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Wednesday, December 13 2017 @ 05:48 PM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Wednesday, December 13 2017 @ 05:48 PM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Diabetes Education Meeting In Paramus

The Paramus Board of Health, in conjunction with the Diabetes Foundation, is sponsoring a public education meeting entitled “Diabetes, Obesity and Cancer: Is There a Connection?” on Wednesday, March 2, 2011 at 7:00 pm at the Life Safety Building on Carlough Drive. Our guest speaker is Joseph Giangola, MD., Department of Internal Medicine, Chief Diabetic Section, Hackensack University Medical Center.

For further information and directions, please contact the Paramus Board of Health’s Public Health Nurses at 201-265-2100, Ext. 615 or 618, or the Diabetes Foundation at 201-444-0337. Light refreshments will be served.

K Of C Hosting St. Patrick’s Dinner Dance

The Knights of Columbus of Washington Township, Mother Seton Council #5427, is hosting a St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance on Saturday, March 12, from 7 to 11 p.m. at its hall located at 79 Pascack Road. Dinner is the traditional corned beef and cabbage with all the trimmings, including dessert and coffee, and there will be an open bar for the entire evening.

The McLaughlin Irish Dancers are on the program and will perform after dinner. They are wonderful young Irish-American dancers who aspire to compete in Ireland next summer. Not only are we entertained by this fine talent, we support their dancing careers. Dan Boyce, a fine young bagpiper who entertained us last year, will be back again. Sound Illusions is providing music with a distinctive Irish flavor mixed with a lively variety of other dance tunes. Some sing-a-long tunes are also on the agenda.

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"Shaggy” Auto Accessories Bring A Uniquely Decorative Look & Feel To The Market

Shaggy Seats


A company long known for having some of the most innovative car accessories on the market is launching a new line of creative, automotive products that are driving up retail sales in stores nationally. Bell Automotive has designed a unique line of “shaggy” seat covers and steering wheel covers made of microfiber never before used on seat covers or steering wheel covers. Of course, decorative auto accessories like fuzzy dice or funky steering wheels are nothing new, but this new microfiber shag material from Bell has a unique, tactile feel that creates a whole new driving experience for motorists.

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Mental Health Facilities, Environmentally Friendly Buildings, Privatization & Veteran Support Top Thursday Assembly Agendas

Testimony on the future of mental health facilities in New Jersey and stricter oversight of privatization contracts and legislation to promote environmentally friendly building construction and create a veteran-to-veteran support program top Thursday’s Assembly committee agendas.

The hearings are slated to begin at 10 a.m. They will be streamed live at http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/media/live_audio.asp.

Highlights include:
• The Assembly Human Services Committee will meet at 1 p.m. to hear testimony on the Mental Health Facilities Evaluation Task Force’s recommendations. It will also consider legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle (D-Bergen) to permit the Legislature to void closings of state psychiatric hospitals or developmental centers.

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Continued Sluggish Economy Has Charities On The Ropes

Fundraising Expert Gail Perry has Four Strategies to Help Them Weather The Economic Storm

Whether you’re trying to raise funds with a small PTA bake sale or a major college scholarship, it’s tougher and tougher to get potential donors to part with their dollars.

How can charities compete in these rough economic waters? Gail Perry, a nationally recognized fundraising expert and author of “Fired Up Fundraising” says that if you want to be on donors’ short list of favorite charities, be sure you give them what they are looking for today.

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bergenPAC Launches beyondEDUCATION Premier Arts Education Classes

Choral Ensamble Singers
Enrollment Open Now for beyondDANCE, beyondTHEATER, beyondRECORDING and beyondSTAGE

Dance under the same lights shared by Alvin Ailey and Ne Yo - Record with the same microphone as Tony Bennett and Sting- Perform in the same theater as Steve Martin and Lewis Black. Now your child can share the same stage as all these artists while gaining world class instruction and a deeper appreciation of arts and culture.

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Bloomfield, Nj Student Wins Statewide Library Contest

Mckenna Pope Inspires Harlem Globetrotters To Visit Brookdale School And Hackensack Medical Center On February 9
The New Jersey State Library has named McKenna Pope, an elementary school student from Bloomfield, NJ, the winner of a statewide essay contest that focused on the topic of goodwill. As the winner, McKenna’s school will receive a visit from the original “Ambassadors of Goodwill” – Harlem Globetrotters Buckets Blakes and Scooter Christensen – on Wednesday, February 9 at 1 p.m.

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The Artist Series Wine Event Returns to The Capital Grille

Exclusive, Limited-Production Wine Offered: Sales to Benefit National Charity

The Capital Grille - nationally renowned fine-dining restaurant known for its dry aged, hand-carved steaks, fresh seafood and award-winning wine list - is proud to announce the return of their annual Artist Series Wine Event: a unique celebration of the worlds of fine art and winemaking, featuring an exclusive, limited allocation wine adorned with an original piece of artwork as its label.

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Investment Sales Transactions Rise 122 % Nationally Per Jones Lang LaSalle’s Fourth Quarter 2010 Capital Markets Overview

Investment Sales transactions up 50 percent globally

- Higher transaction velocity and slow de-leveraging mark the ebbs and flows of the capital markets in the last quarter of 2010, according to Jones Lang LaSalle’s Fourth Quarter Market Overview released today. Cap rates, which have compressed considerably from mid-2009 are now stabilizing, while the CMBS market is showing new signs of life into 2011. Jones Lang LaSalle’s report highlights investment sales and financings in New York City, across the United States and globally, and is compiled quarterly by the firm’s New York Capital Markets Group, led by Vice Chairmen Richard Baxter, Jonathan Caplan, Yoron Cohen and Scott Latham.

