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Teaneck High School Madrigals Treat Heritage Pointe of Teaneck Residents to Holiday Concert


The vocal stylings of the Teaneck High School Madrigals put residents in the holiday spirit as they performed a special concert at Heritage Pointe of Teaneck. Seniors at the full-service rental retirement community lauded the talent and professionalism of the group, as they performed traditional carols and selections in Hebrew, French, Russian, German and Spanish.
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Wagner Reminds Consumers To Be Aware Of Gift Card Expiration Dates And Fees


Assemblywoman Connie Wagner
Assemblywoman Connie Wagner on Tuesday reminded consumers to make certain they clearly know all expiration dates and dormancy fees for gift cards and certificates they received this holiday season.

“Gift cards are becoming more and more popular and are regulated by state law, but consumers are often unaware of unreasonable expiration dates and hidden fees,” said Wagner (D-Bergen). “Consumers should make sure they know all the rules so they get the most of out of their gift cards and avoid being hit with fees they never saw coming.”
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Santa Monica Gets Set For Rose Bowl Pep Rallies Dec. 30th and Dec. 31st

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON AND OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY FANS, ALUMNI, PLAYERS AND COACHES TO GATHER AT THE SANTA MONICA PIER FOR A FINAL RALLY BEFORE THE BIG GAME

Santa Monica will host over 40,000 fans, alumni, players, coaches, cheerleaders, marching band, and VIPs, at the official Rose Bowl pep rallies. Both pep rallies are free and open to the public, will include food vendors, activities and entertainment, and will make for great photo opportunities as visiting fans cheer on their teams.
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The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey Awards 96 Grants Exceeding $1.9 million in 2009

38 Charitable Organizations Receive $936,500

William J. Marino, Chairman of the Board of Directors of The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey (Foundation), announced today that the Foundation awarded more than $1.9 million in grants to 96 organizations in 2009. “I am proud to announce the following 38 organizations received fourth round grants from The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey,” said Marino. Since the Foundation’s inception in 2004, the Foundation has awarded nearly 500 grants totaling over $18 million to charitable organizations across the state.”

Fourth round grant recipients are:
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“Adoption 101: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Adoption” Free Workshop

For most people thinking about adopting a child, there are numerous questions, such as “Where do I start?” “How long does it take?” “What is a home study?” “Should I adopt domestically or internationally?” and “Can I afford to adopt?” To help families get the information they need to make this life-changing decision, Children’s Aid and Family Services is presenting “Adoption 101: Everything you ever wanted to know about adoption,” at its Family and Adoption Services Center, 148 Prospect Street, Ridgewood, NJ. This free workshop is Thursday, January 21, 2010 from 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
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Jan. 20: Borst Landscape And Design To Speak To Cresskill Garden Club About Outdoor Living, Front Yard Design

Public is Invited to Attend Free Presentation on How to Enhance Home’s Curb Appeal and Entertaining Options

Kelly Tuttle and Terry McMahon, landscape designers from Borst Landscape and Design in Allendale, N.J. will address members and guests of the Cresskill Garden Club on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 on “Enhancing Your Home Front to Back.” The presentation will focus on how homeowners can enhance curb appeal and create backyard retreats that expand entertaining options. The free presentation will be held at the Cresskill Borough Hall, 67 Union Avenue in Cresskill, N.J. at 1 p.m.
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Help Save Over 400 CATS & 50 DOGS

2009 Closing of 2 Long Island Shelters, the Bad Economy, & Rising Medical Costs Force Little Shelter to Cut Back on Crucial Medical & Community Services

Little Shelter Animal Rescue & Adoption Center www.littleshelter.com, one of Long Island’s oldest no-kill shelters dedicated to saving all companion animals in need, announced today that its Holiday Donation Drive has been extended until January 7, 2010. Little Shelter is under financial pressure and must cut back on services for needy animals due to a 30% decrease in donations, the 2009 closing of two Long Island shelters (Bide-A-Wee in Wantagh and Animal Haven in Flushing), and the bad economy, unemployment and foreclosures causing more animals to be surrendered to the shelter. Without holiday donations, Little Shelter will be forced to cut back on medical care for its 400 cats and 50 dogs and will reduce essential community animal care services.
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Leasing Activity Remains Strong in Prime Bergen County Office Space


25 E. Spring Valley Ave. Maywood, NJ
Bergman Real Estate Group, a privately owned real estate investment firm that owns and manages office properties throughout New Jersey, announced today three new long-term leases at 25 East Spring Valley Avenue in Maywood, New Jersey.

