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10 Steps to Improving Your Local Economy

Recently, most of America's industry has been "outsourced" overseas, causing a loss of jobs and the disintegration of hometowns built around factories. Our current recession is an indication that this global economy is not working. Economist and author Michael Shuman said recently "about 42 percent of our economy is 'place based,' or created through small, locally owned businesses." This means that almost half our economy depends upon small independent businesses that make up the backbone of our hometowns.
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Mexican Passover at Rosa Mexicano w/FREE cooking demo March 27 at 10 a.m.

Mexican Passover at Rosa Mexicano
Available March 24th through April 5th
FREE Cooking Demonstration March 27th at 10:00 am

Haroset Tropical / Tropical Haroset
A blend of tropical fruits, nuts and sweet wine. Served with matzoh
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Job or No Job, He's Still Her Hero

On her husband's last day on the job, Renee Spencer sent me the kind of e-mail that could have come from a devoted spouse living just about anywhere in America.

I do not know Renee, but that didn't matter. She is a blue-collar worker's wife in Ashtabula, Ohio, reaching out to another wife, whose working-class roots run deep in that same small town.
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The Deem-o-crats' Towering Deception

If you cannot trust government's numbers, you cannot trust government's words. This is the lesson of the House Democrats' desperate promotion of a phony-baloney Congressional Budget Office analysis of their latest health care takeover package.
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Wagner: Christie Plan To Repeal Bergen County Blue Law Is Misguided & Gimmicky

Assemblywoman Connie Wagner
Assemblywoman Connie Wagner (D-Bergen) on Wednesday said Gov. Chris Christie should be focusing his attention on revising his tax-laden budget proposal, not repealing Bergen County’s longstanding ban on Sunday business. Christie’s tax-increase budget plan relies on a $65 million in revenue from repealing Bergen County’s law, which has enjoyed longtime public support and withstood legal challenges and a 1993 referendum seeking to overturn it.
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Community Blood Services at Fairway Market

Community Blood Services at Fairway Market Looking for donors, one of the Community Blood Services Bloodmobile was parked outside of Fairway Market on a busy Friday. This brought to mind the recent talk by MaryAnn Siniscalchi at the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club. This Bloodmobile, to fill its gas tank takes over $200.00. For people that don’t want to, or can’t, give blood, they can donate a gas tank refill or two. Any contribution is gratefully accepted.
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Architectural Digest Home Design Show Kicks Off

Home Design Show The Architectural Digest Home Design Show kicked off its event today with a special preview session for the DIFFA Dining by Design exhibit and the Go Green Expo. The Design Show is located on Pier 94 in New York City and officially opens for public viewing Friday, March 20th through Sunday, March 21st.
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MaryAnn Siniscalchi Discusses the Community Blood Service at Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club

Sunrise Meeting 3-16-10 The manager of Volunteer Services at Community Blood Services, MaryAnn Siniscalchi chatted with the members of Paramus Sunrise Rotary. While there is always a need for blood, her organization also needs items like a gift card (food or medical) gas money ($200.00 to fill a Bloodmobile tank), medical supplies, office supplies and educational material.
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New Ice Cream Place Opens: I Scream!

My Aunt Dee told me about this new ice cream place that opened up this weekend over in the old P&A Auto Parts store on Ridgewood Ave. After dinner tonight, I took the kids there for a treat. As I walked in the door, I looked behind and what do you know my old photographer was there. I say old because he worked for Kiddie Kandids at Babies R Us and as I’m sure you know that division of BRU was shut down in January. He was an amazing photographer.
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Hunter Douglas Donates $550,000 to Haitian Relief

UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., March 16, 2010 – Hunter Douglas, Inc., the leading manufacturer and marketer of custom window coverings in North America, announced that it has donated a total of $550,000 to two nonprofits – the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and Habitat for Humanity International – to help relieve the suffering and aid the recovery of the Haitian people following the massive earthquake and its terrible aftermath. Each of these worthy organizations was carefully selected and will receive $275,000 for the relief and recovery of the people of Haiti.

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