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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Meetings Of The Paramus Board Of Shade Tree & Parks Commission 2012


The Board of Shade Tree & Parks Commission meets monthly on the second Wednesday of each month except for July and August when the meetings are combined in one meeting at the end of July.  The meetings are held at the Mark S. Hillman Board Room in the Shade Tree & Parks Commission office located on the first floor of the Life Safety & Municipal Services Building in the Municipal Complex off Carlough Drive or East Century Road.  The meetings start at 7:30 P.M., except re-organization in January, which starts at 7:00 p.m.

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Allstate “Quotes for Autism Speaks” Aims to Raise $500,000


Initiative to support research for causes, prevention and treatment of autism

According to autism statistics from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated one in 110 children in the U.S. are diagnosed with autism – a 600 percent increase in the past two decades. To help address this trend and support autism research and advocacy efforts, Allstate Insurance Company (NYSE: ALL) announced the launch of the “Quotes for Autism Speaks” program. As part of the program, Allstate will donate $10 to Autism Speaks for every insurance quote that is completed between November 14 and December 31, 2011, with the goal of raising $500,000 for the cause.

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Operation Homefront Holiday Newsletter - 4th Quarter 2011


Dear Friends,
On behalf of the board of directors and the team at the Operation Homefront, Tri-State chapter, I would like to take a moment to thank our supporters.  Without you, we could not have achieved our mission of supporting our brave men and women in uniform and their families this past year. Thus far, in 2011, our chapter provided direct financial assistance to 110 families and morale and household support to another 2,000 families (details on next page) – thank you for all that you do!

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Chasing Away the Holiday Blues: Experts Say to Think Ahead


There are several articles about how to fend off the holiday blues and beat the stress of coping with preparations. One of the most noted solutions is to be strategic and think ahead.
"Reactions to holiday stressors range from mild, such as feeling tired, to the extreme of being exhausted and overwhelmed. Some may suffer from loneliness and depression. We encourage everyone to pay attention to their moods and make plans in advance to build in some time for themselves," stated Carolyn Beauchamp, MSW, ACSW, President and CEO of the Mental Health Association in New Jersey. "Each person is advised to review his/her holiday schedule to identify potential trouble areas, such as too many or too few activities and to take appropriate action for improvement."

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HopeLine, Verizon Collects Used Cell Phones To Be Recycled Or Sold And Donates The Proceeds


There really is no better time than the holidays to come together and support victims of domestic violence throughout our community.  In this spirit, correctional officers from Rikers Island recently took it upon themselves to collect and donate their older, no longer used cell phones to HopeLine from Verizon. The cause hit home for these officers, who witness the effects of domestic violence each and every day.  Held last Thursday, December 15th, the event was attended by NYC Mayor Bloomberg’s OCDV Commissioner Yolanda B. Jimenez and David Samberg, PR Manager for Verizon Wireless NY Metro Area.

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day With Foreigner At bergenPAC Tuesday, February 14th at 8:00PM


Come and celebrate Valentine’s Day with Foreigner Tuesday, February 14th at 8:00PM at bergenPAC.
Since its inception, Foreigner has been led by English journeyman rocker Mick Jones who, in early 1976, met with ex-King Crimson member Ian McDonald and formed Foreigner with Lou Gramm, Dennis Elliott, Al Greenwood, and Ed Gagliardi as a sextet. Jones came up with the name from the fact he, McDonald, and Elliot were English, while Gramm, Greenwood, and Gagliardi were Americans.

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This Holiday Season, Are Kids Spending Wisely Or Wildly?


Northwestern Mutual Foundation poll finds kids have same amount to spend as last year, but more than half do not plan to set a spending budget
When it comes to holiday spending this season, 82% of kids (17 years old and younger) say they have the same amount to spend this year as last, but they are split down the middle as to whether they will spend wisely or wildly. Over half (52%) of kids say they do not plan to establish a budget for their gift-giving to friends and family, while 46% are planning to set a budget, according to the latest poll released by Northwestern Mutual Foundation’s financial literacy website, www.Themint.org.

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CBRE Secures $47.5 Million in Construction Financing For Parkway Lofts at Watsessing Station In Bloomfield, N.J.


- Multi-family Redevelopment of Industrial Site is Part of Neighborhood Transformation -

James Gunning and Donna Falzarano of CBRE's Capital Markets' Debt & Equity Finance group recently secured $47.5 million in construction financing on behalf of Prism Capital Partners, LLC, for The Parkway Lofts at Watsessing Station, a to-be-built, 361-unit multi-family redevelopment of a former loft warehouse building, located at 5 Lawrence Street in Bloomfield, N.J.

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OAK Racing And Its Constructor Department, Onroak Automotive, Present The 2012 OAK-Pescarolo LMP2


A new OAK-Pescarolo LMP2 has rolled off the line thanks to the extensive work undertaken by Onroak Automotive, OAK Racing’s constructor department. Developed to cater for private teams and targeted at the international market, it is now available for purchase in the US through Conquest Endurance.

