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Paramus Police Officer Down

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Those are dreadful words to be issued over the police radio and to the public at large. Paramus just experienced that situation when Rachel Morgan was the recipient of gunshot wounds resulting from a high speed auto chase and a traffic stop. Fortunately she had immediate backup from Police Officer Hayo and then from other Paramus Police Officers. She was transported to Hackensack University Medical Center and was operated upon for wounds that bypassed her bulletproof vest. The latest word is that she will survive these critical wounds. Mayor Rich LaBarbiera contacted the heads of the Paramus Borough Departments and asked them to discuss the matter with him.

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Paramus Public Library Holds Second Chinese New Year Celebration

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With the help of Whole Foods (Bergen Town Center) who supplied all the ingredients, multi-talented Sophie Stone and her mother prepared vegetable and meat dumplings and also showed about 20 youngsters how to make them. From the Library, Annie Miller, Youth Services and Alexa Soto, Librarian, also pitched in. A friend, Christine Wu also helped. Librarian Len LoPinto and PR person Donna Perkosky also checked in to make sure that everything went smoothly.

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Mayor and Council Meeting 2-8-2011

Prior to the business section of the Mayor and Council, Mayor Rich LaBarbiera acting as spokesman for the entire Council discussed the shooting incident of Paramus Police Officer Rachel Morgan. He explained the steps that were taken and the positive actions of the Paramus Police Department as well as his own. This was the first shooting in Paramus in thirty-five years. It was the first of a female officer! www.ParamusPost.com has just learned that the civilian involved in the shootout, Michael Sean Carmody, was pronounced dead at 1502 hours on Wednesday, February 9, 2011.

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Valentine’s Day Tasting Events At Whole Foods Market Paramus

On Saturday, February 12th and Sunday, February 13th 2011, Whole Foods Market Paramus will celebrate Valentine’s Day with our customers.

Saturday’s celebration will include:
• Valentine’s Day sampling to highlight each department’s favorite romantic dishes
• Paramus’ own Healthy Eating Specialist Holly teaching a healthy chocolate infusion class.
• Live fillet of a 100 lb Opah fish and sampling of Opah fish recipes.
• Floral specialists on hand to wrap custom bouquets as well as an abundance of fresh grab and go arrangements.

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Diabetes Education Meeting In Paramus

The Paramus Board of Health, in conjunction with the Diabetes Foundation, is sponsoring a public education meeting entitled “Diabetes, Obesity and Cancer: Is There a Connection?” on Wednesday, March 2, 2011 at 7:00 pm at the Life Safety Building on Carlough Drive. Our guest speaker is Joseph Giangola, MD., Department of Internal Medicine, Chief Diabetic Section, Hackensack University Medical Center.

For further information and directions, please contact the Paramus Board of Health’s Public Health Nurses at 201-265-2100, Ext. 615 or 618, or the Diabetes Foundation at 201-444-0337. Light refreshments will be served.

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K Of C Hosting St. Patrick’s Dinner Dance

The Knights of Columbus of Washington Township, Mother Seton Council #5427, is hosting a St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance on Saturday, March 12, from 7 to 11 p.m. at its hall located at 79 Pascack Road. Dinner is the traditional corned beef and cabbage with all the trimmings, including dessert and coffee, and there will be an open bar for the entire evening.

The McLaughlin Irish Dancers are on the program and will perform after dinner. They are wonderful young Irish-American dancers who aspire to compete in Ireland next summer. Not only are we entertained by this fine talent, we support their dancing careers. Dan Boyce, a fine young bagpiper who entertained us last year, will be back again. Sound Illusions is providing music with a distinctive Irish flavor mixed with a lively variety of other dance tunes. Some sing-a-long tunes are also on the agenda.

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"Shaggy” Auto Accessories Bring A Uniquely Decorative Look & Feel To The Market

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A company long known for having some of the most innovative car accessories on the market is launching a new line of creative, automotive products that are driving up retail sales in stores nationally. Bell Automotive has designed a unique line of “shaggy” seat covers and steering wheel covers made of microfiber never before used on seat covers or steering wheel covers. Of course, decorative auto accessories like fuzzy dice or funky steering wheels are nothing new, but this new microfiber shag material from Bell has a unique, tactile feel that creates a whole new driving experience for motorists.

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Mental Health Facilities, Environmentally Friendly Buildings, Privatization & Veteran Support Top Thursday Assembly Agendas

Testimony on the future of mental health facilities in New Jersey and stricter oversight of privatization contracts and legislation to promote environmentally friendly building construction and create a veteran-to-veteran support program top Thursday’s Assembly committee agendas.

The hearings are slated to begin at 10 a.m. They will be streamed live at http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/media/live_audio.asp.

Highlights include:
• The Assembly Human Services Committee will meet at 1 p.m. to hear testimony on the Mental Health Facilities Evaluation Task Force’s recommendations. It will also consider legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle (D-Bergen) to permit the Legislature to void closings of state psychiatric hospitals or developmental centers.

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Continued Sluggish Economy Has Charities On The Ropes

Fundraising Expert Gail Perry has Four Strategies to Help Them Weather The Economic Storm

Whether you’re trying to raise funds with a small PTA bake sale or a major college scholarship, it’s tougher and tougher to get potential donors to part with their dollars.

How can charities compete in these rough economic waters? Gail Perry, a nationally recognized fundraising expert and author of “Fired Up Fundraising” says that if you want to be on donors’ short list of favorite charities, be sure you give them what they are looking for today.

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