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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Saturday, February 24 2018 @ 11:04 PM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Longtime Writer Inks Book Publishing Deal


Sometimes the best Christmas presents come a little early. For Judith Hugg, her biggest dream was signed, sealed, and delivered this Christmas season—a book deal with one of the largest book publishers in the nation.

To See the Sky sees beyond the difficulties of daily experience to the loving God who created us all and loves each one of us more than we can possibly grasp--and then learning to listen when “the heavens declare the glory of God.” The “seeing” is done with the heart and soul, not just the eyes. It is a story of growing up with a loving but mentally ill mother, an angry father who was trying to protect and learn to love his children, and the interventions, large and small, of God’s powerful kindness through His Word, through nature, and through experiences of hope, love and grace along the way.

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The Uplifting and Thrilling Edgar Winter and Rick Derringer Perform LIVE at Englewood’s bergenPAC



Edgar Winter
The multi-talented saxophonist and multi-keyboardist Edgar Winter is fresh off his tour with Ringo Starr’s All Star Band. His hits include “Frankenstein,” “Free Ride,” and “We All Had a Real Good Time.” Legendary rock and blues guitarist Rick Derringer is known for his songs including “Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo,” “Still Alive and Well,” “Hang On Sloopy,” and “Bad to the Bone.”
Saturday January 22– 8:00 PM
$79, $49, $39, $29
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States Get Bonuses For Boosting Enrollment For Uninsured Children In Medicaid


States also cut red tape and simplified enrollment process

HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius today awarded $206 million to 15 states for making significant progress in enrolling uninsured children in Medicaid. This year’s bonuses are more than double the $75 million awarded to ten states last year.
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West Brook React Spreads Holiday Cheer and Care!



Holiday Giving Tree
The holiday Giving Tree was set up by the Rotary React Club in the front entrance of the main hallway of West Brook Middle School. Students and staff decorated the tree with new mittens, gloves, hats, socks and scarves. Gently used coats were also collected for Eva’s Village in Paterson. React also worked in conjunction with Detective Teehan of the Paramus Police Department and our DARE program to collect toys for the annual PBA TOY DRIVE.
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East Brook Middle School Teacher Mrs. Murray Ecologically Inclined


East Brook Enviromental Class
Teacher Mrs. Murray believes in teaching environmental knowledge to her students. To empathize the importance of and the many ways to use, rather than discard, items, she has her class make useful items from material that might ordinarily go into the trash bin. One of the most effective was bracelets made from pop-tabs and in different colors.
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First Lady Michelle Obama volunteers her time for NORAD Tracks Santa


First Lady Michelle Obama today delivered a holiday surprise to children across America by personally answering phone calls on Santa’s journey as part of the annual NORAD Tracks Santa program run by the North American Aerospace Defense Command.

Answering the telephone with, “Hello, this is First Lady Michelle Obama with NORAD Tracks Santa. How may I help you?”, Mrs. Obama fielded calls from Hawaii to surprised children calling in to find out where Santa is on his trip around the world.
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It's Greek to Me, a Good Place to Eat


It's Greek to Me
It's worth the drive to Westwood to eat at this ethnic restaurant. Questions about the food listed on the menu are cheerfully explained by the wait staff. Congenial owner, George Papas circulates around the room checking to make sure that his patrons are happy. Once you meet him, you have made a friend.
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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Learns about Rotary History From www.ParamusPost.com Chief Reporter


Meeting 12-21-10
At the request of Vice President Jim Lede, program chair, Mel Fabrikant gave a review of Rotary history and added anecdotes. Fabrikant, a member of three different Rotary Clubs, admitted to being in Rotary for about 40 years. He traced the history of Rotary starting in 1905 when Paul Percy Harris started the organization along with three other friends. It took two years for them to accomplish their first community service project, public toilets. It was said in jest that this was the basis for the group to become known.
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Books for the Cookie Lover in All of Us


As Christmas draws nearer, our thoughts turn to baking, among other things.

If making cookies or participating in a cookie exchange is in your plans over the next few weeks, four new cookbooks can help. Or, one of these might be a nice gift for the talented — or aspiring — baker in your family.
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Bergen Community College Nursing Graduates Prepared to Serve


62 Men and Women Graduate from Nursing Program on December 22, 2010

Bergen Community College recognized its nursing program’s 67 graduating students in a pinning ceremony on Wednesday, December 22, 2010 in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre on the College’s main campus in Paramus. The graduates enter the healthcare field, which is one of the fastest growing producers of jobs in the country. The healthcare industry will generate 3.2 million new wage and salary jobs from 2008 to 2018, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
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Idevices Launches Igrill At Ces -- World’s First Wireless Bluetooth Cooking Thermometer


Revolutionizes The Way We Cook
Turns Your iPhone, iPod touch & iPad into Your Own Personal Sous-Chef
First in Line of Products Created by iDevices Geared Towards the Apple Lifestyle

iDevices www.igrillinc.com  announced today iGrill, the world’s first wireless cooking thermometer for iPod touch, iPhone and iPad via a long-range Bluetooth® (over 200 feet) and App-enabled connection. To be introduced at the Consumer Electronics show (CES), Booth #4435, held in Las Vegas, January 6-9, 2011, iGrill turns your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad into your own personal sous-chef, enabling you to multitask between your grill or oven and guests with the peace of mind that your food is perfectly cooked, at target temperature and safe for consumption.
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Healthy Mind, Body and Soul Defines Senior Lifestyle at The Allendale Community for Mature Living