25 East Spring Valley Avenue, a three-story, 45,000-square-foot Class-B building that offers convenient access to Route 4, Route 17 and the Garden State Parkway, is also less than 20 miles away from the George Washington Bridge.
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bergenPAC’s New Show Announcement for 2010 Including Brian McKnight, March 12th

Aretha Franklin for bergenPAC’s Gala May 22nd and Upcoming Performances by Patti Labelle, Michael Bolton, Fab Faux, Kansas, Dan Zanes & Friends, Bernie Williams

Tickets on Sale Now www.bergenpac.org or call 201 227 1030

Patti LaBelle - Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010 - Time: 8PM - Tickets: $124, $99, $99, $59, $29
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New Orleans Family of Funk:The Neville Brothers Take the Stage at bergenPAC With Grammy-Winner & Funk-Master Dr. John


The Neville Brothers
Saturday February 6th - 8:00 PM - $99, $74, $59, $39, $29

For almost 30 years, the Neville Brothers have proudly carried the torch of their native New Orleans’ rich R&B legacy. They have sold millions of records, including such hits as “Tell It Like It Is,” “Fire On The Bayou” and “Fever.” Grammy Winner Dr. John proudly stands alongside Louis Armstrong and Fats Domino as one of New Orleans’ all-time distinctive voices. His music is considered to be one of the most infectious sounds in both jazz and popular music. His hits include “Right Place Wrong Time” and “Iko Iko.
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World Renowned Violinist and Grammy Award Winning Recording Artist Joshua Bell Reaps Sweet Success


Joshua Bell
With his New CD AT HOME WITH FRIENDS at #1 and A PBS Special that Airs January 21st

See Joshua Bell Perform Live at bergenPAC

Thursday February 11th - 8:00 PM
$89, $64, $49, $39, $29

Joshua Bell performs live at bergenPAC Thursday February 11, 2010 in Englewood New Jersey. The release of his new CD entitled AT HOME WITH FRIENDS debuted at #1 and inspired a PBS special that will air January 21st.
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Will It Play?; A Gary Spivak Production

The brainchild of Gary Spivak, Will It Play? guests have included Mel Fabrikant, Chief Reporter for Paramus Post; Peter Harris, President of Silver Palate; Charmaine Jone, a.k.a The Cake Diva who designed cakes for Jay Leno and Michael Jordan; Mike Micholowicz, author of The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur; Jerry Silberman, President of Corporate Turnaround and author of How to Pay Business Debts You Can't Afford; David Zrike, President of Zrike; and John Dilley, President of Defcon Sauces which has won numerous awards as well as Joe Pizza, President of Interchem.
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Aggrandize Small Spaces with Bold Gestures


Q: Our city apartment is so small that the bed has to be wedged into the guest room, wall-to-wall. We have a lot of company — we're both college professors with a long list of former students who come to visit. I'm looking for ways to make those visits more comfortable and pleasant.

A: Repeat after me: It's not what space you have; it's what you do with it.
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Gifts for Foodies on Your List


If you have a foodie on your holiday gift-giving list, rejoice. With all the kitchen gadgets, gizmos and heavy artillery out there, shopping should be a piece of cake.

(Speaking of shopping, there are just 14 days left until Christmas. If you're still hunting for Hanukkah gifts, you better get cracking. You've got until sundown.)
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Sweet Resolve


Last New Year's Eve, we asked, "What is your culinary resolution for 2009?"

Marilyn Biggica, associate professor of Foods and Nutrition through the Continuing Education program at the San Diego Community College District, was one of the first to jump in with a culinary commitment.
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Holiday Fashion Budget Busters


We may all be in the mood to party hardy this holiday season, but are our clothes in a festive mood, too? You may not want to buy a whole new outfit for that New Year's Eve soiree, but we can all use a few tips on making the most of whatever we do have in our closets ... even if we need to add just a little something to jazz things up.
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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Learns About At Home Rehabilitation

Paramus Sunrise Meeting 12-22-09 Allison Webb, Regional Marketing Director for Fox Rehabilitation, was the featured speaker at Paramus Sunrise Rotary. She explained that Fox specializes in aftercare house calls for the geriatric or recent patients. Medicare Part B kicks in after the original hospital outpatient calls end. They accept Medicare Part B.
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Mayor And Council Meeting 12-22-09

Meeting 12-22-09 At the Sine Die meeting, Mayor James Tedesco promised to save the Borough at least $200,000.00 in 2010 by continuing to act as Borough Administrator at no extra fee. Outgoing Councilman Fred Hayo was honored for his 35 years of service to Paramus as was Council President Denis Niland, a retired Paramus Police Officer. Members of the Paramus Volunteer Ambulance Corps were paid tribute for their extraordinary contribution to Paramus.
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Happy Holidays From the Paramus Borough Municipal Clerk's & the Mayor's Office


Patricia Smith, Toni Falato, JoAnne Gentry and Grisel Maza
Newly appointed Municipal Borough Clerk Toni Falato and her staff want to wish everyone Happy Holidays. We would be remiss if we didn't include Patti Smith, the Mayor's Secretary who helped www.ParamusPost.com by setting up the Happy Holiday pictures you have seen here. Shown in the picture are:
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Happy Holidays From the Paramus Borough Golf Course


Paramus Borough Golf Course
Gary Pucci and his staff at the Paramus Golf Course would like to wish the residents of Paramus and all the people who have played at the course a Happy Holiday. That goes for the main and miniature courses. Due to a computer glitch, we can't list all the members of Gary's staff, but please accept the good wishes extended from the golf course personnel.

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