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Sunday, October 22 2017 @ 01:29 PM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Sunday, October 22 2017 @ 01:29 PM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Prominent Financial Analyst, Cid D. Wilson, Named to Bergen Community College Bo


Cid D. Wilson, of Leonia
Cid D. Wilson, of Leonia
Cid D. Wilson, of Leonia, has been appointed to the Bergen Community College Board of Trustees. Mr. Wilson was officially sworn in at the Wednesday, May 3, meeting of the Board. Mr. Steven J. Moses, Chairman of the Board, has assigned Mr. Wilson to serve on the Audit and Finance/Legal, and the Education and Student Affairs Committees.

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Three free programs for home video editing


Today's video editing software makes it relatively easy to remove bad scenes and create one great production. You can add music, narrations, and Hollywood style transitions. Better yet, there are free programs made for the job.

You don't even have to have a video camera. You probably have video capabilities on your digital camera or even your cell phone. These programs can link together short video clips.

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COME TO THE PARAMUS JULY 4th FESTIVITIES!


Independence Day in Paramus
SATURDAY EVENING – JULY 1ST


Paramus Fire / Police Department's Softball game at 8:00pm, at the Cliff Gennarelli Sports Complex.

SUNDAY – JULY 2ND

Block party at the cliff Gennarelli Sports Complex next to Westfield Shopping Center in Paramus from 5:00pm to dusk. A wide variety of food booths, drinks, snacks, free rides for the kids, entertainment and more. Bring the whole family! There will be music by the Motones at 7:00pm followed by our great fireworks display!

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Kindergarten class of 2006 graduates from Turrell Learning Center


Kindergarten graduates from Turrell
(Paramus, NJ) June 16, 2006 – “Congratulations! Today is your day. You’re off to great places! You’re off and away!” With these words from the classic Dr. Seuss book, “Oh the places you’ll go!” the Turrell Child Care & Early Learning Center, a division of Paramus-based Children's Aid and Family Services, recently held its graduation for the kindergarten class of 2006, sending them off for the summer as they prepare to enter first grade in the fall.

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Medicare Beneficiaries Warned To Be Aware of Telephone Scams


Medicare Fraud
Medicare Fraud
The “$299 Ring” scheme to defraud seniors and people with disabilities has changed into a higher priced scam involving in some cases a new Medicare card, instead of a prescription drug plan.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) said today the dollar amount now requested by phone callers is usually $379, but cases have also occurred where the callers asked for $350 or $365. Medicare has already referred nearly 250 cases involving attempts to steal beneficiaries’ funds to federal law enforcement officials. These are pending further action.

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Picky pretzel people pick pretzel perfect pretzels


Auntie Anne's Pretzel
Can your 6 to 12 year old say Picky Pretzel People Pick Pretzel Perfect Pretzels? If so, they might be able to win Auntie Anne’s pretzel perfect contest. The grand prize is a $2500.00 educational scholarship, a $500.00 shopping spree and a year’s supply of pretzels as well as be the reigning National Pretzel Perfect Tongue Twisting Champion. Paramus Park patrons of any age can even qualify for a buy one, get one free pretzel offer even if they don’t enter the contest.

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NY Times restaurant critic talks at Paramus Rotary


Maryann Siniscalchi and David Corcoran
Maryann Siniscalchi and David Corcoran
David Corcoran, food critic for the NY Times spoke at Paramus Rotary on Thursday June 15, 2006. Possessing a quick wit and an extensive lore of North Jersey and Rockland County restaurants, David opened his talk to questions after a short talk. There were so many that VP Maryann Siniscalchi had to suggest that Rotarians ask Mr. Corcoran after the meeting.

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Summer Food Safety


Warm weather may be perfect for picnics and outdoor barbecues but Paramus Health Officer John Hopper wants to warn residents that special steps should be taken during the summer months to keep perishable food free from bacteria that can multiply rapidly and cause foodborne illness.

A few suggestions from the Partnership for Food Safety Education are as follows:

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Outdoor eating raises illness risk, but it's not hard to keep diners safe


ALFRESCO INSPECTION
ALFRESCO INSPECTION
The sun is shining. The days are long. And the temperature is rising. Life is one big picnic. For some people, however, picnic and barbecue season means one big worry.

Warmer weather might be ideal for outdoor feasting, but it also provides the perfect conditions for bacteria in food to multiply rapidly and cause food-borne illness.

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Offloading pictures on vacation


Photo enthusiasts often struggle with vacations. It's a great opportunity to load up your camera with great shots. But what do you do when your memory card is full?

You don't have to take a laptop on vacation to store photos. There are smaller alternatives to free up your digital camera's storage cards.

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