Residents at The Atrium, the supportive independent living senior residence at The Allendale Community for Mature Living, donned colorful leis and grass skirts to mark the beginning of summer at a recent Hula Bingo Party. The festivities included authentic fare such as piña coladas, pineapple sunrises and pineapple upside down cake, and attendees received prizes for best costume. Resident Lucille Lia, center, did the Hula dance to win a prize.
Jeffrey Dunne, Kevin Welsh and Christopher Leonard of CB Richard Ellis' New York Institutional Group teamed with Bill Moylan of the CBRE Boston office to represent the seller in the $23 million sale of the leasehold interest in 100 Route 206 North in Peapack, New Jersey. The seller was Hamilton Associates Limited Partnership and the purchaser was Pharmacia & Upjohn Company LLC, an entity controlled by Pfizer, Inc.
July 16: Heritage Pointe Of Teaneck Invites Public To Free Seminar On Disability AwarenessSheryl Heffernan, RN Continues Health & Wellness Series with Discussion on “People-First Language”
Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, a full-service rental retirement community, will host the second seminar in a series of free monthly presentations by Sheryl Heffernan, RN, on Friday, July 16 at 11:30 a.m. The seminar, which is open to the public, is entitled “People-First Language and Disability Awareness.” Reservations are requested and can be made by calling Heritage Pointe at (201) 836-9260.
Thursday August 19, 2010- 8:00 PM
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Dennis Miller is an American entertainer, stand-up comedian, political and social commentator and television personality. Miller, an Emmy award-winning comedian and actor, didn't get his start in comedy until after his graduation from Pittsburgh's Point Park College. It was in 1984, while doing standup at a Los Angeles comedy club, that he was discovered by Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels.
Notes NJ’s Overreliance on Property Taxes Remains a Problem
Assemblywoman Connie Wagner on Wednesday released the following statement on the plan to cap annual property taxes at 2 percent:
“This is a strong leap forward for New Jersey residents who for too long have carried the heavy burden of property taxes. Taxpayers throughout New Jersey now have reason to hope that this tax without a conscience will be controlled.
Nature Buff Bill Rini Leads Weekly Walks and Talks Along Teaneck Creek Conservancy Trails
The Teaneck Trailblazers of Heritage Pointe, a walking club formed by residents of the full-service rental retirement community, recently kicked off with an event that brought walkers from the surrounding area to the Teaneck Creek Conservancy. The 46 acres of woodlands, which borders Heritage Pointe, have been the exercise destination for community residents who frequently take brisk daily walks. The group, now led by Heritage Pointe resident and trail guide Bill Rini, has expanded to include retirees from local towns. The Teaneck Trailblazers meet every Monday and Wednesday at 10 a.m. to hike the trails and socialize.
Spring Bling-Think Pink Scores One for Englewood Hospital
Thanks to Joanne and Ronald Rollieson of Englewood Cliffs and a bevy of supporters including more than 150 guests, volunteers and area businesses, $5,000 was raised at the fourth annual Spring Bling-Think Pink for The Leslie Simon Breast Care and Cytodiagnosis Center at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center
With 10 Homes Already Sold in Coveted First Building, Community's Best Views Are Being Snatched Up Quickly
When PulteGroup announced that it would begin building condominiums at The Retreat at Carmel, its popular active adult community in Putnam County, N.Y., the excitement was great among 55-and-better prospective buyers.That excitement has translated into high sales velocity, as 10 condominiums have already been sold in the community's first building, which boasts The Retreat's finest views of the area's beautiful mountain surroundings. On July 1, The Retreat's first condominium building came to life, as residents began moving into their incredible new residences.
When summer heats up, it's time to pare down our wardrobes to the bare essentials. Simple is best when it comes to beating the heat in style. Whether you're cruising around the Greek isles or answering the phones in a high-rise office, it's time to lose the fanny packs, the white tennis shoes and the concert T-shirts.
Instead, opt for these versatile summer basics that can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion:
Summit will Convene Hispanic Thought Leaders and C-Suite Representatives to Discuss the Impact and Influence of
Hispanic-Americans’ Presence in the Nation’s Professional Landscape
The Center for Hispanic Leadership (CHL), in concert with national Hispanic thought leaders representing some of the nation’s top Fortune 500 companies, will host its First Annual Leadership Summit on September 18, 2010 in Los Angeles. The Summit, themed “Embracing Innovation through Diversity,” is designed to explore the role of Hispanic professionals and diversity at large, as well as its impact and influence on propelling innovation in the workplace.
