A

meti’s Pizza on Newark
Pompton Turnpike in
Pequannock is not just
your average pizzeria. Known for
their excellent food and service,
Ameti’s strives to be a champ-
ion for the community of
Pequannock. It begins with
exceptional customer service and
ends each day with extra pizzas
being delivered to charity.
“When you buy from a local
small business you are not helping
a big-time CEO buy a third vaca-
tion home,” says owner Spendim
Ameti. “You are helping a little
girl get dance lessons, or a family
pay a mortgage. This is something
we take to heart at Ameti’s Pizza.
Our customers are our sharehold-
ers and they are the ones we ulti-
mately strive to make happy.”
Ameti’s Pizza is a prime example
of what small business in a com-
munity ought to look like.
But what is a small business
without an outstanding product?
What Ameti’s brings to the table
is fine Italian cuisine that is sure
to wow you and your family. The
menu includes dozens of varieties,
including gourmet pizzas, sand-
wiches and paninis, and a list of
classic Italian entrees. Online
ordering and free home delivery
are available! Ameti’s also offers
excellent specials and “the 99-
cent slice.”
Stop in and enjoy a slice or
delicious meal at Ameti’s Pizza.
Visit us at 166 Newark Pompton
Turnpike in Pequannock. Call
973-696-4900 or check out
www.ametispizza.com for more
information.
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•Woman’s Way Fitness Center in Wayne
is offering a free class during their Open
House on Monday October 14, Tuesday
October 15 and Wednesday October 16.
They offer over 50 weekly classes. A
few of the classes include, BTS
Kickboxing, Zumba, Spinning, Yoga and
more Please call or stop by for more
information. Woman’s Way is located at
1479 Rt. 23 N. in Wayne. Call 973-305-
1003 or visit www.womansway
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OCT 17
•Holy Spirit’s upcoming 18th Annual
Msgr. McQuaid Golf Event will be held
on Thursday, October 17 at the Black
Bear Golf & Country club in Franklin,
NJ. Registration begins at 10:30am.
Tee-Off is 12:30pm Shotgun Start. 19th
Hole cocktails will start at 5pm and sit
down dinner is at 5:30pm. Special raffle
for a week of choice in Myrtle Beach SC
and a “Hole in One” Prize from Dalessio
Chevrolet. Cost per player is $150.00
including lunch, dinner and on course
beverages, greens fees, cart and gift
bags. For information and reservations
please call Holy Spirit School at 973-
835-5680 or 973-694-0938.
OCT 21
•The G.F.W.C. Montville Township
Women’s Club will hold its monthly
meeting on Monday, October 21 at 7pm
– Senior House, 356 Route 202 (Main
Road), Montville. The evening’s speak-
er will be Donna Cirillo from Heifer
International. Her presentation will be
on the many ways Heifer touches and
improves the daily lives of families
in rural and undeveloped areas.
Refreshments will be served. Montville
Township Women’s Club meetings are
held the 3rd Monday of each month.
New members are welcome. For mem-
bership information, call Alexandria at
973-405-0088.
OCT 23
•The Montville Township Chamber of
Commerce is sponsoring a business
networking event hosted by Atlantic
Stewardship Bank, 2 Changebridge
Rd. Montville on Wednesday, October
23 at 5:30pm. Bring your business
cards and join us for a wine & cheese
reception: no charge. Please RSVP by
October 16 to Judi Rothwell at 201-
444-7100, ext. 7875 or jrothwell
@asbnow.com. We hope to see you
there!
OCT 25
•The G.F.W.C. Montville Township
Women’s Club will hold its annual Fish
or Chick ‘n Chips Dinner on Friday,
October 25 from 5:30-7:30pm at the
Senior House, 356 Route 202
Montville. The ticket price of $14.00
includes entrée, chips, slaw, dessert
and beverage. Argyle’s prepares your
dinner on-site which can be eaten in
or taken out. Please purchase your
tickets in advance by calling Audrey
at 973-334-7314. Chicken dinners
must be pre-ordered. Montville
Township Women’s Club meetings are
held the 3rd Monday of each Month.
