Auntie Anneâ€™sÂ® lends support with the â€œSanta We Got Your Backâ€ Survival Kit
GAP, Pa. (December 14, 2006) â€“ When was the last time someone pulled your beard or wet on your lap at work? This is what mall Santas cheerfully endure every year. After discovering that 34 percent of mall Santas have been â€œwetâ€ on by a child, Auntie Anneâ€™s believes that no one has it as bad during the holidays as the mall Santa. Auntie Anneâ€™s Pretzels, located primarily in malls, conducted a survey to understand just how much abuse old St. Nick withstands. And based on its findings, mall Santas across the nation are finally going to receive some tender loving care with the Santa Survival Kit.
The Bergen Community College Center for Business and Industry, in partnership with the Bergen County Workforce Investment Board, is hosting a free business seminar titled â€œEffective Interviews: Take the Guesswork Out of Hiringâ€â€”led by Elaine Padva, Principal of PADVA Associates, Human Resource Solutionsâ€” Friday, January 12, 2007 from 8:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., at the Moses Family Meeting and Training Center (TEC-128) at Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Rd., Paramus, NJ 07652.
Overscheduled? Exhausted? Broke? Then it must be Christmas.
In what should be a season of joy, too many Americans dread the excess and expense that the holiday brings. We're weary rather than uplifted, frenzied instead of fulfilled and strapped for cash rather than rich in gratitude.
"The myth in the last 50 years is that this is such a joyous time of year.
Christy and Cassy and even Mom Sophie wanted to see the Santa at the Westfield Garden State Plaza Shopping Center. Let me explain: Sophie is the co-publisher of www.ParamusPost.com and after seeing the pictures from the recent article mentioned to me that Christy and Cassy would like to visit with Santa.
In touch with GM Phillip St. Pierre and Merchandising Manager Lisa Herrmann, we arranged for their visit to Santa Land.
The Garden State Harmonica Club monthly meeting will be held January 12, 2007 at 7:30 pm in the lower auditorium of the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, at the corner of Maywood and Taplin Avenues, Maywood, NJ. The auditorium entrance is off Taplin Avenue. The Club invites anyone interested in the harmonica or harmonica music to join the group to play or listen after the short business meeting. Light refreshments are available to attendees during the meeting.
Untreated hypertension may lead to heart attack or stroke. â€œWithout noticeable symptoms, unsuspecting victims of high blood pressure may experience significant health effectsâ€ says Paramus Health Officer John Hopper. He reminds us that because hypertension can be treated, early detection is necessary for good management. Healthy eating and daily physical activity can have beneficial results. For that reason, Paramus residents will be offered several opportunities in January to have their blood pressure checked by the Boroughâ€™s nurses.
At the Mayor and Council meeting, Councilman Rich LaBarbieri mentioned that Santa would be coming to town on Sunday riding in a fire truck. Sirens will be going off intermittently and lollipops will be handed out to Paramus young ones.
Presentations were the main order of business with State Farm Public Affairs Specialist John Baldino presenting the town with a check for $1,000.00 to be used for smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
Leap Wireless International finally entered its hometown San Diego market recently with its flat-rate, Cricket cell phone service - a long-awaited move delayed first by a bankruptcy and then by the earlier stages of a $900 million expansion.
The launch marks the 13th new market that the company has entered this year. Cricket's coverage will extend to most of San Diego County to the U.S.-Mexico border.