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Wednesday, April 08 2020 @ 01:48 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Wednesday, April 08 2020 @ 01:48 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Cosmetic Surgery Seminar


Paramus Surgical Center
Paramus Surgical Center
Paramus, NJ. Paramus Surgical Center, New Jersey’s leader in minimally invasive surgery will be hosting a Cosmetic Surgery Seminar, April 27, 2006. Take a tour of the facility and hear an informative presentation designed to answer ALL of your cosmetic surgery questions!

The invited speaker, Gregory E. Rauscher, MD, PA, FACS, is an accomplished, board certified Cosmetic, Hand & Plastic Surgeon. Professor, Plastic Surgery, UMDNJ as well as Section Chief, Cosmetic Surgery, HUMC.
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Knights of Columbus


The Bergen County Federation Knights of Columbus celebrated the 11th anniversary of the Mass Program at the Paramus Veteran's Home. Bishop Charles J. McDonnell, the State Chaplain of the Knights of Columbus, was the celebrant. He was assisted by Deacon Robert Glasner. State Treasurer Herb Meyer and his wife, Ann, and State Veterans Coordinator Edward Shellman were among those attending the Mass.
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Patterns of faith


HANDY WORK
HANDY WORK
Barbara Hamdan has received quizzical stares at her hands for years.

The Peoria, Ill., resident displays ornate patterns on her hands created with henna, an orange-colored plant-based dye, to coincide with Islamic weddings and holidays.

Hamdan, a Muslim, frequently decorates her hands with henna for Ramadan, an Islamic holiday.

"The hardest thing is when your henna is starting to fade and people are, like, 'What do you have on your hand?'" Hamdan said. "I tell them we had a celebration - most people know, but they want to see it."
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Taiwanese Americans to protest Hu Jintao at White House


Hu Jintao and George Bush
Hu Jintao and George Bush
The 18 undersigned Taiwanese-American organizations will be staging a demonstration in Washington D.C. against Chinese President Hu Jintao when he visits the White House. The protest activities will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 20th at the Lafayette Park (Pennsylvania Ave. & 16th Street). Among the scheduled events are speeches to be delivered, beginning at 11:30 a.m., by the various organization leaders from across the country.
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Medicare Part B made simpler


Medicare Part B made simpler
In a mass effort to get the word out about the impending changeover, the Social Security Administration is visiting every facility they can. On Tuesday, April 11th, they made a presentation at the NJ Veterans Memorial Home at Paramus. Deputy Commissioner James B. Lockhart III came in from Washington, DC to try and reach the vets. With him was John Shallman, Director of Communications NY Region , Frederick Maurin, Area Director for the NJ area, Anthony Pezza, District Manager, Hackensack and his assistant, Sharon Goldstein, among other members in their group.
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Paramus to Host Unprecedented Leadership Seminar for Bergen County Area Business


Paramus, NJ - On May 5, 2006, the Maximum Impact Simulcast 360° The Measure of a Leader will reach over 80,000 business professionals participating via satellite downlink from Atlanta, GA. Trinity Presbyterian Church of Paramus is one of 600 church locations participating as a local host for this unprecedented Leadership event. This LIVE leadership seminar simulcast has trained over 250,000 business professionals in the last four years.
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When Japanese-Americans were interned, an outraged librarian made sure the child


A BREED APART
A BREED APART
Clara Breed was an Iowa-born preacher's daughter who grew up to be a librarian, not the kind of background normally associated with someone who rocks the boat. But these were not normal times.

On this day - Feb. 19 - in 1942, two months after Pearl Harbor, President Franklin Roosevelt signed an executive order clearing the way for some 120,000 U.S. residents of Japanese descent to be evicted from their homes and imprisoned.
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Holocaust Remembrance Day Program Held at Bergen Community College


Tamara Freeman
Tamara Freeman
Holocaust Remembrance Day, Yom HaShoah in Hebrew, a day to remember those that suffered, fought, and died during the Holocaust, was celebrated
on Wednesday, April 5, in the Moses Family Meeting and Training Center of Bergen Community College in Paramus, NJ.

The Holocaust Remembrance Day Program began with a candle lighting ceremony led by Rabbi Neal Borovitz of Temple Sholom in River Edge, NJ. Rabbi Borovitz, who lives in Paramus, has officiated at events at Bergen in the past.
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File sharing dangers more than legal troubles


Want to download the hottest music, movies, or software for free? Despite high-profile lawsuits, illegal file sharing online remains fairly common. But legal troubles aren't the only risk for illegal sharers and downloaders.

Confidential and personal documents, financial files, images and more could be available to anyone connected to the sharing network. How? It's inherent in how file sharing works.
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Trying to make sense out of a national census


THE NEW CENSUS
THE NEW CENSUS
To the U.S. Census Bureau, it's an important tool to help the government spend taxpayers' money more wisely. To Jackson Township, Ohio, resident Earl Rodd, it's an invasion of privacy.

Rodd, 58, said he was taken aback in 2001 when he received a form called the American Community Survey from the U.S. Census Bureau. It directed him to answer dozens of questions such as: How much was his mortgage payment? Was he a veteran? How much did he earn? How long did it take him to get to work? What Rodd really didn't like was that the survey said the law required him to fill it out.
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