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Calling All New Kosherfest Product Manufacturers To Enter The Kosherfest New Products Competition - Oct 15, 2009


KOSHERFEST – WHERE TRENDS EMERGE AND TRADITIONS CONTINUE TAKES PLACE OCT 27-28, 2009 MEADOWLANDS EXPOSITION CENTER, SECAUCUS, NJ

New trends emerge at the #1 kosher food and beverage trade event serving the retail, foodservice, manufacturing and distribution industries. Once again, Kosherfest will take place at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, NJ October 27 – 28, 2009 (www.kosherfest.com).
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Moving BN Book Review: Last Journey


This week in the Barnes & Noble Review (www.BNReview.com), Anthony Swofford, best-selling author of Jarhead: A Marine’s Chronicle of the Gulf War and Other Battles, writes a telling review of an extraordinary addition to the literature of war: Last Journey: A Father and Son in Wartime.
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Learn How to Effectively Market Your Products both Locally and Internationally at Bergen Community College, June 23, 2009

It's important for small businesses to have a Web site strategy to effectively market their products both locally and internationally. The seminar, "Export 201: Using your Web site to Increase International Sales," presented by Bergen Community College's Small Business Development Center, the U.S. Commercial Service, and the Northern New Jersey Export Assistance Center, will be held on Tuesday, June 23, 2009 from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. in the Technology Education Center, Room 128 (The Moses Family Meeting and Training Center) at Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Tickets are $40 (includes breakfast).
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Children's Aid and Family Services Receives $10,000 Grant From The NYMEX Foundation


Children's Aid and Family Services recently received a $10,000 grant from the NYMEX Foundation (NF) to support the agency’s Baby Basics program. The program serves low-income families with babies aged two and younger by providing free nutritional formula and diapers, as well as parent education and a safety net system of emotional support.
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On June 3rd, supporters of HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF BERGEN COUNTY honored the 2009 Builder of the Year Award recipients


On Wednesday, June 3rd, approximately two hundred supporters of HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF BERGEN COUNTY honored the 2009 Builder of the Year Award recipients at The Estate of Florentine Gardens in Rivervale, NJ. This year’s recipients were JOHN ELIAS, of the law firm Sonnenschien, Nath & Rosenthal and NORDSTROM’S. In addition, Habitat Bergen presented NBC/UNIVERSAL with the Golden Hammer Award for providing Habitat Bergen with the most corporate volunteers at work sites last year. Neal Klausner, of Davis & Gilbert, was the Dinner Chairman.
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Englewood Hospital Physician Honored for Continued Service to the Community


Englewood Hospital and Medical Center’s Frances Forte, MD, was a recent recipient of the Medicine for Music Award at the Jazz Foundation of America’s 20th Anniversary Gala. Dr. Forte has led an extraordinary effort over the last 15 years to provide medical care to uninsured jazz musicians through his work with the Dizzy Gillespie Memorial Fund.
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IndiePix Release Slate '08 a huge success - fifth and final production is selected for SilverDocs Documentary Film Festival


'21 BELOW' is a unique and compassionate portrait of a 'real American family' in crisis
IndiePix provided essential funding and resources for the documentary – including a state-of-the-art editing suite at its NYC offices

IndiePix, the Internet-based distributor of independent films, is today set to launch its final 'Release Slate 08' production at the prestigious SilverDocs Documentary Film Festival in Washington DC.
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Ending Plastic Bags


Plastic bags have been dubbed the "national flower" in South Africa because so many can be seen flapping from fences and caught in bushes. Plastic bags also have become the most common man-made item seen by sailors at sea. According to Clean Up Australia, Australians use more than 6 billion plastic bags per year.
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National Cancer Survivors Day At Valley Hospital's Luckow Pavilion in Paramus

National Cancer Survivors Day At Valley Saturday, June 13th from 11 AM to 2 PM at the Luckow Pavilion in Paramus was the scene of cancer survivors celebrating their successful survival. People came from as far as Brooklyn, NY to join in the festivities. One person had said that she has attended all 20 celebrations, free of cancer for that time.
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Meet & Hear From an Organ Donor's Family

The Department of Organ Transplantation at Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) and its Transplant Support Group are offering a unique opportunity to speak with a family who has gone through the donor experience after the loss of a loved one. This chance to hear their story of how and why they gave the greatest gift possible to a stranger is open to the public, and free of charge.
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Children's Aid and Family Services Seeks Volunteers for PGA Tour

(Paramus, NJ) June 11, 2009 – Children's Aid and Family Services will again be a main beneficiary of proceeds from the 2009 Barclays PGA Tour, which will be held August 24 – 30 at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City. The agency is seeking volunteers to help at the tournament in roles ranging from welcoming attendees to keeping score.