New members are welcome. For
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H
ave you ever won-
dered what it would
be like to go back in
time to instruct the younger
you? Which mistakes to
avoid… which opportunities to
seize… the person not to
marry… or maybe just to see
the one you did choose to
marry as a child, knowing
already how they turned out.
What other news from the
present would you tell the
younger you to embrace, cap-
ture, purchase or invest in?
Many movies have
broached the subject of time
travel, most notably “Star
Trek” and the “Back to the
Future” collections. Alas, no
such time machine exists, not
even in a Delorean, so we are
destined to learn from our
mistakes — or better yet, the
mistakes and successes of oth-
ers! Because we actually did
travel forward through our
own timelines to be where we
are today, we have the benefit
of sharing our proven wisdom,
gained over decades of actual
life experiences and educa-
tion, with our children.
Our children comprise a
captive audience because they
have to listen and pay atten-
tion (at least when they still
live under our roof!). They are
an extension of us and carry our
genetic code, so they can’t be
that much different from the
source! In most circumstances,
we want more and better for
our children than for ourselves,
empowering us to be the best
teachers and them to be the
best students of our morals, wis-
dom, drive and ambition to
succeed in all the areas of life.
I get frustrated when one
of my kids needs to learn from
making his own mistakes
instead of heeding his
parental warnings, based on
wisdom and experience and
not simply “because I said so.”
It’s also frustrating for the
children, as they want to
assert their independence,
make their own choices and
spread their wings, letting the
wind take them where it may.
We try to explain that as
their parents, we act as their
compass or rudder guiding
them, not just doing it for
them, until their feet are firmly
planted on the ground. Some
children are happy receiving
this scholarly, worldly advice
for their own benefit. Yet oth-
ers reject it completely in fear
of failure, fear of having to
share the glory or living up to
or exceeding their parents’
expectations, or some other
reason which still is a mystery
to me. It’s a tightrope walk at
times, the children ultimately
in control with the final word,
as it is their life to live and to
reap whatever they can sow.
If I had a time machine
with only one journey allowed,
I would pass it to my son to take
a trip into his future to see the
results of the decisions he is
making now, the decisions he
didn’t make, and the conse-
quences of both!
If the future you showed
up at your door today to tell
you what you can look forward
to, to give you reliable advice
for the present that when
implemented would have a dra-
matic impact on your future
life, would you recognize your-
self at the door? Would you
embrace yourself? Would you
be interested in the informa-
tion and would you listen and
implement the advice?
The financial advisor or
retirement and estate planning
professional is like a coach and
a mentor for his clients. APG
representatives never charge
prospects or clients a fee to
work with them. We charge no
wrap account fees nor obligate
our clients to take any action.
We have no hourly fees, either.
Our compensation is derived
from the investment and insur-
ance companies we represent
when we send them client cap-
ital. In other words, there is
absolutely no expense to speak
with me or any other APG rep-
resentative country-wide!
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The caring concerned
APG retirement and estate-
planning specialist desires a
parental relationship with you,
our neighbor, and a friend we
just haven’t met yet. Please
accept my offer to share with
you my financial wisdom
derived from 32 years of experi-
ence.
We have run retirement
and estate planning workshops
area-wide and now in our
newly redesigned technologi-
cally advanced facility, com-
prising our national headquar-
ters at 901 Rt. 23 South in
Pompton Plains. At the con-
clusion of last month’s work-
shop series, 32 people attended
and graduated from “APG
University.” All but one of
those graduates availed them-
selves a personal consultation
with me for more “fatherly”
financial advice to review their
existing monetary goals and
objectives. Thousands of peo-
ple since 1992 have attended
and benefited from our com-
prehensive programs, all with
no cost, fee or obligation and
with no commitment to do
anything other than learn and
ask questions to improve their
financial position!
And now may be your
turn to join them! Saturday,
October 19, APG and our
neighbor, Brainy-Acts Tutor-
ing, will be celebrating our
grand opening, complete with
the official ribbon-cutting and
celebration from 11am–6pm.
