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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Tuesday, October 17 2017 @ 07:20 AM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Tuesday, October 17 2017 @ 07:20 AM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

IKEA, Making a “Life Improvement” for Zoe’s Place

WHEN: Thursday, April 21, 2011
TIME: 9:30am – 4:30pm
WHERE: Zoe’s Place, Garfield, NJ
A team of coworkers from IKEA Paramus will be tackling their local “Life Improvement Project” by partnering with Zoe’s Place, Inc., a non-profit organization, whose mission is to provide a safe home, childcare and services to homeless pregnant teens, teen mothers and their babies. On April 21st, IKEA coworkers will be building furniture and setting up the bedrooms and living room with new IKEA furniture that is warm and inviting for their new residents.

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Greg Allman Performing LIVE at Englewood’s bergenPAC

Greg Allman

The Rock and Blues singer Gregg Allman is coming to the Bergen PAC. Recovering from a liver transplant, Gregg Allman continues to be the powerful vocalist that he is known to be. Best known as a founding member of The Allman Brothers Band, Gregg Allman has made a name for himself while never threatening to eclipse the band that carries his family name. With hit that include “I’m No Angel,” “Midnight Rider,” and “Can’t Keep Running,” Allman has solidified his place in Rock history.

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Congressman Rothman Opposes the Republican Budget that Ends Medicare to Give Tax Cuts to Millionaires and Billionaires

Congressman Steve Rothman (NJ-9), a member of the House Appropriations Committee, released the following statement on his opposition to the budget being proposed by the Republican Leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives today:
America’s annual deficit and our growing national debt are critical problems that will not only burden our children for generations, but will severely weaken our country.

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Prevention Of West Nile Virus

With the arrival of Spring, the Paramus Board of Health reminds all residents of important measures that can be taken to reduce the risk of becoming infected with the mosquito-borne disease, West Nile Virus. Mosquitoes become infected by feeding on infected birds. Preventing mosquito bites is the most important way to prevent West Nile Diseases.

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High Blood Pressure – The Silent Killer

High blood pressure is called “the silent killer” because there are no noticeable symptoms for most people. In fact it could be family history rather than their behavior that makes victims vulnerable to stroke or heart attack. Even without symptoms hypertension leaves sufferers at risk for cardiac problems. Paramus Health Officer John Hopper recommends an annual blood pressure check. Once high blood pressure is detected it can be managed with the help of your physician.

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May Designated As Lyme Disease Awareness Month

The USDA Dietary Guidelines suggest that adults devote 60 minutes each day to exercise for weight control and cardiovascular benefits. With the arrival of Spring, many people choose to spend that time walking or hiking outdoors. Paramus Health Officer John Hopper reminds them to be aware of the risk for Lyme disease when walking through grass or past bushes. Lyme Disease is caused by the bite of a tiny deer tick, which feeds on animals and people. Most cases are found in northeastern states during the spring months, when the tick is active. Lyme Disease may not be detected until symptoms begin, which may be days to weeks after the bite has occurred.

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THE COMMUNITY CHEST Serving Englewood, Tenafly & Englewood Cliffs CELEBRATING CINCO DE MAYO

Community Chest

Grant a Wish Spring Event Benefiting the Elderly of Our Community

The Community Chest Serving Englewood, Tenafly and Englewood Cliffs strengthen the community through philanthropy, partnership and leadership. Since 1933, the Community Chest has raised money from community residents and businesses to support carefully selected and monitored non-profit agencies that provide social services and educational, recreational and cultural opportunities for the community. The Community Chest is an autonomous organization that is run by a volunteer Board of Managers.

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Garden State Harmonica Club Meeting Now Held Twice a Month in Glen Rock on May 2 and May 16

Rob Paparozzi

Jazz/Blues Night at Trumpets on May 19th!

The Garden State Harmonica Club monthly meetings will be held on May 2 and May 16 at 7:30 pm in room 103 at the Community Church of Glen Rock, 354 Rock Road in Glen Rock. Enter via the parking lot at Hamilton Avenue. The church is handicapped accessible. Business meetings and playing are held regularly on the first Monday of each month with an informal second meeting taking place on the third Monday that includes instruction in reading music for interested members.

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Storm Water Detention Basins: A New Market for Solar

New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the nation and one of the most densely populated places on earth, with more people per square mile than India or Japan. Most solar systems in New Jersey are therefore mounted on the roofs of commercial buildings, rather than on land. But there is one category of land that is abundant, even in this densely populated state: storm water detention basins.

