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Care Plus NJ’s Healthy Families-TIP Program Receives $10,000 Grant


Englewood, NJ, Keeping children in Bergen County safe is the goal of Care Plus NJ’s Healthy Families-TIP Program and a generous grant from The Todd Ouida Children's Foundation is helping do just that. The grant will supply much needed funding to the Healthy Families-TIP program so it can continue to facilitate support groups and purchase resources to assist families.
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Creative Cooking on a Budget


Diane Phillips knows her way around a pork shoulder. The local cooking instructor and author of the new "Slow Cooker: The Best Cookbook Ever With More Than 400 Easy-to-Make Recipes" loves the cheap meat for its plethora of possibilities — money saving and flavor-wise.

"Pork shoulder is cheap and is one of my favorites," Phillips said. "It yields an incredible amount of meat. It's melting and tender and takes on other flavors really, really well."
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Donna Zayat Joins Heritage Pointe Of Teaneck As Executive Director


Donna Zayat
Senior Care Professional Plans Community Outreach, Expanded Programming for Rental Retirement Community

Heritage Pointe of Teaneck has announced the appointment of Donna Zayat as executive director of the full-service rental retirement community, located at 600 Frank W. Burr Boulevard in Teaneck, N.J. Zayat, a resident of River Edge, N.J., joined the Heritage Pointe management team in January after six years at assisted living and memory support residences in Bergen County.
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More International Products & Bigger Variety of Healthy & Gourmet Items Are Offered For PASSOVER 2010


There’s an international array of new products for Passover from Israel, Argentina, and all parts of the USA, according to the producers of Kosherfest (www.kosherfest.com), the largest kosher food, beverage and spirits trade show in the United States. In addition, items from this Passover season are designed to bring the tastes of the holiday closer to year-round items, while others are meant to add a broader array of items already available for Pesach, according to KosherToday(www.koshertoday.com), the industry publication produced by Kosherfest.
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A Three-Bill Package To Make It Easier For Consumers And Businesses To Pay Utility Bills

CHIVUKULA, VOSS, RAMOS, JOHNSON & COUTINHO BILLS TO HELP BUSINESSES AND CONSUMERS WITH UTILITY BILLS APPROVED BY ASSEMBLY

A three-bill package sponsored by five Assembly Democratic lawmakers to make it easier for consumers and businesses to pay utility bills and to help businesses save on energy costs is advancing toward law.
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Social Security Welcomes Your Ideas

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


In support of President Barack Obama’s Transparency and Open Government initiative, Social Security has launched a new Open Government webpage.The new webpage serves as the portal for all agency activities that support the President’s Transparency and Open Government initiative. It’s open for the public at www.socialsecurity.gov/open
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Hottest Ticket in Town

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


Millions of disabled and blind Americans receive monthly Social Security or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments. Some receive both. Most also have help in paying medical bills from Medicare or Medicaid.

Many of these individuals would prefer to be working. But taking that leap can be a challenge — especially with the risk of giving up much-needed medical insurance and sustaining disability cash payments.
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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: An Invisible Killer


Kenneth Capek
When tennis star Vitas Gerulaitis died of carbon monoxide poisoning in 1994, the world gasped. The healthy, vibrant, sophisticated individual was entering a new phase of his life as a tennis commentator when his life was tragically cut short at the age of 40. He was staying at a friend’s guesthouse in Long Island, having just lent his name to a charity tennis clinic, when, due to a faulty heating and air conditioning system, he was found dead, the victim of carbon monoxide poisoning.
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Fast Facts About Social Security

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

When you think of Social Security, you probably think about a monthly payment for retired and disabled workers. But Social Security has a rich history full of interesting facts. The program has been around for almost 75 years, so there has been ample time to put together a list of fun facts and figures. Here are a few.
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St. Joseph's Children's Hospital “Cooking For Kids: Gourmet Fare From Everywhere!”


Chef Lidia Bastianich
Cooking for Kids: Gourmet Fare from Everywhere!” will take place on Monday, April 26, 2010, 6:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m., with a VIP Reception starting at 6:00 p.m., at The Venetian in Garfield, NJ. The purpose of this signature event is to raise funds for pediatric programs and services at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital in Paterson, NJ.

