In a matter of days, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is expected to announce its decision on whether to approve the addition of up to 50% more ethanol in the nation’s gasoline supply, from the current 10% (E10) concentration to a potential 15% (E15). The nation’s largest boat owners group, Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS), is urging recreational boaters to speak out now and tell President Obama that scientific testing on E15 must precede EPA’s decision and not come at a later date.
Peter Noone (Herman Hermits)“I’M Henry The Eighth I am” and “Mrs. Brown, You Got a Lovely Daughter”,
Felix Cavaliere “Good Lovin’” “I’ve Been Lonely Too Long”, and
The Happenings “See You In September” “Go Away Little Girl”
Saturday October 30– 8:00 PM
$95, $85, $65, $49, $39
On behalf of the patients, staff, and dedicated volunteers of the Golf Committee of the Holy Name’s MS Center, thank you so much for your support of the 13th Annual MS Center Golf & Tennis Invitational held on Monday, September 13, 2010 at Knickerbocker Country Club in Tenafly, NJ. The success of our annual outing is a direct measure of your commitment and generosity. Through your support, this year’s MS Center Golf & Tennis Invitational raised nearly $110,000. These funds go directly to patient care and research at Holy Name’s MS Center.
Across US, $68 million in grants to support community living for seniors and individuals with disabilities. HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius today announced $68 million in grants to help seniors, individuals with disabilities, and caregivers better understand and navigate their health and long-term care options. A total of $719,190 in grants has been awarded in New Jersey.
Extreme Buyer Activity Leaves Limited Opportunities at Luxury Active-Adult Community
The Pinnacle Companies, the region’s premier developer of luxury homes, has announced a major milestone at Winthrop Court, a luxury condominium community for active adults in Clifton, N.J. The Pinnacle Companies, which partners with KABR Real Estate to own 39 of the community’s well-appointed residences, began sales just three months ago. In that short period of time, 50 percent of the homes have been sold.
Author Andi Green to Treat Local Families to a Live Reading
W Hoboken announced today it will be hosting a celebration for Andi Green's newest book in her popular WorryWoo Monsters series, “The Monster Who Couldn't Decide,” on Saturday October 2, 2010. W Hoboken welcomes back the acclaimed children’s book author and New Jersey native for the second time after a successful celebration for her launch of last year’s installment in the popular WorryWoo Monster series, “The Monster in The Bubble.”
20th Anniversary Celebration Special Offer: 20% off on $55, $45 Tickets Only on October 12, 13 & 14
The NJ Association of Verismo Opera’s (Verismo Opera) 20th anniversary year continues with Giuseppe Verdi’s opera, “Rigoletto”, on Sunday, October 24 at 3 p.m. at the BergenPAC, 30 North Van Brunt St. in Englewood, New Jersey. Tickets are $55, $45, $35, and $25. Verismo Opera, a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization based in Fort Lee, is the only professional opera company in Bergen County, New Jersey.
The Bells is a story that covers the past, the present and the future mainly by reference. Musically based, it is the story of a little boy born to a deaf mother who never spoke a word to him. His mother was the person who rang the loud church bells from the belfry by hitting them with a mallet. The townspeople had difficulty with the sounds and covered their ears whenever the pealing sounded. One might say they thought she was bats in the belfry!
The Rotary Club of Teaneck held it first, in what is hoped to be many more evening meetings, this past Wednesday, September 22nd at 5:30pm at Vitale’s. The hope was to make it easier for those that are interested to come, visit, learn more about what the Rotary Club of Teaneck has been doing in Teaneck since 1929 and perhaps even to join. The evening meeting is an effort to making Teaneck Rotary more accessible for those that have difficulty in attending the noon-time meetings.
