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Jewish Foundation for the Righteous Appoints Program Associate


Emunah Homa
Emunah Homa, a New Jersey Resident, Joins Non-Profit As Program Associate in Development Department

The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous (JFR), a non-profit organization that identifies, honors and financially supports aged and needy non-Jews who risked their lives to rescue Jews during the Holocaust, announced that Emunah Liberman Homa has been named a program associate in the Development department.
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The Travelin’ McCourys Make Their Way to Bergen, Nov. 6, 7:30 p.m.


Travelin’ McCourys
Pop music had the Jacksons. Country music has the Judds. And bluegrass has the McCourys. Members of the famous family – appearing as the Travelin’ McCourys – will visit Bergen Community College on Friday, November 6, 2009 for a 7:30 p.m. performance in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre, located at 400 Paramus Road, Paramus.
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Law Allows Diabetic Students to Self-Medicate in School; Provides Training for Teachers, Aides and Bus Drivers

Legislation sponsored by Assembly members Jack Conners, Joan M. Voss and Cleopatra G. Tucker to create individualized health care plans for students with diabetes and training in diabetes care for school employees was recently signed into law by Gov. Jon S. Corzine. “Diabetes is a disease that requires constant personal management,” said Conners (D-Camden/Burlington). “Until now, state law required students with diabetes to visit the school nurse for any and all medication, which was at best unfair to their education and at worst dangerous to their health.”
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Rapid Sales Pace at Sterling Properties’ Forest Hill Community Leaves Just Two Homes Remaining


Forest Hill
— Sterling Properties’ Morris County Enclave Fits the Needs of Today’s Modern Family —

Sterling Properties is experiencing an extremely rapid sales pace in Phase II of construction at Forest Hill, its picturesque community of single-family homes in prestigious Hanover Township, N.J. The window of opportunity to be part of this exclusive community is closing quickly as only two homes now remain at the picturesque cul-de-sac location.
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Paramus Police Host Operation Medicine Cabinet New Jersey (OMCNJ) on November 14, 2009


Chief Richard J. Cary
October 20, 2009

Mel Fabrikant
ParamusPost.Com

Dear Mel,

An alarming number of New Jersey’s youth are intentionally abusing prescription medicines to get high. The 2007 study by the National Study of Drug‐Use and Health found that 70% of people who abuse prescription pain relievers say they got them from friends or relatives.
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Countdown to Wine and Food Tasting Evening


Be sure to get your tickets today to Children's Aid and Family Services' Wine and Food Tasting Evening. It's less than a week away and tickets are going fast! This popular event is Saturday, October 24, from 7:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. at St. Leon's Church in Fair Lawn, NJ.

Bring your friends and enjoy a night of fun featuring a fine assortment of wines and a wide selection of delicious food from some of the area's finest restaurants.
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Shopping in the Pink: Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month


When you get the chance to shop and support a great cause at the same time, there's no reason why we should not all take advantage of the opportunity — when we celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month each October.

Here are some ways to think pink and get a jump-start with your holiday shopping list:

— Check out Key To The Cure.
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Sheriff Leo P. McGuire's 4th Annual Golf Outing

4th Annual Outing About 120 golfers braved the morning chill to attend the 4th Annual Outing in honor of dedicated public servant, Sheriff Leo P. McGuire. As the day progressed, it did get much warmer, but the morning did require some bundling. Held at the Apple Ridge Country Club, the participants were treated to a buffet breakfast before heading out to the greens.
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Martha Stewart Visits Barnes & Noble Paramus For Signing

Martha Stewart's Dinner at Home It's difficult to imagine the tremendous drawing power of Martha Stewart as she visited the Paramus Barnes & Noble to sign her latest cookbook "Martha Stewart's Dinner at Home". Designed to touch the palates of our more sophisticated family diners taking advantage of foods that were not readily available a few years back, it was a hit.
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21st Annual Kosherfest 2009


October 27-28 at Meadowlands Exposition Center, Secaucus, NJ
We Want to See You Again this Year!
Kosherfest is the perfect platform for more than 300 exhibitors from around the world to introduce the latest trends and their newest products. See them all in one place at the leading kosher food and beverage trade event serving the retail, foodservice and distribution industries.
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The Celebration of Diwali