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The Atrium Hosts Spring Arts Classes to Encourage Expression and Creativity

Atrium Residents (standing, L-R) Ann Voss, Jean Hauslen, Esther Moscato, Evelyn Kirkpatrick, (seated, L-R) Learle Van Emburg and Stella Dukes display their colorful Easter bonnet door decorations after a recent crafts class.

Monthly Programs and Events Are Free and Open to the Public

The arrival of April showers may have marked the beginning of spring on the calendar, but residents at The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living welcomed the season by creating festive, decorative spring wreaths and door decorations. The Atrium’s arts programs are popular among residents and also have several therapeutic benefits that encourage individual expression and use of fine motor skills. The spring arts classes are part of The Atrium’s on-going social, cultural, educational and wellness programs that are specially developed for older adults, based on resident interests. Many of the monthly programs also are free and open to the public.

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Matrix Development Group Announces New Lease with the Federal Reserve System's Office of Employee Benefits

New Lease Brings Strategically Located Office and Retail Tower to Morethan 90 Percent Leased

Matrix Development Group, one of the Northeast's most active and well-regarded real estate investment and development companies, has announced that the Federal Reserve System's Office of Employee Benefits has signed a 23,547-square-foot lease at One Riverfront Center in Newark, N.J. Also known as the Legal Center, One Riverfront Center is an 18-story, Class A office and retail tower located in the heart of downtown Newark, adjacent to Newark Penn Station. The new lease brings the 420,000-square foot building to more than 90 percent leased.

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Stuck Out on the Lake? Wallenpaupack Boaters Can Now Call TowBoatUS

Capt. Kevin Trevor of the recently opened TowBoatUS Lake Wallenpaupack, PA.

TowBoatUS Lake Wallenpaupack, which gives boaters and anglers a reliable way to call for assistance 24/7 when their boats break down on the water, has opened. The new business is owned by Capt. Kevin Trevor, who is also owner of the growing boat repair, sales and retail marine business, New Wave in Recreation, which recently expanded operations at their Finn Swamp Road location in Lakeville, PA. Trevor’s stepfather, Capt. Charlie Dunn, is a also part-time captain for the new towing company.

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New flexibility for states to improve Medicaid and implement innovative practices

New rules will make Medicaid more flexible and efficient, helping states provide better care and lower costs

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) today announced four initiatives to give states more flexibility to adopt innovative new practices and provide better, more coordinated care for people with Medicaid and Medicare while helping reduce costs for states and families. The initiatives support the Obama administration’s work to make Medicaid more flexible and efficient and to address long-term cost growth. Several of the announcements also help implement provisions of the Affordable Care Act. Today HHS announced:

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Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City Homeowner Relishes Family's Lifestyle and Super-Easy Commute

Dentist Also Rents Retail Space at Ultra-Luxurious Tower

The daily commute is a main source of complaints for many, but not for Dipali Jain. "My commute is an elevator ride to my office," stated Jain, a homeowner at Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City, who is also renting retail space at the building for her newly opened dental practice, ROAR Dental.

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The BioLume™ Garage Fixture Submitted for LIGHTFAIR International's Prestigious Innovation Award

EverLast® Lighting's Energy-Efficient, Biologically-Friendly Hybrid Lighting System

In preparation for the industry's largest annual architectural and commercial lighting tradeshow, EverLast® Lighting submitted its new energy-efficient and biologically-friendly BioLume™ Garage Fixture for LIGHTFAIR International's exclusive Innovation Awards.

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America, the Dependent

Michelle Malkin

So much for the new era of fiscal responsibility. The federal government's dependency drones have been spared the chopping block. After vowing to eliminate funding for President Obama's bloated $6 billion AmeriCorps social justice army, House Republicans retreated -- and will shrink the AmeriCorps budget by a minuscule 6.7 percent.

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Montclair State, PNC Partner for Preschool Financial Education

Montclair State University, together with the Newark Public Library, was selected by the PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. and the PNC Foundation to be one of the first two organizations to receive funding as part of PNC’s Grow Up Great program. At an event at the Newark Public Library yesterday, PNC announced a $5 million grant pool that is part of the company’s overall $12 million financial education initiative for preschoolers. The University is to receive $260,000 for the professional development of more than 500 preschool teachers across seven counties in Northern New Jersey.

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