Gail Rulli of Oakland, N.J. and Stephanie Soyka of Wyckoff, N.J. Will Receive First and Second Place Prizes
R&S Landscaping’s recent Summer Butterfly Photo Contest was a huge success, with nature lovers from across New Jersey and the region submitting spectacular photos of the amazing creatures. The contest, which encouraged kids and adults to watch for butterflies in their gardens and during their summer travels, concluded on Sept. 15.
Assemblywoman Connie Wagner on Friday announced she plans to introduce legislation to prohibit a type of natural gas drilling that can endanger drinking water by blasting water diluted chemicals into shale rock, breaking it apart to free natural gas. Wagner said she intends to introduce a bill on Thursday to prohibit in New Jersey the drilling known as hydraulic fracturing, or fracking .
“Everyone agrees we have to work to find alternative energy sources and reduce our reliance on foreign oil, but I don’t see how anyone can support pumping chemical-laced water into the ground,” said Wagner (D-Bergen).
Enjoy the fifth annual Teaneck International Film Festival, Friday night, Saturday, and Sunday, November 19-21, at Cedar Lane Cinemas (503 Cedar Lane); the Puffin Foundation (20 Puffin Way); Jewish Center of Teaneck (70 Sterling Place); Davis, Saperstein & Salomon (375 Cedar Lane); and Thomas Jefferson Middle School (Fycke Lane and Teaneck Road).
Over 1,000 fish caught and released, $8500 raised for fisheries, and 10,000 pieces of trash removed from lakes and streams. Anglers from eight states and Canada completed their 24 hour fishing mission on September 10 & 11 in the Recycled Fish 24 Hour Fish-A-Thon presented by BoatUS Angler. In addition to raising awareness for the problems facing our waters and raising money to help solve those problems through angler education, teams were competing for prizes.
Emergency Short-Term Stay Program Provides Peace of Mind and Safety
Come rain, come snow, come hail or sleet, The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living now offers emergency respite care services for older adults whose homes are threatened or damaged by severe weather, such as the latest tropical storms and tornadoes as well as last winter’s record-breaking snowstorms. The urgent care service also is ideal for primary caregivers called out of town unexpectedly or those requiring temporary, short-term care for their elderly loved one.
How To Put a Boat Away for the Winter and Protect the Environment
Boat Owners Association of The United States has these five tips to help boaters be good stewards of the environment while they put their boats to bed for winter’s long lay-up period:
Shrinkwrap recycling starts in the fall: While many boaters know that shrinkwrap is recycled in the spring, installing shrinkwrap in the fall also generates waste material. Ask your marina or club to set up a recycling program now to recycle the scrap leftover from covering boats.
Contest and Show to be held on Oct. 17 at State Fair Halloween Store in Belleville
How scary is your iguana? How cute is your kitty? State Fair Halloween Superstore, the world’s largest Halloween store for costumes, accessories and decorations, is holding its First Annual Pet Costume Contest and Fashion Show on Sunday, Oct. 17 at 2 pm, in the grounds of the store at 229 Main Street, Belleville. The event is in support of Neighbor to Neighbor Network/The John A. Bukowski Shelter for Animals in Bloomfield, NJ.
The Center for Hispanic Leadership (CHL) announced at its Inaugural Hispanic Leadership Summit on Saturday, September 18, that it will support a ten city Hispanic Leadership Tour in 2011. The tour’s mission is to create greater awareness of education toward building a global workplace that will give Hispanic professionals new purpose, put a premium on innovation and maintain ethical leadership on driving performance.
Park Will Be Built For Use By Residents And Community
CANCOlofts, an industrial-to-residential condominium loft building in Jersey City, celebrated the groundbreaking on Sept. 10 for CANCOpark, a public park that is being constructed across the street from CANCOlofts, at 50 Dey Street. CANCOpark, which will offer 15,000 square feet of green space, landscaping, seating and a walking path, is expected to be complete by the end of October. The park will be open for the enjoyment of CANCOlofts residents as well as residents of the neighborhood, contributing to the already appealing lifestyle of the unique property, formerly the American Can Co.