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Mayor and Council Meeting February 22, 2011

Mayor and Council Meeting 02-22-2011

A very busy meeting highlighted by the swearing in of Chief Christopher Brock and the appearance of Paramus Police Officer Rachel Morgan. There was standing room only as the meeting got off to a late start. The surprise visit of wounded officer Morgan to congratulate the newly sworn chief was the highlight. Had you been there to see her bravely struggle in to congratulate her chief, tears would have come to your eyes while giving her a standing ovation. Had you seen how her comrades in arms were so protective of her wellbeing, you might have understood how the Paramus Police Department and Paramus itself feels about this valiant woman.

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Poker Players Invited To Go All In For Autism

Poker Players Invited To Go All in for Autism

Alpine Learning Group, a not-for-profit education center serving children and adults with autism, is holding a Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament fundraising event on Friday, March 11th at the Paramus Elks Club on Route 17 North in Paramus. The registration fee of $125 includes $6,000 in chips, food and beverage. First place prize is estimated at $2,100 (actual prize will vary based on the number of players registered) and all prizes will be awarded on Visa Bank Cards. The top 10% of the field will be “in the money” and players must be 21 or older to participate

Players that register by March 1st will receive an additional $1,000 in chips for the tournament.

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Rutherford Allied Medical first in NJ to offer Calmare Pain Therapy Treatment®

Calmare Pain Therapy

Rutherford Allied Medical Group is the first pain treatment facility in New Jersey to offer Calmare Pain Therapy Treatment®, an FDA approved, non-invasive technology to treat patients suffering from chronic high-intensity pain, including oncologic and medication-resistant pain.

This pain-free therapy is appropriate for patients suffering from cancer and chemotherapy; pain as a result of chronic diseases such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, arthritis; back and neck pain, failed back surgery syndrome and phantom limb pain. The Calmare device was developed by Giuseppe Marineo, DSc (doctor of science), a researcher and bioengineer at Delta Research & Development, Rome.

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Rotary International President Visits New York City

Watch RI President Ray Klinginsmith ring the New York Stock Exchange Closing bell tonight, February 23.

The bell ringings an landmark lightings will mark Rotary's 106th anniversary.  Read full story here.

Visit www.rotary.org

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Grammy Award Winner Performs LIVE at Englewood’s bergenPAC

Judy Collins
Judy Collins has captivated audiences around the world with her beautiful renditions of folksongs and contemporary music. With a career spanning 50 years she is no stranger to performing and has achieved great longevity. Collins’ hits include “Send In The Clowns,” “Both Sides Now,” “Amazing Grace,” and “Turn, Turn, Turn.”

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Sterling Properties Announces Sale of Last Phase of Sterling Pointe to K. Hovnanian Homes

Success of Premier Somerset County, N.J. Active-Adult Community Spurs Land Purchase

Leading homebuilder Sterling Properties announced today that K. Hovnanian Homes has purchased 80 home sites at Sterling Pointe, Sterling’s premier active-adult community in Somerset County, N.J., to build out the final phase of construction.

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Stop & Shop Customers Help Raise $2,065 to Fight Hunger in Paramus

Annual Food for Friends Program gives over $2 million to local and regional food banks

The Stop & Shop Supermarket Company announced today that customers who shop its store in Paramus helped raise $2,065 through its annual Food for Friends program. The money was donated to the Helping Hands Ministry to help provide hunger relief to area residents “We are overwhelmed by the generosity and support from our customers and associates for Food for Friends,” said Arlene Putterman, a spokesperson for Stop & Shop. “We exceeded the amount raised in 2009 by 40%! Even a tough economy could not dampen the spirit of giving that exists with the associates and customers in our communities.”

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Bergen Community College Wrestlers Qualify for NJCAA National Tournament

NJCAA Names Bergen Coach Mike Massenzio District 19 “Man of the Year”

Two Bergen Community College wrestlers earned berths in the NJCAA National Championship Tournament in Spokane, Wash. this weekend with strong performances in the Region 19 finals February 13 and 14. Frankie Buenafuente, a sophomore, won the 149-pound class while freshman Kris Kucab finished third in the 165-pound class. Both wrestlers are from Garfield.

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Auditions Underway: Verismo Opera Seeks Chorus Singers, Extras for 2011 Season

Lucine Amara, Artistic Director of the NJ Association of Verismo Opera (Verismo Opera), announces that the only professional opera company based in northern New Jersey is holding auditions for supernumeraries (extras) and new members to join the Verismo Chorus. The selected singers and extras will appear in the company’s productions of Aida and Tosca at the Bergen Performing Arts Center (BergenPAC) and other venues. The company draws singers and extras from New Jersey, New York City and the surrounding area.

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A Fishing Line Stretched Across the Country Gets Recycled

The BoatUS Foundation collected nearly 2700 miles of discarded fishing line last year at 1200 fishing line recycling bins like this one at Eureka Public Marina in Northern California.

New Sites Needed for BoatUS Foundation Reel In and Recycle Program

Ready for a roadtrip? If you packed your bags – and tacklebox – and drove from Washington, DC to San Diego, California, you would travel nearly 2,700 miles. That’s also the amount of fishing line that was recycled through the BoatUS Foundation's Reel In and Recycle Program last year, which gives anglers an easy way to recycle fishing line at over a thousand locations across the country.

“This effort happens as a result of many individuals and organizations,” said BoatUS Foundation Director of Environmental Programs Susan Shingledecker. “In the last two years we’ve built and distributed nearly 1,200 fishing line recycling bins to local groups around the country. These three-foot tall PVC storage tubes keep discarded fishing line out of our waterways and helps protect fish, birds and other wildlife from entanglement,” added Shingledecker.

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