"This is a terrific opportunity for us to raise more funds to help the vulnerable children and families we serve," says Madinah Grier, vice president of development & communications. "The more volunteers the agency brings to the Barclays Tour, the more support we will receive from the PGA."
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At Home on the Range


When chef Jason Maitland cooked at New York City's prestigious James Beard House last summer, he dazzled the sold-out dining room with Foie Gras and Duck Rillette Lollipops With Strawberry Gelee and Pistachio Dust.

At his restaurant in the San Diego Marriott Del Mar, where the menu changes every week or so, Maitland, 29, similarly impresses with farm-to-fork creations such as Pan-seared Blue Crab Cakes With Butternut Squash, and Roasted Chestnut Hash With Melted Cippolini Onions and Sage Butter.
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Over 400 Individuals Attend Grand Opening Event at River Pointe by Del Webb


— A Precursor to Community’s Summer Spectacular Sales Event, the May 30 Grand Opening Was a Huge Success —

A recent grand opening of the attractive, new, single-family homes at River Pointe by Del Webb was a can’t-miss event for the region’s prospective homebuyers. More than 400 individuals attended the grand opening, which was held on May 30 at the Ocean County-N.J., active-adult community.
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Deirdre and Don Imus at Fairway Market - Shoppers Enjoy "Dinner and a Show"


There were no spats of any kind when radio talk show host Don Imus appeared with his wife, author, philanthropist and children's health advocate Deirdre Imus, at Fairway Market in Paramus last month. But lucky shoppers got more than groceries at lower prices. Hundreds got a chance to meet the couple and add two specials to their carts: A free copy of the Imus Ranch Record, a CD collection of country hits, signed on the spot by the "I Man," and a personally autographed copy of Deirdre Imus' latest book in the New York Times best-selling Green This! series, The Essential Green You!, Easy Ways to Detox Your Diet, Your Body and Your Life. The book includes the most up-to-date scientific research and motivates conscientious consumers to reduce their exposure to environmental toxins and to make realistic and affordable changes.
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Hackensack University Medical Center’s Pet Therapy


Medical Center’s Pet Therapy Angel On A Leash Dog Qualifies For Line Up At The Westminster Kennel Club 133rd Dog Show

The Department of Volunteer Services at Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC), northern New Jersey’s first partner hospital with the Westminster Kennel Club’s Charity Angel On A Leash, has attracted representatives of the very best of breeds.
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A Night Of Dining Out At A-Mano in Ridgewood

A-Mano Say Mel, how would you like to join me for dinner at A-Mano wrote my friend Keith Sly. He had just sent me a release on A-Mano and knew that I am a foodie. We met recently at the restaurant located at 24 Franklin Avenue where Keith explained some of the foods to me and made sure I met Manager Eric Ryan.
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Valley Hospital Donates Defibrillator to Paramus Senior Center

Valley Hospital Donates Defibrillator to Paramus Senior Mayor James Tedesco, Council President Denis Niland, Councilwoman Cathy Betz and Maureen O'Brien were on hand as The Valley Hospital presented Joseph Cipolla Senior Center Director Eileen McDowell with a defibrillator. On hand from Valley were: Martha Ferrara, N.P., a nurse practitioner in The Valley Hospital Electrophysiology Department, Julia Nidetz Karcher and Erica Koszyk. McDowell called up members from the clubs that meet there to help in the acceptance.
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“One Night Only”- Spectacular Performances By Children From Bgn Cnty of All Ages done by beyond dance @ bergenPAC


On Sunday June 7, 2009, beyond dance @ bergenPAC presented “One Night Only” an exciting evening of young dancers of the next generation. Performances were very professional, unlike typical recitals. Seeing the dedication and energy from the dancers showed the true passion of the entire program. roberta mathes is devoted to ensuring the best education for her students, to provide them with the skills necessary to pursue their careers in performing arts or otherwise.
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Garden State Harmonica Club monthly meeting 6,20,09 at 7:30 pm in the Meeting Hall at Grace Episcopal Church


The Garden State Harmonica Club monthly meeting will be held on July 6,2009 at 7:30 pm in the Meeting Hall(on adjacent Wood Street) at Grace Episcopal Church, 128 West Passaic Ave in Rutherford, NJ. Business meetings are held regularly on the 1ST Monday of the month.
The Club invites anyone interested in the harmonica or harmonica music to join the group to play or listen after the short business meeting. Light refreshments are available to attendees during the meeting.
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Bergen Community College Students Honored with Academic Awards


High-Achieving Graduates Receive Recognition from College During Ceremony

Bergen Community College honored graduating students receiving scholastic and organizational awards during its annual Academic Awards ceremony on May 12, 2009. The award-winning graduates received their academic degrees two days later at the College’s commencement at the Izod Center, East Rutherford.

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