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Monday, August 19 2019 @ 04:54 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Monday, August 19 2019 @ 04:54 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

RUSSO DEVELOPMENT HONORED BY NAIOP-NJ WITH 2007 IMPACT AWARD


Nearly 1,000 Industry Professionals Attend Recent Gala Celebration
NEWARK, N.J. (JUNE 22, 2007) — On May 16th, Russo Development was honored by the New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NJ-NAIOP) with its highly coveted Impact Award. The NJ-NAIOP Impact Award recognizes real estate developers that have had a significant impact on the New Jersey commercial and industrial real estate industry.
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State Fair Meadowlands prepares for opening day Thursday, June 21


State Fair
www.ParamusPost.com visited the Meadowlands and chatted with Fair owner, Al Dorso. Al is upbeat about the fair this year having arranged for free shows for the 18 days of operation. He invited me to walk the unprepared midway and visit the ride and game operators as well as the many food vendors while they were setting up.
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DMR Architects awarded design services for Ocean County Community College



Ocean County Community College
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ, JUNE 21, 2007 - DMR Architects, one of the largest and most respected full-service architectural firms in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan region, was awarded architectural services for the design of Ocean County College's New Academic Building to be located on their Main Campus in Toms River, New Jersey.
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Standing room only at Bergen County EMS Training Center Graduation


EMS Graduation
On Tuesday night, the Bergen County EMS Training Center conducted its Spring 2007 Graduation under a new format, outside in the main parking lot. This graduation, usually held inside in a lecture hall, was anticipated to be so large that a new location was necessary.
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IBEW Local 164 showcases electrical and telecommunications professions at Essex


Students Learn About Rewarding Opportunities in Building Trades

PASSAIC, N.J., June 20, 2007 – Essex High School students recently explored the lucrative and rewarding careers being offered by the electrical and telecommunications industries at Career Day. The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 164 provided hands-on exhibits to offer insight regarding the five-year electrical and four-year telecommunications apprenticeship training programs available to high school graduates.
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Make Healthy Pools Part of Your Summertime Fun


Partnership says proper treatment and healthy behaviors are key to a safe swim
WASHINGTON, D.C., June 21, 2007 –– A swim in the pool can be a fun and healthy summertime activity. But without the proper precautions, pools can spread germs that make swimmers sick, and the number of outbreaks is on the rise. That is why a national partnership including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Consumers League (NCL), Water Quality and Health Council (WQ&HC), American Chemistry Council (ACC) and Association of Pool and Spa Professionals (APSP) has again teamed up to inform the public about preventing recreational water illnesses (RWIs). The partners want swimmers and parents to know that what they see, feel, smell and hear can help them recognize the difference between a healthy pool and a risky one.
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Soma, a lingerie experience at Paramus Park Mall


Soma at Paramus Park
What do you do when a man enters your intimate apparel shop, I asked Soma manager Lauren Rolaf. We greet him and immediately try to put him at ease was her immediate response. From first hand experience, this is what she did. We were joined by Minnie Adams, Paramus Park Mall manager who was offered a fitting by the Soma experts, Lauren, Margaret and Tiffany.
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Plug of war



PLUG OF WAR
The pacifier.

Despite its name, the small plastic plug seems to rile up controversy rather than calm it.

Yes, even the cute ones adorned with Winnie the Pooh.
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Erecting a Crazy Mouse


Crazy Mouse
I asked my good friends, John and Cindy Hofeditz to let me know when the Crazy Mouse arrived at the Meadowlands for the fair. This is one of the super rides that John erects for Amusements of America. I thought it would be interesting to show the average fair and carnival patron what goes into the erection of a giant ride like this.
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Rubik's rules



RUBIK'S RULES
Joe Ginger of Canton, Ill., has sparked interest in adults and children alike by teaching a class on the how-to's of solving the infamous Rubik's cube.

"When I am teaching the cube and when the people are working on the cube, all you see is smiles on their faces because they know soon they will be able to impress their friends," said Ginger.
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