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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Friday, February 24 2017 @ 02:28 PM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Under the Autumn Sky” Sogetsu Ikebara Exhibition By The Wasetsu Group


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"The exhibition will include over 24 Ikebana works (the art of Japanese Flower Arrangement), created by members from the Sogetsu Wasetsu Group. The Wasetsu Group(Judith Setsuko Hata, Director)has been exhibiting Sogetsu Ikebana in New York for over two decades. The show will be the 6th major exhibition at The Nippon Gallery. Sogetsu Ikebana guides us to “express ourselves through flowers”, and Mr. Sofu Teshigahara, the fonder of their school, and his successors have taught.   Arrangements can be of the “basic style” or also more creative. It is not just the assembly of flowers in vases. There are rules of relationship of space, line and colors and these elements create form and balance.

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Rotary Club Of Teaneck Programs


At most each of its weekly meetings, the Rotary Club of Teaneck has invited guests to speak on interesting topics.

At the September 5th meeting, Dr. James Cole and Dr. Patricia LaRocco presented a program describing Rotary’s Polio Plus program. This is an initiative to eradicate Polio. Currently there are only four countries where polio is endemic: Afganistan, Pakistan, India and Nigeria. Rotary is currently at $190 million of the $200 million it needs to collect to receive a $355,120,000 grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Since the PolioPlus program's inception in 1985, more than two billion children have received oral polio vaccine.

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Oran Etkin's Timbalooloo Presents a 'Wake Up Clarinet!" Family Concert at Symphony Space on Saturday, October 22, 11 am


Oran Etkin, an internationally touring jazz and world music clarinetist, will present a lively morning of jazz music just for the kids, featuring Clara Net the clarinet, Big Mama Tuba and all their bandmate friends on a musical journey to Harlem, Cuba, France, New Orleans and beyond. The concert will feature songs from Oran's award-winning  CD Wake Up, Clarinet!  The all-ages concert one of Symphony Space's weekly Just Kidding family performances. 

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Teaneck Chamber of Commerce 10th Annual Community Awards Dinner


On October 27, 2011, The Teaneck Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its 10th Annual Community Awards Dinner at the Marriott – Glenpointe (Teaneck). The Community Service Awards Dinner is a celebration saluting members of our community or those that have served our community that have either participated individually or as a part of an organization or as a community. This year’s honorees and their respective awards are as follows:

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Paramus High School Building A Positive Attitude By Addressing Anti-bullying


In taking a pro-active approach to anti-school violence, bullying, and building a positive school atmosphere, Paramus High School is presenting two guest speakers within the next month.  The first speaker on Thursday October 20th comes from the organization, "Rachel's Challenge", one of the top anti-school violence organizations in the country.

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Paramus Community Health Day


Paramus Community Health Day-
This was the first time Health Officer Judith Migliaccio presided over Community Health Day as the Health Officer. Prior to this, she was the Assistant Health Officer. Changes were to be seen as the displays were butted together, end to end with more displays being accommodated. The major regional hospitals were there in addition to newcomer Doctors Express. Each had bits of health areas and items to be discussed.

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A Jewelry Fundraiser For Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club


A Jewelry Fundraiser For Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club
Through the auspices of Past President Liz Mason and hosted by President-Elect Joe Castelano, Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club held a successful jewelry fundraiser. Not only that, but Liz has arranged for orders placed by October 20th via www.mysilpada.com/liz.mason to be honored for the fundraiser. In addition to prizes for those present, the group had choices of wine, hot wings and a cheese and cracker platter.

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The Limited Opens At Paramus Park Mall


The Limited Grand Opening in Paramus Park-
After a ribbon cutting ceremony in the afternoon, President and CEO Linda Heasley presided over a Fashion Show in the center of the mall. Hosted by Elliot Staples, Limited head of design, the latest fashions and trends, typical of The Limited’s offerings, were displayed by models who paraded the runway in a natural walk. After the show was over, Joan Grezenda, Executive Director of Woman’s Rights Information Center of Englewood went on stage to explain her organization and to thank Linda and The Limited for their generosity in donating a percentage of its weekend sales to her organization. The show was concluded with a drawing for a $1,000.00 shopping spree at The Limited.

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“President of The World” Kalyan Banerjee, Rotary International President, Attends Informal Get Together


In introducing Rotary International President Kalyan Banerjee to an assembly of Rotarians, Past District Governor Suraj ‘Raj’ Bhatia mentioned that Banerjee’s young granddaughter had referred to him in class as ‘The President of The World’. In a sense, being President of Rotary, an International organization, is like being President of the World. There are very few countries where Rotary does not have a presence and the RI President makes an effort to visit as many of the countries in the world as he can.

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Mayor and Council Meeting October 11, 2011


Mayor and Council Meeting 10-11-11
After a late start, Mayor Rich LaBarbiera sprang into action. With a full agenda of Paramus Police promotions, he suspended Council Reports with one exception. He congratulated Alan, not Councilman Brundage, on the birth of a daughter to Alan and Brenda Brundage. He then rearrangerd the order of business to have the Council vote and approve the police promotions. With that, he called Chief Christopher Brock to the forefront and had Councilman Mike Rohdieck accompany him as he swore in Captain Brian Goggin, Lieutenants John Scully, David Angelucci and Sal LaFerlita and Sergeants Detective David LaGrone and Patrolmen Steven Kllink, Frank Piserchia and Michael Guglielmo.

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