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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Wednesday, December 13 2017 @ 03:46 PM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Wednesday, December 13 2017 @ 03:46 PM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

The Allendale Community for Mature Living Welcomes Individuals and Groups to Share Talents with Senior Residents


Activities and Performances Create Special Bond

The Allendale Community for Mature Living in Allendale, N.J., a pioneer in eldercare living since 1967, offers an array of opportunities for individuals and groups who would like to share their interests and talents with older adults residing at its three senior communities, including The Atrium, an apartment-rental community; the assisted living residence Carlton Court; and The Allendale Nursing Home & Rehabilitation Center, which offers long-term skilled nursing and short-term subacute care. Regular visitors include the Guardian Angel Church, Hawthorne Gospel Choir, Fair Lawn Jewish Chorale, First Presbyterian Church of Ramsey, Mood Swing Quartet and Holy Cross Lutheran Church as well as local Girl Scout and Boy Scout troops and Northern Highlands Regional High School students.

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Basic Wedding Etiquette



The Finishing Touch (www.thefinishingtouchevents.com) shares tips on basic wedding etiquette. “There really are no wedding rules,” says Candice Benson MBC™, president and founder of The Finishing Touch. “There are, however, some very simple things that you can do around your wedding to be courteous to your guests. They will not go unnoticed, and keeping them in mind will help to make your special day even more memorable.”

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We, the Unhyphenated Americans: Meet My People


 


Michelle Malkin
My fellow Americans, who are "your people"? I ask because U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, who is black, used the phrase "my people" in congressional testimony this week. It was an unmistakably color-coded and exclusionary reference intended to deflect criticism of the Obama Justice Department's selective enforcement policies. It backfired.

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Community Deacon (Mount Carmel In Tenafly, New Jersey)Publishes Inspirational Text



Deacon Lex Ferrauiola

ENTITLED JUST TO FOLLOW MY FRIEND

Deacon Lex Ferrauiola – husband, father, healthcare executive, and ordained Catholic deacon – has created a reflective and inspirational book to help guide others towards “experiencing God’s presence in everyday life.” Just to Follow My Friend is a collection of homilies and reflections on the impact of God’s guidance in daily living.

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Experts Discuss Domestic Violence, Child Custody At Bergen Community College Forum, Friday March 11


College’s Violence Intervention Prevention Center Teams with “The Nurtured Parent Support Group,” Authors and Documentary Filmmaker to Address Issues

Few circumstances conger greater fear and helplessness than the idea of a child in the hands of a violent, abusive person.Bergen Community College’s Violence Intervention Prevention Center has collaborated with The Nurtured Parent Support Group of Ridgewood to bring authors Barry Goldstein and Lundy Bancroft, and documentary filmmaker Garland Waller to the College for a Domestic Violence and Child Custody Community Forum from 6:00-to-8:30 p.m., Friday, March 11.

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Bergen Community College Board of Trustees Reaches Compromise with County Executive on Agenda Review


Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan and the Board of Trustees of Bergen Community College reached agreement last night on the county executive’s request to review and delay action on specific items of the Board’s meeting agendas.The compromise, approved unanimously by the board after listening to public comments and weighing the matter in executive session for more than 90 minutes, enables the county executive to pull individual items from meeting agendas for discussion.

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Youth Violence, Bullying Awareness and Prevention Workshop Offered March 10


On March 10, Care Plus Innovations will offer to the community the workshop Youth Violence, Bullying Awareness and Prevention Workshop: Coping and Intervention strategies for Communities and Schools. The workshop will be held at Care Plus NJ in Paramus NJ from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. The cost is $30 and Professional Development Certificates are available. To register: 201-265-6908

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New Jerseyans Warming to Cuts to Programs, Still Most Protective Of Education



Despite divided opinions on the budget unveiled last week by Gov. Chris Christie, New Jersey voters are warming to the idea of budget cutting, according to a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released today. Following last week’s budget address, Garden Staters are less likely to want to protect a wide range of program areas than they were in March 2010.

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Children’s Aid and Family Services Receives Grants


from NYMEX Foundation, Novartis Pharmaceuticals, Skelly Foundation and Carlson Family Foundation


Children’s Aid and Family Services recently received several grants. The Medically Needy Infants and Toddlers Foster Care Program benefitted from grants from the Getrude E. Skelly Foundation ($25,000) and Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation ($5,000). The Carlson Family Foundation donated $10,000 toward foster care and adoption recruitment efforts. Additionally, the Baby Basics program, which provides free nutritional formula, diapers and other baby essentials to low-income families in Bergen County, received a $5,000 grant from the NYMEX Foundation.

