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Sunday, February 17 2019 @ 03:04 AM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Sunday, February 17 2019 @ 03:04 AM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

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Sharon P. Parker invades Lord & Taylor


Sharon Parker at Lord &Taylor
When Sharon P. Parker walks in, you know immediately that she is there. This cancer survivor was holding a book sale at Lord and Taylor located in The Fashion Center on Saturday, September 30, with the proceeds going to Hackensack Hospital. 

Lord and Taylor management had set her up in a prominent nook by the escalator on the 2nd floor in their cosmetic department.
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Mayor Tedesco says farewell to WBSHC Rashan Womack


Farewell to Rashan Womack
Rashan Womack, Maintenance Supervisor at the Walter Behnke Senior Housing Complex, left on September 30th to pursue a new career. 

Manager Pat Whitney held a going away party for him that was attended by ¾ of the residents. When Mayor James Tedesco learned of the farewell tribute, he attended the party and said a few words of farewell to this beloved man.
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Topping Out at Westfield Garden State Plaza Shopping Center


Topping Out at GPS
Pardon me sir, I said to the driver of a heavy forklift and wearing a hardhat, where is the place for the last beam to go in? I understand there will be a ceremony. 

Introducing himself as Bill Whalen, he pointed to an area where there was a giant crane and told me to go there, park outside and walk through the closed in gate. Bill then called ahead to alert his fellow members of Ironworkers Union 483 that I would be entering.
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Bergen Community College Thespians to Perform Shakespeare's "The Tempest&qu


Tempest
Tempest
“The Tempest,” by William Shakespeare, will be presented by Bergen Community College Theatre Productions at the Ender Hall Laboratory Theatre on the campus at 400 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ, Fridays and Saturdays, October 27-28 and November 3-4 at 7:30 p.m. The matinees will be on Sundays, October 29 and November 5, and Saturday, November 4 at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $7 for students and seniors (65+). 
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Couples united in belief separate vacations are beneficial


ART OF APART
ART OF APART
Sammie Jo Swift faced a milestone birthday in May. And there was no question where she wanted to spend it.

"Vegas," she recalls, laughing.

She talked it over with her husband Fred and made the plans. Then she left for three days. No husband. No son. Just her good friend Brenda.

"People would look at me kind of funny when I told them," Sammie recalls of the reaction to taking a trip without her husband. "But once I explained to them that Fred was OK with it ... It wasn't like I said, 'It's my birthday, I'm going to Vegas, too bad.' "
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Community Leaders Recognized at Fourth Annual Building Futures Awards


Bilding Futures Awards
Honorees Include Deborah Aronson, Nicholas Felice, Todd Ouida Children’s Foundation

(Paramus, NJ) September 27, 2006 – Children’s Aid and Family Services recently recognized several individuals, groups and corporations that contribute to building futures for children, families and communities in New Jersey. Several local politicians, including Bergen County Executive Dennis McNerney, Bergen County Freeholder Valerie Huddle and Assemblywoman Charlotte Vandervalk, attended and gave brief remarks congratulating the award winners. The nonprofit, human services agency honored the following individuals, businesses and community organizations:
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Paul Aronsohn and Max Cleland speak at the IBEW Hall


Aronsohn and Cleland
On Friday, September 22nd, the Honorable Max Cleland came to the IBEW Hall on Robin Road in Paramus to chat and support Paul Aronsohn in his bid for Congress. Among the dignitaries there were Sheriff Leo P. McGuire and Councilwoman Concetta (Connie) Wagner. Richard K. Dressel, Business Manager for the IBEW was also present for the talk

Max Cleland has had a long and distinguished career in public service, both state and national level. In 1968, he volunteered for the Vietnam War, but was seriously wounded that year when a grenade explosion cost him both legs and his right arm. In addition to a Bronze and Silver Star, he holds a master’s degree in American History and a degree from Stetson University. Both colleges have awarded him honorary doctorate degrees.
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Ground Breaking Ceremony


Ground Breaking Ceremony
On Thursday, September 21 at Country Club Campus Plaza II, a traditional ground breaking ceremony was held at 115 West Century Road in Paramus. This building, located well in the rear of the other Country Club Campus buildings is our newest office building to be developed in town.

CB Richard Ellis, Kwartler Development Services and RREEF held the momentous occasion with the traditional hard hats and silver shovels.
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The last hurrah at the Bandshell


Wide Variety
Wide Variety performed at  the Paramus Band Shell on Sunday, September 17 2006,  It is hard to believe that summer is officially at an end and the colors of fall will soon be upon us.  About 150 residents came to the Paramus Band Shell, located behind the Paramus Public Library, 116 E. Century Road for the last outdoor concert of the year. They brought lawn chairs and blankets even  picnic dinners and some snacks to this concert staged by the Paramus Library!
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