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Rabies Clinic in Paramus

The Paramus Board of Health wishes to remind all Borough residents that its annual free rabies clinic for dogs and cats will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, May 6th and May 7th from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Wednesday will be for dogs and Thursday will be for cats. The clinic will be held at the Life Safety Building in the rear of the DPW municipal garage off Carlough Drive.
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Create More Space for a Library with Floor-to-Ceiling Shelves


Q: We are both teachers — and, boy, do we have the books to prove it! My wife is resisting my suggestion that we make our grown son's old room into a library. She says it's too small, and we still need a place for him when he visits — and for other guests, too. I think we can have it all. What do you think?

A: My thoughts turn to a scholar named Edgar Munhall, Ph.D., who was curator of the famed Frick Collection when I first visited his attractive one-bedroom apartment in New York.
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Motherhood Maternity Spring 2009 Runway Trends

2009 Runway Trends Motherhood Maternity, the world’s largest maternity retailer, offers the expectant mom hot fashions at low prices.
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Jarmel Kizel Architects and Engineers Inc. Completes Addition for Jersey City Community Charter School

Jarmel Kizel Architects and Engineers, Inc. has recently completed work on a 20,500-square-foot addition at the Jersey City Community Charter School at 128 Danforth Ave. in Jersey City, N.J. The new addition, which opened this past fall, has nearly doubled the size of the existing school, which is located in a former catering hall.
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Free May Seminars on Landscape Planning, Environmentally Friendly Lawn Care and Outdoor Decorating

The free seminar series offered by R&S Landscaping of Midland Park and Backyard Living of Ridgewood will include five sessions in May focusing on landscape planning, environmentally friendly lawn care and outdoor decorating. Part of a 10-week series of educational programs, all programs are free and start at 7 p.m. at Backyard Living, 235 Franklin Avenue, Ridgewood. The programs are:
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Mayor And Council Meeting, 4-14-09

Meeting 04-14-09 Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club first to donate to Project Blessing
Pool to open on time
Pool rates revised for 2009 to accommodate partial season
Mayor honors National Public Health Week; praises Scholarship Show
Council President adds humor
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Auditions Actors and Dancers "ALL SHOOK UP”

Helping People Help Themselves & Quest Theater Company
Auditions Actors and Dancers “ALL SHOOK UP” Boys and Girls

Friday April 24, 2009 from 6:00- 9:00pm
Saturday April 25, 2009 from 1:00- 4:00pm

Auditorium, East Brook Middle School, 190 Spring Valley Road, Paramus, NJ

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Lucky Hat Entertainment and IndiePix Studios Announce Joint Production Financing Agreement


Lucky Hat joins IndiePix Studios as Executive Producer on titles 'P-Star Rising' and 'Entre Nos' premiering at Tribeca later this month

Agreement to co-produce two titles per year; 2010 titles to be announced later this summer

IndiePix, the Internet-based distributor of independent films, has today announced a production agreement with Lucky Hat Entertainment, a Los Angeles-based production company.
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Please read the story of Benji; A True Story


My parents met Benji 3 years ago on one of the many mission trips they have taken to the Sosua area of the Dominican Republic. A picture of him with my dad is attached.

I am writing in hopes that someone who reads this will be able to help in the adoption process of this amazing and deserving boy. We are not looking for money, just someone who has connections or ideas and can help to make this painstaking process come to fruition.
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The Queen of Blues Etta James returns to bergenPAC


Legendary and Grammy Award Singer Etta James
AT LAST! – The Queen of Blues Etta James returns to bergenPAC and is hotter than ever. Following the successful Sony bio-pic “Cadillac Records” in the theaters with Beyonce and watching President Obama and his wife dancing to her signature song “At Last” at the inaugural gala, Etta James the legendary voice of rhythm and blues is back as never before. Winner of 3 Grammy awards and Lifetime achievement awards from NARAS and the Rhythm and Blues Foundation, Etta James is one of Americas most recognizable and powerful voices. With a new album “All the Way” including hits by Prince and others see her perform her hits live including “Stormy Weather,” and “Sunday Kind of Love”.
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Eco Chic


April may be Earth month, but any day of the year is a good time to throw on an organic cotton T-shirt and take a few minutes to save our fashion futures. Yes, even fashionistas need to get a conscience. Eco-chic is not a passing fad.

