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Slimming Down for Spring


Does this make me look fat? Who hasn't uttered those words on one or two occasions? (Especially, if you're standing in front of those dressing-room mirrors on steroids!) No matter what your size — or your age — we all want to look our best.

And yes, there are some real secrets to slimming down on the fashion front. This season, Sher Canada, Chico's style expert, offers her tips on new ways to shape up and look fabulous. Here are some of her best bets when it comes to slimming down for spring:
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Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, an Inside View

Heritage Pointe of Teaneck Quite recently, Saundra Pomerantz, Director of Community Relations at Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, came to Paramus Sunrise Rotary to give a talk. Impressive, she was accompanied by residents of Heritage Pointe as well as the Executive Director, Donna Zayat. This was a first; the speaker bringing an audience who also participated in the talk. Further piquing the interest is the fact that their PR firm, Caryl Communications, constantly sends in activity releases that makes one salivate.
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Masako Maenami of Dumont Presents Ikebana,Tthe Art of Japanese Flower Arranging At Englewood Library

Masako Maenami's Ikebana demo Februay 18, 2010. At the Englewood Libary, Englewood, NJ
Masako Maenami of Dumont, Deputy Director, Sogetsu New York Branch, presented a lecture and demonstration on Ikebana, the art of Japanese Flower Arranging.  The theme of the program "Spring Awakening" was funded by the Friends of the Englewood Public Library.
To view the video clip of the demonstration, please click here.
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Samson Selects Newmark Knight Frank To Market Space At Montvale Corporate Office Park Building

Montvale, N.J. (February 2010) — New York City-based Samson Management LLC has selected Newmark Knight Frank to serve as exclusive leasing agent for 1 Paragon Drive, a two-story, 107,000-square-foot office building in Montvale Corporate Office Park in Montvale, N.J.
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17th Annual Polar Bear Plunge For Special Olympics NJ Set To Break Records

Over 200 Bergen County residents are expected to be among the more than 4,000 participants.

LAWRENCEVILLE, NJ – Special Olympics New Jersey has announced that approximately 200 residents of Bergen County are expected to participate in their Feb. 27 Polar Bear Plunge at Seaside Heights. This year more than 4,000 people are expected to take the Plunge into the frigid Atlantic Ocean for Special Olympics New Jersey in what will be the biggest Plunge yet.
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Community Supported Agriculture


Small family farms, once on the endangered species list in the American landscape, are making a huge comeback, thanks to a new model of agriculture. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) offers farmers a guaranteed income during these uncertain economic times and gives communities food security.
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Celebration of the Chinese New Year at Trinity Presbyterian Church

Trinity New Year Celebration Introduced by Cassy Stone and Ivan Zhang, the Chinese New Year celebration started off with a Chinese song. Reverend Dr. Samuel Stone said a few words and conducted an opening prayer. He then invited Assemblywoman Connie Wagner to come up and say a few words. Connie gave a citation from Senator Bob Gordon and herself for the church and Dr. Stone. She exclaimed how enthused she was with this annual event.
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Sunday Service At Trinity Presbyterian Church


Reverend Dr. Samuel M. Stone
The Sunday service followed by the celebration of the Chinese New Year always brings a large audience. Among them was a devotee of the New Year celebration, Assemblywoman Connie Wagner. Assemblywoman Wagner remarked that in addition to the lunar celebration, she is always impressed by the Reverend Dr. Samuel M. Stone's sermons. This was no exception.
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Music & Arts Announces Winners Of National Garage Band Contest


Music & Arts
Music & Arts, a national musical instrument retailer, recently announced the winners of its fourth annual Teen Garage Band contest. The contest was open to bands comprised of 13 to 19-year olds, with each group submitting up to three original songs for consideration. More than 66 entries were narrowed down to three final winners chosen by celebrity guest judge Bootsy Collins, best known for his work with the band Parliament-Funkadelic.
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Bergen Community College Men’s Basketball Completes Undefeated Regular Season, 30-0


BCC Men’s Basketball
In the story of the Bergen Community College men’s basketball team, the 2009-10 regular season has a perfect ending. But Coach Sean Kelly and the entire roster believe there’s plenty of story left to write. Last night, the Bulldogs, ranked No. 1 in the National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division III poll, closed the book on an undefeated regular season– a 92-75 home win in Paramus over the Cumberland County College Dukes. With the victory, the Bulldogs finished the regular season 30-0.
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Audition Notice from The Theater League Of Clifton

