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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Saturday, February 23 2019 @ 05:59 PM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Superleague Formula Series Evaluating New Chassis Supply


Superleague Formula Series could introduce a brand new chassis in time for the 2013 season with steps already being taken to find a suitable partner. With the current crop of bespoke single-seaters, built by Elan Motorsport Technologies in time for the inaugural 2008 campaign, due to enter their fifth year of competition in 2012, the nations cup series feels the time is right to begin evaluating its next generation of racing cars.
Any new chassis will have a tough act to follow: the crowd-pleasing DP09’s distinctive character, screaming V12, 750bhp and push-to-pass systems has ensured on-track action is seldom anything less than exhilarating as drivers battle wheel-to-wheel.

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Petit Le Mans Podium Just Eludes OAK Racing


The penultimate round of the 2011 Intercontinental Le Mans Cup has been a week full of challenges for OAK Racing. After both the Le Mans-based team’s LMP1 OAK-Pescarolos were involved in major free practice incidents, their mechanics and engineers worked flat-out to ensure that both cars were able to line-up in the best possible condition for the American sportscar classic alongside the sister LMP2 machine.

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Robertson Racing Petit Le Mans Mid-race Update


Robertson Racing continue to run strongly at Petit Le Mans as an action-packed final round of this season’s American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patron enters its second half. Competing at their home circuit, the Braselton-based outfit’s #40 Ford GT has successfully negotiated the opening four-and-a-half hours of the 1000-mile/10-hour sportscar classic at Road Atlanta despite being the innocent victim of numerous on-track clashes. The team currently occupies a strong 12th place in the GT class with Melanie Snow now at the wheel.

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Mature Tree Care


THE MASTER GARDENERS OF BERGEN COUNTY Present “Mature Tree Care”

At the next meeting of the Bergen County Master Gardeners, Patrick J. Burke of Bartlett Tree Experts will present a program on caring for Mature Trees.

Patrick Burke is a NJ Certified Tree Expert, ISA Certified Arborist and certified Tree Safety professional, and has been with Bartlett Tree Experts for 18 years.

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CKO Kickboxing Paramus Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting.


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Mayor Rich LaBarbiera officiated at the ribbon cutting ceremony for CKO Kickboxing Paramus. Owner Loula Karapiperis welcomed everyone and praised her staff of trainers before introducing the Mayor. This was the first time that Rich LaBarbiera had changed his shirt in a ribbon cutting ceremony and wore an official CKO Kickboxing Paramus shirt to perform his opening speech and ribbon cutting.
“It’s great to be from Paramus” so said Mayor Rich LaBarbiera at the Mayor and Council meeting and this was the theme that reverberated throughout the ceremonies. He spoke before about 50 attendees who cheered Karapiperis and the Mayor on. It was a joyous mood, a joyous crowd; a great day for Paramus!

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Paramus Sunrise President Gary Spivak Joins The Paramus Regional Chamber Of Commerce


Meeting 09-27-11
After a talk by Fred Rohdieck, President of The Greater Paramus Chamber of Commerce, about the Chamber and its activities, Paramus Suntise Rotary President Gary Spivak thought it would be prudent to join. He felt that his presence there could be beneficial and probably add new members during his one year term. Rohdieck warmly welcomed Gary and posed with club members to celebrate.

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A New Business Opens In Paramus - CKO Kickboxing Paramus


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The first athletic place to open on Route 17 South, CKO Kickboxing opened in the old Standard Tile location on Route 17 South just past LaQuinta on Tuesday, September 20th. Loula Karapiperis, the owner/trainer has been busy preparing the place while manning a kiosk at Paramus Park Mall where she loaded up on members wanting to join. She even went so far as to have a bathroom built in for the comfort of her patrons. www.Paramuspost.com visited the site on the following morning. Loula gave us a personally guided tour and showed some of the moves and equipment available.

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iVillage Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month And Names First iVoice Who Will Report On Hispanic-Themed Issues


Angélica Pérez Joins iVoices on iVillage, Bringing Hispanic Stories to The Forefront – Prominent Women in Media Interviews Include TODAY’s Natalie Morales, CNBC’s Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and Telemundo’s Chief Operating Officer, Jacqueline Hernández

Site-Wide Editorial – www.iVillage.com/hispanicmonth – Spans Entertainment,
Beauty & Style, Food and Pregnancy & Parenting

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32nd Annual Classic Creations Holiday Boutique at the Hermitage Museum


[media:20110930172646264 width:200]Welcome in the 2011 holiday season with the 32nd annual Classic Creations Holiday Boutique at the Hermitage Museum in Ho-Ho-Kus, which opens on Saturday, October 22, and runs through Sunday, November 27.
The Boutique is held seven days a week inside the museum’s education building and is closed only on Thanksgiving Day. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day except Thursdays, when it is open until 9 p.m. Admission to the Boutique is $8 per person; children under 12 are admitted free of charge. Ticket purchasers may return to shop at the Boutique two additional times with their original admission ticket.

