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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Tuesday, December 06 2016 @ 05:15 AM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Tuesday, December 06 2016 @ 05:15 AM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Rotary Club of Teaneck Celebrates Rotary International's Birthday


The Rotary Club of Teaneck joined Rotarians around the world to celebrate Rotary's 106th anniversary with a variety of activities and drawing attention to the progress that has been made to eradicate polio and the need to finish the job. In four European financial markets: Lisbon; Amsterdam; Brussels; and Paris, representatives of Rotary International and Sanofi Pasteur, a leading provider of polio vaccine, helped ring the opening bell.

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Open House Features Exhibit at Gilda’s Club


The Cultural Outreach Department of Gilda’s Club Northern NJ will be holding an Open House event on Friday, March 4, 2011. The event will give the community an opportunity to tour the recently renovated clubhouse and to learn about the psychosocial programs available at Gilda’s Club NNJ. An art exhibit of ministry as seen through the eyes of a photographer, by local artist Mark Cunningham, will also be featured.

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A Celebration Of The 106th Birthday of Rotary



District Governor: Adele E. Miller and Sunset Rotary President Tom Shea
To celebrate the 106th anniversary of Rotary's founding, Sunset Rotary Club of Glen Rock, Paramus and Ridgewood hosted a special 'birthday' party on February 24th 2011. The food was catered by The BoneFish Grill in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Paramus. Special guests included Adele Miller, Governor of District 7490 and Bonnie Sirower, Governor Designate.

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Heritage Pointe of Teaneck Hosts Intergenerational Dance Recital



Intergenerational Dance Recital
Students from Kirchner’s Dance Studio Share Talents with Retirees
As part of Heritage Pointe’s on-going cultural and intergenerational program offerings, students from Kirchner’s Dance Studio in Ridgefield, N.J., recently hosted a recital for residents of the full-service rental retirement community in Teaneck, N.J. The performance included a wide range of dance genres performed by youngsters who study ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical and hip/hop at the studio, which was founded in 1958 and is under the direction of Deborah Roberts. 

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Accountemps Survey: Managers Caution Against it, But Most Workers Say They Frequently Come to Office Sick


“In sickness and in health” may apply to marriage, but it’s also an increasingly common workplace vow, a new Accountemps survey reveals. Seventy-six percent of employees admitted to at least somewhat frequently coming to work when feeling under the weather. One-third (34 percent) of workers interviewed said when a colleague comes in sick, they worry most about being exposed to his or her illness; only 8 percent are impressed by their coworker’s dedication.

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BoatUS Insurance Offers Valuable a La Carte Features for One Low Price



Premiere Value Package
New “Premiere Value Package” Great for Small or Mid-Sized Boats

ALEXANDRIA, Va., February 24, 2011 – Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) offers a new add-on package of boat insurance policy enhancements for small to mid-sized boats that adds more features, such as $2,500 in personal effects coverage, a low electronics deductible and a depreciation waiver, for one low price.

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Microbrew Beer Tasting and Tailgating Fundraiser, March 4, 2011


Care Plus Foundation will host a Microbrew Beer Tasting and Tailgating Fundraiser at Halo Lounge in Rutherford NJ on Friday, March 4 from 7 to 11 pm. Proceeds from the event will support the programs and clients of Care Plus NJ. The idea is simple but there's nothing 'simple' about the boutique beers featured in the microbrew showcase. With your 'tasting ticket' you can sample 8 uniquely crafted beers and enjoy light, tailgate style appetizers. As for atmosphere, it doesn’t get better than watching the classic rivalry of LSU vs. Texas A&M on Halo’s six 50-inch HD Plasma TVs. As an added bonus, there will be raffles and a halftime box game.

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Care Plus NJ Bergen County Juvenile Fire Prevention Introduces National Initiative to Increase Mental Health Literacy


Chances are if someone you know was having a heart attack, you would know how to help. The warning symptoms are well-known - you would call 911 and, if you knew it, administer CPR. Now think about what you would do if someone you know is having a mental health crisis. How would you help them, would you even know what was wrong in the first place?

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Hackensack University Medical Center Named One of HealthGrades America’s 50 Best Hospitals for the Fifth Year in a Row


Study Ranks Hospital in Top 1% in the Nation

Hackensack University Medical Center’s (HUMC) outstanding clinical quality has again placed it among an elite group of U.S. healthcare facilities: HealthGrades America’s 50 Best Hospitals. HUMC is the only hospital in New Jersey, New York and New England to be named one of America’s 50 Best Hospitals for five consecutive years. To be recognized with this distinction, hospitals must have had risk-adjusted mortality and complication rates that were in the top five percent in the nation for the most consecutive years. On average, patients treated at America’s 50 Best Hospitals had a nearly 30% lower risk of death and 3.45% lower rate of complications.

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HHS Announces $100 Million in Affordable Care Act Grants to Prevent Disease


New Medicaid Prevention Grants Allow States to Pay Incentives to Enrollees Who Adopt Healthy Habits

As part of the nation’s efforts to prevent an increase in the number of people with chronic health conditions, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) today announced a new, $100 million program allowing states to offer incentives to Medicaid enrollees who adopt healthy behaviors such as quitting smoking or losing weight.

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