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4 tips for working adults going back to school

4 tips for working adults going back to school

Do the back-to-school signs in the store have you itching to get back in a classroom? Back-to-school season traditionally falls around August or September for students in kindergarten through 12th…

6 ways to win the race against the clock (and the kids) each morning

6 ways to win the race against the clock (and the kids) each morning

Relaxed mornings are few and far between for the average American family, and it can seem like you’re always in a race against the clock to get everyone out the…

Seeds of Peace

Seeds of Peace

Recent high school graduate Ben Sharp traveled in July to Israel with Seeds of Peace.  The Seeds of Peace Israel tour took showed him a side of Israel most Americans…

Adopt Morty: a senior German Shepherd.

Adopt Morty: a senior German Shepherd.

Morty (ID#17392) is a senior German Shepherd. We’ve all heard the age old saying, never judge a book by its cover.   Although 7 years old, Morty has an abundant amount of…

Legally Blonde, Jr. Performed in Teaneck at Temple Emeth

Legally Blonde, Jr. Performed in Teaneck at Temple Emeth

Legally Blonde, Jr. marks New Vision Players’ FIRST EVER youth production, featuring a talented cast of 19 young performers between the ages of 7 to 16, who have traveled all around…

HackensackUMC Foundation Hosts Annual Golf Outing

HackensackUMC Foundation Hosts Annual Golf Outing

(Paramus, NJ) Nearly 300 golfers hit the green recently for the HackensackUMC Foundation 18th Annual Invitational Golf Outing at the Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus. This year’s outing, which raised…

Bergen’s First Paramedic Class Answers the Call

Bergen’s First Paramedic Class Answers the Call

With a ceremonial pinning Aug. 25 marking the end of their studies, the inaugural Bergen Community College paramedic science program class will now enter a growing health profession expected to…

The Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Teen Philanthropy Institute Raises More than $9,000 for Charity

The Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Teen Philanthropy Institute Raises More than $9,000 for Charity

The Kaplen JCC on the Palisades recently hosted an end-of-year banquet to celebrate the achievements of the Teen Philanthropy Institute (TPI) participants who raised more than $9,000 to allocate to…

Danielle Mandelblatt, a Teen Commit Fellow at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades, Raises $1,200 in Soccer Tournament to Help Kids Around the Globe Find Happiness in the Sport

Danielle Mandelblatt, a Teen Commit Fellow at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades,  Raises $1,200 in Soccer Tournament to Help Kids Around the Globe Find Happiness in the Sport

Danielle Mandelblatt, a 17-year-old high school junior from Closter, has paired her passion for soccer with a student-founded, student-led non-profit called FUNDaFIELD that strives to enrich the lives of less…

Local Teens Visit Boston and Donate Their Time and Money to Help Less Fortunate Kids

Local Teens Visit Boston and Donate Their Time and Money to Help Less Fortunate Kids

Eighteen local teens who are participating in the Teen Adventures Travel and Volunteer Camp at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades recently traveled to Boston where they took part in…