Diwali Friends invited Sophie Stone and me to visit their temple for the celebration of Diwali. Like most people unknowledgeable about this celebration by those of India descent, curiosity had us attend this Festival of Light and the New Year. To those people who recognize the Hindu faith, this is one of the most important celebrations lasting up to four days. Origins date deep into the faith and it is believed also recognized a successful harvest. Traditions are a major part of Diwali where many lights are lit and worshippers partake of sweets.
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Storm Clouds Gather as Dow Hits 10,000

Dow Jones 10,000 arrived on Wall Street Wednesday for the first time in a year. It's a milestone of sorts, and it certainly represents a vote for investor confidence in economic recovery. Blowout profit reports from Intel and JPMorgan helped fuel the day's 145-point gain. So did a retail sales report that excluding Cash for Clunkers was actually quite strong.
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Green Heat

Recent hikes in the costs of fuel oil and natural gas have many of us looking to alternative sources for home heating. But what is the "greenest" alternative? That is a tough question because it depends on where you live and what fuel is abundant locally. If you live in the Midwest, corn is more abundant than wood and may have less of an environmental impact because it doesn't have to be shipped to you.
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Culture Club


One traveled 17 miles. Another, nearly 9,000 miles. Two others, the globe.

Four local chefs have recently penned cookbooks about their cultures and the cultures of others. Each says their book represents years of research and meticulous crafting of recipes to be accessible to the foodies of San Diego.
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Beckerman Announces Two New Hires Joanne Kaniewski and Jason Heller Join Leading PR Firm


Joanne Kaniewski
Beckerman, one of the largest independent public relations firms in the New York metropolitan area, has announced that Joanne Kaniewski of Bayonne, N.J., and Jason Heller of Fair Lawn, N.J., have joined the firm. “The addition of these new positions is a reflection of the rapid growth of our firm,” said Keith Zakheim, president. “We are delighted that these two talented staff members -- both of whom we have had the pleasure of working with in the past -- are bringing their experience to the Beckerman team.”
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Words to the Wise: Canning Is as Much About Safety as It Is About Preservation

Karen Ward has been teaching canning and preserving classes at Great News! cooking school in Pacific Beach, Calif., since 1999. What is the most frequent question she is asked?

"They all want to learn how to not kill people," said Ward, who, in addition to teaching, penned "Canning & Preserving for Dummies" in 2003. "A major concern in home canning is safety and knowing the rules."
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Prompt Passage of Economic Recovery Act Payment for 2010 Needed


Michael J. Astrue
Everett M. Lo
Regional Public Affairs Office
Social Security Administration - New York Region

Law Does Not Provide for a Social Security Cost-of-Living Adjustment for 2010
With consumer prices down over the past year, monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefits for more than 57 million Americans will not automatically increase in 2010. This will be the first year without an automatic Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA) since they went into effect in 1975.
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CB Richard Ellis Completes 4,610 SF Office Relocation Lease At 45 Eisenhower Drive In Paramus, New Jersey

- 175,000 SF Class-A office property in Bergen County is now 84 percent leased -

- CB Richard Ellis, New Jersey's leading commercial real estate brokerage firm, recently completed a 4,610-square-foot lease relocation agreement within Paramus, New Jersey, on behalf of Samuel Geltman & Co, a residential property management firm. CB Richard Ellis' Randy Eigen, first vice president, represented the tenant in this transaction, who will be relocating its offices from 205 Robin Road in Paramus to 45 Eisenhower Drive. John Osborne, executive director of leasing, represented the owner, the Bergman Real Estate Group, in this deal.
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Community Health Day in Paramus

Community Health Day in Paramus - John Hopper, Health Officer, and his staff staged another successful Community Health Day at the Paramus Life Safety Building. On hand was Kathy Rinaldi, President of the Board of Health and Haley Santos who was greeting visitors along with grandpa Jim Tedesco. Flo Pappas pitched in to help along with Chris, her daughter. When Chris demurred about having her picture taken, she was informed that www.ParamusPost.com had an extra camera should the original break.
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Hunter Douglas Duette Shades Certified For Federal Tax Credits For Energy Efficiency


Duette Architella honeycomb shades
SADDLE RIVER, N.J., Oct. 13, 2009 – Consumers may now have the opportunity to save on their energy bills and their taxes with Duette® Architella® honeycomb shades from Hunter Douglas, North America’s leading manufacturer and marketer of custom window coverings. Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, federal tax credits for energy-efficient products are available for 30 percent of the cost of most Duette Architella shades, up to a maximum of $1,500 in total, when purchased and installed through December 31, 2010, provided the expense meets the tax guidelines.

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