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Bergen County Gets A New County Executive, James J. Tedesco III

New Bergen County Executive There are problems in Bergen County and they will be addressed said this new Bergen County Executive, James (Jim) J. Tedesco III. Some of you may remember this gentleman who, as Mayor of Paramus, forcefully stated that the Blue Laws in Paramus would be repealed over his dead body. One of the problems which were mentioned was the bottleneck on Route 17 and that received a tremendous round of applause.  This was said before an overcapacity crowd at the Bergen County Community College Ciccone Theater on Sunday afternoon, January 4, 2015.
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Hackensack Riverkeeper’s Ron Vellekamp Environmental Scholarship

Award marks Fifteenth Anniversary – Seeks additional support
Hackensack, NJ – Hackensack Riverkeeper is now accepting applications for the 2015 Ron Vellekamp Environmental Scholarship. Now in its Fifteenth Anniversary year, the program, in memory of the late science teacher and founding Riverkeeper trustee, was created to support college-bound high school seniors who excel academically and who maintain a strong commitment to environmental protection. 

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Bergen County Superior Court Rules Again in Favor of Proposed ShopRite of Wyckoff

Decision Affirms Unanimous Approvals of Project by Bergen County Planning Board and Board of Chosen Freeholders

WYCKOFF, N.J., Jan. 2, 2015 – The Bergen County Superior Court, Law Division has ruled again in favor of ShopRite of Wyckoff, by an Order entered on December 19, 2014. In his decision, Judge William Meehan dismissed three counts of Stop & Shop’s latest legal appeal.

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Tedesco names additional Senior Staff

(Hackensack) – Bergen County Executive James Tedesco today announced that Marc Schrieks, Peter Botsolas and Alicia D’Alessandro will join Chief of Staff Michelle DiIorgi as the County Executive’s senior leadership team. Schrieks will serve as Deputy Chief of Staff for Intergovernmental Affairs and Constituent Services, Botsolas was named Senior Policy and Planning Adviser, and D’Alessandro will serve as Communications Director.

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Ridgewood Recreation offers several programs designed to enhance knowledge while making learning FUN!

All classes will be held at The Stable, 259 North Maple Avenue, Ridgewood.

Creative Cooking with Education Explorers – Grades K-4, Mondays, 3:45 to 4:45 pm, beginning January 12th

“Junior Chefs” will learn the basics of cooking in this fun and resourceful class. They will create new recipes while learning to follow directions, measure, mix and decorate with a variety of tools and techniques.  $100/5 classes (includes all materials).

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Reorganization Meeting Mayor And Council 1- 1 -15

Reorganization Meeting Mayor And Council Shortly after 2 PM on the first day of the new year, Paramus held its Reorganization Meeting at the Council Chambers. Dignitaries galore  and residents poured into the packed chambers where Mayor Rich LaBarbiera, Councilwoman Maria Elena Bellinger and Councilman Joe Garcia were sworn in to new three year terms. Councilman Sullivan was missing due to a demise in his family for which the Mayor held a moment of silence.  New Jersey State Assemblyman Joe Lagana introduced LaBarbiera who was sworn in by Congressman Bill Pascrell.
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Englewood Public Library Holds “Healthy Eating With Raw Food Recipes” with Karen Ranzi

(Hackensack)The Englewood Public Library will host Nutrition and Child Development expert Karen Ranzi for a program on eating healthy with raw foods onTuesday, January 13 from 7:15 – 8:45.

Ranzi has been a leading expert in the field of nutrition and child development for more than 2 decades. Ranzi  is the author of the award winning book  Creating Healthy Children.  In the simpliest of terms a raw food diet includes eating fresh fruit, vegetables, nuts and seeds.
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Sunset Rotary Club-Central Bergen Makes Donation to Center for Food Action

At a special meeting of the Sunset Rotary Club President Tom Shea, at left, presented a $500 check to Jim James of Center For Food Action (CFA). The Club has supported CFA for many years both in the form of cash donations and food collections. CFA, with locations across the county, is the principal provider of food to the needy in Bergen County. The numbers of people in need in the county have increased by 50% since 2008. Please visit their site at www.cfanj.org and make a donation.
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HackensackUMC Welcomes First Baby Born in 2015 Birth is New Year’s first in Bergen and Passaic counties

HackensackUMC is proud to announce the first baby born in 2015 at the Donna A. Sanzari Women’s Hospital. Turkan Umit came into the world at12:11 a.m. weighing 7 pounds 3.5 ounces and measuring 20” in length.  She is the first baby born in Bergen and Passaic counties in 2015.

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MINI Cooper Owners Deliver Toys to Audrey Hepburn Children’s House During Annual Holiday Toy Drive

For the ninth year in a row, Prestige MINI of Ramsey and dozens of its customers made the holidays brighter for patients of the Audrey Hepburn Children’s House, a division of the Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center. With their cars fully loaded, the owners of MINI Coopers and their families delivered toys and other items to the Children’s House, a state-designated Regional Diagnostic Center for Child Abuse and Neglect, which has more than 7,000 patient visits annually.

