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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Friday, December 09 2016 @ 08:06 PM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Packing a Supernatural Lunch for Kids


by Nancy Mehagian

            Thanks to Jamie Oliver and his Food Revolution, school lunches have become a hot topic and it’s about time.  With childhood obesity and diabetes on the rise in a country with so much abundance, it’s a crime that our kids are not healthier, especially when natural foods are readily available and simple to prepare.

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Cafeteria Meals Healthier Than Parent-Packed Lunches, According To Onlineschools.Com Series


Nearly four million students in the United Kingdom bring a brown bag lunch from home to school each day--but these homemade meals are actually less nutritious than cafeteria lunches.  When compared to school cafeteria fare, which has to abide by strict nutritional standards, only one percent of parent-packed lunches meet these standards.

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Fair Lawn High School Marching Band Earns Top Ranking at First USSBA Competitions in Group IV - Open Class


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Fair Lawn Also Won Special Awards ‘Best Music’ and ‘Best Percussion’ at Piscataway

The Fair Lawn High School Marching Band kicked off the marching season with a first place finish at its first competition in the United States Scholastic Band Association (USSBA) contest and placed a close second to past national champion powerhouse, Nazareth Area High School (PA) on September 24th  in Piscataway, NJ. The Cutters earned a score of 72.95 at their first competition at Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School and 76.25 at Piscataway High School last Saturday. Fair Lawn also won special awards ‘Best Music’ and ‘Best Percussion’ at the Piscataway show.

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High School Essay Contest Opens For 2011-2012 - Being An American Essay Contest Focuses On Constitution


Students and Their Teachers Compete for Cash Prizes Up to $1,000

U.S. high school students and their teachers are invited to participate in the Bill of Rights Institute’s sixth annual Being an American Essay Contest.
The largest contest of its kind in the country, the Being an American Essay Contest explores the Founding principles outlined in the Constitution. The contest is administered by the Bill of Rights Institute, a non-profit educational organization in the Washington, D.C. area devoted to educating young people about the Constitution and Founding principles. The 2011-2012 contest is sponsored by the History Channel.

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Weekend Of Highs And Lows For Thompson At Sugo


Gary Thompson brought the curtain down on his Japanese Formula 3 season with another National Class podium finish at Sportsland Sugo last weekend before experiencing a day of frustration and bad luck on Sunday. The up-and-coming Irish racer had high hopes for one of his best events of the year before travelling to the fast and flowing Sugo circuit. Qualifying suggested just as much, even if a small mistake on his final run left him fifth in a top six covered by a meagre 0.2 seconds.

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Quaife scoops sensational first LMS podium at Estoril


Phil Quaife helped CRS Racing celebrate their final Le Mans Series appearance in fairytale fashion thanks to a hard-fought first GTE-Am podium finish at Sunday’s season finale in Estoril.  The Kent racer’s second position alongside regular team-mates Adam Christodoulou and Klaas Hummel at the former Portuguese Grand Prix venue was the result of impeccable team work behind the wheel of their Ferrari 430 throughout the six-hour race.
 

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A Paramus Police Report


On 9/26/11 at apprx. 6:14 PM the Paramus Police department received a phone call from a resident on Edstan Way in Paramus. This resident reported that a male had attempted to “break into my house”, a scuffle ensued and the resident stabbed this male with a knife. Paramus Police units responded to the residence and found an adult male lying on the floor of the house bleeding from his neck/upper torso area. The male resident, a juvenile, stated that the adult male entered the house without permission.

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Paramus Community Health Day Set For October 12th


The Paramus Board of Health has announced plans for its annual Community Health Day. “We hold this free program once a year to provide our residents with a comprehensive and varied program of health services and screenings,” said Health Officer, Judith Migliaccio. “The basic goal of the screenings is the early detection of chronic illness and prevention of disease, disability and premature death.” Community Health Day will be held this year at the Paramus Life Safety Building on Carlough Drive. The program will be open to the public from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 12, 2011.

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Congressman Steve Rothman Announces New Bipartisan Bill to Fund Communications Equipment for First Responders


Today, Congressman Steve Rothman (D-NJ) will be joined by local officials, Police Chiefs, Fire Chiefs, Ambulance Corps, and EMTs. Congressman Rothman and House Homeland Security Chairman Peter King (R-NY), introduced the Help Emergency Responders Operate Emergency Systems (HEROES) Act on September 20, 2011. Together, they are fighting to ensure that First Responders, true heroes of our nation, have the communications equipment to do their jobs and that the already overburdened local taxpayers do not have to unfairly pay for an unfunded federal mandate.

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'Killer' Cast, Not Much Flash


Robert De Niro. Jason Statham. These are two iconic names that, alone, have carried some of the best tough-guy blockbusters. Toss in the second-tier talent of Clive Owen, and you've got an unstoppable action triumvirate.  It's a pity, then, that "Killer Elite," an early-autumn blast of muscle that stars all three, is such a by-the-book affair. Master thespian De Niro has slinked too comfortably into supporting roles for the better part of two decades now. Here, he gnaws on as much scenery as he can playing a veteran assassin named Hunter who gets kidnapped by a sheikh (Rodney Afif).

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