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Chrysoula Lile, An Upcoming Young Painter, Does A Mural At St. Athanasios Church

Chrysoula Lile Viewing Chrysoula Lile’s works of art at the St. James the Theologian Greek Festival, one could see the talent this promising painter portrayed. She informed www.ParamusPost.com that she would be painting a mural at St. Athanasios Greek Orthodox Church on Paramus Road in Paramus as her next effort. The stage in the multipurpose room where their Greek Festival is held had a bare and ugly blank wall. Lile changed that by painting a beautiful mural of Greece.
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Polio Plus, Bill Gates & The Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club

Sunrise Meeting 06-29-10 Jim Cole, MD, our District’s Polio Plus Chair, fellow Rotarian and incoming District 7490 Chief of Staff gave an enlightening chat about the history of polio and the efforts to overcome it. He mentioned that Bill Gates, he of Microsoft fame, had pledged two hundred million dollars for Rotary to help eradicate polio IF Rotary could match his donation. Rotary International accepted the challenge and has been diligently striving to attain that goal. Somewhere along the line, Bill Gates upped his offer to three hundred and fifty million dollars
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NAI Hanson Completes 1,551-SF Office Lease Agreement in Hackensack, N.J.

- Landlord goes from small to large in the heart of Hackensack -

NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, is pleased to announce the completion of a 1,551-square-foot office lease agreement at 25 E. Salem Street in Hackensack, N.J. NAI Hanson Vice President Steven Leitner, CCIM and Executive Director of Corporate Services, Michael Walters represented the landlord, East Salem 2001, LLC, while Vice President Anthony Cassano represented the tenant ,Bsafe Information Systems Ltd., in this transaction.
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American Properties Realty Offers Post-Tax Credit Incentives at Heritage Single Family Classics in Chesterfield, N.J.

For a Limited Time, Nine-Foot Basement Ceiling Upgrade Included in the Low $400,000s Four-Bedroom Homes

American Properties Realty, a New Jersey-based full service real estate company, is proud to announce that it will be offering free nine-foot basement ceiling upgrades at Heritage Single Family Classics, a single-family community in the Burlington County Township of Chesterfield, N.J., to buyers who purchase a home before July 15. "We decided to include free nine-foot basement ceiling upgrades to entice homebuyers at Heritage Single Family Classics to fill the void left by the recent expiration of the federal first-time homebuyer tax credit," said Paul Csik, senior vice president for sales and marketing at Iselin, N.J.-based American. "And it's worked."
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Original Members of YES! Emerson Lake & Palmer, King Crimson & The Buggles Make Up Band Asia

See Asia Live at bergenPAC - Tuesday August 10, 2010 - 8:00pm $75, $55, $45, $35, $29

The original line-up of Geoff Downes, Steve Howe, Carl Palmer, and John Wetton has reunited. ASIA emerged from classic rock groups Yes, Emerson Lake & Palmer, King Crimson, and The Buggles. Hear mega-hits like “Heat Of The Moment,” “Only Time Will Tell,” “Sole Survivor,” and “Don’t Cry.” Audiences can also expect to hear selections from their individual careers such as “Roundabout,” (Yes); “Video Killed The Radio Star,” (The Buggles); “Fanfare For The Common Man” (Emerson Lake & Palmer); and more!
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Easy Commute and Unparalleled Luxury At Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City Are Hits With Buyers

When Nitin Kumar was searching in Manhattan and Jersey City, N.J., for a new condominium for himself, his wife and their infant daughter, he had one major requirement: he wanted the commute to be what he termed "a non-issue." Kumar, 33, found that -- and much more -- at Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City where the walk to the PATH Exchange Place station is two to three minutes and the ride to the World Trade Center stop is all of 45 seconds. Even the commute to Midtown, where his wife, Lakshmi, 30, works, is easier than from downtown Manhattan: a five-minute walk to the PATH Grove Street Station and a 15-minute ride to 33rd Street.
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Join Englewood Mayor Frank Huttle III and The City Council at The Annual 2010 City of Englewood Fireworks Show

Thursday July 1st 7:30pm

Celebrating Independence Day and the Spirit of One Englewood - Performance by Englewood Idol Winners Angelique Byers and Raishada Johnson!

Event: FREE!
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CANCOlofts' Lifestyle and Amenities Holds Appeal For Buyers Of All Generations

Limited Inventory Remaining at Chic Jersey City Condominium

Effie Speigler thinks of himself as a man who acts from the gut, while his mother describes him as a man who likes to plan things out. Which is not to say that these two approaches are contradictory --- at least when it comes to living accommodations. Speigler, 36, always knew he wanted the light, space and feel that come with loft living. So when he encountered CANCOlofts condominiums in Jersey City, N.J., he knew it was where he wanted to live, especially given the fact that his recent marriage to Machell Espejo-Speigler, 33, meant the couple would need more room.

"Once we found CANCO, we didn't need to look anywhere else," he said.
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Jasey, Voss & Moriarity Bill To Create Public School Choice Program Gets Final Legislation OK

Education Reform Would Enact Permanent Program to Allow Children to Move To Different Districts

Education reform legislation Assemblywomen Mila Jasey and Joan Voss and Assemblyman Paul Moriarty sponsored to create a permanent public school choice program to allow parents to move their children to schools located across district lines continued received final legislative approval Tuesday morning by the Assembly, 78-0.
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Oliver & Cryan Assign Property Tax Reform Ideas To Assembly Democrats For Summer Review

Assembly Speaker Sheila Y. Oliver and Assembly Majority Leader Joseph Cryan on Monday announced they've assigned nearly three dozen property tax reform ideas to 12 Assembly Democrats who will review the concepts over the summer in preparation for legislative action in the fall.

