When Tony Rosario hosts an International Paramus Sunrise International Dinner, he really hosts it. After several postponements, President Liz Mason finally set a date for our Dominican Republic dinner for Thursday, September 30, 2010. The weather prediction wasn’t promising, again, but after these several postponements, the club stuck to the date. Seven stalwart members showed up even though high winds and heavy rains were predicted. Tony Rosario was there waiting!
Public Debates Feature Congressional, County Executive, Sheriff and Freeholder Candidates
Bergen Community College and the League of Women Voters of Bergen County will host five public candidate forum debates featuring the individuals seeking terms in the House of Representatives and as Bergen County Executive, Sheriff and Freeholders. All debates will take place in the Moses Family Meeting and Training Center, Technology Education Center room 128, at the College, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus. League of Women Voters representatives will moderate the forums, which are free and open to the public.
Thursday, September 30, 5 p.m., Moses Family Meeting & Training Center (TEC 128)
The National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC) invites public comment on Bergen Community College’s nursing program, Thursday, September 30, 2010, at 5:00 p.m. in the Moses Family Meeting & Training Center, Technology Education Center room 128 at the College’s main campus, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus. For more information please call Joan Murko, director of the nursing program at (201) 447-7181.
On Tuesday, November 9th, Alpine Learning Group will be holding its annual “Special Evening at SLATE” event in New York City. SLATE is a nightclub located at 54 W. 21st Street that boasts a funky atmosphere and an entire floor of billiards, foosball and ping pong tables. Guests will enjoy lots of great food, an open bar, music, silent and live auctions as well as access to all of the game tables.
Help for Small Businesses and Boosting Fight Against Drugs Also on Agenda
The Assembly on Thursday will vote to override Gov. Chris Christie’s veto of legislation to create jobs and boost the economy through a state homebuyer’s tax credit and consider legislation to reform property taxes, permit advertising on school buses to generate money for schools, boost small businesses and provide more tools to combat drug offenders.
Newark – On Thursday, September 30, HHS Principal Deputy Administrator for The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Marilyn B. Tavenner will join students of UMDNJ and NJ community members in recognizing the six month anniversary of the passage of the new health care law, the Affordable Care Act. The event will highlight several new consumer protections have begun to take effect. The new protections include:
OK, so it's not just the guys who get to have their "Mad Men" fashion moments this fall. The girls are getting into the whole "prim" and perhaps not so "proper" style mode, too. Designers are taking a big bow with retro modern clothes and accessories that have the chic feel of the '50s — when full skirts were swinging, sweaters were fitted, and sharp-toe pumps were pointing the way to a glamorous era.
So if you're not into being a military maven, then this updated take on vintage dressing with a feminine flair may be more of your cup of tea.
THE MASTER GARDENERS OF BERGEN COUNTY Present “New Plants in the Industry" with Chris Rubino, Monrovia Growers
The Golden Age of Plant Exploration, breeding, and propagation are upon us; never before has there been so many new genus and improved cultivars available to the American gardener. This presentation will focus on Monrovia's extensive new plant offerings in 2011, as well as highlights of the best new products throughout the rest of the industry.
At their weekly Tuesday morning Rotary meeting, Paramus Sunrise President Liz Mason mentioned all the upcoming club activities. Starting Thursday evening , September 30th, with an International Dinner at Elsa in Teaneck (Dominican Republic), the next event will be on Friday, October 8th, a Fireside Chat at the home of Past President Mukesh Malkan. Then on Thursday, October 21st, there will be another International Dinner at Applebee’s (American) in The Fashion Center. This last will also be a fundraiser. Two new membership applications were turned in; installation in the near future!
Gilda’s Club Northern NJ received a proclamation from Bergen County’s top elected officials designating the day as “Face Cancer Together Day,” a theme that closely echoes the philosophy of the not-for-profit: that no one should have to face cancer alone.
