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St. Joseph’s Healthcare System Goes “Over the Edge” for Girl Scouts

PATERSON, NJ [September 24, 2015] – David Alexander, Chief Financial Officer, St. Joseph’s Healthcare System, and Shaundra McCarter, Child Life Specialist, St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital (pictured right to left), went “Over the Edge” in support of the Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey and the surrounding communities on Saturday, September 19th. Alexander and McCarter rappelled down One Garret Mountain Plaza, a nine story building in Woodland Park, to raise awareness of the community programs.  

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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Decides To Hold A Monday Night Meet & Greet Meeting at Nanni's Ristorante

Paramus Sunrise Meet and Greet Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club President Bassam Mhich has decided to vary the Tuesday morning club's meetings including one evening meeting per month at Nanni's Ristorante in Rochelle Park. That meeting, a Meet & Greet, will be held on the Monday preceding the 4th Tuesday of the Month. Nanni's, a prestigious restaurant has been helping the club to get established by supply sumptuous meals along with excellent service and a private room. The club will welcome newcomers and guests at this informal meeting.
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Bergen Awarded $2.6 Million Federal Grant

PARAMUS, N.J. – Selected from more than 300 applications, U.S. Education Department officials have awarded a $2.6 million “First in the World” grant to Bergen Community College. Only six community colleges earned shares of the $60 million program developed by the Obama administration to fund projects supporting innovative teaching and learning practices, assessment and developmental education. In all, 17 colleges in 14 states received grants as part of the program, with Bergen serving as the lone New Jersey representative.

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Mom 101: Lead Poisoning Prevention and Creating a Healthy Home

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center to host free seminar (Englewood, NJ, September 22, 2015) – The Childbirth Education Department at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (EHMC) is offering Mom 101, a free educational seminar series that provides guidance and support to new and expectant parents, on Thursday, October 15 from 6:00 p.m. — 7:00 p.m. in Conference Rooms A and B at EHMC.
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Tedesco to Undergo Back Surgery

(Hackensack)- On Wednesday, September 23, 2015, Bergen County Executive James J. Tedesco III will undergo surgery. Alicia D’Alessandro, Director of Communications for the County Executive, released the following statement:

“For the past two months, County Executive Jim Tedesco has been receiving treatment for severe back pain. Despite experiencing significant pain on a daily basis, he has maintained a full schedule.  Over the last two weeks, this pain has worsened and he has not experienced the relief he and his physicians had hoped for.  In order to expedite the healing process, the County Executive will undergo back surgery tomorrow.

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FirstLight HomeCare Sponsors Blood Drive

GLEN ROCK, N.J. (September 23, 2015) — FirstLight HomeCare of Glen Rock is sponsoring a blood drive from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. on October 15 at Community Church of Glen Rock, located at 354 Rock Rd., Glen Rock, Fellowship Hall.

“If you have not needed a blood transfusion, it is likely that you know a friend, neighbor or family member who has needed one,” said Boyd Lowry, owner of FirstLight HomeCare of Glen Rock. “Blood donation is a community responsibility, and as part of the Glen Rock community we wanted to help residents provide for each other.”

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City of Newark Kicks Off 350th Anniversary with Free “Family Fun Festival”at Military Park on Saturday Afternoon, October 17th

Newark Celebration 350 Plans Spectacular Party to Launch 2016’s Year-Long Program of Events and Activities for the Entire Community
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NEWARK, NJ – Sept. 22, 2015 --The Newark Celebration 350 Committee (NC350) and the Military Park Partnership announced today that it will host a full day of family-friendly events in the newly renovated Military Park on Saturday, October 17 from 11 a.m. to 5p.m. to help kick off Newark’s 350th Anniversary and preview plans for a year-long celebration in 2016. Anchoring the day will be a parade, a series of live concerts and performances, arts and crafts, various demonstrations and global cuisine representing all the communities of Newark. NC350 is a broad coalition of arts, community, academic, business and government organizations all based in Newark.

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The Provident Bank Expands Award-Winning Financial Literacy Program to Over 30 High Schools

Served 1300 number of students since 2012

ISELIN, NEW JERSEY (SEPTEMBER 22, 2015): The Provident Bank has announced the growth of its financial literacy program known as Provident BFF (Becoming Financially Fit) powered by EverFi, to more than 30 schools across New Jersey and Pennsylvania. In addition, the bank has expanded their program to include an adult financial literacy program.

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Applebee’s® Neighborhood Grill & Bar in Piscataway Announces First Responders Appreciation Day

Casual-Dining Chain to Offer Free Meals for First Responders and Guns and Hoses on September 27

Allendale, NJ (September 21, 2015) – Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar® today announced that in recognition of annual First Responder Appreciation Day on Sunday, September 27, it will offer one FREE entrée to the hardworking and courageous men and women who protect and serve at its Piscataway restaurant.

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Save Over $100.00 On Keyless Remote Car Transponders At Sears In Hackensack

Keyless Shop At Sears After 12 years, my keyless remote door opener was wearing out. Replacing the battery and cleaning the contacts held temporarily, but soon depleted itself. Noticing an ad in the newspapers about the Keyless Shop At Sears, a trip there proved fruitless: they did not have my transponder in stock. At a later visit to fix my unit, the transponder was now available. The man behind the counter was very polite, fixed my older remote and then made available a replacement for $40.00 including adjusting it to my vehicle. In addition, he made sure that my extra remote was also clued in.

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