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SuperFutures.org today announced that 30 scholarships are available to help students

Citing an unemployment rate among youth at over 20% nationally, SuperFutures.org today announced that 30 scholarships are available to help students fund the cost to attend a one-of-a-kind leadership program at the United Nations and Pace University – all designed to help students better prepare for the working world. The scholarship deadline is July 17, 2009 so interested applicants are urged to apply immediately.
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NAI Hanson Named Exclusive Leasing Agent by United Yarn Products Co. Inc for 20,000 SF Industrial Space in Wayne, NJ


United Yarn Products Co. Inc
NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, has been named the exclusive leasing agent for a 20,000-square-foot unit of warehouse space by The United Yarn Co. Inc located at 400 Newark Pompton Turnpike in Wayne, New Jersey. NAI Hanson's Sales Associates, Robert Borny and Greg Reid and Josh Levering will be responsible for overseeing the marketing efforts on behalf of the building owner, United Yarn Products, Co. Inc.
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"Expo-Arte 2009," an Art Exhibit Reflecting Aspects of Colombian Culture Opens 7/14 at BCC's Ciarco Learning


Artist Cristina Hoyos "Witness"
Bergen Community College is partnering with Club Colombia USA to celebrate "Colombian Culture Week" with "Expo-Arte 2009," an art exhibit that reflects different aspects of Colombian culture, at the Philip J. Ciarco Jr. Learning Center (355 Main Street, Hackensack) from Tuesday, July 14 to Monday, July 27, 2009. Seven local Colombian artists are exhibiting a wide range of works, in a variety of media including painting, drawing, pen and ink, photographs and jewelry. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
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The Valley Hospital Recognized for Excellence in Women’s Health and Maternity Care

One of only 15 hospitals nationwide recognized for excellence in both areas of care

The nation’s leading independent healthcare ratings organization has ranked The Valley Hospital among the top 5 percent in the nation for women’s health quality outcomes, recognized by the 2009/2010 Women’s Health Excellence Award. Valley also earned the Maternity Care Excellence Award, ranking the hospital in the top 10 percent in the nation for maternity care. The Valley Hospital is the only hospital in Bergen County, and one of only 15 hospitals nationwide to earn both the Women’s Health and Maternity Care Excellence Awards for 2009/2010.
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Hackensack University Medical Center Press Releases

JOHN THEURER CANCER CENTER ACCREDITED BY THE COMMISSION ON CANCER OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS

The Commission on Cancer (CoC) of the American College of Surgeons (ACoS) has granted three-year accreditation with commendation to the John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC). A facility receives a three-year accreditation with commendation following the on-site evaluation by a physician surveyor during which the facility demonstrates a comendation level of compliance with one or more standards that represent the full scope of the cancer program (cancer committee leadership, cancer data management, clinical services, research, community outreach, and quality improvement). In addition, a facility receives a compliance rating for all other standards.
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Prime Middlesex County Location Remains Attractive


555 Route One
Bergman Real Estate Group, a privately owned real estate investment firm that owns and manages office properties throughout New Jersey, announced three new long-term leases and one lease renewal at Woodbridge Towers, located at 555 Route 1 South in Iselin, New Jersey.

This four-story, 85,000-square-foot Class-A building offers direct access to Route 1, and is a short drive from the Garden State Parkway, the New Jersey Turnpike and I-287. The building lobby renovation was completed in early 2009 and also features an on-site café.
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The Peninsula at City Place in Edgewater, N.J., Offering Rentals at the Upscale Condominium Community

The Peninsula at City Place, the premier upscale waterfront condominium community in Edgewater, N.J., has created a rare and exciting opportunity for the region's discerning renters. Along with homebuyers, renters are now able to enjoy the elegant living spaces and vibrant lifestyle offered by The Peninsula. The Peninsula is especially attractive to renters who are seeking a level of finish and features typically reserved for luxury condominium communities only.
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Learn the Necessary Tools to Start Your Own Business at Bergen Community College, August 6, 2009

Individuals who are looking to start their own company should learn the necessary tools to assess if their business will be a viable and profitable endeavor. The seminar, "The Start-Up with Q & A," presented by Bergen Community College's Small Business Development Center, will be held on Thursday, August 6, 2009 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. at the Philip J. Ciarco Jr. Learning Center, 355 Main Street, Hackensack. Tickets are $20. Parking is free.
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Making Beautiful Music Together -- in the Kitchen


Patrons of the San Diego came out during the day recently for an al fresco luncheon where the musicians not only played for their lunch, they cooked it as well.