Two New Spiritual Programs Introduced
Today’s senior lifestyle focuses on so much more than a healthy mind and body. Older adults also recognize that a healthy spirit is just as important. At The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living, senior residents and older adults from the surrounding area are participating in an array of “soulful” offerings, including a new monthly Bible study and Hymns program and semimonthly “Religion: Think and Talk” program.
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Rep. Rothman Hails Passage of Bill Providing Health Care for 9/11 Heroes


Representative Steve Rothman (D-NJ), a member of the House Appropriations Defense Subcommittee, co-sponsored the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act (HR 847) that passed the U.S. Senate today by unanimous consent. This legislation is named after New York Police Officer James Zadroga, a hero and resident of North Arlington, NJ, who contracted a fatal respiratory disease during his heroic Ground Zero recovery effort and died on January 5, 2006. An autopsy of Mr. Zadroga’s revealed that toxic chemicals and fibers from the burning World Trade Center ruins were found in his lungs. Rep. Rothman released the following statement:
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A New Career Begins with the School of Continuing Education at Bergen Community College


Public Open House Scheduled for January 13, 2011, 6:00-to-8:30 p.m.

For many adults, the prospect of a career change can seem daunting. However, with the Bergen Community College School of Continuing Education, adults have access to the region’s leader in lifelong learning opportunities that include hundreds of courses designed to assist adults in refining their skills, retraining themselves and creating a path for success.
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Special Holiday Visit from Santa and Friends Helps Spread Cheer



Patients, visitors and staff were delighted to welcome Santa Claus to Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (www.englewoodhospital.com). Accompanying Santa this year were members of the Gooney Bird Detachment of the Marine Corps League. Together, they helped kick off the annual Toys for Tots drive at the Medical Center where patients, employees and visitors generously donate toys to help spread holiday cheer to those in need.
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Englewood Hospital Rings in the New Year with Smoke-Free Campus Initiative


With approximately 8.6 million people suffering from smoking-related lung and heart diseases in the United States alone, it’s no secret that smoking leads to detrimental effects on a person’s health. To help increase public safety and encourage patients, visitors, staff and others to adopt a new, healthier lifestyle this coming New Year, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (englewoodhospital.com) is implementing a new campus-wide no smoking initiative that will prohibit smoking on hospital grounds.
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CB Richard Ellis Completes Sale of 47-Unit Multi-Family Building at 37-47 High Street in Passaic, N.J.


- High-occupancy, multi-family building sells as investment asset for $3.6 million -

CB Richard Ellis, New Jersey's largest commercial real estate brokerage firm, is pleased to announce that it has brokered the $3.6 million sale of a 29,310-square-foot multi-family building at 37-47 High Street in Passaic, N.J. The New Jersey Private Client Group's Charles Berger, who secured the buyer, First Vice President Dean Marchi and Gehane Triarsi, along with Robert Pine, senior associate of brokerage services in CBRE's East Brunswick office, who secured the seller, worked diligently to bring this deal to fruition.
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Bergen Regional Medical Center’s Operational Changes to Prepare for Economic Challenges in the New Year


The New Jersey Hospital Association has made a clear and accurate case of how hospitals are being financially devastated by the diminishing flow of state and federal reimbursements and the recession-induced surge of patients without insurance seeking charity care. Eighteen hospitals have closed in New Jersey since 2000. Forty-three percent of NJHA member institutions laid off employees, 28 percent eliminated vacant positions, yet the service and treatment demands of the uninsured or charity care rose 82 percent, according to the NJHA reports.
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Mark Borst Of Borst Landscape & Design Is Named Industry Trailblazer By Planet


President of Full-Service Landscape/Hardscape Firm Recognized for Contributions in Design/Build/Installation Category

ALLENDALE, N.J., December 23, 2010 – Mark Borst, founder and president of Borst Landscape & Design in Allendale, New Jersey, has been honored as a Trailblazer by The Professional Landcare Network (PLANET). This is the second time Borst or his company has been recognized by PLANET for excellence in the landscape industry. Borst, who is also a PLANET Landscape Industry Certified Technician, is one of only three landscape professionals nationwide to earn the Trailblazer designation in the Design/Build/Installation category. He recently received the Trailblazer award at PLANET’s Green Industry Conference in Louisville, Kentucky.
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Worstpizza.Com Releases Its Top 10 Pizza Parlors Of 2010


Where do you start when trying to find the best pizza in your local area? In the past year, “The Pizza Expert” ate his way through 25 states, tried his favorite recipes that included a Grandma and Upside Down pizza, and reviewed over 500 pizza restaurants, all in the search of finding the best pizza. This year, WorstPizza.com, the ultimate resource for pizza reviews and recipes, highlights their first top 10 list of pizza parlors in the U.S for 2010.
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