The Assembly Democrats were asked by Oliver and Cryan to analyze each property tax reform concept and convene public hearings, at their discretion, to gather input from residents and experts. Of the 12 Democrats, 11 are committee chairpersons.
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Prestigious Honors for Englewood Hospital’s Pathology Department

Dr. Miguel Sanchez, Dr. Mikhail Tismenetsky and Technologist Al Valentino earn national recognition from College of American Pathologists

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (englewoodhospital.com) is proud to announce that Miguel Sanchez, MD, Chief of Pathology and Director of Laboratories, and Mikhail Tismenetsky, MD, Pathologist, are among four physicians nationwide to receive the Excellence in Education Award from the College of American Pathologists (CAP). The CAP Education Award recognizes outstanding contributions in the development of Continuing Medical Education and Continuing Education activities in support of CAP education.
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Safeguard your family to help ensure a fun and healthy summer season

Referred to as “trauma season” in many hospital emergency departments, summer presents a host of potential dangers for both children and adults. By taking a few simple precautions, common summer injuries can be avoided. The following are tips offered by the healthcare experts at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (englewoodhospital.com):
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World-class tennis…for a world-changing cause: the 5th annual Kennedy Funding Invitational to fight breast cancer

Begun as a tribute to a family friend who lost her battle against breast cancer, the Kennedy Funding Invitational has grown exponentially. In just its first four years, the charity tennis tournament has raised more than $3 million to fight the disease, with proceeds benefiting The Leslie Simon Breast Care and Cytodiagnosis Center at Englewood Hospital and The Breast Center at Nyack Hospital.

The Invitational is back with a vengeance this year, scheduled for July 7-11 at Dellwood Country Club in New City, NY.
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Real Estate & Corporate Communities Attend Open House at SJP Properties' Somerset Corporate Center in Bridgewater, N.J.

SJP Properties, one of the New York metropolitan area's most active development companies, opened the doors of Somerset Corporate Center in Bridgewater on May 26 for an open house event that attracted several hundred members of New Jersey's real estate brokerage and corporate communities.
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Low Tech Ways to Keep Cool

According to NASA, 2010 is the hottest year on record so far. Summer temperatures are starting to soar, and many of us are looking for ways to keep cool without turning on the air conditioner. Here are a few low-cost and low-carbon ways to stay cool gleaned from around the world:

South America: Dampen a sheet, and hang it in the window like Mexico City tenement dwellers. The water evaporates in the breeze, cooling the room in the process. Another method is to place frozen 2-liter bottles of water in front of a fan for instant a/c.
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State Fair Meadowlands Announces Family Value Deals, Bargain Days To Help NJ and NY Keep Fun Close To Home

East Rutherford, NJ – June 15, 2010 – With the New Jersey/New York economy still in the doldrums, State Fair Meadowlands today announced that it is offering special Family Value Deals, bargains and promotions to help local residents keep fun close to home this summer. The fair, to be held for 19 days from June 17 through July 5 at the Meadowlands Fairgrounds, will feature spectacular FREE entertainment with entry ticket, 50 food vendors and over 150 rides and attractions for all ages.
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Refreshing Summer Fruits Offer Important Health Benefits

Summer offers a perfect opportunity to enjoy a bounty of delicious, fresh fruits. Like other plant foods, fruits are packed with vitamins, minerals, enzymes and antioxidant compounds known as phytochemicals.

These health-promoting agents help protect plants from environmental hazards, including insects, fungi and ultraviolet radiation from the sun. Although the human body isn't capable of producing many of the natural compounds found in plants, we can enjoy their protective benefits by consuming a variety of fruits, vegetables, legumes and grains.
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About 1.3 percent fewer Americans are expected to fly this summer than last summer, according to the Air Transport Association. Which may be good news for the environment, since a single transatlantic flight for a family of four creates more carbon emissions than that family will generate domestically for an entire year.
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Oscar & Wendy Bond Named Finalists for North American Hairstyling Awards 2010

Oscar & Wendy Bond
Fifth NAHA Nomination

Bloomfield, NJ (June 22, 2010)—The Bond Academy-L’ANZA Institute announces that Oscar and Wendy Bond, academy beauty educators, co-founders of Manhattan’s acclaimed Oscar Bond Salon, and internationally renowned husband-and-wife style and color team, have been nominated as finalists in the Master Hairstylist category for the North American Hairstyling Awards 2010. This is the fifth NAHA nomination for Oscar and Wendy Bond.
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Mayor and Council Meeting June 22, 2010

Meeting 06-22-10 Cinderella was safe as the Mayor and Council meeting ended slightly before 11:30 PM. Taking up much of the time was what might be called a ‘turf war’. Many residents and members of the Board of Education got up to speak before the Mayor and Council on the Agenda item concerning passage of an ordinance on final concerning the appropriation of monies to cover the high school football field with artificial turf as opposed to natural grass. Mayor Tedesco’s lenient policy on not observing the 5 minute approved time limit and allowing everyone to speak their opinion was a factor.

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