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Paramus Recreation Holds Annual Coaches Dinner

Paramus Recreation Holds Annual Coaches Dinner

The Paramus Recreation Commission recently held its annual Coaches Dinner at the Florentine Gardens in River Vale. This annual event, which had over 150 guests, is the Commission’s way of…

Lynne Algrant Named CEO at Volunteer Center of Bergen County

Lynne Algrant Named CEO at Volunteer Center of Bergen County

CAPTION:  Lynne Algrant  (right) has been named CEO of the Volunteer Center of Bergen County, effective April 1. She succeeds Janet Sharma (left), who had previously announced her retirement. Hackensack, NJ.…

A Sweet Idea

A Sweet Idea

Photo: Ruth Harper, YCS Foundation VP, LEC director Monica Mustacchio, LEC owner Mike Pane, Frances Spiegel, YCS Foundation AVP. The Learning Experience (LEC) Child Care Center in Hackensack lived up…

Visitation Academy Participates in Trench Warfare

Visitation Academy Participates in Trench Warfare

Visitation Academy’s eighth grade students participated in a re-creation simulation during Social Studies Class.  The students acted as soldiers on opposing sides to simulate the life and combat conditions in…

Math Counts in Paramus

Math Counts in Paramus

Twenty students in grades 6 through 8 from both West Brook and East Brook Middle Schools represented Paramus at the MathCounts competition on February 7.  The regional competition was held…

LOCAL STUDENTS ARE CAST MEMBERS IN DON BOSCO PREP’S PRODUCTION OF FOOTLOOSE, March 21, 22, 27-29

LOCAL STUDENTS ARE CAST MEMBERS IN DON BOSCO PREP’S PRODUCTION OF FOOTLOOSE, March 21, 22, 27-29

A talented cast of students from area high schools will perform in Don Bosco Prep’s production of Footloose on Saturday, March 21, 8:00 pm; Sunday, March 22, 3:00 pm; Friday,…

Purim Celebrated at YJCC

Purim Celebrated at YJCC

Children in the Bergen County YJCC’s David Rukin Early Childhood Center Nursery School celebrated the Jewish holiday of Purim with costumes, noisemakers and a Purim parade. Purim is a joyful…

Gator is our longest resident. He needs our help to find his new family.

Gator is our longest resident.  He needs our help to find his new family.

Gator (ID#8509) is a male, pitbull terrier.  This handsome fella was transferred from another shelter where he was residing for about 4 months. We took responsibility over this big guy…

Midland Student Dish & Swishes His Way to Becoming Tri-state Champion

Midland Student Dish & Swishes His Way to Becoming Tri-state Champion

The students in grades 2, 3 and 4 competed in the NBA FIT Dribble, Dish & Swish competition.  We had 4 students advance to the Regional Competition.  They were:  Corey…

Midland Goes Over the Top Hat for Reading

Midland Goes Over the Top Hat for Reading

As a part of their Read Across America Celebration, students at Midland School gathered for a liver performance of one of Dr. Seuss’ famous children’s books.  Every year around Dr.…