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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Monday, December 05 2016 @ 07:30 AM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Monday, December 05 2016 @ 07:30 AM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital Named To U.S. News Media Group’s ‘2011-12 Best Children’s Hospitals’


Ranked in Top 50 for Neurology and Neurosurgery

The Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) announced today that it was named to U.S. News Media Group’s Best Hospitals ranking as one of the top 50 in the specialty of neurology and neurosurgery, now available online at www.usnews.com/childrenshospitals. The Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital is the only hospital in New Jersey ever to be ranked in a Best Children’s Hospitals specialty.

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Yale Alumni Give Back in a Worldwide Day of Service


New York City Area Yale Alumni Working at More than 20 Sites on May 14
On Saturday, May 14, more than 3,000 Yale University alumni, family and friends will make a difference in their local communities in Connecticut, across the United States, and around the world, as part of the third global Yale Day of Service.

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Hat Attack



The British are coming. The British are coming ... and wearing hats, of course! The royals across the pond have always had a penchant for donning dramatic headwear, and with the upcoming wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William, hats are once again making a fashion statement here and abroad.
But most of us probably won't be topping our spring outfits off with a daring hat like the ones London milliner Philip Treacy has designed for the likes of Lady Gaga and the royal wedding party. Instead, we may choose one of the big brim straw hats to wear to a festive occasion right here at home. Kentucky Derby party anyone? And we all know about the trick of plopping on a baseball cap for a bad hair day!

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Nonprofit Organizations Need to be Entrepreneurial in Fundraising


Bergen Community College
Bergen Community College Symposium Explores Creative Approaches

Nonprofit executives and business and community leaders shared their insights on the need for organizations to be entrepreneurial with engaging volunteers and generating financial support for their causes during a symposium sponsored by the Bergen Community College Nonprofit Leadership Institute held on May 6.

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Lumenpulse Lumenbeam LBX Wins LFI Innovation Award For Best Floodlights Theatrical, Specialty Luminaires at Lightfair 2011


Designed for architectural flood lighting applications, Lumenbeam LBX offers simple maintenance, component replacement without having to replace the luminaire

Lumenpulse Inc., a leading innovator and manufacturer of high performance, architectural LED-based lighting solutions for commercial, institutional, and urban environments, announced that its Lumenbeam LBX received a LFI INNOVATION AWARD for Best Floodlights, Theatrical, Specialty Luminaires, awarded at LIGHTFAIR 2011.

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Customer Appreciation Barbecue Fairway Market’s “Thank You For Your Patronage”


Will Be Held On Saturday, May 21st In The Parking Lot Of The Paramus Store; Free Food, Music, Giveaways!!!!!

The parking lot of Fairway Market in Paramus (30 East Ridgewood Avenue) will be where Fairway says ‘thank you’ to its loyal customers with free food, drinks and entertainment from 11 am to 3 pm on Saturday, May 21, 2011. Dozens of vendors will be offering drinks, desserts, salads and sides to go along with the grilled hot dogs and sausages to be enjoyed throughout the day. There will be fresh pulled mozzarella and breads to dip in olive oils at the Fairway table.

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Memorial Service By The Paramus Police Department And PBA Local 186


Memorial Service

Lest We Forget: the intent of the Memorial Service was moved indoors to the Life Safety Building due to inclement weather. As always, the pomp and decorum of the Paramus Police Department was impressive and a deserving tribute to our Paramus Police Department officers, past and present. The Paramus Police Ceremonial Honor Color Guard with their rigid military poise sets the scene. After the national anthem and a moment of silence, the invocation was given by Chaplain Larry Evans.

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Poppin' Bottles with the BeAHead Case


Be A Headcase
The iPhone 4 is quickly becoming the most popular phone today.  The great thing about that is the plethora of cases available to you because of this.  If you ever wish you could open a beer bottle with your newly brought iPhone, Other World Computing has the case for you.  Coated in mattle black shaped by hard plastic into a sliding case, the "BeAHead" case works great slide on iPhone case with some added benefits.

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NJ Welcomes Dickey's Barbecue Pit with First Location Expanding to Hoboken


Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, the largest quick-serve barbecue chain in the country, continues to grow as the initial plans begin to open the first franchise location in New Jersey. “Being from Texas, I grew up with Dickey's BBQ. Since moving to the northeast, I've had a chance to have some of the very best food from a variety of cuisines, but I never felt like the barbecue came close to what I was able to get back home in Texas. So I decided to do something about it,” said the new owner/operator Alan Cohen, a graduate of Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
This is the first Dickey’s Barbecue franchise opportunity for Cohen.

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Helping Hands - King Lai Dance Assists Maywood Rotary To Raise Funds For Kenya School


Kenya School Project
King Lai Cultural Dance Studio teamed up with Maywood Rotary to perform at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Paramus. All proceeds, $1306.00, went to the Maywood Rotary Kenya School Project. Reverend Dr. Samuel Stone gave a blessing to the audience and the performers. District Governor Nominee Elect, Bonnie Sirower, introduced the Kenya Project. Margaret Lam & David Yen, New Jersey Chinese Festival, co-sponsors were also introduced to the large audience. It was learned that Rotarians from as far as Jersey City traveled to Paramus to assist in this fundraiser.

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