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Teams Of 'Bravest' Compete In Fairway Firefighter's Food Face-off At Fairway Market In Paramus, New Jersey

In lieu of helmets, hoses, and axes, New Jersey’s bravest will instead don aprons, barbecue tongs, and basting brushes when they compete in Fairway’s Firefighters Food Face-Off, a grilling “throwdown” that will pit several of New Jersey’s firehouses against one another to prove which one’s barbecue is best, on Wednesday, August 18 at noon in the parking lot behind Fairway’s Paramus store location, Fashion Center Mall on Route 17 in North Paramus, NJ. (RAIN OR SHINE)
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NAIOP NJ-Jeffrey J. Siegel Golf Classic Slated for September 20

The Day-long Event will take Place at the Famed Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus

The annual NAIOP NJ-Jeffrey J. Siegel Golf Classic is on tap for September 20 at the renowned Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus. The day-long event will be replete with lunch, a golf clinic, cocktail reception and networking buffet dinner. Ridgewood Country Club will host the prestigious Barclay's Golf Tournament featuring the world's top golf pros just three weeks before the NAIOP NJ-Jeffrey J. Siegel Golf Classic.
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Angels Of Hope Foundation Sells Tickets 'Fore' Charity

The Angels of Hope Foundation, which benefits Women’s Health at the John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC), has been chosen as the select charity of choice at this year’s PGA Tour Barclay’s FedEx Cup event. The Barclays FedEx Cup Golf Tournament will be held August 26 – 29 at Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus.
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Country Western Day a Hit at The Allendale Community for Mature Living

The Allendale Community for Mature Living recently hosted a special Country Western-themed day for all three levels of senior living at the community. In the spirit of the celebration, residents and staff dressed in true country attire by wearing denim, straw hats and bandanas.

Country music floated from the speakers as residents and staff put on a festive show. Allendale Nursing Home residents (L-R) Gertrude Mack and Elizabeth Jacobus eagerly await the afternoon performance.
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Teaneck Emergency Responders Get a Show of Support From Heritage Pointe of Teaneck

Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, a full-service rental retirement community, recently hosted an Emergency Services Appreciation Barbeque for the town’s emergency response personnel. The community invited members of the Teaneck police and fire departments, volunteer ambulance corps, and Holy Name Medical Center’s EMS unit to enjoy summer barbeque fare and some social time with Heritage Pointe residents and staff.
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Affordable Care Act Offers Prescription Drug Cost Relief to 34,593 Medicare Beneficiaries in New Jersey

New Law Offers One-Time, $250 Rebate Checks for Eligible Medicare Beneficiaries in the Medicare Part D Donut Hole

Today, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced that the third round of one-time, tax-free $250 rebate checks have been mailed to eligible Medicare beneficiaries whose drug costs are so high they have reached the Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage gap known as the “donut hole.” Experts estimate that more than a quarter of Part D enrollees hit the donut hole and often stop following their drug regimen as a result of the added cost burden. The $250 rebates will go a long way in preventing seniors from having to make such difficult and almost certainly harmful health decisions.
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Little League District 4 First Games, 10 - 11 Year Old Finals

Little League State Finals Mayor Tedesco pitched the first ball of this exciting opening series and a good pitch it was. Accompanying him were Council people Alan Brundage, Rich LaBarbiera and Maureen O’Brien. He could be seen proudly carrying that ball as he left the field! After the opening ceremony, we were told that Sunnybrae and Mendham were playing the first game and that Linwood and Livingston would be playing the second game of the series. Mendham was selected as the home team for the first game which they won by a score of 6 – 5. Linwood won the second game against Livingston with a score of 8 – 7.
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Paramus Hosts 2010 District 4 Little League State Finals

Paramus Little League Dinner Tom Reibesell, my good friend (and chiropractor) called me the other day to alert www.ParamusPost.com that a big coup had been done. Paramus was going to be host to the Final Four 10 and 11 year old District 4 State Finals. As Vice-President of the Paramus League, he extended an invitation to attend their kickoff dinner held at the Elks on Friday evening. Brian Casey, League President not only approved, but extended a warm welcome. Another longtime friend, Pat Verile, did the emcee work and supplied the DJ music.
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Trinity Presyterian Church in Paramus to Hold Vacation Bible School

Trinity Presbyterian Church in Paramus invites all area residents to SonQuest Rainforest – Vacation Bible School 2010, to be held on August 23-27, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon

SunQuest Rainforest Vacation Bible School: Come on a quest with us as we embark upon a journey to the rainforest! We are very excited about this year's VBS program at Trinity Presbyterian Church: "SunQuest Rainforest -- Follow Jesus on a Life-Changing Adventure!". The children will have five days of discovery through stories, songs, crafts, games, and even snacks! It will not only give them the knowledge of God's Word, but also the opportunity to respond to his truth by living out their Christian faith. We would like to invite you to join us in making this year's program a wonderful experience.
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Social Security Board of Trustees: Long-Range Financing Outlook Remains Unchanged

The Social Security Board of Trustees today released its annual report on the financial health of the Social Security Trust Funds and the long-range outlook remains unchanged. The combined assets of the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) Trust Funds will be exhausted in 2037, the same as projected last year. The Trustees also project that program costs will exceed tax revenues in 2010 and 2011, be less than tax revenues in 2012 through 2014, and then permanently exceed tax revenues beginning 2015, one year earlier than estimated in last year’s report. The worsening of the short-range outlook for the Social Security Trust Funds is due in large part to the recent economic downturn.

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