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Keep Our Kids Safe; Keep Our Town Together Say Paramus Volunteers

A Safe Halloween in Paramus - A Safe Halloween was in the thoughts of our Fire Departments and Rescue Squad. With that in mind, they arranged for elaborate Halloween displays along with all the goodies. Starting at Fire House 2 on Spring Valley Road, they made all the Trick or Treaters welcome. To the credit of all the companies involved, that included the adults accompanying them. It also included NJ Assemblywoman Connie Wagner who we encountered at Fire House 3 before she visited the Rescue Squad.
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At the next Master Gardener meeting, Kathleen Gagan, owner of "Peonys Envy" will be presenting a special program on "Peony's in the Garden".

Learn from a veteran peony grower the “ins” and “outs” of successfully growing peonies in your garden. Peony's come in many colors and forms, there are Peony's for sun and for shade. Learn about site selection, soil conditions, light requirements, planting, plant expectations, how to have beautiful cut flowers, fall care, diseases/insects, ants and transplanting/ dividing peonies.
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CHAKRA RESTAURANT Teaming with Michael Trujillo of SEQUOIA GROVE for a Superb Wine Dinner on Monday, Nov. 9th!

CHAKRA is thrilled to host an extraordinary evening of wine and food with Michael Trujillo, Director of Winemaking and President of Sequoia Grove

Michael Trujillo's Bordeaux-style wines show varietal expression, structure and balance with a true sense of place. His is a fresh approach
yielding modern-day liquid treasures.
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Bergen Foundation Announces New Officers and Members to its Board of Directors

The Bergen Community College Foundation recently announced the appointment of new officers and members to the Foundation Board of Directors for the 2009-2010 fiscal year. The board is comprised of community leaders from the public and private sectors who work closely with the College to develop fundraising opportunities to meet the needs of the institution.

The Foundation elected the following new officers to the Board of Directors:
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Best-Selling Author James Patterson Comes to Paramus!

Monday November 16, 2009 at 7:00 PM

Best-selling author James Patterson will join us for a discussion, Q&A and signing of his book, I, Alex Cross, which releases that day. Number 15 in the series, I, Alex Cross is James Patterson's most suspenseful Alex Cross novel yet. Astonishing plot twists and electrifying revelations will keep readers on the edge of their seat.
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A Night of Food, Wine and Fun

A Night of Food, Wine and Fun Braving torrential rain and flooded roads, nearly 200 supporters of Children’s Aid and Family Services attended the annual Wine and Food Tasting Evening on Saturday, October 24, 2009, at St. Leon’s Church in Fair Lawn, NJ. The programs supported by the event focus on infants and young children in the agency’s care. They include Baby Basics, which provides free nutritional formula and diapers to low-income families with children ages 2 and younger, and the Turrell Child Care & Early Learning Center.
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Mayor and Council Meeting 10-27-09

Meeting 10-27-09 Despite the inclement weather and Council absenteeism, Mayor Tedesco held the Paramus Borough Council meeting. He explained that Councilwoman Cathy Bentz was attending the wake of a dear friend and Councilman Fred Hayo was watching over his son who just had a serious operation. The Mayor mentioned that the Board of Health was undertaking legislation to ban e-cigarettes, the first BoH in the state to do so. Former Paramus Councilwoman and now State Assemblywoman Connie Wagner is sponsoring legislation at the state level.
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On Veterans Day New Jersey Applebee’s Serve Free Meals To Those Who Have Served:

NJ Applebee’s Invite U.S. Veterans and Active Duty Military to Enjoy Free Entrée this November 11

Did you know that there are 23.6 million U.S. veterans in the United States, including 9.3 million over the age of 65 and 7.9 million Vietnam-era veterans? This Veterans Day, Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar ® restaurants throughout New Jersey are serving free entrees to our veterans and active duty military for proudly serving our country.
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Bergen Community College Women’s Volleyball Team Digs Pink

Dig Pink
Team Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Initiative at Recent Tournament

The Bergen Community College women’s volleyball team digs pink – and we’re not talking about fashion.

In order to serve up a message of breast cancer awareness, the team is participating in the Side-Out Foundation’s near-900-college “Dig Pink” effort to raise funds in support of breast cancer research.
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Dogs Need Proper Exercise Regimens Year-Round, Even in Cold Weather

Proper Dog Walking Brings Peace to the Pack, Simulates Primal Pack Hunt for Food

Colder weather often means less exercise for dogs, which need at least 30 minutes of daily aerobic exercise. According to Chris Rago, owner of Pet’s Best Friend NJ, a division of Oradell, NJ-based Doggy Deuce Removal Service, www.doggydeucerml.com, “Dogs, like people, are healthier and happier when they get proper exercise, even when the temperatures drop.

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