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The Atrium at The Allendale Community Rings in Spring With Free Programs for Seniors


Social, Musical, Educational and Cultural Events Encourage Peer Socialization

Area seniors are invited to ring in spring at The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living with an array of social, musical, educational and cultural programs that are free and open to the public throughout March and April. Each event will be held at The Atrium, conveniently located via private driveway access off Route 17 South in Allendale, and advance registration is recommended.

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Desirable Financing Options Draw Buyers to Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City


FHA Financing with Low Down Payment Allows Buyers to Capitalize on Historic Low Interest Rates

Living a life of splendor at Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City, one of New Jersey's most luxurious residential condominium towers, is made easy with desirable financing options that have generated strong sales activity at the building, with 19 contracts signed in the past two months alone.With Federal Housing Administration (FHA) financing available, buyers at Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City are able to capitalize on the historic low interest rate environment. Having FHA approval also permits qualified buyers to place a low down payment--as low as 3.5 percent--and those loans can close in a just 40 days.

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The Theater League of Clifton, in cooperation with ATC Studios, is holding auditions for “Narnia, The Musical”,


The Theater League of Clifton, in cooperation with ATC Studios, is holding auditions for “Narnia, The Musical”, Based on C.S. Lewis' The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Book by Jules Tasca; Music by Thomas Tierney; Lyrics by Ted Drachman. Directed by Kathleen Kellaigh.

The cast includes singing, non-singing and movement roles and ages 8 - 78 will be considered.. Some roles may be doubled.

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Bergen Community College’s Lady Bulldogs End Season 20-9


Forward Michaela Hayes Leads Nation in Rebounds

The Bergen Community College Lady Bulldogs’ finished the season with 20-9 record, their best in 27 years, and had three players ranked in the top ten in the nation in individual rankings including rebounds, free throw percentage, assists and scoring. The Lady Bulldogs’ season ended on February 24, with a 77-to-58 loss to Brookdale Community College, ranked No. 4 in the nation, in the semi-finals of the Region XIX Tournament, at Lackawanna Community College in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

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The Residences at Palmer Square to Debut Model Townhome on March 13


Award-Winning Interior Merchandising Firm Lita Dirks & Co Tapped to Create First Model Home at Premier Princeton Community

The Residences at Palmer Square, a brand new luxury townhome and condominium development in the heart of downtown Princeton, N.J., announced today that its first model townhome, designed by award-winning interior merchandising firm Lita Dirks & Co., will be unveiled to the public on March 13.

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WA State Boater Gets Cash Reward for Busting Crime: Stolen Goods Found Online


$2500 from BoatUS; Winter Crime Prevention Tips

When one Washington State boater had his boat burglarized at his marina, he didn’t take the news sitting down.
Peter Hunt, of Oak Harbor, Washington, went to the internet, where he found the thieves selling the stolen items taken during a rash of boat burglaries – including his own chartplotter – on eBay. Recently, he brought his internet investigation to the attention of authorities that led to the arrest and conviction of an adult and two teenagers and recovery of over $50,000 in stolen electronic equipment. Over 90% of the goods stolen at Hunt’s marina were recovered and returned to owners.

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IndiePix Films Acquires Acclaimed Iranian Film, DOG SWEAT



Indie Pix

IndiePix is proud to announce the acquisition of the narrative film DOG SWEAT; director Hossein Keshavarz’s bold and provocative look at Iran’s rebellious youth culture. The film has found worldwide acclaim at the Los Angeles and Tokyo International Film Festivals and was recently nominated for the Acura Someone to Watch Award at the 2011 Film Independent Spirit Awards.

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Creating a Dog-Friendly Backyard


By Greg Kleva

Creating a dog-friendly backyard brings many benefits such as the dog’s safety, prevention of boredom and attendant misbehaviors, exercise, and enjoyment of nature. Remember, though, that while letting your dog have a free romp in your yard keeps him exercised, active and happy, the yard should be used only as a temporary retreat. Nothing can replace the time you spend with your furry pal to enhance your relationship and seal your special bond.

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Congressman Rothman Reads to Students at Roosevelt Elementary School in Garfield


On February 28, 2011, Congressman Steve Rothman (D-NJ) spent an hour with the fourth grade class of the Roosevelt Elementary School in Garfield, NJ as part of the National Education Association’s (NEA) Read Across America program. Congressman Rothman read Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax to the students in their school and spoke with them about the importance and fun of reading. Now in its 14th year, Read Across America raises awareness on how vital it is to motivate children to develop the skills they will need to reach their full potential and succeed in their future endeavors.

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Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month


The Gastroenterology Department at Bergen Regional Medical Center Provides Tips to Prevent, Detect and Treat One of the Most Common Cancers

Colorectal cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in the United States. It is also the second leading cause of cancer related deaths in America and strikes both men and women equally. Although colon cancer can be deadly, the death rate has been going down for the past 15 years. One reason is because colorectal cancer is both preventable and often curable if it is detected early.

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