"Guilt and shopping go hand in hand for most of us these days," says Tamsin Blanchard, author of "Green is the New Black" (Hodder & Stoughton). "It's not just that you are spending beyond your means and are on your second interest-free credit card transfer.
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Construction is currently well underway at the Claremont Corporate Center

Claremont Corporate Center "The Claremont Corporate Center will be a truly unique site, as it will feature a highly efficient classic design, which utilizes the existing stone structure of the turn-of-the-century Risk Mansion, family home of the 19th century medical doctor, Dr. William H. Risk, who settled in Summit in 1873, and expands upon its original design to provide all the state-of-the-art amenities that are offered in a modern office building," stated Heller.
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Care Plus Foundation Announces It's 11th Annual Courage Awards Dinner To Be Held June 18, 2009

The Paramus-based Care Plus Foundation will honor five individuals that have worked to decrease the stigma of mental illness at its 11th Annual Courage Awards Dinner. The dinner, which is accompanied by a silent auction and raffle, is the Foundation’s largest annual fundraiser and will be held on June 18, 2009 at Macaluso’s in Hawthorne, NJ.
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Lightfair International Expands Lighting Education Forum, Student Outreach Program


Extending its role as a leader in lighting education, LIGHTFAIR International (LFI) now offers a new format for the Lighting Education Forum as part of the 2009 trade show & conference. The Forum, now held on the LFI show floor as part of the innovative, interactive Lighting Education Lounge in booth # 681, will introduce participants to the breadth of lighting education opportunities available in academic institutions and commercial arenas. Attendees will have the opportunity to network, attendinteractive presentations and panel discussions and collect information about each featured educational program.
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Easter Sunday At Trinity Presbyterian Church, Your Community Church

Easter Sunday At Trinity The Reverend Dr. Samuel M. Stone conducted the Easter Sunday services at the church located at 650 Pascack Road, Paramus before a capacity filled assemblage. Among the highlights of this holy service were the Bell Choir playing 'Lead On King Eternal' and an Easter Cantata performed by the church choir, both under the tutelage of Music Director Ms. Elena Waessa-Riabinina.
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Fairway, My Cupboard Is Almost Bare: Have No Fear Fairway Is Here

Fairway Donation This was the plaint of Paramus Director of Human Services, Irene Maury and the response when she contacted Howie Glickberg of the newly opened Fairway Market at the Fashion Center. In dire need of provisions for Easter to distribute to Paramus needy families, she had nowhere to turn. After all, Fairway had recently donated three skids of food a couple of months before. Howie Glickberg reassured her; he couldn't stand for families going hungry at Easter time. This gracious owner and Dan, his son, donated the following:
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The Valley Hospital Sports Institute Opens Center for Youth Fitness


Are you concerned about your child’s weight or whether he or she gets enough exercise? Obesity is a serious health concern for children and adolescents. The prevalence of chilldhood obesity is on the rise in this country, increasing the risk for a range of health problems, including cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes.
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Bergen Community College and Rotary Club to Promote Peace

May 2 Workshop at 9 a.m. Gathers Students and Public for Dialogue

Peace is a process developed through education. To advance the concept of peace, Bergen Community College’s Center for the Study of Intercultural Understanding (CSIU) and the Center for Peace, Justice and Reconciliation (CPJR) will host “The Peace Workshop” on Saturday, May 2, 2009 from 9 a.m. to noon at the College’s Gallery Bergen, third floor, West Hall, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus. The event is a joint initiative of the College and Rotary District 7490. Admission is free and open to the public.
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Fixing Windshields Not Optional; Decide to Repair or Replace Damaged Windshields


Fixing a damaged windshield should not be an option. It can mean the difference between life and death in a rollover crash.

“Windshields not only keep insects and rain out, they are vital for passenger airbags to properly function to protect occupants,” said George Strauch of Glass Doctor of Ramsey. “In today’s vehicles made of lighter materials, the windshield helps support the roof and keeps the airbag inside the vehicle. If a vehicle with a cracked windshield is in a crash, the force of the passenger airbag deployment could break the windshield instead of protecting the passenger, who may hit the dashboard. During a rollover the roof would crush the driver and occupants.”
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Cipriano Landscape Design will be awarding four scholarships totaling $10,000 to students at Rutgers


Chris Cipriano and Rachel Napier
Cipriano Landscape Design will be awarding four scholarships totaling $10,000 to students at the Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Departments of Landscape Architecture and Plant Biology and Pathology. The Cipriano Landscape Design “Keeping It Green Foundation” scholarships are presented to encourage careers in the green industry & environmental stewardship, according to Chris Cipriano, CEO/Founder of Cipriano Landscape Design.

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