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12th Annual Walk for Awareness: Our Fight Against Breast Cancer Sunday, October 24, 2010

The 5-K loop around the City of Englewood, which was founded in 1999 by then-mayor Paul Fader and his wife Jill after her successful treatment for breast cancer, benefits The Leslie Simon Breast Care and Cytodiagnosis Center at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center. The walk also pays for mammograms and other potentially life-saving care for uninsured and underinsured women.
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Jones Lang LaSalle to Sell 16.5 Acre Redevelopment Site near Downtown Bloomfield, NJ

Hartz Mountain site positioned for residential, retail or mixed-use redevelopment

Jones Lang LaSalle today announced that it has been appointed as exclusive sales agent for a 16.5 acre redevelopment site located at 192 Bloomfield Avenue in Bloomfield, N.J. - one of the largest redevelopment sites in the area. The property, currently home to a multi-building manufacturing plant totaling 400,000 square feet, is located half a mile south of downtown Bloomfield and is ideally positioned for residential, retail or mixed-use redevelopment.
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Allendale Poet Laureate Visits with Seniors, Reads Recent Works

Poet Laureate of Allendale Laurie Byro, center, holding book, recently met with residents at The Atrium, the supportive independent living senior residence at The Allendale Community for Mature Living. During her visit, Byro, an employee of the Lee Memorial Library in Allendale, read some of her award winning poems from her newly published book, “The Bird Artists.”
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Robert Half Management Resources Survey: CFOs Say Benefit of Consulting is Staying Active Professionally

They may be ready to hand over the keys to the company car, but they aren’t ready to hit the links full time. For this group, a career in consulting can hold appeal, suggests a Robert Half Management Resources survey. More than one in four (26 percent) chief financial officers (CFOs) surveyed said the security of remaining actively employed was the number-one reason they’d consider consulting. This top response was followed by flexible schedules (21 percent) and the variety and challenge of consulting work (20 percent).
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The Residences at Palmer Square in Downtown Princeton Hosts Successful Brokers Open House

Tours Of Elegant, Luxurious Development Draw Strong Interest From Real Estate Community

The Residences at Palmer Square, a new luxury townhome and condominium community located at Palmer Square in the heart of downtown Princeton, N.J., recently hosted its first open house for the brokeragecommunity, inviting them to tour one of the ready-to-move-in townhomes. More than 75 brokers and agents turned out for the event, which was held DATE at the sales office for The Residences at 53 Hulfish St.
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BoatUS Angler Member and PAA Pro John Crews Qualifies for Coveted Spot In 2011 Bassmaster Classic

Post-Season Battle for “Toyota Tundra Angler of the Year” Begins This Weekend

John Crews, veteran Professional Anglers Association tour pro and BoatUS Angler member, is on his way to the “Super Bowl” of fishing competition — the 2011 Bassmaster Classic. That also puts him in a highly-competitive group of 12 top pro anglers competing “post-season” for the “Toyota Tundra Angler of the Year” honors. To find out who will have bragging rights, these talented 12 will fish tournaments the next two weekends — at the Ramada Trophy Chase July 24-25 on Lake Jordan near Wetumpka, Alabama, and the Evan Williams Bourbon Trophy Triumph July 30-31 on the Alabama River near Montgomery, Alabama.
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Popular Rental Options Reducing Education Costs, Dramatically Impacting The Bookstore Industry And Student Buying Habits

Follett today reported that more than 800 of the bookstores it serves in the U.S. and Canada will offer textbooks for rent for the first time this fall, making the company the largest and fastest growing multi-channel textbook rental provider in North America. Follett is bringing rental to campuses through multiple offerings available to its network of Follett-managed bookstores and online virtual bookstores via Follett Rent-A-Text, as well as independent bookstores via the first and only online and in-store rental program designed specifically for independently-managed college stores. Follett is the only company that offers a full spectrum of rental solutions to such a wide variety of educational institutions.
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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Fixes Flowerbox

Bandshell Flowerbox While celebrating the planting of the flowerboxes at the Bandshell, Rotary Club President Liz Mason noticed that one of the boxes was in disrepair. At the Tuesday morning meeting, she asked for volunteers to mend the one box that had come asunder. Member Mel Oliveri stepped up to the plate and volunteered to do it by himself. Home Depot, who had originally supplied the lumber, donated the equipment needed for the repair.
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A Birthday Party At BounceU

A Birthday Party At BounceU We celebrated my son’s 3rd birthday on Tuesday evening at BounceU, the relatively new bounce house in Paramus. I can tell you that this party was amazing.

There are various party packages at BounceU to accommodate everyone’s party needs. We chose the Premiere party package which is a two-hour party for up to 20 kids. The first hour and fifteen minutes is private playtime in the two bounce rooms. There are also three dedicated party pros to ensure that the party runs smoothly and the kids are safe on all of the inflatables.
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Honoring the Fallen, One Facebook Post at a Time

Facebook status update on June 15, 9:51 p.m.:
(SET ITAL) DOD announced today the death of a soldier. Sgt. Mario Rodriguez, 24, of Smithville, Texas, died June 11 in Powrak, Afghanistan, "of wounds sustained when insurgents attacked his unit using small arms and rocket-propelled grenade fires." He was assigned to the 264th Clearance Company, 27th Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Airborne), 20th Engineer Brigade, Fort Bragg, N.C. (END ITAL)

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