Guest of Honor Lidia Bastianich, beloved TV chef, restaurateur, business owner and author of the best-selling cookbook Lidia Cooks from the Heart of Italy, will welcome guests and participating celebrity chefs.
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Our Most Convenient Office is Online

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


You probably don’t need anyone to tell you that times are tough for many people right now. The past year has seen a recession-driven increase in applications for Social Security retirement and disability benefit applications. These increases translate into busier offices and telephone lines.
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The Sudler Companies' Completes Two Long-Term Lease Agreements in Sudler Corporate Park in North Brunswick, N.J.

- Longtime tenant renews and expands for total of 255,000 square feet–

The Sudler Companies, one of New Jersey’s oldest real estate developers recently marking its 100th year, is pleased to announce the recent completion of two lease transactions involving the same tenant, within Sudler Corporate Park in North Brunswick, N.J. The first is a long-term 125,000-square-foot lease renewal at 1112 Corporate Road and the second is a new 130,000-square-foot long-term lease at 1101 Corporate Road. The Sudler Companies’ was represented in-house by Executive Vice President of Real Estate, Steven Spinweber, in both transactions, while CB Richard Ellis’ Vice President, John Maloney, Jr., CCIM, represented the tenant, Capacity LLC.
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Jive to the Creole Beat with Cajun Jazz at Bergen Community College, March 19


Terrance Simien
Mardi Gras may have passed, but don’t tell that to Cajun and Zydeco jazz singer/songwriter Terrance Simien.

Simien, whose Louisiana-inspired riffs appeared in Disney’s recent animated hit “The Princess and The Frog,” will visit Bergen Community College for an evening performance Friday, March 19, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre located at 400 Paramus Road, Paramus. Tickets are $28 for adults and $26 for students, children (17 and under) and seniors (65 and over).
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March Marches On

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

Time goes by so quickly, it can be easy to forget important deadlines and even easier to let critical items fall to the nether regions of your to-do list. Whether you get to everything or not, time marches on — so we’d like to share some March reminders with you.
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Caputo Aims To Authorize Video Lottery Terminals At Meadowlands Race Track


Assemblyman Ralph Caputo
Bill Would Seek Voter Approve for VLTs to Help Raise Revenues

Assemblyman Ralph Caputo on Monday announced he and several other Assembly Democrats have introduced legislation that would seek voter approval to place video lottery terminals at the Meadowlands horse racing track. “Let’s face it - times have changed and so must we if Meadowlands racing and gaming are going to continue to be a strong part of New Jersey’s economy,” said Caputo (D-Essex).
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FirstService Williams Continues Major Expansion Plans with New Princeton Office

--Strategic move a foothold in key market for life sciences, financial services and University sectors-

Continuing the firm’s long-term growth strategy in the Garden State, FirstService Williams has opened a new office in Princeton, N.J. With thriving life sciences, financial services and University sectors, Princeton will serve as another major foothold for FirstService Williams, which capped a highly successful 2009.
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AMERICA Celebrates 40 Years! Performs New Favorites and Old Hits


America
From “A Horse with no Name” to “Sister Golden Hair” & “Tin Man” LIVE at bergenPAC

Friday March 19th - 8:00 PM
$89, $66, $49, $39, $29

In the midst of their fourth decade of music making, America have been perennials on the concert circuit for 34 years, pleasing their loyal fan base and attracting new generations of followers.
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Report Names Hackensack University Medical Center One of America’s 50 Best Hospitals For the Fourth Year in a Row

Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) announced today that it has been named one of America’s 50 Best Hospitals for 2010 in a report issued by HealthGrades, the leading independent healthcare ratings organization. HUMC is one of only 27 hospitals nationally named to the list four years in a row, and the only facility in New Jersey, New York and New England to accomplish this.
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Organized 'Clutter' Becomes an Interesting 'Collection'


Q: What should I do with my husband's large collection of 19th century and early 20th century toys?

He wants to display them in the living room, but they just don't seem to "go" with our very contemporary furniture (besides, making it look way too cluttered).
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The Princeton Review's National Testing Day Set For March 20, 2010

Free SAT and ACT Full-length Practice Exams Available To High School Students

WHAT: To help high school students gain a significant advantage in using scores from their college admissions exams to more effectively compete for financial aid, The Princeton Review is offering free, full-length SAT and ACT practice tests at various locations across the country including Wayne Valley High School.

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