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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Saturday, May 26 2018 @ 01:36 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Saturday, May 26 2018 @ 01:36 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Asian Art by Chinese children


Children's Art Workshop
An art exhibition was held at the Paramus Library this past weekend. Under the direction of Julie Lin, an art instructor of Children’s Expression Through Arts, 4 to 11 year old Chinese boys and girls displayed their talents. Their drawings were displayed on the walls and they also did some drawings. One of the projects was to make a visor out of ½ a paper pie plate.
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Community Blood Services Logo unveiling


Blood Services Logo Unveiling
The official unveiling of the new Community Blood Services logo and tagline took place on Monday, June 19th at its Paramus, NJ and Goshen, NY facilities. This company-wide initiative was celebrated by all members of the Community Blood Services staff in recognition of their role in the selections.

Attendees at the Paramus site were treated to a lavish buffet breakfast, with lunch served at Goshen, while Dr. Dennis M. Todd, Community Blood Services’ president and CEO, explained the center’s new vision and announced some staff promotions.
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How to beat the heat


Outdoor temperatures that are 10 degrees or higher above average and last for several weeks define “extreme heat.” However, the temperature doesn’t have to be extreme to pose a health risk.
Heat-related illness occurs when the body is unable to cool itself sufficiently through sweating. High body temperatures may not only damage the brain but also other vital organs. While high humidity adds to the discomfort, it is also harmful because it can decrease the body’s ability to sweat. In addition poor circulation, dehydration, heart disease, obesity and alcohol use can all contribute to heat-related illness.
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HGTV New DESIGN STAR


Interior Design Vanessa De Leon from “HGTV Design Star” will be moving her design studio to Ridgewood, NJ. As of July 20th, her studio will be located on 127 E Ridgewood Ave unit 204. Vanessa is a well-established designer who’s business started over seven years ago out of Fairfield, NJ, and is now looking forward to taking part in Ridgewood’s prestigious community.
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Cause and defect: Can the future influence the past?


CAUSE AND DEFECT
CAUSE AND DEFECT
"Are we not drawn onward, we few, drawn onward to new era?" The answer would seem to be yes, if only because time always moves forward, drawing not just "we few" but everyone and everything "onward to new era."

But what if time is like the palindrome above? What if the so-called arrow of time flies both ways, forward and back? What then? What now? What next?

People have debated the nature of time since, well, people invented it. Time is, in many ways, a fabrication of our minds, a superficial construct that helps us explain the universe, plot our course through existence and show up when we're supposed to.
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Star Wars technology at the Paramus Police Department.


State-of-the-art Mapping System
After reading www.ParamusPost’s article on maps, Lt. James Sheehan of the Operations Division contacted me to state that the Paramus Police Department mapping system was so up to date that his people could zero in geographically on any Paramus location. No matter that it is a cell phone call, police or fire emergency, the GIS system that they use is as modern as can be and is being updated all the time. Piquing my interest, I visited headquarters and was introduced to the pinpoint system.
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Police Officer Vincent Pepe


Police Officer Vincent Pepe
It took a lot to get a broad smile out of this dedicated police officer. It occurred during our interview when, after stating that he had served 10 years with the Police Department but has worked for the Borough for 20 years. Vincent who is known as Vinnie by his co-workers has worked for the Shade Tree and Parks Department and the Paramus Municipal Court. I asked him why he became an officer, his eyes rolled back reflectively, that winning smile came forth and he stated “I always wanted to become a police officer. My lifelong dream.”
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Moonlighters at the Westfield Garden State Plaza Bandshell


Westfield Bandshell
Terrific Tuesdays were introduced by Cultural Arts Council Chairperson, Valerie Coniglio. In turn, she introduced a bevy of dignitaries who attended including her husband, State Senator Joe Coniglio, County Executive Dennis McNerney , Surrogate Mike Dressler, Mayor James Tedesco, Councilwoman Connie Wagner, Father Peter Lekkas and members of the Cultural Council.

Lisa Herrmann, Marketing Director of the Westfield Garden State Plaza Shopping Center, presented the Cultural Council with a blowup of the $20,000.00 check that Westfield presented. Mayor Tedesco not only thanked them, but also mentioned their support of the fireworks display on the 4th of July.
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HELP THE PARAMUS POLICE AND YOUR COMMUNITY


Crossing Guards Shortage in Paramus
Police officer Cheryl Avagnano sent out a request that we help her to make the School Crossing Guard program more palatable. She wants to encourage residents to pitch in and help relieve the strain on the regular police force. If there is no guard or substitute available, then the regular police officers have to step in to fill the gap. The safety of our schoolchildren and parents are paramount in her mind and her superiors.
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As the cost of commuting rises, more employees are working from home


THE VIRTUAL OFFICE
THE VIRTUAL OFFICE
With commuting costs rising along with energy prices, many people are considering bold conservation strategies, such as not going to work.

No, people aren't quitting their jobs - they're looking to lose the daily commute in favor of teleworking. Also called telecommuting, teleworking is the substitution of telecommunications and computers for work-related travel.
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