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Fiddler on the Roof Lyricist, Sheldon Harnick, Visits Elisabeth Morrow School for Exclusive Master Class

  (Englewood, New Jersey- January 29, 2015) Recently, lyricist Sheldon Harnick, visited Elisabeth Morrow School to host an exclusive master class with theater students.  With a career spanning over 50 years, Harnick is responsible for some of the greatest and well-known compositions in musical theater, including his collaboration with Jerry Bock on hit musical, Fiddler on the Roof 
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Hit and Run Accident in Paramus

The Paramus Police Department announces the arrest of Carla Doyle, 83 yoa, of Fair Lawn NJ, for leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident with injuries.

On Wednesday, January 28, 2015, at approximately 5:32 PM the Paramus Police Department responded to the intersection of Paramus Road and Grove Street for the report of a pedestrian struck by a car. Upon arrival police located the victim Mario Garing, 55 yoa, of Paramus NJ. 

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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey Expands Patient-Centered Programs

Delivering Better Care to More Than 750,000 Horizon Members

(January 29, 2015, Newark, NJ) – Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) announced the expansion of their patient-centered programs dedicated to improving patient care coordination, reducing unnecessary costs and improving the patient experience.  The expansion means more than 750,000 members are now being treated by doctors in Horizon BCBSNJ’s patient-centered programs.
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Children's Aid And Family Services Announces The Appointment Of New President & CEO

We are extremely pleased to announce that Jerrold (“Jerry”) Binney, Esq. is joining Children’s Aid and Family Services as its President and CEO, effective February 9, 2015.

Jerry has demonstrated his passion for the agency’s mission and his dedication to helping improve the lives of vulnerable children and families through his long association with the agency.

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Nobel Peace Prize Nominee John Dear Coming to Copper Beech Institute

Weekend opportunity to explore nonviolence with an internationally known voice for peace. 

West Hartford, Conn. – January 29, 2015 – Copper Beech Institute will welcome long-time activist and pacifist John Dear for a weekend retreat, Disarming the Heart, Disarming the World: Active Nonviolence in a World of Violence, March 20-22, 2015. Through meditation, group discussion, and teachings on nonviolence, participants will learn how to become more peaceful in their own lives and in the world. 

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Hindus seek Diwali holiday in New Jersey schools with sizable Hindu pupils

Hindus are urging New Jersey schools, public as well as private, which have significant number of Hindu students, to include Diwali, the most popular Hindu holy day, as a school holiday in their 2015-2016 school calendars and beyond.

Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada today, said that it was not fair with Hindu pupils and their families as they had to attend school on their most popular festival while many schools in the state were closed on some other religious holidays. New Jersey had the highest concentration of Hindus than any other state in USA.

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February Events Announced at The Allendale Community for Senior Living

Cultural Programming, Valentine’s Day Craft Highlight Winter Activities at Senior Living Campus

ALLENDALE, N.J., Jan 29, 2015 – The Atrium Assisted Living at The Allendale Community for Senior Living will continue with its winter program of events for residents and guests including art appreciation, a look at presidential campaign buttons, and how to make Valentine’s Day cards, among others, throughout the month of February. The following events are free and open to the public:

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More than 100 Organizations Will Call on Dollar Stores

to Protect Communities of Color and Low-Income Families from Toxic Products

New Report to Be Released on Feb. 4 Found that Most Dollar Store Products Tested Contain Chemicals Linked to Learning Disabilities, Cancer and Other Serious Illnesses

On Wednesday, February 4, over 100 health, community, and environmental justice organizations around the country will be coming together as the "Campaign for Healthier Solutions" to release a new report about toxic chemicals found in products sold at Dollar stores. Release of the report - A Day Late and a Dollar Short - coincides with the launch of a national campaign calling on Dollar store chains to stop the sale of products with hazardous chemicals to communities of color and low-income families, who already live in more polluted areas and "food deserts;" and to adopt business practices that keep both customers and their businesses safe

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Rotary District 7490 Walter D. Head Foundation Seeking Applicants For 2015-16 Academic Year Scholarships

PARAMUS, NJ…Are you pursuing a full-time graduate degree?  Are you a full-time undergraduate entering your Junior or Senior year in college studying (a) journalism, (b) assistance to people with disabilities, or (c) environmental studies?  Will your proposed course of study lead to a degree?  Then you may be eligible for a Rotary District 7490’s Walter D. Head Foundation scholarship up to $10,000. online.net.
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Allendale Native Selected as Bluejacket of the Quarter for Navy Band Southwest

Story by Musician 3rd Class Benjamin Fodor

SAN DIEGO, CA – A U.S. Navy Sailor from Allendale, N.J., assigned to Navy Band Southwest in San Diego, Calif., was recently selected as the band’s Bluejacket of the Quarter for the first quarter of fiscal year 2015.

Musician 3rd Class Glencora Ermer, an Allendale, N.J. native and graduate of Mannes College of Music, joined the Navy as an oboist in June 2012.  In addition to performing in the band’s marching and ceremonial bands, Ermer is an oboist in the woodwind quintet.  Ermer is also the administrative assistant for Navy Band Southwest.
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