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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Women's Football Expanding to Northern New Jersey


National Women's Football Association
National Women's Football Association
The National Women's Football Association, the largest football league in the world for women, has announced that they will be hosting tryouts for a new team in Northern New Jersey.

The tryouts will be held on Saturdays, Sept 23rd and 30th at the Brookdale Park, Bloomfield, NJ . Registration will begin at 8:30. 

For all new potential players, there will be a one-time $35.00 tryout fee. You will also need to show proof of insurance and proof of identification.
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Community Leaders to be recognized by Children's Aid and Family Services


Children's Aid And Family Services
Children's Aid And Family Services
(Paramus, NJ) September 7, 2006 - On September 26, Children’s Aid and Family Services will host its fourth annual Building Futures Awards. The awards recognize individuals, groups and corporations that contribute to building futures for children, families and communities in northern New Jersey. Past winners include Senator Paul Sarlo, Assemblywoman Charlotte Vandervalk, community leader Douglas Dittrick and Tom Toronto, president of Bergen County’s United Way. This year, the agency will honor the following individuals, businesses and community organizations:
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The Woman's Club of Paramus 2006-07 Programs Announced


The Woman's Club of Paramus programs for the new season are: 

October - Woman and Finance
November - Avivation Hall of FameRenee Kauffmann
December - Holidays show
January - (members only for special holiday event)
February - Clifton Adult Craft Show
March - Wills & Other legal issues
April - Evening of Magic
May - Woman serving in Iraq
June - Dinner with the girls
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A CEREMONY OF REMEMBRANCE AT WESTFIELD GARDEN STATE PLAZA


NEVER FORGET - Click to view a 911 WTC Video produced by Alex Johnson
NEVER FORGET - Click to view a 911 WTC Video produced by Alex Johnson
Paramus, N.J. September 7, 2006 – Westfield Garden State Plaza and the Bergen County Police Chief’s Association will honor the fallen victims of 9/11 with a memorial ceremony at the site of the permanent monument at Westfield Garden State Plaza on Monday, September 11, 2006 at 1:30 p.m. 

The permanent monument is located on the upper level of the center near Macy’s and Sephora.
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For Jack, day care's child's play, but not for Dad


CHILD’S PLAY
CHILD’S PLAY
Well, check this out.

Jack smiles.

He laughs.

He chases bubbles. 

And I thought my 15-month-old's life without me was a living hell in a place called the Children's Growing Center, his day care.

I spent the day watching him there recently.
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Counselors see rising need for anger-management workshop


A RAGING FEVER
A RAGING FEVER
Pamela Shuck-Hoehne recalls an encounter at a grocery store.

It was in the checkout line. The clerk had just started ringing up her groceries when she noticed the man behind her only had a few items. She told him she would have let him go ahead of her if she had noticed him earlier.

For whatever reason, that was all it took to set off the man's rage-o-meter.

He cussed, he fussed, he upset the clerk, as Shuck-Hoehne remembers the incident. He went on and on, getting louder and louder. The clerk finished ringing up Shuck-Hoehne's groceries, the clerk finished ringing up his. But the man was still fussing as he followed Shuck-Hoehne to her car.
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Trader Joe's Opens in Paramus


New Trader Joe's in Paramus
Paramus - Trader Joe's, a unique, neighborhood grocery store with foods and beverages from the exotic to the basic, opens in Paramus, New Jersey on Monday, August 28th. 

The new grocery store is located at 404 Route 17 North. The store will be open daily from 9:00 am until 9:00 pm. It will be the sixth Trader Joe’s in New Jersey. Other New Jersey locations include: Florham Park, Marlton, Wayne, Westfield and Westwood.
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Family Favorite, DinoRock, at Bergen Community College


DinoRock
DinoRock
DinoRock, the nationally-acclaimed children’s entertainment troupe, will perform on Saturday, October 7, 2006 at 3:00 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre at Bergen Community College
, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for children 17 and under. Seating is reserved so advanced ticket purchase is recommended.
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Aronsohn "Walks the Walk" Into Sussex County


Sussex County Leader Howard Burrell Named Campaign Chairman 

Paramus -- Congressional Candidate Paul Aronsohn will be walking into Sussex County tomorrow as part of his door-to-door journey through the entire 5th Congressional District.

Aronsohn, who launched his "Walk the Walk" tour over two months ago, will complete tomorrow morning his walk through the 43 towns that comprise the Bergen and Passaic County parts of his District. His Passaic/Sussex crossing will take place in the afternoon along the West Milford/Vernon border.
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Broadway Tenor J. Mark McVey in Ridgewood Concert on September 15


Broadway tenor J. Mark McVey
Broadway tenor J. Mark McVey
(Paramus, NJ) September 5, 2006 - Acclaimed Broadway tenor and leading theater actor J. Mark McVey will perform in concert at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, September 15, 2006, at the Ridgewood United Methodist Church, 100 Dayton Street, Ridgewood, NJ. 

The West Virginia native and Ridgewood resident will sing classic Broadway tunes and inspirational songs, including standards from his popular CD, “Broadway and Beyond.” The concert will benefit Children’s Aid and Family Services, Inc.
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