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We the People in a Land of 'I's'

Parents, Just Ignore the Eye Rolling and Teach Your Kids About Sex

When it comes to memories you can't pound out of your head with a mallet, few rival the staying power of that moment when we discover how babies are made.
For me, it was really a series of excruciating epiphanies in the span of a fifth-grade afternoon in 1967.
All of us girls marched down to the school basement carrying chunky social studies books we would use to hide our very own copies of the slender Johnson & Johnson booklet titled "Growing Up and Liking It."
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How Mexico Treats Illegal Aliens

Mexican President Felipe Calderon has accused Arizona of opening the door "to intolerance, hate, discrimination and abuse in law enforcement." But Arizona has nothing on Mexico when it comes to cracking down on illegal aliens. While open-borders activists decry new enforcement measures signed into law in "Nazi-zona" last week, they remain deaf, dumb or willfully blind to the unapologetically restrictionist policies of our neighbors to the south.
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How to Keep Adult Students Insured

Q: My daughter is a college senior who will be graduating in May and doesn't have a job. My company says at that point she is off our family health insurance. She doesn't have a job, so what should we do?

A: Health care coverage for college graduates is one of the features of the health care reform bill, which will mandate that insurance companies keep covering adult children until they reach age 26. Unfortunately, this provision doesn't go into effect until September 2010. That leaves quite a gap!
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Bergen County’s Own Bergen DanceMakers to Present an Evening of Dance

Bergen DanceMakers
-- Bergen County Resident Choreographers Deliver a Free Performance on May 6th at Bergen Community College --

Teaneck, NJ (April 29, 2010) – Members of the Bergen County choreographers collective, Bergen DanceMakers, will present an evening of dance on Thursday, May 6th at 7:30 pm at the Ciccone Theater at Bergen Community College. The performance is free and open to the public. A $10 donation is suggested.
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The Hot Pants of Spring and Summer

If you're not into wearing wispy, floral print dresses or metallic leopard miniskirts and prefer to wear the pants in your family, then you'll want to stock up on some new favorites this spring and summer. From short shorts to capris to skinny jeans, there are plenty of reasons to take up the slacks in your closet. But before you head out to buy that smokin' pair of hot pants, take note of these tips to keep your bottom half as your better half:
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May 4: Women Business Owners Celebrate Long-Standing Members of NJAWBO

Bergen Chapter of New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners Hosts Networking Luncheon and Honoree Spotlight at Clinton Inn

TENAFLY, N.J., April 27, 2010 -- The Bergen chapter of New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO) will hold its Network at Noon networking luncheon and honor its long-standing members on Tuesday, May 4 from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. at Palmer’s Crossing at the Clinton Inn Hotel, 145 Dean Drive in Tenafly, New Jersey. Area women business owners and professionals are welcome to attend and make new business connections. The chapter will spotlight those members who have been part of NJAWBO for 15 years or more.
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Care Plus Seeking Donations For Its Annual Auction

April 28, 2010, Paramus, NJ

On June 17, the Paramus-based Care Plus Foundation will honor those in our community that have shown exceptional commitment, generosity and service to the advancement of mental health at its 12th Annual Courage Awards Dinner. The dinner, which is accompanied by a silent auction and tricky tray raffle, is the Foundation’s largest annual fundraiser and will be held at Macaluso’s in Hawthorne, NJ.
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Dedication of Parochet

The Parochet (Ark Cover) from Congregation Beth Israel of Bergenfield was dedicated to Temple Sinai of Bergen County last Friday, April 23rd after Shabbat Services. The Parochet was inspired by Ruth Klingenstein's oil paintings. Ruth, a survivor of Nazi Germany, who escaped to France and became a “Jew in Hiding” in a Strassbourg convent. She met her husband Max, who had fled Germany to escape the Nazis, after the war in Washington Heights.
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Mayor and Council Meeting April 27, 2010

Mayor and Council Meeting 04-27-10 I wish I could say that it was a ‘business as usual’ meeting. In a sense it was, the meeting lasted until 10:45 after a late start of 8:30. A lot of this was due to the fact that Mayor Tedesco wanted to allow everyone in the audience to be heard on the poignant agenda items and in the Open to the Public session. Two major items were the abolition of the Paramus Animal Control Department and the 20 day Borough Employee furloughs requested. These late nights are taking its toll on the audience, many of whom have to rise early in the morning to report to work on time.
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Bergen Community College Students Mentor at Boys & Girls Club of Lodi/Hackensack

Bergen Community College has joined forced with the Boys & Girls Club of Lodi/Hackensack to provide local children with opportunities for mentorship and guidance.