In honor of “Face Cancer Together Day,” and to commend Gilda’s Club NNJ’s mission of providing social and emotional support to anyone touched by cancer, the organization invites the community to join in this year’s celebration by attending a presentation by Arnold Scham, M.D.
In a matter of days, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is expected to announce its decision on whether to approve the addition of up to 50% more ethanol in the nation’s gasoline supply, from the current 10% (E10) concentration to a potential 15% (E15). The nation’s largest boat owners group, Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS), is urging recreational boaters to speak out now and tell President Obama that scientific testing on E15 must precede EPA’s decision and not come at a later date.
Peter Noone (Herman Hermits)“I’M Henry The Eighth I am” and “Mrs. Brown, You Got a Lovely Daughter”,
Felix Cavaliere “Good Lovin’” “I’ve Been Lonely Too Long”, and
The Happenings “See You In September” “Go Away Little Girl”
Saturday October 30– 8:00 PM
$95, $85, $65, $49, $39
On behalf of the patients, staff, and dedicated volunteers of the Golf Committee of the Holy Name’s MS Center, thank you so much for your support of the 13th Annual MS Center Golf & Tennis Invitational held on Monday, September 13, 2010 at Knickerbocker Country Club in Tenafly, NJ. The success of our annual outing is a direct measure of your commitment and generosity. Through your support, this year’s MS Center Golf & Tennis Invitational raised nearly $110,000. These funds go directly to patient care and research at Holy Name’s MS Center.
Across US, $68 million in grants to support community living for seniors and individuals with disabilities. HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius today announced $68 million in grants to help seniors, individuals with disabilities, and caregivers better understand and navigate their health and long-term care options. A total of $719,190 in grants has been awarded in New Jersey.
Extreme Buyer Activity Leaves Limited Opportunities at Luxury Active-Adult Community
The Pinnacle Companies, the region’s premier developer of luxury homes, has announced a major milestone at Winthrop Court, a luxury condominium community for active adults in Clifton, N.J. The Pinnacle Companies, which partners with KABR Real Estate to own 39 of the community’s well-appointed residences, began sales just three months ago. In that short period of time, 50 percent of the homes have been sold.
Author Andi Green to Treat Local Families to a Live Reading
W Hoboken announced today it will be hosting a celebration for Andi Green's newest book in her popular WorryWoo Monsters series, “The Monster Who Couldn't Decide,” on Saturday October 2, 2010. W Hoboken welcomes back the acclaimed children’s book author and New Jersey native for the second time after a successful celebration for her launch of last year’s installment in the popular WorryWoo Monster series, “The Monster in The Bubble.”
20th Anniversary Celebration Special Offer: 20% off on $55, $45 Tickets Only on October 12, 13 & 14
The NJ Association of Verismo Opera’s (Verismo Opera) 20th anniversary year continues with Giuseppe Verdi’s opera, “Rigoletto”, on Sunday, October 24 at 3 p.m. at the BergenPAC, 30 North Van Brunt St. in Englewood, New Jersey. Tickets are $55, $45, $35, and $25. Verismo Opera, a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization based in Fort Lee, is the only professional opera company in Bergen County, New Jersey.
The Bells is a story that covers the past, the present and the future mainly by reference. Musically based, it is the story of a little boy born to a deaf mother who never spoke a word to him. His mother was the person who rang the loud church bells from the belfry by hitting them with a mallet. The townspeople had difficulty with the sounds and covered their ears whenever the pealing sounded. One might say they thought she was bats in the belfry!
The Rotary Club of Teaneck held it first, in what is hoped to be many more evening meetings, this past Wednesday, September 22nd at 5:30pm at Vitale’s. The hope was to make it easier for those that are interested to come, visit, learn more about what the Rotary Club of Teaneck has been doing in Teaneck since 1929 and perhaps even to join. The evening meeting is an effort to making Teaneck Rotary more accessible for those that have difficulty in attending the noon-time meetings.