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Open Season is Here; Time to Hunt for Your Prescription Drug Plan

By Everett M. Lo
Social Security Administration's Regional Public Affairs Office in the New York Region

Hunting season is upon us; time to set your target for the Medicare prescription drug plan that’s best for you. Newly eligible Medicare beneficiaries, and current beneficiaries who are considering changes to their Medicare Part D plan, should mark their calendars for November 15. The “open season” will run from November 15 to December 31. The Medicare Part D prescription drug program is available to all Medicare beneficiaries to help with the costs of medications. Joining a Medicare prescription drug plan is voluntary, and participants pay an additional monthly premium for the coverage.
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Harmonica “STARS” Shine On Garden State!

The Holiday Inn will be ushering in this holiday season with the magical sounds of the harmonica! Over one hundred harmonica players and lovers from all over the United States, as well as Canada, Italy and the Netherlands have registered to gather here as The Garden State Harmonica Club (GSHC) kicks off its 37th annual harmonica festival in Hasbrouck Heights, NJ from Thursday, November 19th through Saturday, November 21, 2009.
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Roads and Utilities Underway at Riverbend District -- One of New Jersey’s Largest Transit-Oriented Redevelopments in Harrison

Advance Realty’s Riverbend District
Phase I Infrastructure On Track to Completion by Opening of Red Bull Arena in Spring 2010

At a time when many developers are postponing progress at their developments, Advance Realty, a leading Northeast U.S. owner and developer of Class A office and mixed-use properties, has announced that construction is moving ahead at the Riverbend District, one of the largest brownfield mixed-use, redevelopment transit districts underway in New Jersey.
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Palisades Financial Closes on Acquisition of East Parcel of Former Centuria Property in Fort Lee, N.J.

Completion of Foreclosure Process Brings Property Closer to Revitalization

Palisades Financial, a leading commercial real estate direct lender and advisory firm, has announced the completion of its foreclosure on approximately 7 acres in Fort Lee, N.J., the east parcel of a site formerly known as the Centuria property. Palisades Financial’s second fund, Palisades Regional Investment Fund II, LLC, originated the loan for the property in April 2007 to Town and Country Developers of Fort Lee, LLC. The loan went into default in April 2008 and Palisades took the deed from the developer in June of 2009, leading to a Bergen County Sheriff’s Foreclosure Sale for the property on Friday, Oct. 23, 2009.
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DeVry University Announces New Paramus Center Campus

Dignitaries celebrate the grand opening of DeVry University in Paramus, NJ
September 24, 2009 – DeVry University, known nationwide for its degree programs, flexible classroom approach and reputation for helping graduates find gainful employment, held its grand opening ceremonies from 11:00 am-1:00 pm on Thursday, September 24, 2009, at 35 Plaza, 81 East State Route 4. Continuing its educational commitment to the State of New Jersey, DeVry University is located in the heart of the city’s commercial center, with easy access to major area highways and towns.
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College Comes Early for New Milford Third Graders at Bergen Community College

The College Now Academy
The College Now Academy Brings 18 Students to Bergen for Mentorship, Educational Activities

Eighteen Bergen County third graders have found a new afterschool hangout: Bergen Community College.

The College Now After-School Academy, a program designed by the College’s Center for Suburban Criminal Justice, offers New Milford third graders an opportunity to participate in a supplemental learning program that supplies positive role models (in the form of Bergen students), promotes parental involvement in the education process and gives the preadolescents a taste of college life over a five-year period. The academy opened October 13.
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Paramus Due For A Change

"It's time for a change!" said a senior citizen at the Walter Behnke Senior Housing Complex before Election Day. Her prognostication was correct! Two new Councilmen are due to take office in 2010, Michael Rohdieck and Alan Brundage. This will swing the balance of power over to the Republicans who will now have the majority vote. Leaving the Council will be Democrats Denis Niland and Fred Hayo.
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Four-Seater Faithful to Porsche's Performance Standards

The Panamera
"Now it's my turn," said professional racer Bob Faieta, who was my mentor around the Road America racetrack for the media launch of the 2010 Porsche Panamera.

Faieta was among several past and present Porsche racers, including Hurley Haywood and Patrick Long, who pushed or reined in journalists on a day of hard driving.
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Busy Times At Paramus Sunrise Rotary

Paramus Sunrise Meeting 11/3/09 Two speakers, a new member plus a Board of Directors meeting after the regular club meeting kept the Rotarians busy on Election Day. Past District Governor Dan Shiver was the scheduled speaker. Dan was prevailed upon to install our newest member, Christine Wu. For those that don't know, having a dignitary like Dan Shiver do their installation is quite an honor. President Mukesh Malkan introduced the District Exchange student Thanaporn Kanjanasongpon, better known as Mook.
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Tricks of the Trade

The trick to dressing stylish is not just wearing all the latest looks from the fashion runways. You may end up looking like you stepped out of a Halloween costume shop if you insist on being a slave to the popular trends du jour. Think huge shoulder pads, ripped jeans, cat eye makeup and teetering stilettos ... and you get the picture of the ultimate fashion victim.

