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Bob's Discount Furniture Donates $1,000 to Von E Mauger Middle School


Cathy Poulin,Principal Robert Heidt, Talia Axelrod
Bob’s Discount Furniture Random Acts of Kindness

Every month, Bob’s picks a school that submits either online or in stores, a post card. Once they do this, they have a chance to be selected for a $1,000 donation from Bob’s. On October 20th, The Von E Mauger Middle School in Middlesex, NJ donation was part of Bob’s surprise Random Acts of Kindness.
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Wood You Believe? Yesterday's Timber Leads a Second Life


Q: Our son and his two young children are moving in with us after his divorce. We had planned to move ourselves, but now we'll stay put and add a great room for the kids. Our house is Tudor-style, so we want the new room to blend with the old things, such as the woodwork, stained glass and hardwood floors. We were thinking of using reclaimed wood for the floors and woodwork, but my husband hates the thought of "used" wood. Is it a bad idea?
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This Thanksgiving, Pass the Mouse

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

Thanksgiving is almost here. Families across the nation will come together to share more than a meal — to share warm memories, and to make them. You may plan to watch the Thanksgiving Day Parade, toss a football on the leaf-covered yard, or simply sit together over coffee or wine to talk. While the family is together, it may be the perfect time to help Mom or Dad, Grandma or Grandpa, or your favorite Aunt or Uncle. Just ask them to pass the mouse.
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The New Jersey Gay Men’s Chorus to Perform at Bergen November 15


New Jersey Gay Men’s Chorus
The New Jersey Gay Men’s Chorus will perform choral music at Bergen Community College on Sunday, November 15, 2009 at 3 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for students, children, and seniors (65 and over). The New Jersey Gay Men’s Chorus, now in its 19th season of performing, is comprised of 45 singers from New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The Chorus believes in creating a positive image of the gay community and reducing discrimination through their music. Their repertoire ranges from Renaissance music to more contemporary pop songs. They performed at Carnegie Hall in 2005 and 2007.
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Gilda’s Club Northern New Jersey Hosts Halloween Party


Halloween Partyat Gilda’s Club Northern NJ
NOOGIEFEST! Tricks n treats, fortune telling, haunted house, spooky storytelling, Halloween crafts, games, costume parade, food, and fun. Free and open to the public. Members of Gilda’s Club Northern New Jersey – men, women and children touched by cancer held this Wednesday, October 28, 2009 from 6:30 to 8:00pm at Gilda’s Club NNJ, 575 Main Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601.
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Hackensack University Medical Center Names Robert C. Garrett President & CEO


Robert C. Garrett
J. Fletcher Creamer Jr., chairman of the Hackensack University Medical Center Board of Governors, today announced that the Board has named Robert C. Garrett as President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Garrett has served as acting President and Chief Executive Officer since May. He joined Hackensack University Medical Center in 1981 and was named Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer in 1986.

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Bergen Community College Offers Job Readiness Workshop Series

Events Will Feature Resume, Cover Letter, Interviewing Skills

Bergen Community College is offering a free “Job Readiness” workshop series. As part of the series, the College will offer workshops on resumes, cover letters, soft skills, interviewing and customer service. The workshops will take place in November through January at the Ciarco Learning Center, 355 Main Street, Hackensack and Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands, 1280 Wall Street West, Lyndhurst. Although the series is free and open to the public, preregistration is required. To register, or for additional information, please call (201) 460-1707 or e-mail bmoore@bergen.edu.
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Social Security Serves Those who Serve America

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


Each and every day of the year, Americans in the armed forces serve our nation. At Social Security, we honor our nation’s military personnel and all of America’s veterans not only on Veterans Day, but every day of the year. In fact, military service members receive expedited processing of their disability applications from Social Security. Under an agreement initiated by Social Security, the Department of Defense transmits information that allows us to quickly identify military personnel injured in Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.
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Top Tier Food & Beverage Professionals Convene at Kosherfest 2009 Nearly Half of Kosher Consumers Are Under Age 45

-- U Café wins “Best Kosher Sandwich” Competition at Show Event --

There was pecan pie, hot croissants, Asian noodles, mock shrimp and scallops, mozzarella sticks, wasabi peanuts, custom imprinted cookies made on the spot and chocolate fountains for dipping at this 21st annual trade show known as Kosherfest. But the only thing that gave it away as kosher was perhaps the Gey Kak’in Tea, salt shakers of Lot & Lot’s wife, and the designation of parve, dairy or meat at the more than 325 booths that filled the Meadowlands Expo Center for the two-day kosher food, wine & spirits show Oct 27-28.
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Calling All Bowlers To The Fowl Line:

