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Friday, June 23 2017 @ 09:59 AM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Friday, June 23 2017 @ 09:59 AM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Skill, Strategy and Chance Define The Atrium’s Newly Formed Mah-Jong Club

Benefits Include Peer Socialization and Use of Cognitive Skills

Residents at The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living are engaging in a game of skill, strategy, calculation and, to some degree, chance each week when the newly formed Mah-Jong Club meets. The tile game, which dates back to the Chinese philosopher Confucius, is played using 152 tiles based on Chinese characters and symbols and has been likened to Western-style card games like rummy.

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60,000 Shoppers Select the Nation’s 22 Most Innovative Products of the Year

Phil Lempert, The Supermarket Guru® and Herb Sorensen, TNS Scientific Advisor, Reveal Retail Trends at 2011 Product of the Year USA Awards Ceremony

Executives from Procter & Gamble, GlaxoSmithKline, Nestlé USA, Colgate-Palmolive Company, S.C. Johnson, Kimberly-Clark, Mars Petcare, as well as other consumer brands learned about retail and consumer insights at the 2011 Product of the Year USA awards ceremony a few weeks ago in New York City.

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Are You the Next American Artist?

The Company Store Launches Kids’ Design Contest to Benefit Homeless Children Across the U.S.

The Company Store, celebrating their 100th anniversary, today announced the launch of their Kids’ Design Contest, a program geared at inspiring creativity while supporting art education and charitable work among America's youth. Under this initiative, The Company Store will accept original artwork from children 12 years and under. The winning piece will be transformed into a comforter print for their ongoing Buy One, Give One Comforter Donation Program, in which The Company Store donates a new comforter to a homeless child for every comforter sold.

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Cassidy Turley Completes More Than Two Million SF in Key Transactions During Fourth Quarter in New Jersey

Cassidy Turley, a leading commercial real estate services provider in the U.S., is pleased to announce it has completed more than two million-square-feet in transactions throughout New Jersey during the fourth quarter of 2010.

Below are details of some of the key transactions completed:

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March 22: Heritage Pointe of Teaneck to Host Medical Decision-Making Seminar for Health Professionals

CEU-Eligible Program to Focus on Medicaid, Estate Planning and Legal Matters

Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, a full-service rental retirement community, will host “Medical Decision-Making in a Hospital or Long-Term Care Setting,” an educational seminar for CALA, LNHA, social worker and case management professionals. Attendees are eligible for two continuing education units (CEUs). The program is being held on Tues., March 22 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Heritage Pointe, 600 Frank W. Burr Boulevard in Teaneck, N.J. Advance registration is required.

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Accountemps Survey: Managers Spend Nearly a Full Day Each Week Dealing With Staff Conflicts

The motherly instruction to “play well with others” doesn’t always travel from the playground to the workplace, a new Accountemps survey suggests. Managers interviewed said they spend, on average, 18 percent of their time -- more than seven hours a week or nine weeks per year -- intervening in employee disputes. Resolving staff conflicts is an ongoing issue faced by supervisors: Past Accountemps studies from as far back as 1991 show similar results.

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Barmaid Drink Glass Rimmer Adds Fun & Flavorful Twist To Cocktails

Lime Tree Cove also launching a unique line of cocktail spices and recipes www.limetreecove.com  It’s a new gadget that is adding some spice to the cocktail world. The Barmaid Drink Glass Rimmer is a fun and functional product that makes it easy to apply salt, sugar or spices on the rim of any glass. The Barmaid is ideal for use with margaritas, mojitos, martinis, Bloody Marys, coffee or tea drinks and more

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Bergen Legislators To Push For Continued Pre-School Funding In Face Of Threatened Cuts

Weinberg, Gordon, Vainieri Huttle, Voss, Wagner to Join With Advocates to Detail Early Childhood Success Rates

With tangible proof in hand, members of Bergen County’s legislative delegation will hold a press conference on Tuesday to push for continued quality funding of pre-school education in New Jersey in light of increased threats of funding cuts.

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Bipartisan Bill To Address Teen Dating Violence Given Green Light By Assembly

Wolfe/Voss Legislation Would Establish Prevention Taskforce, Require Education on the Subject for Middle, High Schoolers
The full Assembly on Monday approved a bipartisan bill sponsored by Assemblyman David W. Wolfe and Assemblywoman Joan M. Voss to help prevent and combat dating violence among middle and high school students. The measure was approved by a vote of 77-0. “Teen dating abuse is far more prevalent than most realize. It’s a silent epidemic that affects more than 1.5 million students annually, the consequences of which often results in serious injury and even death,” stated Wolfe (R-Ocean/Monmouth). “We need to do more than merely ‘allow’ our school officials to educate on matters of dating abuse. Such education must be mandatory.”