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Menendez Cheers President’s Signing of Autism Bill


On the day the legislation had been set to expire, U.S. Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) today applauded the President’s signing into law the Combating Autism Reauthorization Act (CAA) which authorizes nearly $700 million to fund autism research, training, intervention and other programs.  Today’s ceremony comes after Menendez negotiated a last minute agreement in order to keep the vital autism programs operating for an additional three years. 

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The Allendale Community Hosts Events and Services Celebrating Jewish Holy Days


Gatherings Part of On-Going Religious Programming

The Allendale Community for Mature Living recently hosted a series of events and services for senior residents and their families celebrating Rosh Hashanah and the Jewish high holy days. The senior campus, which includes The Atrium Senior Living, Carlton Court Assisted Living and The Allendale Nursing Home & Rehabilitation Center, is committed to advancing Jewish culture, history and interfaith understanding.

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The Portland Music Foundation Announces Official 2011 Cmj Showcase Lineup October 20th | Sullivan Hall | NYC


For the past few months, The Portland Music Foundation has been carefully reviewing submissions for their 2011 CMJ contest which will provide a showcase spot, transportation and accommodations, a consultation with a national public relations agency, as well as a daily stipend. Today, The Portland Music Foundation has announced the seven contest winners who will be performing at their official CMJ Showcase on October 20th at Sullivan Hall in New York City at 7pm. Event is sponsored by The State Theatre and Husson College. Local Portland, Maine artists include: 

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The Kidz Cabaret At Bergen Performance Arts Center 2011- 2012 Performances


The Kidz Cabaret takes place in the Drapkin Family Cabaret Room, this is an intimate space where the children are in close proximity to the performers. Enjoy watching the little ones sing, dance and interact with the array of performers! This shows are ideal for children from infant to 7 years old!
Kidz Cabaret - Story Pirates
Date: Saturday, October 15, 2011
Time: 1 & 3PM
Tickets: $17 (Buy 3 shows for $36) -- $17 (Buy 3 kidz cabaret shows for $36)
Code: 1PM - 3PM -

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IDEA Names Border States Electric and Cooper Industries Recipients of the Fifth Annual Richard Buzun Award


Winners recognized at the IDEA E-Biz Forum 2011 in St. Louis, MO
IDEA (www.idea-esolutions.com) , a business-to-business technology service provider owned by the electrical industry, today announced Border States Electric and Cooper Industries as the distributor and manufacturer recipients, respectively, of the fifth annual Richard Buzun Award for Leadership and Innovation in eCommerce. Bob Gaylord, president & CEO, IDEA, announced the winners during the IDEA E-Biz Forum 2011 in St. Louis, MO.

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nOcean Appoints Laurent Giai-Miniet As New CEO


EnOcean GmbH today announced that it has appointed Laurent Giai-Miniet as its new Chief Executive Officer. Together with Andreas Schneider, Chief Marketing Officer, and Uwe Thumm, Chief Financial Officer, he will promote the company's technology and drive business growth on a global scale. He will replace Markus Brehler, who has left the company.

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Colliers International Arranges 48,000-SF Medical Office Center Acquisition for Hajjar Medical


--Two-floor space will include surgical center and medical offices --

Colliers International New Jersey has arranged the acquisition of a 48,000-square-foot medical office building at 85 Harristown Road in Glen Rock, New Jersey on behalf of Hajjar Medical Office Building, of Glen Rock, LLC.

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The Allendale Community for Mature Living Honors Resident Vets


Former servicemen and women who reside at The Allendale Community for Mature Living were recently honored during “Keep the Spirit of ‘45 Alive,” a patriotic event celebrating the end of WWII. The program, which was open to veterans from the surrounding area and sponsored by Vitas Hospice Care, featured music and refreshments, as well as an awards presentation honoring all those who served in attendance.

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Medicare’s 2012 Open Enrollment Drug and Health Plan Data Goes Live Saturday, Oct. 1


Online “Plan Finder” offers unbiased resource for people with Medicare to review 2012 plan options
In advance of the new, earlier annual enrollment period, people with Medicare can begin reviewing plan benefit and cost information on Saturday, October 1st, 2011. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) will launch access to its popular web-based Medicare Plan Finder that allows beneficiaries, their families, trusted representatives, and senior program advocates to look at all local drug and health plan options that are available for the 2012 benefit year.

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Birthday Parties Go Back to Basics By Eileen Wacker


I have four children and two of them have summer birthdays. They seem to get the short end of the birthday-party stick with very small parties or just celebrating with family. But now we are back to school and the birthday parties are starting up again. So I started thinking about birthday parties and the economy and what are some modern day considerations.

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Postal Service Encourages Ride Sharing


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As Americans focus on autumn activities and to-do lists, the Postal Service’s Go Green Forever stamps remind everyone to consider using ride sharing and public transportation as easy ways to save fuel and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.  “The Postal Service became a lot greener last year,” said Thomas Day, chief sustainability officer. “From fiscal years 2008 to 2010, we reduced our total greenhouse gas emissions by 8 percent, the equivalent of taking more than 204,000 passenger vehicles off the road for an entire year.”

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