First Ever ShopRite Partners In Caring Turkey Bowl Invitational To Benefit Local Food Banks

Harlem Globetrotters Team Up with New York and New Jersey Food Banks as they Compete for Bragging Rights and Additional Turkey Donations

For years, New Yorkers and New Jerseyans have rivaled over which state has better drivers, tastier pizza and claim to the Statue of Liberty, but on November 10th these states will face-off for a different kind of challenge – fighting hunger in their local communities. In honor of ShopRite Partners In Caring Annual Turkey Donation, representatives from New York and New Jersey have been challenged to a friendly competition as they participate in the first ever ShopRite Partners In Caring Turkey Bowl Invitational.
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Bergen Community College Names Intercultural Center After its Third President


Dr. G. Jeremiah Ryan and President Dr. Jose Lopez-Isa
Dr. José López-Isa Championed Educational Opportunities for International Students

More than 5,000 Bergen Community College students claim citizenship in countries other than the United States, making cultural diversity a hallmark of the College. On October 21, the College celebrated the architect of its international identity, its third president, Dr. José López-Isa, by renaming its Center for the Study of Intercultural Understanding in his honor. The renaming ceremony highlighted the College’s annual Latino Heritage Awards dinner.
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Tejase Yoga Classes Offered To John Theurer Cancer Center Patients

The John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) in conjunction with Tejase Yoga of Ridgewood, NJ, is proud to once again offer a six-week, hour-long yoga class designed specifically for cancer patients. These gentle, beginner classes will focus on breathing techniques, guided relaxation, meditation to calm and focus the mind, and postures to facilitate flexibility and balance.
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Bergen Community College Men’s Basketball Team Earns Preseason Honors


Elgin Brown
Team Ranked No. 2 in Nation; Forward Elgin Brown Named No. 1 Sophomore in N.J.

The Bergen Community College Men’s Basketball Team was ranked second in the nation in the Division III pre-season poll by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). Three hundred schools compete in NJCAA Division III basketball. In addition, Bergen’s top player and last season’s Region XIX MVP, Elgin Brown (of Jersey City), has received preseason honorable mention All-America honors from the NJCAA, and was recently named the best junior college sophomore in the state by NJ Hoops – a recruiting publication. Brown, a forward, averaged a “double-double” last season, scoring 15 points and pulling down 12.8 rebounds per game.
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Patty Duke and Dr. David Kessler Team with Social Security in Flu Prevention Public Service Campaign

Michael J. Astrue, Commissioner of Social Security, today announced that Academy Award winner Patty Duke and David Kessler, M.D., former head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, have teamed with Social Security to launch a flu prevention public service campaign. Ms. Duke and Dr. Kessler are featured in a new public service announcement letting people know some simple steps they can take to prevent the spread of the flu, as well as the fact that most business with Social Security can be done online by visiting www.socialsecurity.gov.
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month at Suzanne Breast Care Boutique in Englewood, NJ


Rosalyn Stahl, Arline Schwechter, and Merle McIntosh
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Arline Schwechter, owner of the Suzanne Breast Care Boutique, held a series of seminars, consultations and fitting in light of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. On Wednesday October 28, dozens of women affected by breast cancer, including survivors and their family and friends, came out to the boutique to participate and listen in on discussions about highly pertinent breast care issues.
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Sterling Properties Announces That Construction is Underway on Building 8 at Viera at Hanover Township


Viera at Hanover Township
— New Building Is Last to Offer Walkout Basements —

Sterling Properties has announced that construction is now underway on Building 8 at Viera at Hanover Township, its exclusive community of 40 townhomes for active adults. Containing four stunning residences in an extremely private location, Building 8 is the last at Viera to provide homes that feature walkout basements.
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Help for the Homeless

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


Social Security administers several programs that pay benefits to qualified individuals, including those who are homeless. These programs include retirement, disability and survivors insurance, as well as Supplemental Security Income (SSI), which is a needs-based program for people who are blind, disabled or age 65 or older. If you know someone who is homeless, and you want to learn more about how Social Security might help, a place to get information is at www.socialsecurity.gov/homelessness.
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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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