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Narcotics Arrest In Rochelle Park


On December 18th at 4:35 PM, police were called to the Shop Rite on West Passaic Street, for an apprehended shoplifter.  Upon arrival of Officer Cassidy and Officer Rios, the shoplifted reached into his coat pocket and hypodermic needles fell onto the floor.  The suspect, Jason G. Koch age 35 of Westmont, NJ, was arrested and charged with possession of narcotics paraphernalia and shoplifting.

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Go Un Diet by Gloria Tsang, RD


Life is about choices according to Gloria Tsang, author of Go Un Diet. This can applied to your clothing decisions, work, time to rise in the morning and, of course, your eating choices. Eating choices are the subject of this revealing book about not falling into the crash diet habit, but making your own choices about the foods that you eat and how much. The results, if followed will give you a better lifestyle and a healthy weight.

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Avoid Going Overboard with Home Decorations This Holiday Season



Q: My wife goes crazy with Christmas decorations every year. I don't get it because she has great taste in everything else, but Christmas turns into cutesy stuffed Santas and fake poinsettias everywhere. I always manage to tone down the outside lights — ours is not the neighborhood for blowup plastic snowmen.

How can I get a message across without hurting her feelings … or her Mom's, the original overdecorator?

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A Ramsey Middle School Winter Concert


Winter Concert At Ramsey Middle School
Following the Ramsey High School tradition of a Winter Concert, the Eric S. Smith Middle School Instrumental Music Department held theirs the very next evening. They divided their musical offerings into two bands: The Gold Band and The Blue Band.  Well attended, the program explained the background of the music pieces being played to the audience.

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Winter Concert At Ramsey High School


Winter Concert At Ramsey High School
The quiet little town of Ramsey has quite a few events occurring during the Holiday Season. Among them is the Winter Concert performed at the High School and consisting of a Concert Band, a Wind Ensemble, a Jazz Band and a Chorus. The Bands Directors are: Mr. Clifford Bialkin and Mr. Kenneth Velt while the Chorus was led by Mr. Shawn Michael Condon with Ms. Janet Montgomery at the piano.

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Holiday Party At The Atrium, Allendale Community For Mature Living


Holiday Party At The Atrium
The invitation read: You are cordially invited to attend the Allendale Community For Mature Living Holiday Gala At The Atrium, December 15th, 2011 in the Atrium Lounge at 6:00 PM. Dinner, Music & Vocals Featuring Guest Comedian Uncle Floyd, located at 85 Harrelton Road, Allendale, NJ it is off Route 17 South.  Please RSVP to Mary Stampleman, ADC, The Allendale Community for Mature Living’s Director of Therapeutic Recreation & Community Relations.

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Borough Administrator Joe D’Arco Speaks To Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club


Meeting 12-13-11
The Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club, meeting at Doctors Express, heard from the Paramus Borough Administer about the problems he faced during a financial decline. 1t wasn't easy to take over the administrative duties and attempt to bring the Borough into fiscal needs during a burgeoning recession. Much of his achievements came from working sixteen hour days. He admitted that he was going to work seven days per week , but realized that he would be breaking Paramus' strict Sunday Blue laws.

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Garden State Harmonica Club Meeting Now Held Twice A Month In Glen Rock On Jan.2 And Jan.16, 2012



Garden State Harmonica Club

The Garden State Harmonica Club monthly meetings will be held on Jan.2 and Jan.16 at 7:30 pm in room 103 at the Community Church of Glen Rock, 354 Rock Road in Glen Rock. Enter via the parking lot at Hamilton Avenue. The church is handicapped accessible.  Business meetings and playing are held regularly on the first Monday of each month with an informal second meeting taking place on the third Monday.  

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Three Months of Occupy Wall Street to Be Celebrated in a New Space-Prominent Artists, Community Members & Faith Leaders Gath


Marking three months of Occupy Wall Street and the one year anniversary of the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi, which sparked the Arab Spring, an all day performance event will take place at Duarte Square in lower Manhattan — with support from more than 1400 faith leaders, elders of the civil rights movement, prominent artists and community members. The event, Re-Occupy, is part of a call to re-occupy in the wake of the coordinated attacks and subsequent evictions of occupations across the nation and around the world.

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Hudson Valley Chorale Presents “Music For A Sunday Afternoon~Verdi To Bernstein”


The winter concert of the Hudson Valley Chorale at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 15, 2012, will be filled with favorite operas, operettas, and Broadway hits.

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Why We Go Crazy at Christmas: The Psychology of Holiday Shopping…and 11 Ways to Outsmart the Overspending Impulse


The holidays are here, and in addition to festive time spent with family and friends, for most of us it means a small fortune spent on gifts and other non-necessities. Leslie Greenman explains why we feel so compelled to shop till we drop at Christmas—and how not to do it this year.

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