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Wagner, Vainieri Huttle, Greenwald & Lampitt Bill Easing Municipal Consolidation Rules Gets Final Legislative Approval

Measure Stems from DCA Rejection of Merchantville, Cherry Hill Merger Study
Legislation Assembly Democrats Connie Wagner, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Lou Greenwald and Pam Lampitt sponsored to ease municipal consolidation rules after the state rejected a merger study by Merchantville and Cherry Hill was approved 78-0 Monday by the Assembly. The bill (A-3587) would modify New Jersey’s Local Option Consolidation Act to allow municipal consolidation studies to occur via a hybrid application” process. A “hybrid application” for a consolidation study occurs when two municipalities seeking to explore a merger take different paths to approve the study: approval from the governing body of one, usually the larger; and a petition from residents in the other, usually the smaller.

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Gov. Christie’s Anti-Abortion Speech Lowers Opinion In One-Third Of New Jersey Voters

A small minority – 10 percent – of registered voters in New
Jersey believes abortion should be illegal under all circumstances, according to a Rutgers-
Eagleton Poll released today. Just over a third (37 percent) say abortion should be legal under all
conditions, and another 50 percent support legal abortion with restrictions.
Gov. Chris Christie brought abortion back into the spotlight when he spoke at an antiabortion
rally in Trenton in January, where he proclaimed himself an “ally” of anti-abortion

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The Hilarious and Witty Jackie Mason Performs LIVE at Englewood’s bergenPAC Sunday May 15th 3:00 PM

Jackie Mason

Jackie Mason has been bringing audiences to laughter since the 1960s. He is regarded as one of the greatest stand-up comedians of all time. Mason offers an insightful political satire and an interesting perspective on modern life. His amazing time has been making audiences laugh so hard they are brought to tears and has had critics raving show after show.

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From Teachers, a Lesson in Character


Connie Schultz
It's a question on a lot of parents' minds these days: How do we teach character?
New York Times columnist David Brooks was in Cleveland on Monday to talk about his new book, "The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character, and Achievement." During the audience Q-and-A, the self-described conservative was asked how he would design a high-school curriculum to include the teaching of character.

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John Kerry's Recycled Government Slush Fund Recipe


Michelle Malkin
Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., has once again earned his nickname: Thurston B. Howell III. He's elite, effete and so hopelessly out of touch with reality that his latest solution to America's fiscal profligacy is ... more fiscal profligacy, of course, Lovey! On Tuesday, Kerry introduced a $10 billion infrastructure bank bill that would engineer yet another federal taxpayer boondoggle benefiting Big Labor and favored Big Business interests.

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Albano, Milam, Quijano, Gusciora, Burzichelli & Wagner Animal Protection Package Ok’d By Assembly

An ambitious three-bill package that would protect animals from abuse and inhumane conditions, help fight crimes against service dogs and help ward off dog and cat overpopulation was approved by the full Assembly on Monday.The various bills are sponsored by Assembly Democratic lawmakers Nelson T. Albano, Matthew W. Milam, Annette Quijano, Reed Gusciora, John J. Burzichelli and Connie Wagner.

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“Go the Distance for Autism” Family Bike Event to be held in May 2011

Go the Distance for Autism

The second annual “Go the Distance for Autism” Family Bike Event will be held on Sunday, May 15th at Northern Highlands Regional High School in Allendale, NJ and is a collaborative effort by four Northern New Jersey schools for learners with autism - Alpine Learning Group, EPIC, REED Academy and Garden Academy. Last year, over 500 riders raised more than $300,000 in support of autism education.

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BoatUSAngler.com Gets an Extreme Makeover - New Pro Staff Blogs, Easier to Use

BoatUS Makeover

The nation’s largest organization for boat-owning anglers has given its website an extreme makeover, adding new blogs by prostaff and making it easier to use.
BoatUSAngler.com is the website for BoatUS Angler – the fishing services division of Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS). BoatUS Angler offers on-the-road and on-the-water towing services, bass and fishing boat insurance policies, boating safety “tools” such as the BoatUS Foundation Free Online Boating Safety Course, and more.
The newly-updated website includes new fishing blogs from television hosts, fishing guides and tournament anglers, including Mark Zona of Zona's Awesome Fishing Show and Kim Stricker of Hook n' Look.

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CB Richard Ellis Capital Markets Group Arranges $85 Mortgage Refinancing for Five-Asset Portfolio in Secaucus, N.J.

- CBRE Debt & Equity Finance team executes complex refinancing of 828,000 SF portfolio as a single transaction within Harmon Meadow in the Meadowlands -

CB Richard Ellis Capital Markets Debt & Equity Finance group procured an $85 million permanent mortgage refinance of a five-asset portfolio within the Harmon Meadow section of the Hudson Meadowlands, located in Secaucus, New Jersey.

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