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Saturday, September 22 2018 @ 07:09 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Saturday, September 22 2018 @ 07:09 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Dove® candy for free, it’s the sweet truth at the GSP


Dove
After reading the press release from the Westfield Garden State Plaza Shopping Center about giving away free candy, we decided to investigate. 

www.ParamusPost.com , the fastest game in town, called in their experts, Cassy and Christy Stone. How better to test candy, especially when it is for free? Of course mom, Sophie, came along to give her opinion as well.
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Rising costs sock shipbuilding


SHIPBUILDING
SHIPBUILDING
SAN DIEGO - Bedeviled with cost overruns, the Navy's shipbuilding program is in danger of sinking under its own weight.

Navy leaders have struggled to upgrade an aging fleet of warships with next-generation aircraft carriers, destroyers, amphibious assault ships and submarines that cost billions more than the vessels they replace.
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Preaching the word of atheism


HE OF LITTLE FAITH
HE OF LITTLE FAITH
Robert Zeps doesn't believe in prayer. He doesn't believe in God. He believes it's all in your head.

"It has to be in the brain," he says. "Your brain is your brain and all your thoughts and feelings and what you believe, it all happens in the brain."
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Turn your photos and videos into cash


The Internet is exploding with photos and videos. Much of what you see is created by amateurs. But if you think you can't cash in on the trend, you're wrong.

There are many opportunities to earn cash from your photos and videos. You won't get rich. But you can supplement your income nicely.
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Adler Aphasia Center Receives Generous Grant for Center Renovation


Maggie's Cafe
Maggie's Cafe
The Adler Aphasia Center, located in Maywood, recently renovated their kitchen made possible through a generous grant from The Kaplen Foundation. 

Aphasia affects a person’s ability to communicate, but does NOT affect their intellect. The renovation makes it possible for all the Center’s members to use the kitchen.
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Louise Suppo – even 90 year olds can be surprised.


Lousie Suppo
Louise received a call from Gloria Laneri her friend telling her that she was going to pick her up and take her to the Senior Center for coffee with several of her friends. 

Surprise
, when she walked in there were about 30 people who surprised her. Mayor Tedesco, who presented Louise with a commendation from Paramus, revealed to all that when he was a little boy, Louise was his baby sitter.
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Bright Side Manor Volunteers, an enrichment


Bright Side Manor
Elizabeth Davis, Executive Director and Marge Mazzo, Social Director welcomed some of their volunteers at a party held in their honor. Located in Teaneck on Teaneck Road, Bright Side has been fortunate in getting these people to volunteer. 

This party was a tribute to them and one could see the wonderful spirit that emanated from their efforts. One could also see the pride that Bright Side had in being able to honor these volunteers.
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Isle of Klezbos, Klezmer Sextet to Perform at Bergen Community College


Klezbos
Klezbos
The renowned all-woman Klezmer sextet, Isle of Klezbos will perform on Sunday, March 4, at 3:00 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre at Bergen Community College
, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ. 

Tickets are $12 for general admission, $10 for students and seniors (65+), and are available by phoning 201-447-7428. Seating is reserved and advance ticket purchase is recommended.
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LIFE INSURANCE MADE SIMPLE: HOW TO SHOP SMART AND PAY LESS


Steven H. Kobrin
Steven H. Kobrin
INDUSTRY GURU, STEVEN H. KOBRIN, TO HOLD WORKSHOP AT FAIR LAWN ADULT COMMUNITY SCHOOL ON MARCH 8
 
FAIR LAWN, N.J., - Steven H. Kobrin, owner and operator of a national life insurance brokerage, will lead "Life Insurance Made Simple: How to Shop Smart and Pay Less," a life insurance workshop at the Fair Lawn Adult Community School located at 37-01 Fair Lawn Avenue, Fair Lawn. It will take place in room A111 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, March 8, with a fee of $28 dollars.
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Child care experts offer tips for totsfoods


BE IT RESOLVED
BE IT RESOLVED
If your child watches too much TV, is a picky eater, battles you at bedtime or spurns potty training, child care authorities offer some practical advice for frustrated parents.

A good resolution for some parents might be to cut back their children's television viewing, said Jan Deissler, director of Child Care Connection at Illinois Central College.
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