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Valley’s Research Center Participates in International Trial of New Bypass Device

 Innovative design May Improve Safety; Decrease the Risk of Complications

RIDGEWOOD, NJ, December 31, 2014 – The Valley Hospital Heart and Vascular Institute is one of 17 preeminent cardiac surgery centers in the United States and Europe selected to participate in a clinical feasibility trial of a new implant designed to support vein grafts used in performing a cardiac bypass procedure. The trial is included among a robust list of clinical trials currently underway through The Valley Hospital Okonite Research Center.

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Qdoba’s Got You Smothered on New Year’s with BOGO Smothered Burritos

2015 is right around the corner and while you may have plans for a killer New Year’s Eve, don’t forget about the day after. Get ready to roll yourself out of bed because on New Year’s Day, Qdoba is OPEN. They’re spicing things up with new Smothered Burritos, which will be buy one, get one free so you and a friend can satisfy your flavor cravings and ring in the New Year with a kick!
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HackensackUMC Reuten Clinic Learning Center Reopens with Wizarding Theme

The Reuten Clinic for pediatric hematology/oncology at Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center reopened its Children’s Learning Center on Friday, December 5 with a magical wizard theme from young adult literature.  The reinvigorated Learning Center features murals, computers, a magical chandelier, aged wood flooring, desks, a state-of-the-art SMART board, and a portrait “thank you” wall for all of the supporters of the project.  

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Riverside Medical Group Hosts Grand Opening for its Newest Location

Hoboken, NJ ~ Riverside Medical Group’s newest facility welcomes the community to celebrate with refreshments and family activities.

On Wednesday, January 7, 2015, join northern New Jersey’s premier medical group as they celebrate the Grand Opening of their newest facility at 1111 Hudson Street. The festivities begin with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 1:30 p.m.Festivities are free to the public and include refreshments and a special book reading by author and local mother Marissa Klein Kay at 3:30 p.m. and 4:15 p.m.

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The Englewood Public Library to Present the All Seasons Chamber Players in Concert Sunday Jan. 11

The Englewood Public Library will welcome the All Seasons Chamber Players for the 30th time as it hosts a free concert on Sunday, January 11 at 6pm.

The much acclaimed All Seasons Chamber Players will perform a program called Happy Harpsichord Holidays! featuring the ensemble’s beautiful 2-manual Flemish harpsichord in combination with flute and strings. The program will include works for flute, violin, cello and harpsichord performing in solos, duos and trios with works by composers from the late Renaissance to early Classical period.

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Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel in South Orange Responds to Need Near and Far as a Community Dedicated to Year-Round Giving

Reform Synagogue’s Ongoing Commitment to Social Action Encourages Intergenerational Involvement 

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J., Dec. 30, 2014 – At Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel (TSTI), there is never just one season when it comes to making a difference for others. Throughout the year, the entire synagogue community, young and old, is involved in a range of social action programs in Essex County and beyond. These endeavors enable everyone to share the joy of giving and “tikkun olam”—making the world a better place. Tikkun olam is expressed in Jewish life through community service, social action and social justice initiatives.

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Michele Dabal Joins Board of the NJ Sharing Network Foundation

Mendham Resident is an Active Volunteer and Fundraiser for Organ and Tissue Donation

MENDHAM – December 29, 2014 – A Mendham mother of two, who received a liver transplant in 2005, is the newest member of the board of the NJ Sharing Network Foundation.

Michele Dabal, a certified volunteer for NJ Sharing Network, describes herself as a dedicated advocate for organ and tissue donation, adding her personal commitment and business experience would be beneficial to the Foundation board.

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The Adsila Retreat Offers Place of Healing

The Adsila Retreat Offers Place of Healing for Human Trafficking Survivors as well as Outstanding Non-Profits from Across the NationBrant Lake, New York– December 2014 –In scenic, upstate Brant Lake New York, The Adsila Retreat will soon provide survivors of human trafficking the opportunity to heal and reintegrate into society. This program —being developed in partnership with Girls Educational and Mentoring Services—will initially be held in September of 2015, and on an annual basis thereafter. While not in session for healing retreats, The Adsila Retreat will invite other outstanding nonprofit humanitarian groups to use the facility, free of charge, for leadership and planning retreats.  The goal in providing these retreats for outstanding nonprofits is that ideas, collaboration and teamwork generated at the retreat will lead to tangible, program improvements in the services these organizations already provide. 
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January: ShopRite of Ramsey To Host LiveRight Calendar of Events Featuring “New Year, New You” Health and Wellness Programming

Events are Free and Open to the Public

RAMSEY, N.J., Dec. 29, 2014 – ShopRite of Ramsey, an Inserra Supermarkets store, is hosting a full roster of “New Year, New You” health and wellness programming throughout January. Sondra Tackett, M.S., R.D., in-store registered dietitian, will lead each of the LiveRight offerings and provide easy-to-implement nutrition and wellness advice. The following events are free, unless otherwise noted.  All programs are open to the public, held at ShopRite of Ramsey and do not require advance registration, unless otherwise noted:

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The Valley Hospital Testing World’s Smallest Pacemaker

First in New Jersey to Implant Device One-Tenth the Size of Conventional Pacemakers

RIDGEWOOD, NJ, December 30, 2014 – The Valley Hospital recently announced its first implant — and the first in New Jersey — of the world’s smallest pacemaker. The device, which is one-tenth the size of a conventional pacemaker and comparable in size to a large vitamin, was implanted as part of a global clinical trial.

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