Temporary work remains a bright spot in the current job market, but many people may think that project assignments aren’t available in their industry or at their experience level. To help job seekers separate fact from fiction, temporary financial staffing firm Accountemps identified five myths commonly associated with temporary work and the realities behind them.
VIGNETTE SHADES FROM HUNTER DOUGLAS WIN PRESTIGIOUS IDEA AWARD
UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., July 6, 2010 – The results are in, and it is now official that the leading window coverings company in North America has yet another feather in its cap. Vignette® Modern Roman Shades in the Tiered™ design option with the LiteRise® cordless lifting system from Hunter Douglas won a Silver in the 2010 International Design Excellence Awards (IDEA).
Despite record breaking heat, Kenny Vance and the Plantones drew a crowd bordering on 900 people. The Berkeley College sponsored Terrific Tuesdays started off with a salute to the flag and a song by Alexa Calandrillo. Alexa started introducing the Bandshell concerts years ago as a chubby little girl with a beautiful voice, Today, this svelte sixteen year old is now going to Paramus High School. Tony Bucco introduced Alexa and then had Rich Labarbiera, Council Liaison welcome the group. Mayor Tedesco is on a trip to Florida for family business. Teri Duda and Pat Verile presented a Ten Thousand Dollar check from Berkeley College as the main sponsor of the concert series.
Pamela DePompo, Executive Director of Healing the Children ®, New Jersey, Inc. chatted with members of the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club on a Tuesday morning. A member of a local Rotary Club herself, she was able to fit in with the patois of the easygoing Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Rotarians. Of course she explained the good that her organization does.
Nine o’clock signified the start of the 4th of July Parade from Century Road north on Farview Avenue and right on Midland Avenue to the Memorial School reviewing stand. In celebration of the one hundred years of Boy Scouts, the Scout movement in Paramus was recognized as the Grand Marshal. Many politicos, elected officials and hopefuls were in the procession. Despite recent knee surgery, Mayor Tedesco was seen walking up the road and greeting the Paramus residents. The end of the lengthy parade passed Heights Road at 10:35.
Cooling our homes in the summer can account for 45 percent of our home energy use, yet it could be reduced to 10 percent or less with a few thoughtful changes. Incorporating natural ventilation into your home will help you slash your energy use and carbon emissions drastically.
Become aware of the seasonal wind patterns and the airflow around your home. Most areas have gentle breezes in the summer that can be directed into your house through landscaping and opening certain windows.
SECRETARY FISHER: SEAFOOD CHEF TO HIGHLIGHT BEST OF JERSEY DISH AT NATIONAL SEAFOOD COMPETITION
New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher taste-tested a Jersey scallop, lobster and black bass dish prepared by chef Peter J. Fischbach at the Hospitality House at the New Jersey Restaurant Association’s (NJRA) Trenton office.
An abbreviated police softball team battled the firemen at the Paramus Sportsplex. A last inning 4 run rally did not save the men in blue from being defeated by a score of thirteen to eight. The firemen celebrated by offering a BBQ at Firehouse # 1 after the game. While the teams were in the last innings, fireworks erupted from nearby towns giving the sports fans majestic views of fireworks being propelled into the air. Paramus did have fireworks for the fourth, even though their neighbors staged them.
Summit will Convene Hispanic Thought Leaders and C-Suite Representatives to Discuss the Impact and Influence of Hispanic-Americans’ Presence in the Nation’s Professional Landscape
The Center for Hispanic Leadership (CHL), in concert with national Hispanic thought leaders representing some of the nation’s top Fortune 500 companies, will host its First Annual Leadership Summit on September 18, 2010 in Los Angeles. The Summit, themed “Embracing Innovation through Diversity,” is designed to explore the role of Hispanic professionals and diversity at large, as well as its impact and influence on propelling innovation in the workplace
WHAT: Whole Foods Market in Paramus N.J. will be hosting many Family oriented events and classes that are geared for any age. Kids’ cooking classes, healthy eating classes with our Healthy Eating Specialist, an outdoor Summer Concert Series and a store tasting highlighting local products complete a full calendar for the month of July.
WHERE: Whole Foods Market Paramus at the Bergen Town Center on Route 4 East in Paramus NJ