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OWC Announces Low-Cost Do-It-Yourself “Diy” 1 Tb Hard Drive Kits For Laptops

Quick & Easy Video Instructions – Speeds to 7200 RPM & High-Performance SSDs OWC’s Macsales.com Store Saves You 40% – Offers 60 DIY Kits Priced at $57.99 & up

Be “Green” Re-use Your Old Hard Drive as New Portable Drive with DIY Kit Enclosure

 Other World Computing (OWC®) http://www.macsales.com, the leading provider of Mac® and PC performance upgrades, storage drives and accessories, announced today the OWC DIY Hard Drive Kit, the easiest and lowest-cost way to upgrade your laptop hard drive at home, school, or office to a faster (to 7200RPM!), larger (to 1TB!) hard drive or high performance SSD without sending the laptop out for repairs or buying a new laptop. The OWC DIY Hard Drive Kit provides everything you need to increase space and performance for your MacBook, MacBook Pro, Mac mini storage, or PC laptop and be “green” by re-using your “old” hard drive as a new portable external drive.
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Safe Halloween in Paramus

Safe Halloween in Paramus- This year, Halloween was offered by Firehouse 3 and the Paramus Rescue Squad. Both volunteer organizations go way out to make sure that the children of Paramus are given a safe Trick or Treat evening. Starting at Firehouse 3, I met State Assemblywoman Connie Wagner, Council President Cathy Bentz and her husband, Councilwoman Maureen O’Brien , Councilman and Mayoral candidate Rich LaBarbiera, his wife, Maryann, and their three sons as well as Council hopeful Pat Verile.
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Rich LaBarbiera To Be New Mayor of Paramus

Rich LaBarbiera
Rich LaBarbiera won the mayoral election in Paramus defeating Sam Casiello. His two running mates, Rich Conte and Pat Verile did not fare as well. Although there were still absentee ballots to be counted and accounted for, the Democrats went with the count that they had and conceded defeat to Ralph Amato and Eric Nazziola.
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Two Workshops Lead You to a Completed Business Plan for Your Small Business

SCORE Bergen offers free, in person, business counseling to entrepreneurs who are looking to start up a small business or have the need to grow their existing business. It is a part of SCORE National which is a non-profit business counseling organization affiliated with the Small Business Administration. SCORE Bergen has 47 experienced business executives who volunteer their time to help small businesses form and grow. Their backgrounds encompass Accounting, Financing, Marketing, Manufacturing, Operations, Legal, Sales and General Management. Score counselors can help solve business problems or direct clients to outside resources.
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Kosherfest 2010 Appetizer Competition Won By Chef At The Center For Kosher Culinary Arts Of Bklyn, NY

The annual cooking competition at Kosherfest 2010 – this year for the best appetizer – was won by Chef Avram Wiseman of the Center for Kosher Culinary Arts in Brooklyn, NY.

Chef Avram’s winning entry was a striped bass that was prepared with a lentil salad, mango and pineapple salsa and tarragon vinaigrette. Each of four contestants had five minutes to prepare their dish.
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Rochelle Park Police Chief Richard Zavinsky Says Thanks

I want to take this opportunity to "THANK" the youngsters of Rochelle Park and their parents for the co-operation in complying with the curfew on Mischief Night. During the night we had a few reported instances of mischief, two of which could be considered somewhat serious. Damage to Halloween decorations at a Chestnut Ave. home, and the arrest of two juveniles in possession of paint. The two will be charged and remanded to Juvenile Court in Hackensack. A 16 year old from Hackensack and a 15 year old from Fort Lee were taken into police custody and released to their parents.

Chief R. Zavinsky
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Heritage Pointe of Teaneck Residents, Staff Take Part in Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk

Residents and staff members of Heritage Pointe of Teaneck participated in the Bergen County Alzheimer’s Memory Walk on October 24 at Van Saun Park in Paramus. The annual Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walks® are held nationally to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer care, support and research. The Bergen County walk is one of four that are hosted every fall throughout northern and central New Jersey by the Greater New Jersey Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.
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Center for Hispanic Leadership, CEO Glenn Llopis Announces Plan to Train One Million Hispanic Professionals in Next Decade

In their quest to train one million Hispanic Professionals in the next decade, CHL will focus heavily on educating the Fortune 500 C-suite on the importance of developing Hispanic leaders in order to most authentically capture the growing Hispanic consumer purchasing power that is estimated to reach $1.3 trillion by 2014.
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Money and Healthcare Reform: Sources, Sinks, and the Bottom Line

By : Jane M. Orient, M.D. http://www.aapsonline.org/

Congress handed the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) some assumptions, the computers came up with the mix of adjustments needed to give a magic number under $1 trillion in 10 years, and the “Affordable Care Act” (ACA) emerged. The “affordable” trillion apparently means net additional federal government expenditures, with the Treasury envisioned as one big pot of liquid gold. All the revenue gets mixed in, and the financial engineers turn the valves to direct the outgo. Less will go into some channels (“savings”), and more into others.
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Rotary, Interact and the Future

Rotary Interact -- Bob Traitz, a Rotarian from the newly formed Allendale/Saddle River Club held an Interact Conference at the Cornerstone Church in Wyckoff. For those that don’t know, Interact is Rotary International’s club for high school students. Recently, the age level was lowered to include many React Club members. Each club is sponsored by Rotary Clubs in their immediate area. The students are taught to have their clubs self sustaining, self governing and self supporting. A Rotarian from the sponsoring Club is assigned to work with the group along with a mentor from the teaching staff.

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