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Police officers gear up in support of Andiamo Benefit Motorcycle Run


When the 2010 Andiamo Benefit Motorcycle Run takes off from the Andiamo Restaurant in Haworth at 10:20 AM sharp on Sunday, September 12, it will be thanks to the dedicated efforts of a faithful crew of volunteers, including police officers from many towns. Countless hours of hard work make the Andiamo Run a favorite that has attracted thousands of participants since it began in 2000. Always eagerly awaited, the annual event will raise funds for the new emergency care center at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, the NJ Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics and other local worthy causes.
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Stevens Institute of Technology Awarded NJ Department of Education Mathematics and Science Partnership Program

Grants supports intensive program with school districts across New Jersey

The Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) at Stevens Institute of Technology has been awarded a three-year, $1.7 million Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) grant from the New Jersey Department of Education’s Office of Mathematics and Science Education. The program focuses on the preparation of K-12 teachers in mathematics and science to serve as the primary vehicle to enhance student achievement, interest and participation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
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Turn-Key Social Media Management for Small Business: Best Tools, Tips and Practices on a Shoestring Budget.

Cindy Speaker has been called the secret weapon of some of the top plaintiff law firms in the country. She is the owner of Speaker Media and Marketing, LLC and has been coaching and consulting for trial attorneys over the last 15 years. Next week Speaker and her team open registration for a new training program that will be geared not only to attorneys and other professionals, but also to small business owners in general
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HHS and CMS Officials Celebrate 45 Years of Health Security through Medicare, Release New Ad Featuring Andy Griffith

New CMS Administrator to host 45th Anniversary Webchat at 12:30 PM 

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services celebrates the 45th anniversary of Medicare, the Federal health care program that guarantees health security and coverage for people over 65 and younger people with disabilities, and is releasing a new advertisement featuring Andy Griffith describing important improvements to Medicare made by the Affordable Care Act in advance of Medicare Open Enrollment. The new ad can be seen by visiting www.Medicare.gov .
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Make The Grade: School Uniform Try-On Events At The Lands’ End Shops At Sears In Paramus, N.J. and Yonkers, N.Y.

Save 15 percent on purchases during the event; Register a school for a chance to win $1,000

This season, Lands’ End makes it easier for parents and kids to try before they buy with its largest ever selection of school uniform items in-store. On Saturday, Aug. 14, 2010 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., take a field trip to the Lands’ End Shops at Sears to receive 15 percent off purchases and register a school into a drawing for a chance to win $1,000. The first 50 kids at the event will receive a free backpack. Lands’ End School Uniform experts will be available to answer parents’ questions.
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Quigley, Prieto, Wagner, Christie Film Tax Credit Suspension Makes North Bergen, State Special Victim

Governor’s Suspension Costing North Bergen 200 Jobs, State Coffers $55 Million

Assembly members Joan M. Quigley, Vincent Prieto and Connie Wagner Thursday again took Gov. Chris Christie to task for suspending the state’s $10 million film tax credit for one year, a move which forced the production unit for “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” to move from North Bergen, New Jersey to Chelsea Piers, New York, costing the state far more than was saved.

“In his short-sighted effort to get the budget to balance by any means necessary, Gov. Christie has once again wound up costing the state more money that would have been saved,” said Quigley (D-Hudson), a member of the Assembly Budget Committee who represents North Bergen. “The show’s production unit pumped $55 million annually into the state’s economy. We lost that revenue forever to save $10 million for one year.”
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Residents Enjoy High Tea at The Allendale Community for Mature Living


Residents at The Atrium were recently treated to an afternoon Victorian Tea Party, which included an assortment of teas, sandwiches and sweets. To add an authentic touch, Mary Stampleman, ADC, Director of Therapeutic Recreation and Community Relations for The Atrium, displayed her collection of Victorian remembrance cups, buttons and butter dishes for residents and guests. (L-R) Atrium resident Stella Dukes and her daughter Carol Browne enjoyed a spot of tea while perusing the authentic Victorian pieces.
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August Calendar of Events For Whole Foods Market - Paramus

Whole Foods Market in Paramus N.J. will be hosting many Family oriented events and classes that are geared for any age. Kids’ cooking classes, an outdoor Summer Concert Series and a store tasting highlighting summer barbeques complete a full calendar for the month of August. At Whole Foods Market Paramus at the Bergen Town Center on Route 4 East in Paramus NJ

Value Nights – Every Monday Night 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. FREE
It’s time to learn about the newest deals at Whole Foods Market Paramus. Each week a different department will host value night where they will sample value meals and hand out new recipes that you can try yourself. This is a deal that cannot be passed up!
Monday, August 9th Value Night – Grocery
Monday, August 23rd Value Night - Bakery
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The Residences at Palmer Square Offers Something for Everyone With a Variety Of One-Of-A-Kind Floorplans


New Development Offers Luxury Living In the Heart Of Princeton

While many condominium developments -- even the upscale ones -- offer only cookie-cutter designs, The Residences at Palmer Square, a luxury condominium development in the heart of downtown Princeton, offers one-of-a-kind designs that appeal to a wide range of buyers. The Residences at Palmer Square's extraordinarily spacious three-bedroom townhouses and condominiums appeal to buyers with children, while the two-bedroom homes appeal to buyers whose children are grown or who are about to leave the nest, and to those with no children.
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Bergen Community College’s Ciarco Center in Hackensack Hosts Colombian Art Exhibition

In recognition of the city’s “Colombian Cultural Week,” July 10 – 26, the Bergen Community College Philip J. Ciarco Jr. Learning Center, 355 Main Street, has partnered with Club Colombia USA to host an art exhibition featuring work from local Colombian artists. Various pieces of art, including paintings and sculptures will be displayed in the front gallery of the Ciarco Center until Friday, September 24.

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