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Thursday, September 19 2019 @ 02:52 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Thursday, September 19 2019 @ 02:52 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Farewell Open House for Visiting Intern from Korea


The Paramus Public Library will host a "Farewell Open House" for intern Shinae Hyn on Thursday, August 9 from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Shinae has been working as an intern at the library since February 2006, when she arrived from South Korea. A library school graduate in South Korea, she came to Paramus to learn about how libraries function in the United States.
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4 Generations of electricians embrace family adage & trade



Barry Hammond and his oldest son, Richard
Fair Lawn, N.J., family traces professional ties back to early 1900s

“Brotherhood is not just a word, but a way of life we all should live by.” These words were spoken strongly, and often, by Harry M. Hammond, Jr., to his youngest son, Barry, who enjoyed learning the electrical trade from his father as a young boy. After all, his father learned the trade from Barry’s grandfather. This work ethic is now transcending into a fourth generation of the Hammond family tree. Barry’s oldest son, Richard, has applied for, and been accepted into, IBEW Local 164’s rigorous electrical apprenticeship training program this fall.
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Mayor & Council 7-24-07


Mayor and Council meeting
Cooperation between the Council and the Board of Education was the main theme of tonite’s meeting. To punctuate this, Mayor Tedesco visited the Board of Ed’s meeting and tonite, a first, BoE President Mario Sicari attended the Mayor & Council meeting.
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Sheriff McGuire’s Department gets teenagers off the streets


Sheriff's Officer Walt Mathews
The rain came down in buckets as I got lost enroute to do an interview. Not to worry, I got on my cell phone, after pulling off the road of course, and made a call. Sheriff’s Officer Walt Mathews picked up and saved the day. Sgt. John Calabrese had scheduled the interview and we decided to do it at the Police & Fire Academy in Mahwah.
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Seniors honored at the Municipal Pool


By Angela Marcy

Sunday, July 22, 2007
Today was Senior Sunday at the Paramus Town Pool. It was very crowded with Seniors and non-seniors alike. Councilwoman, Connie Wagner, and Councilman, Rich LaBarbiera ~ both not seniors ~ attended, and Rich with his sons.
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BOARD OF HEALTH TO CONDUCT BLOOD CHEMISTRY AND PROSTATE SCREENING


The Paramus Board of Health, in cooperation with Accumed Diagnostic Laboratory, will conduct its annual Blood Chemistry Program on September 15, 2007. “The purpose of the program” according to John Hopper, Borough Health Officer, “is to identify individuals at risk for coronary heart disease and diabetes, and to prevent the associated premature death and disability associated with these diseases.”
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DMR Architects & Jersey city renovate Urban Center


DMR Architects has been commissioned by The City of Jersey City to renovate some of the town’s existing storefronts in an effort to help revitalize the city’s urban center.
The city was looking for a design that offered flexibility, color and a standardized signage program that will help aid the fragmented streetscape.
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Pittsburgh Brings Home Championship With Passion


Passion beat Columbus 32-0 in National Women's Football Association Championship

The Comets defense came out strong, holding the Passion to just 6 points in the 1st Quarter, scored by #12, Torina Henley Passion tailback. However, the 2nd Quarter was a different story, as the Passion put 20 unanswered points on the board, led by QB and Offensive MVP of the game, Lisa Horton. Horton threw for an impressive 13 completions on 17 attempts, and didn't hesitate to run in a touchdown herself when the opportunity presented itself. Horton was named the Offensive MVP of the game.
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Ice-making operations can be one cool biz



COOL BIZ
Each morning, Francisco Rodriguez buys a slab of ice at a downtown Tijuana, Mexico, factory that he cuts up and places inside a small pushcart to keep his custard pastries fresh and soft drinks cool.

"The ice is very important to keep the treats from going bad," he said as he carefully arranged his treats around the ice.
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Rain forces postponement of Gift of Life America Golf Classis


The 3rd Annual Golf Classic benefiting the Gift of Life America foundation was postponed due to heavy rains. the new date is Monday, August 27th. GoL America is devoted to improving the lives of children under the age of 18 years of age who ar citizens of the USA and are economically disadvantaged. 

For more information call  Donna Wittig @ 201 261 2800 x 225 .. [email protected]   or  Adele Costanzo @ 201 262 4142 .. [email protected]
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