Normally clad in a tuxedo when he works, trumpet player John MacFerran Wilds donned a chef's jacket for the second annual event and conducted four of his colleagues in the culinary movements. Their audience: 75 patrons of the symphony.
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A Visit To The State Fair Meadowlands

Meadowlands 2009 Co-Publisher Sophie Stone, her two daughters, a friend and her daughter decided to visit the State Fair Meadowlands before it closed on Sunday, 6/12/09. At the last minute, Paramus Rotaract Club Advisor Alicia Martinez was asked to accompany us. Alicia had never been to the fair at the Meadowlands while yours truly is proud of the fact that he knows a lot of the people in the carnival world and is accepted as a carnie, a close family!
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Gleam Equals Glam


Q: We saw a really unusual floor in a designer show house we visited this spring. In the living/dining room, the wood was painted dark and it was totally slick, almost like a mirror. The docent didn't know how it was done. What would you guess?

A: Sounds like epoxy paint to me. At least, that's how architect Charles "Chip" Bohl achieved the slicker-than-slick floors in his own Baltimore apartment, shown here.
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Nordstrom Opens Its Doors to Cosmetic Bags

Trina luxury cosmetic bags Trina luxury cosmetic bags joins the Nordstrom accessory department 

Trina, a line of fashionable cosmetic and travel cases, will be hitting the shelves of Nordstrom at the Anniversary Event and Fall Preview starting July 17th. To celebrate the debut of Trina in Nordstrom locations across the U.S. all bags will be priced at 40% off for the first two weeks on shelves.
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Jay And The Americans - Standing Room Only At The Paramus Bandshell

Jay And The Americans - The Paramus Cultural Council started off Terrific Tuesdays at the Paramus Bandshell with Jay And The Americans sponsored by Berkeley College. This was, by far, the largest audience in the history of Paramus Cultural Council presentations. Running upwards of 2,000, the main area was so crowded that people were sitting on the lawn across the road adjacent to the Paramus Library. The high school parking areas were filled to the brim!
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Rhythms of India Concert at Paramus Bandshell

Rhythms of India Concert "Rhythms of India", a dance and music concert, played to an appreciative audience on Sunday afternoon, June 28th in the Paramus Bandshell.  A concert organized by Paramus community members and Paramus Public Library staff, it featured classical and semi-classical dances of India.
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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club President Mukesh Malkan Presides Over His First Meeting

Meeting 07/07/09 Taking over the reins of an organization is never easy. President Malkan was fortunate to follow the footsteps of a very capable leader, Anthony Iacono. Malkan's business experience, a financial advisor, came in handy as he, Vice President Elect Liz Mason and Treasurer Gary Spivak presented the budget for his year after the general meeting and at the Board of Director meeting.
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Fresh Jersey Tomato Gazpacho Chills at Chakra


Tomato Gazpacho
Cool Down this Summer with a Twist on a Seasonal Favorite

Plump, fresh, juicy tomatoes have long put New Jersey on the produce map, and now Jersey Tomato Gazpacho from Chakra restaurant’s Executive Chef Nelson Martinez highlights the scrumptious fruit in a new way. Tomatoes are one of New Jersey’s richest bounties, and this recipe simply and flawlessly brings out the sweet and bold flavor of the tomato. Available in local farmers markets through the summer, tomatoes are in prime season from early July to mid-September.
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Iacono Stuns Paramus - Leaves To Take Position In Passaic


Anthony Iacono at his desk.
In a surprise announcement Borough Administrator Anthony Iacono will be leaving Paramus to become the Business Administrator for the City of Passaic, the 15th largest community in the State of New Jersey. Citing a career opportunity of a life-time Iacono made his formal announcement this past Wednesday.
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The Block Party and Fireworks - The Culmination of a Perfect Paramus 4th of July Weekend

The Block Party and Fireworks - The weather cooperated to help make the 2009 celebration one of the best holiday celebrations we have had. It highlighted the efforts of the 4th of July Committee headed by Rich Siniscalchi. The Committee did yeoman duty in making sure that everything ran smoothly during the celebration. Despite an ailing back, Rich was everywhere smiling and promoting the fruits of his efforts.
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Obtaining the Proper Permits Can Add Several Months to a Project’s Timeline


Mark Borst
The old adage, “the devil is in the details,” certainly applies to landscaping. And the detail most often overlooked by homeowners when planning a new outdoor project is the permitting process. “I always tell clients that they have to start planning months in advance, or else that spring landscaping project may not happen until the fall,” said Mark Borst, president and founder of Borst Landscape & Design in Allendale, N.J. The reason, he explained, is that obtaining permits for various aspects of the endeavor can take as much as two months, depending on the locale.
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Sterling Properties’ Viera at Hanover at Township Honored Three Times at 2009 CBA Awards of Excellence Ceremony


— Morris County Community Receives ‘Best Attached Home Over $500,000’ Award, Plus Two Others —

Sterling Properties’ Viera at Hanover Township, an exclusive community of 40 townhomes for 55-and-better individuals in Morris County, N.J., was recently honored with three prestigious awards during the Community Builders Association’s 2009 Awards of Excellence ceremony.

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