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Thursday, February 20 2020 @ 05:20 AM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Thursday, February 20 2020 @ 05:20 AM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Leading the Way with a Gentler Approach



Innovative surgeons Silvio Podda, MD, pediatric and adult craniofacial and plastic surgeon.

The head of an infant is something all new parents focus on. When the head is not shaped right, we worry. For some babies a congenital defect, Craniosynostosis, causes one or more suture on the head to close earlier than normal, causing an abnormally shaped or deformed head, and potential pressure on the brain that can inhibit brain development and result in lifelong dysfunction. Surgery is necessary for all children with Craniosynostosis.

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Season’s Greenings from the U.S. Postal Service


Five Easy Ways to Go Green, Save Green
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WASHINGTON — Holly branches and pine boughs aren’t the only green signs of the holiday season — mailers and shippers can also count on the Postal Service to help them go green, save green, and be green this time of year.

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Author Jeanne Buesser Explains Apraxia To The Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club


Meeting 12-06-11
Apraxia sounds familiar to some and is completely alien to others. Having two sons with Apraxia, local resident Jeanne Buesser delved into the subject and, as a result has written a book on the subject. He Talks Funny, available from www.authorhouse.com ,  was written for eight to 12 year old youngsters. It teaches tolerance and understanding, a subject that is appropriate for all ages! It demystifies the Apraxia, that something that sounds familiar, but isn’t.

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Former Mayor and Professor Returns Salary


Michael Wildes, having just completed his first semester as Adjunct Professor of Immigration Law at Cardozo’s prestigious institution, is pictured here graciously donating his professor’s salary back to the school and the Immigration Justice Clinic. Michael Wildes happily accepted to begin teaching the Immigration Law course back in September. This valuable course, very popular among the Cardozo Law students, was inaugurated by Michael’s father, Leon Wildes. Leon Wildes, Founder and Senior Partner of the Wildes &Weinberg firm, began teaching the Immigration Law course 32 years ago

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Bloomingdale’s Karina Cuchina Features Celebrity Chef Jesse Jones And Le Creuset


2010 Ultimate Chef Of Bergen County, Jesse Jones
Always on the alert for crowd pleasing chefs, Karine Abrahamyan, Bloomingdale Culinary Specialist, arranged for the 2010 Ultimate Chef Of Bergen County, Jesse Jones to cook, display and offer his culinary treats. Combining French country cooking with his native Southern culinary background, this smiling chef interwove with the audience as he prepared his main dish, pork with candied sweet potatoes, Creamed Creole spinach and buttermilk cornbread.

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Santa At Fairway Market


Santa at Paramus Fairway
Santa visited Fairway Market on Saturday, December 10th and again on the 11th from 11 AM to 3 PM.  www.ParamusPost.com visited the Paramus Store early Saturday for a firsthand look. The booth for Santa was set up in the front of the store just past the register checkout. Traffic was just building up and it was interesting to see how Santa coaxed some of the shy youngsters to come visit him. The parents were eager; their offspring a little afraid at first. Santa charmed them with an ebullient personality and gave them a candy cane courtesy of Fairway after their visit.

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Senior Center December Activities


Paramus Senior Center

Paramus Joseph Cipolla Senior Center Director Eileen McDowell offers a full slate of activities for the seniors of Paramus. Special for this month are: Computer classes starting in January, a Christmas Show in New York City with the bus leaving Petruska Park at 11:30 sharp. The show starts at 2:00 PM with no stops in between so showgoers are urged to bring lunch along. On the 13th will be a Special Bingo before the Regular Bingo starting at 11:30 AM. A New Years Eve Party is rapidly filling up. It features food by Market Basket and DJ Ron for a nominal charge of $30.00 per person.

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Hollister Construction Services Adds John B. Maulbeck as Senior Project Manager


Industry Veteran’s Experience Helps to Bolster Firm’s Deep Bench of Talent.  Hollister Construction Services, a leading full-service general contractor and construction manager specializing in corporate, educational, healthcare, industrial and retail construction, announced today that it has hired John B. Maulbeck to serve as Senior Project Manager

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The Leapfrog Group Announces Annual Top Hospitals List Cheers Hospitals For Their Commitment To Transparency And High Quality Ca


The Leapfrog Group’s annual class of top hospitals – 65 from a field of nearly 1200 – was announced December 6th in Washington, D.C. and included Hackensack University Medical Center for a second time – the only hospital in New Jersey to receive this honor two years in a row. The announcement came at Leapfrog’s Annual Meeting where the group celebrated the five year anniversary of its ground breaking Never Events Policy.