Paul Ragusa, director of Bergen Community College’s Hackensack location, the Ciarco Center, 355 Main Street, who also serves on the Boys & Girls Club’s Board of Directors, proposed using Bergen sociology and criminology students as club volunteers and mentors. Seventeen Bergen sociology students mentor 72 Hackensack children who attend the club’s Maple Avenue location.
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Heritage Pointe Of Teaneck Celebrates Earth Day With Area Youth Groups

Boys from the Chabad of Teaneck
Earth Day, established in the U.S. in 1970, is now a celebration recognized worldwide as a day to clean up the community and take steps toward being “green.” To commemorate the 40th anniversary, Heritage Pointe of Teaneck joined with local youth organizations to beautify the grounds of the rental retirement community.
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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Honors Member, IBEW President And Training Director With Paul Harris Fellow

John DeBouter
Recognition Given to John DeBouter for Outstanding Volunteer Efforts

The Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club recently honored the club’s Vice President John DeBouter, president and training director of IBEW Local 164, with a Paul Harris Fellow recognition. Arranged as a surprise by the rest of the club, the award acknowledges DeBouter for his ongoing commitment to Rotary’s fund-raising efforts and the causes it supports. The Paul Harris Fellow Award is given to individuals through a donation of $1,000 to the Rotary Foundation, which supports various Rotary scholarship programs.
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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Hears About Hogar Rafael Ayau

Sunrise Meeting 04-27-10 On a very busy Rotary morning, Georgia Lipane presented a slide program about Hogar Rafael Ayau. The PowerPoint show displayed some beautiful pictures of Guatemala and the location of Hogar Rafael Ayau in the center of Guatemala City. Originally founded in 1857 by Don Rafael Ayau, it was placed under the care of the Catholic Apostolic Antiochan Orthodox Church where it received its name.
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Paramus Celebration of Earth Day

Paramus Earth Day : One braved the environments to help Paramus celebrate Earth Day in the space behind the Paramus Public Library. Intermittent rain didn’t stop the residents from viewing the many table displays, a live Raptor Show, the Greyhound ‘Angels’ and coffee provided by Starbucks. Souvenirs abounded. Jorge Quintana was the chairman of the event and of course Jean Payoczykowski, efficient secretary to the committee, was there helping to make sure that things ran smoothly. On the committee are: Thelma Springer, Vice Chair, Gerald Anthony, Stanley Fox, Joseph Lagana and Ed “Save Our Wetlands” Onorato.
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YMCA d’Haiti Benefit

YMCA d’Haiti Benefit - Through the hard work of the Ridgewood YMCA and the Wells Mountain Fund, 13 forty foot trailers have been purchased, filled with clothing and supplies and readied to be shipped to Haiti. Honored guests were the Director of the Haiti YMCA Gwenael Appolon and Marie Lawrence, his wife. Jim Delia of the Wells, Jaworski & Liebman law firm, a member of the Ridgewood Y acted as Master of Ceremonies at the Benefit which featured the Tabou Combo, a well known Haitian Musicians group. Jim introduced Tom Wells, his law partner, who explained how what seemed to be a small endeavor grew as word got out.
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SJP Properties Expands Leasing Team with Appointment of Richard Sciaretta as Assistant Vice President

Rich Sciaretta
SJP Properties, one of the New York metropolitan area’s most active development companies, has announced the hiring of Richard Sciaretta, who joins the company as Assistant Vice President. “SJP Properties is uniquely positioned to be hiring and expanding at a time of continued market contraction,” stated David Welch, CFO at SJP Properties.
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bergenPAC and YCS Presents - Annual YCS Blossoms Art Exhibit by YCS Students - Author Faith Ringgold will Sign Books

The Blossoms Exhibit
Saturday, May 1, 2010 - 10AM - 1PM - Free Event: General Public Invited

The 7th Annual YCS Blossoms Art Exhibit opens Saturday, May 1st until May 21, 2010 at bergenPAC in Englewood New Jersey. The artwork and poetry by YCS kids of all ages will be displayed in the theater’s mezzanine. Opening ceremonies are from 10 am to noon. At 11:30 am, there will be a joint choral performance by the students from YCS schools in Hackensack and Fort Lee. Acclaimed artist and author, Faith Ringgold, will then present awards to all the nominees.
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Applebee’s in Paramus Hosts “Take Your Kids To Work Day”

Nineteen girls and boys got a “taste” of what it’s like to work at Applebee’s for a day on “Take Your Daughters/Sons to Work Day,” a program hosted by Doherty Enterprises Inc. located in Allendale, NJ, a franchisee operating sixty-one Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar restaurants in northern and central New Jersey and on Long Island.
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New Jersey Developer Benefits From First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit

The Preserve in Matawan, NJ
American Properties Realty's Success Attributed to Price, Location and Demand

As the federal first-time homebuyer tax credit incentive nears its expiration date of April 30, 2010, American Properties Realty, a New Jersey-based full service real estate company, considers itself a major beneficiary. "American's developments appeal to first-time homebuyers because the communities are priced well, are conveniently located and supply is low and demand high at these price points," said Paul Csik, senior vice president of marketing at American Properties Realty.
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Aretha Franklin To Perform At bergenPAC’s 2010 Spring Gala Benefiting bergenPAC’s Arts and Education programs

Jim and Elvira Grau
Jim & Elvira Grau and Dr. Michael Scherl to be Honored

The Queen of Soul Comes to Englewood to Headline May 22nd Event; Evening Will Also Feature a Special “After Party” Celebration of Live Music and Dancing

ABC Anchor Lori Stokes to Host Event

Concert Only Tickets: $125.00, $95.00, $65.00, $35.00
For Gala VIP Tickets and Sponsorships (201) 816-8160 ext. 16

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