Real style is all about making your clothes work for you, not against you.
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The St. Louis Diary of Fritz Buff - Riding The Storm Waves

When Assistant Superintendent of Schools, Joe Lupo, told me about a book unveiling at Paramus High School by a local Jewish author, I got all excited. Dealing with the exodus of Jews from Nazi Germany, it is a diary by Fritz, now Fred, Buff. Since we both live in Paramus, I figured our paths had to cross at one time or another. Sure enough, we missed each other at the Democratic rally at Seasons yesterday, Fred was sitting with Irving and Lee Gall and I wasn't able to stop and take Irving's picture. We were that close!
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350 Actions This Saturday

The number 350 seems so innocent, so small, so prime and human-scaled that you can picture it in your mind. It's not like those inconceivable numbers: the trillions that measure the national debt, billions that measure world population and millions that measure the carbon in the atmosphere.
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Paramus DPW Makes That Extra Effort

Paramus DPW Paramus DPW workers and members of Local 73 volunteered their time, money and efforts to conduct a food drive for the Paramus Department of Human Services. Irene Maury, Director of the Human Services Department, has stressed the ongoing need for supplies and the strain caused by the downturn in the economy. Showing that they care about Paramus, the union members decided to hold a food drive on a Saturday, their time off.
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Baby Basics at Trinity

Baby Basics at Trinity
Trinity Presbyterian Church in Paramus has endorsed the Children’s Aid & Family Service’s Baby Basics as one of their many charities. Members of the congregation heeded the pleas of Cassy Stone, daughter of Pastor Sam Stone. They brought in much needed diapers and baby necessities this past Sunday. Although a small congregation, Trinity congregants have a big heart.
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Democrat Ticket Rallies

Democrat Ticket Rallies Held at Seasons in Washington Township, Paramus Democrats held their annual pre-election day rally. Not only were Council candidates Denis Niland and Fred Hayo present, but Mayor Tedesco welcomed Lt. Governor candidate State Senator Loretta Weinberg, State Assembly candidates Connie Wagner and Joan Voss, County Freeholder candidates Freeholders Julie O'Brien and Vernon Walton.
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Keep Our Kids Safe; Keep Our Town Together Say Paramus Volunteers

A Safe Halloween in Paramus - A Safe Halloween was in the thoughts of our Fire Departments and Rescue Squad. With that in mind, they arranged for elaborate Halloween displays along with all the goodies. Starting at Fire House 2 on Spring Valley Road, they made all the Trick or Treaters welcome. To the credit of all the companies involved, that included the adults accompanying them. It also included NJ Assemblywoman Connie Wagner who we encountered at Fire House 3 before she visited the Rescue Squad.
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Nutrition At Your Fingertips

(Alpha Books, 2009)
By Elisa Zied, M.S., R.D., C.D.N.
The All-inclusive “Go-To” Guide That Answers All Your Nutrition and Health Questions in a Practical, No-Nonsense Way

To many Americans, the idea of eating healthfully seems intangible, daunting, overwhelming, confusing or just too difficult and time-consuming to integrate into already overscheduled, stressful lives.
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Tricks for Your Treats

Leftover Halloween candy. What's that?

It's when your overzealous trick-or-treater returns home after a successful night of marauding, his pillowcase bulging with Butterfingers and Necco Wafers. Or, it's the vast remains of the ginormous mixed bag you bought at Costco when you were planning for hordes of trick-or-treaters invading your front stoop. And you only got one lone ranger and a witch.
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Late-Night Snacking Can Sabotage Weight Loss Efforts

If you're trying to slim down, you already know you need to cut calories. The results of a new study suggest that when it comes to losing weight, the timing of your meals and snacks may be just as important as the number of calories you consume.

Published in the Sept. 3 issue of the medical journal Obesity, the study provides the first concrete evidence linking meal timing and weight gain.
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At the next Master Gardener meeting, Kathleen Gagan, owner of "Peonys Envy" will be presenting a special program on "Peony's in the Garden".

Learn from a veteran peony grower the “ins” and “outs” of successfully growing peonies in your garden. Peony's come in many colors and forms, there are Peony's for sun and for shade. Learn about site selection, soil conditions, light requirements, planting, plant expectations, how to have beautiful cut flowers, fall care, diseases/insects, ants and transplanting/ dividing peonies.

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