â€œBury the Dead,â€ the timeless anti-war play by Irwin Shaw, will be presented by Bergen Community College Theatre Productions at the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre on the campus at 400 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ, Fridays and Saturdays, April 20, 21, 27 and 28 at 7:30 p.m. The matinees will be on Sundays, April 22 and 29, at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $7 for students and seniors (65+). To purchase tickets visit the Office of Community and Cultural Affairs, Room A-315 at the College or call 201-447-7428.
For all of golf's traditional trappings, the business that surrounds the sport thrives on innovation.
Each year, golf companies such as Callaway, Nike and TaylorMade attempt to come up with new equipment that helps players hit the ball farther and straighter - all within the rigid technological guidelines of the United States Golf Association.
The industry has been buzzing about the emergence of the square-head driver, with Callaway and Nike introducing their own versions. The promise of the square head is that it will help less-skilled players hit the ball straighter more often.
The Adler Aphasia Center, located in Maywood, NJ, will offer a volunteer training workshop on Thursday, April 5, 2007 from 9 am to 1 pm. Aphasia, a communication disorder usually as a result of a stroke or other brain injury, can affect a personâ€™s ability to speak, read, write or comprehend language but does NOT affect their intellect. Volunteers dedicate their time and efforts at the Center working alongside people with aphasia to help them learn to communicate in a comfortable atmosphere using alternative methods of communication such as: drawing, gesturing, writing, and more.
There's a possibility that Good Friday should actually be Good Thursday - or maybe even Good Wednesday.
And there's a probability that Easter Sunday should be considered Easter Saturday Evening.
Whether the events of Holy Week, the days leading up to Jesus's death and resurrection, occurred as they are now celebrated continues to be an occasional topic of discussion and study, scholars like Kevin Zuber of Moody Bible Institute say.
As proud members of the premiere organization for girls, the Girl Scout Council of Bergen County has a long history of building character and giving girls skills for success in the real world.
The Women of Achievement Awards Dinner is an annual event that honors outstanding women whose lives have been marked by achievement and serve as positive role models who exemplify what we strive to instill in girls through Girl Scouting.
March 16, 2007. (Paramus, NJ) Westfield Garden State Plaza celebrated the arrival of the Easter Bunny on Friday morning with an assortment of fun activities for the children that attended. The morning started off with a complimentary breakfast, provided by Ranch 1, and was followed by an Easter Egg hunt throughout the Lord & Taylor court. All of the children then received a complimentary photo with the Easter Bunny, and then marched in an Easter parade through the mall to Borders for story time.
Honored at the Council meeting by Mayor Tedesco and Freeholder Connie Wagner was the Paramus Womenâ€™s Club. President Camille Lazorchak accepted the Commendations from the Borough and the County. Mentioned to the audience was the fact that the Club has been in existence since 1944. Among the attendees at the meeting were Claire Petti and Rene Tedesco (the Mayorâ€™s wife) both had been absent due to illness.