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The Latest Weapon in Islam’s Legal War Against the First Amendment: “LawFare”

By John Stemberger, www.StembergerDefense.com

The latest weapon of mass destruction sought out by Islamic extremists isn’t a dirty bomb—it’s a lawsuit. This silent weapon of war represents a increasing trend of lawsuits and other legal actions filed by radical groups is designed to punish, silence and chill any legitimate public criticism of Islam and its more radical elements.

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Denholtz Associates Expands Its Tenant Services With The Addition Of Christina Jordan In New Jersey

Denholtz Associates, a New Jersey-based real estate development company, is pleased to announce that it has expanded its tenant services division with the addition of Christina Jordan as head of tenant relations in its Matawan, New Jersey office. In this recently created position, Jordan will be responsible for assisting all of Denholtz's New Jersey-based tenants with achieving a seamless transition from lease signing to move in.

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Barnes & Noble March 2011 Events

Date: Wed. March 2nd & 16th at 7:00 pm
Event: Join us with your knitting, crocheting or other handwork for our “Knit-In.”
Date: Wed. March 9th & 23rd at 7:00 pm
Event: “NOOK Nights” - get to know your NOOKColor, Barnes & Noble’s e-reader. Sign up with a bookseller. 201-445-4589.
Date: Thursday March 10th at 7:30 pm
Event: Dr. Felicia Stoler, a registered dietitian and nutrition and exercise physiologist, joins us to discuss and sign copies of Living Skinny in Fat Genes: The Healthy Way to Lose Weight and Feel Great. Celebrate National Nutrition Month with us!

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Congressman Rothman: Support for Public Broadcasting is Critical

Steve Rothman
Congressman Steve Rothman (D-NJ) has been a proud member of the Congressional Public Broadcasting Caucus and plans on continuing to be part of this caucus in the 112th Congress. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) is a private, non-profit corporation that supports public television and radio stations, such as the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and National Public Radio (NPR), which are owned by local community organizations, universities, and state and municipal authorities.

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Senator Frank Lautenberg celebrated Black History Month at Crossroads Theater

Gary Spivak and Senator Frank Lautenberg
Senator Frank Lautenberg celebrated Black History Month at Crossroads Theater by honoring young black artists. I donated a few cases of Vodgria to the theater.  Paramus resident, Gary Spivak, of Sin Spirtis donated several bottles of Vodgria to the One Gallery in Newark where Senator Frank Lautenberg celebrated Black History Monthy by honoring young black artists. The event also paid tribute to Marashall Jones III and The Crossroads Theatre Company, which is the only African American theater company in NJ.

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Feb. 23 & 24: Heritage Pointe of Teaneck to Host Elderlaw and Health Care Reform Seminars

Free Educational Programs Open to Health Professionals and General Public

Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, a full-service rental retirement community, will host two health-related educational seminars during February. “Elderlaw,” a program for health professionals, will be held on Wed., Feb. 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and “Health Care Reform,” which is open to the general public, will be held on Thurs., Feb. 24 at 1 p.m. Reservations for both programs are requested.

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Enhance Career Opportunities through Bergen Community College’s Continuing Education

Learn about the real estate market, the basic principles of fashion design or how to create a Website through courses offered through Bergen Community College’s Division of Continuing Education. The College has partnered with Fort Lee Public Schools to bring continuing education courses to adults in the convenience of their own community. The courses will be held at Fort Lee High School, 3000 Lemoine Avenue in Fort Lee.
The College is offering the Entrepreneur Certificate Program, which is comprised of seven courses designed to help prospective entrepreneurs and current small business owners develop and execute a business plan for a profitable enterprise. To receive a certificate, students must complete all seven courses. Classes also can be taken individually, on a non-certificate basis.

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Hug Or Handshake?

The Creative Group Survey Shows Most Executives Don’t Embrace Business Hugs

Have you hugged a coworker today? According to a recent survey by The Creative Group, three in 10 advertising and marketing executives said hugging colleagues is at least somewhat common in the United States, and nearly one-quarter (24 percent) said it’s not out of the ordinary to greet clients that way. But many frown upon the practice: seven in 10 executives interviewed said embracing coworkers in a business setting is inappropriate; 76 percent said they rarely, if ever, hug clients or business contacts.

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CB Richard Ellis Announces That Joseph Sarno and Jeremy Neuer Have Joined The fFrm

CB Richard Ellis, New Jersey's largest commercial real estate brokerage firm, is pleased to announce today that Joseph Sarno and Jeremy Neuer, two of the industry's top-performing commercial real estate professionals, have joined the firm. Sarno has been named Executive Vice President, and Neuer will serve as Senior Vice President, both working out of CBRE's East Brunswick, N.J. office. The team will focus on providing commercial transaction services to corporate space users globally, as well as landlord advisory services locally for many of Central New Jersey's top office buildings.

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Hopes Will Soar With This Shuttle Flight

Connie Schultz
When NASA's shuttle Endeavour launches into space April 19, Mark Kelly plans to be at the helm. The Navy captain has trained to lead this mission for a year and a half. He is a three-time veteran of shuttle flights. His twin brother, Scott Kelly, currently is orbiting the Earth as the International Space Station's commander. Still, what really stands out about Mark Kelly's mission is this: He will soar into space barely three months after his wife, U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, was severely wounded in an assassination attempt that left six dead and 12 others wounded in Tucson, Ariz.

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