team leader and assisted the students in promoting Habitat Bergen with the sale of Habitat Bergen t-shirts and bracelets on campus to raise funds for the affiliate.

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New On Water Towing Service at Smith Mountain Lake, VA With Capt. Gary Jacobs at the Helm

Capt. Gary Jacobs, the owner of the new TowBoatUS Smith Mountain Lake, VA, fell in love with the lake when he vacationed there a while back. “It is gorgeous,” he said of the lake, which is in the Shenandoah Valley beneath the Blue Ridge Mountains. “One of the prettiest lakes I’ve ever seen.”
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Bill to Strengthen Auto Industry & Keep Tesla in New Jersey Approved by Assembly

 Legislation New Jersey Assembly Democrats Majority Leader Lou Greenwald, Timothy Eustace, Paul Moriarty and Pamela Lampitt sponsored to permit certain zero emission vehicle manufacturers to directly sell motor vehicles to consumers and require them to operate service facilities was approved 77-0-1 Monday by the Assembly.
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From Big Screen to Computer Screen

By Everett M. Lo

Social Security Administration’s Regional Public Affairs Office in the New York Region


It’s summertime, and that means it’s time for popcorn, snacks, and blockbuster movies on the silver screen. Have you noticed that many of the heroes in theaters this year seem to be of a certain age? In fact, some of them are old enough they could easily be getting Social Security retirement benefits even as they continue to work—saving the world or otherwise.

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Helen Keller Would Have Appreciated Social Security’s Efforts

By Everett M. Lo

Social Security Administration’s Regional Public Affairs Office in the New York Region


June 27 is Helen Keller Day, a commemorative holiday established by President Jimmy Carter in 1980 on her 100th birthday. The first deaf and blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree, Helen Keller was a world-famous speaker, author, and advocate for people with disabilities. She undoubtedly would have appreciated all that Social Security does for the disabled community and their families.

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AccuWeather Provides Severe Weather Information in the Field on Motorola Solutions' Intelligent Data Portal

Motorola Solutions' Intelligent Data Portal and AccuWeather Enterprise Services will help public safety agencies, first responders, and enterprises by providing breaking severe weather data Hi Res Radar Moto IDP

AccuWeather Global Weather Center -- 16 June 2014 -- AccuWeather, Inc., the global leader in digital weather information, is pleased to work with Motorola Solutions as the sole provider of real-time weather data through their Intelligent Data Portal to help increase situational awareness for first responders in the field. 

"Clearly, breaking weather information plays a key role in proper situational awareness, not only in the case of severe weather events but with virtually any kind of disaster," said Casey McGeever, Chief Commercial Officer for AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions. "AccuWeather is proud to work with Motorola Solutions to provide this critical data layer which can be shared across agencies and enterprises to keep on top of changing weather conditions and ultimately better protect life and property for private staff and public safety workers and for the public at large." 

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Boat Buying Season Scams

Some Red Flags You’re About to be Taken for a Ride

 It’s summer boating season and some boat buyers and sellers are getting ripped off, say’s Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS). The national boater advocacy, safety and services group outlined the top boat selling scams reported to its Consumer Protection Bureau and offers some ways to greatly improve your chance of a smooth sale or purchase – and when to walk away.

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Fairway Fireman Fathers Day Fare

Fairway Fireman Each year, for the past four years, Fairway Market has held a Fireman's Cookoff with a charitable ending. The winning team gets to pick a charity of their choice and a shopping day is held with part of the proceeds going to the charity. This year, a Paramus Fire company joined the cooking arena to compete against Park Ridge, Ridgewood and Hackensack fire companies.

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Enhance Your Entertainment Experience!

As a frequent guest at bergenPAC, you already know the unique excitement of live performances in an intimate setting. But did you know that by becoming a member you can make your experience even more special? Our annual membership benefits offer value at all levels, including:
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Sweltering Heat to Hit Ohio Valley, Mid-Atlantic

AccuWeather Global Weather Center -- 16 June 2014 --AccuWeather reports  sweltering heat and humidity will advance into the Ohio Valley and mid-Atlantic this week, bringing the hottest weather of the year to date for some.

In wake of a weekend that brought widespread low humidity and comfortable weather to the Ohio Valley and mid-Atlantic, heat and humidity will return in a big way.

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Americans Pay More for Healthcare But Less Healthy Than Those in Other Developed Nations

SHOCKING FACTS: Workers pay 47% more for healthcare today than in 2005: Health in America cost $2.4 trillion dollars in 2008, over twice as much per capita as any other country on Earth and yet Americans rank 37th in overall health outcomes according to the World Health Organization. The Affordable Healthcare Act (ACA) only tweaks around the edges and is wasteful because it expands the role of the private insurers: 30 cents out of every dollar goes to pay for paperwork, marketing and profits for the 1,000 insurance companies in America: The ACA still leaves 23 million Americans uninsured: 62% of all bankruptcies are caused by medical debt: No other developed country has such a badly functioning healthcare system.
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MaxLite Unveils Small DLC-listed LED Flood Lights With Patent-Pending MaxFOCUS Technology That Delivers Unique Narrow Beam

MaxLite introduces Small LED Flood Lights with the  patent-pending MaxFOCUS light collimator and thermal pressure plate that are designed to narrow light distribution and reduce operational temperatures for greater energy cost savings. The flood lights are DesignLights Consortium-qualified (DLC) and available in 15-, 25- and 45-watt styles that deliver narrow beam optics from 72 degrees and wide beam from 101 degrees. They are eligible for rebates up to $150 available through select utility rebate programs nationwide.

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