The Theater League of Clifton is holding auditions for its upcoming production of “Blame It On The Movies”, a musical cavalcade of wonderful songs and themes from some of the world’s favorite films. The cast consists of 3 men and 5 women, including an Usherette who is the narrator and is funny and charismatic. It is an ensemble cast with many featured roles. The dance requirement is minimal and everyone sings throughout the show. Come prepared to sing one song. You must provide your own music in the proper key.
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Y2K+10: A New Decade Unfolds

New Advance & Rutgers Report Assesses Depth of Economic Downturn, Future Issues Determining Pace and Strength of Economic Recovery

With the start of the new decade, now is not only the time to look back and assess the depth of the economic downturn that encompassed the decade that just ended, but also to look forward and examine the issues that will determine the pace and strength of the economic recovery, according to the new issue of the Advance & Rutgers Report, Y2K+10: A New Decade Unfolds.
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Greek Food Demo by Executive Chef, John Piliouras from Nisi Restaurant

Chef John Piliouras from Nisi at Bloomingdale's February 18, 2010, Karina's Cuchina, Bloomingdale's, The Shops at Riverside

Executive Chef, John Piliouras from Nisi Restaurant demonstrated the authentic Greek food using classical techniques and the finest quality of ingredients.  Attendees sampled Wild Shrimp baked with Tomato and Feta Cheese, Olive Oil Walnut Cake with Marmalade and Whipped Vanilla Yogurt.
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Obama Administration Grants Relief To NJ On Payment To Medicare For Part D Costs

HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius today announced an estimated $153 million in financial relief to New Jersey. This help will be provided to states by reducing the amount New Jersey will have to pay the federal government to offset the cost of Medicare coverage for prescription drugs for state residents eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid.
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MS SPRING and the SPRING FASHION FLING

I hope you've all dug out from all the snow. I’m sure you'd agree: enough winter! Bring on SPRING and the SPRING FASHION FLING!

I wanted to provide some information and updates regarding our wonderful annual fashion show! Just a reminder that the date has been changed to Saturday, May 15th at the Glenpointe Marriott from 11:30 AM - 3:30 PM. This year, we are so excited to announce that our Fashion Sponsor will be Nordstrom’s at Westfield Garden State Plaza. Our Honorary Chairperson, will once again be Chris Cimino, Meteorologist for WNBC-TV.
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Entrepreneur Brings International Health Sensation to America: Plans to Revolutionize Snacking


Corn in a Cup Concept, Cup It, Eyes Aggressive American Growth Strategy; Opens Four Locations

Your favorite mealtime side dishes aren't just for dinner anymore. Now, you can snack on a cup of corn, potatoes, or waffles and fruit at Cup It, a four-unit franchise focused on revamping American fast-food snack options, especially while mall shopping.
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Paramus Sunrise President Elect Ably Conducts Her First Meeting

Sunrise Meeting 2-16-10 Liz Mason, President Elect of Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club, presided over her first meeting. President Mukesh Malkan was present, but had been feeling under the weather. The program was for membership bios, but neither member was present. Ubiquitous Betsy Thomason had no qualms about stepping up to the plate and filling in with her bio.
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Heritage Pointe of Teaneck Announces March Events, Activities

Informative Seminars on Art, History are Free and Open to the Public

Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, a full-service rental retirement community, continues its ongoing schedule of intellectual events to stimulate the mind through musical events and art and history seminars. The presentations are free and the public is invited to attend.
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universal orlando resort reveals EXCLUSIVE VACATION PACKAGE FOR THE WIZARDING WORLD OF HARRY POTTER


The Wizarding World of Harry Potter
Guests Can Visit UniversalOrlando.com And Book NOW For Travel Starting May 28, 2010

It’s one of the most highly anticipated theme park entertainment experiences of our generation and, for the first time, guests can now book an exclusive vacation package to visit The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort with their families.
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NAI Hanson Completes Office Lease in Hackensack, N.J.

- Avtech Technology renews 2,396 square feet for three years -

NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, is pleased to announce the completion of a 2,396-square-foot office renewal at 25 E. Salem St., in Hackensack, N.J. NAI Hanson Vice President Steven Leitner, CCIM, and Executive Managing Director Michael Walters, SIOR, represented the landlord, East Salem 2001 LLC, while the tenant, Avtech Technology, Inc., in this transaction, was represented in-house.

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