Cultural Council President Valerie Coniglio came to the microphone almost with tears in her eyes. This was the last show of this yearâ€™s great season. She gave thanks to all the sponsors and to the town residents and to the Mayor and Council. Mayor James Tedesco spoke and not only praised the Cultural Council efforts, but mentioned that through their efforts and that of Councilwoman Concetta (Connie) Wagner, they had made a big town into a home town.
Len LoPinto, the Paramus Librarian, treated me to an insight of the nooks and crannies in our library. Of course he is very proud of the fact that since he has been there, November 2000, the library activity has skyrocketed and is still going up. There has been an increase from 310,000 to 370,000 and projected to reach over 400,000 this year. This in an age of Internet technology where people scoffed and said that the Library was done for.
The Paramus Cultural Arts Council is hosting the Ring of Fire Band and their â€œTribute to Johnny Cashâ€ at the Westfield Garden State Band Shell this evening. The Band Shell is located behind the Paramus Public Library, 116 East Century Road, Paramus.
The â€œRing of Fireâ€ band stems from central NJ and is an offspring of the successful country-rock group entitled "The Suburban Hillbillies." While the original band continues to tour locally, its members have put together this special project. . . A tribute show to honor and pay homage to one of their musical icons - Mr. Johnny Cash!
Although the bus driver couldnâ€™t locate the Joseph Cipolla Senior Center on Farview Avenue and arrived late for the trip to Atlantic City, that didnâ€™t daunt the people who were ready to go. Eileen McDowell, had everything prepared so that we all knew exactly where we were sitting. We quickly piled on the bus and away we went.
On the trip down, we played Bingo for part of the way and after that listened to a cacophony of voices as the women blissfully chatted away.
Paramus residents (l to r) Michael Mariniello, Sam Casiello, Maureen Oâ€™Brien and Patrick Oâ€™Brien, chair, Vantage Health System Board of Trustees, recently participated in Vantageâ€™s 8th Annual Golf Outing and Awards Dinner event at White Beeches Golf and Country Club in Haworth.
Vantage, a nonprofit behavioral healthcare center, provides a comprehensive range of community based mental health, addiction and eldercare services to individuals and families in Bergen County.
"...the people of our community deserve a thorough public discussion of the key issues facing them this fall
â€“ issues on which our candidates fundamentally disagree." -- Parisa Sabeti, Campaign Manager, Paul Aronsohn for Congress
Paramus -- Paul Aronsohn for Congress Campaign Manager Parisa Sabeti sent a letter today to her counterpart in the Garrett Campaign requesting four debates in four counties. The full text of the letter is below.
The new carry-on baggage restrictions recently imposed by the
Transportation and Security Administration call for some lean and mean
packing strategies. With the TSA banning liquids from carry-on bags,
it's time to organize your suitcase contents, leave nonessentials
behind and substitute smaller, generic products for some of your old
Here are a few tips to help get you through airport security and to your destination with minimal stress and maximum efficiency.
In addition to labeling your prescription medications, people with
certain medications should also consider carrying a letter from their
doctor on letterhead explaining the medicine or device.
On Saturday, August 19, 2006 at 12:15, Westfield GSP played host to a Back to School fashion show conducted by Carol Sobh of Runway Productions. The show was sponsored by Washington Mutual who with The Record and Legal Seafoods manned tables at the show. Among the stores taking part were Lord & Taylor, Steve Madden, Stride Rite, Coach, Geox, Childrenâ€™s Place, Guess, Marcianno, Oakley, Quiksilver, Image, Ariella. Payless & Sephora.
You are not alone. Your dog or cat may be suffering as well.
Pets have similar phobias to owners. Among the most common are their fears of loud noises such as thunderstorms and being separated from their owners. Another is the dislike of being alone.
"That is Abby," said Michele Zeno of Lake Township, Ohio, introducing her dog. "She constantly wants attention."Abby was found, along with her 14 puppies, and taken to the Stark County Humane Society where Zeno got her. Whether or not that has anything to do with her dependency, Zeno isn't sure.