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Bloomingdale’s Karaina Cuchina Features Michael Aram Products and SK Gourmet Catering


Michael Aram at Bloomingdale's
Michael Aram produces some of the finest culinary utensils and cookware. On Saturday, December 2nd. Michael appeared and signed Michael Aram purchases and gave a special gift to purchasers of $150.00 or more. At the same time, Silva Kiledjian of SK Gourmet Catering offered a variety of prepared Armenian Organic  Finger Food  and Dessert products at Karina’s Kuchina. Needless to say, Silva used Michael Aram items to enhance her offerings.

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Op Ed from Assemblywoman Connie Wagner


By:  Assemblywoman Connie Wagner (D-Bergen)
In 1958, my Mother and Father started their journey towards achieving the American Dream, building their own home, in what were once the idyllic country-like surroundings of South Hackensack, New Jersey.  Weeping willow trees, open space filled with fields and plenty of ponds to go ice skating on in the winter.    Each weekend, Dad and the rest of the family would gather with hammer and nails and work for hours alongside the hired carpenter.  The result was a three bedroom Cape Cod house which was our castle; the collective effort of working hard, saving, and sacrificing for our family’s dream.  

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Bergen Community College’s Women’s Institute Appoints Marlene Bauer Pissott Chair of Advisory Board


Bergen Community College’s Women’s Institute recently named Marlene Bauer Pissott, president of InGroup, Inc., as chair of the Women’s Institute Advisory Board.

“We are delighted to have such a talented, nurturing and exceptionally creative business owner like Ms. Pissott to lead the Women’s Institute to new levels of service for our community,” said Sandra Sroka, Women’s Institute coordinator and assistant dean of the School of Continuing Education at Bergen Community College. “She succeeds Holly T. Schepisi, a River Vale Township attorney, who recently won an election to the New Jersey Assembly in the 39th district.”

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Caring and Caregiving through the Holidays: Seven Considerations for Families of Alzheimer’s or Dementia Patients


If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, your instinct might be to cling to beloved traditions this holiday season. But you—and your loved
one—might experience the most holiday joy by adapting your plans and expectations.
By Nataly Rubinstein

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Ena "Po-Po" Lue Scholarship Application Deadline (Deadline Extension)


Opportunity For Women Returning To School at  Bergen Community College
This award is provided through the Bergen Community College's Women's Institute to a female community member who exhibits the need to return to school for additional training and education in order to secure employment. This $500 scholarship can be used for Continuing Education or a degree program at Bergen Community College. This is an essay based competition, with submissions of 500 words or less. Candidates must exhibit financial need and describe employment goals. Bergen County residency is not required.

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Assembly Committees To Move To Halt Political Activity In Schools, Revise Marriage License Laws & Improve Searches


Combating Cyber Terrorism & Impact of Medco-Express Scripts Merger on Consumers Also to be Examined
Assembly committees on Monday will consider bills to halt political activity in local government buildings amid concerns about political activity in the Elizabeth schools, revise New Jersey’s marriage licensing laws, protect against any delays in searching for missing children and combat cyber terrorism.

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Congressman Rothman: More Questions Than Answers in ATSDR Report


Today, Congressman Steve Rothman (D-NJ) released the following statement on the new health assessment by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) on the island of Vieques, Puerto Rico:

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KMI Introduces Next-Generation “3D Multi-Touch” Portable Ipad-Sized Music Controller


QuNeo Music Software/Hardware Pad Controller for DJs, VJs, DIY Hackers, & Electronic Musicians
QuNeo Goes Viral -- Takes Kickstarter by Storm
Keith McMillen Instruments (KMI) www.keithmcmillen.com, a leading developer of innovative hardware and software technology that connects people to their computers, announced today the next generation of music software and hardware controllers for electronic musicians, DJs, VJs and DIY hackers, the QuNeo 3D Multi-Touch Controller.

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Bergen’s Women’s Institute Presents Mentoring Session with Women College Presidents, January 10, 2012


Bergen Community College’s Women’s Institute presents “Meet the Experts Mentoring Session: Women in Education – Women College Presidents” on Tuesday, January 10, 2012 from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Moses Family Meeting and Training Center on the College’s main campus in Paramus. The event is free and open to the public.

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Wagner & Coughlin Bill To Help Out-Of-Work Police Officers Advanced By Panel


Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Connie Wagner and Craig J.  Coughlin allowing certain police officers who have been terminated from retaking the police training course as long as the officers have been employed for five years from the date of their termination was released Thursday by an Assembly committee.
 

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