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April 15: Theodore and Edith Roosevelt to be Portrayed in “Presidents and Their First Ladies” at The Allendale Community

Annual Program to Feature Actors/Writers William and Sue Wills

The life of Theodore Roosevelt, statesman, author, historian, explorer, conservationist and the 26th President of the United States, and his wife, Edith, will be portrayed at The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living on Friday, April 15 at 2 p.m. The dramatic reenactment, which is free and open to the public, will be performed by actors/writers William and Sue Wills, who present “Portraits of Presidents and Their First Ladies” at the senior campus each spring.

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Sterling Properties’ The Avenue at South Orange Wins Community of the Year Award

Premier Luxury Rental Community Takes Coveted Sales and Marketing Honors

The Avenue at South Orange, the region’s premier luxury rental community, was named the 2011 Grand Award Winner for Community of the Year for a Rental Community Over $1,500 by the New Jersey Builder’s Association (NJBA) at the 24th Annual Sales and Marketing (SAM) Awards Banquet. The transit-oriented community, developed by leading homebuilder Sterling Properties of Livingston, N.J., was also honored in five other categories: Best Logo Design; Best Sales Office; Best Signage Program; Best Marketing Strategy; and Best Rental Home.

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Boaters and Swimmers at Pine Flat Lake Have New Life Jacket Rule

Increasing Federal Regulation for Many Boaters, Says BoatUS
Jumping off your boat for a swim in Pine Flat Lake, California, without a life jacket? As of April 1, anyone found swimming more than 100 feet from shore without a life jacket – including boaters who routinely jump in to try to beat 100-degree-plus temperatures – could result in a $175 fine as part of the new life jacket regulations put in the place by the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), which manages the lake.
In addition to life jackets now being mandatory for all swimmers outside of designated swim areas, new USACE regulations say that US Coast

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Elementis Signs Full Building Lease At Scipark – Princeton Area’s Premier Science And Technology Campus

-- Vision for Einstein’s Alley Progresses with Increased Activity Among High-Tech Firms –

Woodmont Properties and Simon Developments announced today that Elementis Worldwide, Inc., a subsidiary of publicly traded Elementis plc (FTSE:ELM), has signed on to be the first tenant at East Windsor’s SciPark, the Princeton area’s most cutting-edge life science and technology campus.

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New Jerseyans Split On Charter Schools; Black Voters Stronger Supporters, Favor School Choice Vouchers

Voters are split on the continuing growth of charter schoolsin New Jersey, according to a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released today. Forty-four percent of all Garden State voters support increasing the number of charter schools in the state, while 42percent oppose adding more charters. Fourteen percent say they don’t know if they support or oppose an increase. Black voters are stronger supporters: 52 percent favor more charter schools.

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Bergen Community College’s Honors Program Named After Former President Dr. Judith Winn

The Honors Program Committee of Bergen Community College named the program after former College President Dr. Judith K. Winn at a dedication Monday during its annual ceremony recognizing more than 100 students.

The dedication of the Dr. Judith K. Winn School of Honors recognizes the contributions of the former president of 12 years.

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Sunset Rotary Club Learns How C.A.S.A. Helps Bergen County's Abused and Neglected Children

At their regular meeting on Wednesday April 6th, members of the Sunset Rotary Club - Glen Rock, Paramus and Ridgewood, learned about the valuable services that Bergen County's Court Appointed Special Advocates provide to children in foster care. Jennifer Murren, who has been director of Bergen County's C.A.S.A. program since its inception 8 years ago, gave a vivid description of the organization and its work. CASA recruits, trains and then supervises community volunteers to advocate for children who are involved with the child welfare and family court systems.

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May Designated As National Stroke Awareness Month

Stroke is the third leading cause of death in this country, and can be a cause of serious disability. 780,000 people will have a new or recurrent stroke each year and New Jersey ranks third in the number of strokes among residents. Often caused by uncontrolled high blood pressure, stroke is a medical emergency.

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Free Blood Pressure Screening in Paramus

The Paramus Board of Health will offer free screening for high blood pressure for Paramus residents on Friday, April 29th from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. according to Health Officer, John Hopper. This program can give you important information about your health that can be used to evaluate your risks for high blood pressure. Literature will also be available. No appointment is necessary.

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Board of Health to Conduct Lead Screening for Preschoolers

The Paramus Board of Health has announced that it will offer a screening for blood lead for preschool children in Paramus on Tuesday morning, May 3rd . The test uses a simple fingerstick, and will be held at Borough Hall on Jockish Square.
Paramus Health Officer John Hopper urges the parents of all toddlers, one to six years old, to participate in this screening. “Lead Poisoning can harm the child’s developing brain and nervous system, and can also cause delayed speech, learning disabilities and behavior problems”, Hopper said. State law mandates that every child be screened for blood lead between 9 and 18 months of age, and again between 19 and 26 months of age. Any child over 26 months, but less than six years of age, may be screened, especially if he/she has never previously been tested for lead by their pediatrician.

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