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Paramus Residents Unite to Save Our Wetlands

Paramus Wetlands www.ParamusPost.com    went on a tour of the wetlands that have been the topic of discussion about ‘To build or not to build’. Enlisting the aid of Ed Onorato, an avid supporter of Save Our Wetlands, we had an educational tour of the area and received firsthand knowledge of the woods and what it contributes as wetlands. The 35 acres that it encompasses, although in Paramus, will affect the adjacent towns if they are demolished and construction takes place.
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Find the Most Popular Baby Names in New Jersey for 2009 at WWW.SOCIALSECURITY.GOV

Everett M. Lo
Regional Public Affairs Office
Social Security Administration - New York Region

The Social Security Administration today announced the most popular baby names in New Jersey for 2009. Continuing a popular Mother’s Day tradition, last Friday the federal government’s top official for baby names, Michael J. Astrue, Commissioner of Social Security, announced the nation’s most popular baby names.
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Jasey, Voss & Moriarty Bill To Create Public School Choice Program Advances In Senate

Education Reform Would Enact Permanent Program to Allow Children to Move To Different Districts

Education reform legislation Assemblywomen Mila Jasey and Joan Voss and Assemblyman Paul Moriarty sponsored to create a permanent public school choice program to allow parents to move their children to schools located across district lines is advancing in the Senate.
"Public school choice is an important step to ensuring each child has the ability to attend a school that is best-suited to their individual needs and talents," said Jasey (D-Essex), a former member of the South Orange-Maplewood Board of Education.
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Englewood Hospital Celebrates Humanism in Patient Care


Four hundred elegantly attired and smiling guests celebrated the fifth anniversary of The Russell and Angelica Berrie Center for Humanistic Care and Englewood Hospital and Medical Center’s commitment to humanism on May 8 at the Medical Center’s annual Black Tie Gala. More than $500,000 was raised. “It is the caring nature of people such as our Gala supporters who make the success of Englewood Hospital and Medical Center possible,” said Douglas A. Duchak, president and CEO of the Medical Center. “On behalf of the Medical Center’s extended family, especially our patients, I thank them all.”
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Assembly Budget Committee To Convene Newark Public Hearing On Gov. Christie Budget Plan

More than 100 People Signed Up to Testify.
The Assembly Budget Committee will host a public hearing in Newark on Monday on Gov. Christie’s budget proposal.
The hearing is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m. at the New Jersey Dental School’s Oral Health Pavilion at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey at 50 12th Ave.
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Lorraine Amendola Joins Heritage Pointe of Teaneck as Life Enrichment Director


Lorraine Amendola
Programming Professional Brings Wealth of Experience and Ideas to Rental Retirement Community

Heritage Pointe of Teaneck announces the addition of Life Enrichment Director Lorraine Amendola to the professional staff of the full-service rental retirement community. Amendola oversees the planning and execution of all programs for the community’s residents, which encompass a wide range of cultural outings, educational lectures and entertainment events.
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Vacation Relations

Spring is sprung, and summer isn't far behind. So what happens to vacation celebrations when addiction gets in the way?

Dear Mr. Moyers: For our son's high-school graduation, we've planned all year to celebrate with a family trip to Disney World. The problem is my husband. He is a Vietnam vet with post-traumatic stress disorder whose drinking is really starting to take a toll on us now. He needs help; he wants help. We want him to get help. He's actually set to go into treatment, but we just learned from the rehab center that it won't be complete before we are scheduled to go on this vacation. What comes first, treatment or this long-awaited (and expensive) family vacation? — Marjorie L., Silver Spring, Md.
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Voluteers


I was driving west on Ridgewood Road approaching the intersection of Pascack Rd. I was singing along with the group Santana, which isn’t that easy since a lot of their stuff is in Spanish and I, well, "No hablo Espanol". I saw that I had a red light ahead of me and I thought: "Oh not again!" What I saw next caused me reflexively to utter "Oh no!" There were three maybe four of them with those little yellow aprons, each holding a little bucket-the volunteers!
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Open House NYC on NBC visits the Designer Showhouse of New Jersey

The Designer Showhouse of New Jersey was recently featured on Open House New York City. Referred to as the “ultimate staged property,” the Showhouse was the focus for interviews with four participating designers: Jack Levy (the Great Room), Jennifer McGee (the Breakfast Room), Kim O’Connor (the Library), and Jill Haden (the Entry Foyer ). Click here to see the segment: For more information about all the designers, decorative artists and landscapers taking part in this year’s Showhouse, click here. Please note that you can meet them in person on Saturday, May 22 at “Meet the Designer Day” at the Showhouse (details below).
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Prestige Review Group recently donated $2000 to the American Red Cross Haiti Relief Fund


Ray Shepherd, CEO of the American Red Cross of Northern NJ and Christopher Rim
In a unique fund raising approach, the Prestige Review Group recently donated $2000 to the American Red Cross Haiti Relief Fund by tutoring students in the Englewood Paramus school area.

Led by Christopher Rim, the Prestige Review Group donated proceeds earned from tutoring students in mathematics, writing, reading, and study and testing skills.

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