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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands Awards First Scholarships



Students from Rutherford, Teaneck, Carlstadt, Nutley and North Arlington

Students from Rutherford, Teaneck, Carlstadt, Nutley and North Arlington. Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands awarded its first scholarships to five students of the College’s southern Bergen County campus.

Dr. Jose Adames, interim president of the College, thanked the benefactors funding the scholarships, including Philip Ciarco, who is a member of the both the College Board of Trustees and the Bergen Community College Foundation Board of Directors, and Dr. Ronald A. Milon, Director of the Meadowlands Campus.

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Obama Administration Finalizes Life-Saving Mercury and Air Toxics Standards


Standards are expected to save 11,000 lives each year

The American Lung Association applauds the Obama Administration for adopting public health safeguards to reduce mercury and toxic air pollution from power plants.  The new Mercury and Air Toxics Standards for Power Plants are long overdue and will reduce the harm from air pollution like mercury, lead, arsenic and a host of other pollutants.

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Unesco Stops Funding Children's Palestinian Teen Magazine Following Swc Protest


A day after a protest from the Simon Wiesenthal Center to UNESCO's Director-General over a Palestinian youth magazine which published materials exalting Hitler, UNESCO has agreed that it "will not provide any further support to the publication in question." Zayzafouna, a magazine which supposedly promotes democracy and tolerance, published an article by a ten-year-old Palestinian girl who said that in her dreams, Hitler told her, “Yes. I killed them [the Jews] so you would all know that they are a nation who spreads destruction all over the world.” The article was brought to the public's attention by Palestinian Media Watch.

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Sunset Rotary Club Donates Funds to Local Charitable Organizations:



Tom Shea, Denise Vollkommer, Frank Ramsey

The members of Sunset Rotary Club of Glen Rock, Ridgewood and Paramus, did what they usually do at this time of year. They donated funds to local organizations that provide essential services to the poor, the hungry and the homeless of Bergen County.  President Tom Shea handed out checks to The Center for Food Action in Mahwah, the Bergen Volunteer Medical Initiative in Hackensack and to the Social Services Association of Ridgewood and Vicinity.

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‘Devils Visit Angels’ At St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital - Share Holiday Cheer With Pediatric Patients


Patients at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital (SJCH), an acute care specialized state designated children’s hospital at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) in Paterson, received a special pre-Christmas visit from New Jersey Devils hockey players, #22 Eric Boulton and #2 Kurtis Foster.The players’ visit brought smiles to the faces of patients and staff alike, as they spent time talking with pediatric patients, posing for photographs and signing autographs. St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital extends a very special thanks to the New Jersey Devils for providing signed New Jersey Devils shirts and calendars to each of the pediatric patients visited.

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Jamie Hahn of Solis Partners Participates in Distributed Solar Summit as Panelist Representing the New Jersey Market


In New Jersey, the recent boom in solar installations, a consequence of the unintended overlapping federal and state incentives, has created an overbuild scenario in which there is more than enough solar capacity to meet current state mandates.

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Saddle Brook Football Player, Tyler Vitiello, Celebrates Holidays At Home – Credits Hackensack University Medical Center



Tyler Vitiello
Less than two months ago, family and friends of Tyler Vitiello, a Saddle Brook high school senior and football team captain, worried that he may not walk again. Since then, he has defied the odds and surprised medical professionals with his remarkable recovery – credited in large part to the medical staff at Hackensack University Medical Center.

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BEFORE YOU EXIT Announce Tour with Allstar Weekend!


Check Out Before You Exit Featured on J-14 Magazine, here: http://bit.ly/vAOWQg
The four piece pop/rock band, know as Before You Exit, have announced they will be heading out on tour with Allstar Weekend for the months of January and February! These young pop-rockers combine the catchy hooks of All Time Low with the musicianship of Parachute, to make an adorable group you will be seeing everywhere in 2012! Also supporting the tour will be The After Party and Hollywood Ending. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit: www.BeforeYouExit.com.

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Bergen Community College Nominates Professors Phil Dolce and James Bumgardner For National Teaching Excellence Awards



College Nominates Professors Phil Dolce and James Bumgardner for National Teaching Excellence Awards

Bergen Community College has selected Assistant Professor James Bumgardner and Professor Philip C. Dolce as the College’s 2011 nominees for the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Excellence Awards.

Interim President Dr. Jose A. Adames and Interim Academic Vice President Bonnie MacDougall selected Professors Dolce and Bumgardner for the awards that recognize teaching excellence. NISOD announced the selection earlier this month and invited both professors to accept their awards at the organization’s national convention in Austin, TX, May 27 through May 30, 2012.

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Fifteen Things I Learned from My Nervous Breakdown…and How They Can Help You Live Your Best Life in 2012


I suffered a nervous breakdown at age thirty-six—and it turned out to be a breakthrough. Here are fifteen important things about life and happiness that I have learned, and that I hope Americans will take to heart in the coming year. By Todd Patkin

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