We would love to have you
join in our festivities. More
importantly, there is the last
retirement and estate-plan-
ning workshop series of the
year scheduled for October
22–24 at 1-3pm and 7-9pm.
Call our office or look for the
flyer insert in this paper for
more details. Don’t miss your
opportunity to attend.
Our federal government is
shut down and Obamacare is
gearing up! These, among
other federal events taking
place, may have a devastating
effect on your portfolio and
retirement funds, which, if
positioned properly, will be able
to take the news and aftermath
in stride or better, be able to
profit. Let me give you some
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Mark E. Charnet, CAS, CSA,
is president and founder of Amer-
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Charnet has 32 years of experi-
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T
housands upon thou-
sands of women have
battled breast cancer.
Some have pulled through
the disease, while others suc-
cumbed to the disease after a
brave fight. Few people who
have waged war with breast
cancer are better known than
Susan Komen, a name many
instantly associate with
the organization Susan G.
Komen for the Cure, the
most widely known, largest
and well-funded breast can-
cer organization in the
United States.
Susan G. Komen was
born Susan Goodman in
1943 in Peoria, Ill.
According to her sister,
Nancy, Susan was the high
school homecoming queen
and a college beauty queen.
After graduating from col-
lege, Goodman returned to
her hometown and pursued
modeling, eventually marry-
ing her high school sweet-
heart, Stan.
Komen was diagnosed
with breast cancer in 1977
after finding a lump that sub-
sequent testing revealed was
cancerous. Komen under-
went a procedure called a
subcutaneous mastectomy, in
which the outside of the
breast tissue was left intact,
but the interior breast tissue
was removed. The doctor
who did the procedure
assured Komen that she was
cured. Despite urging her sis-
ter to get a second opinion,
Komen was convinced she
was safe. But within six
months Komen found anoth-
er lump under her arm, and,
by this point, it was evident
that the cancer had spread.
Doctors at the Mayo Clinic
soon determined the cancer
had metastasized to her lung
and under her arm.
Komen underwent sev-
eral different treatments to
slow the progression of the
cancer, including radiation
and intense chemotherapy.
How-ever, the cancer con-
tinued to spread and eventu-
ally her body developed a
resistance to most of the
medication. During treat-
ment, Komen repeatedly
spoke with her sister about
her wish to make the entire
breast cancer experience and
treatments in the hospital
more palatable for women,
including improving the
appearance of waiting rooms
and treatment centers, and
doing other things to help
comfort those who would
find themselves in similar sit-
uations in the future. Komen
lost her battle with breast
cancer in 1980 at age 36. By
the time of her death, Komen
had undergone nine opera-
tions and three courses of
chemotherapy and radiation.
Nancy Goodman Brinker
then made it her mission to
do everything she could to
help end breast cancer and
increase awareness of this
potentially deadly disease. In
1982, Brinker established the
Susan G. Komen Breast
Cancer Foundation in her
sister’s memory. Since its
inception, the organization,
now called Susan G. Komen
for the Cure, has provided
funding for basic, clinical
and translational breast can-
cer research projects. It also
has become instrumental in
breast health education and
urging women to do
self-screening while promot-
ing annual mammograms.
Through the years, the foun-
dation has teamed up with
many well-known businesses,
brands and organizations as
part of its fundraising efforts.
To date, the organization has
invested $750 million in
breast cancer research,
awarding many thousands of
dollars in grants in countries
around the world.
Through her struggle
with breast cancer, Susan
Goodman Komen unknow-
ingly inspired an organiza-
tion that has helped to save
the lives of millions. Learn
more at ww5.komen.org.
N
ew research shows
that a healthy diet
and lifestyle can
greatly reduce the risk of oral
cancer.
Tobacco usage and alco-
hol consumption adversely
impact the risk of oral can-
cer. When smoking or drink-
ing, the mouth area is sub-
jected to many carcinogens,
or cancer-producing chemi-
cals. These carcinogens cause
our DNA to change or
mutate. These mutations are
multiplied when the body is
chronically exposed to tobac-
co and alcohol.
To reduce the risks of oral
cancer, many studies suggest
never using tobacco, and
drinking alcohol in modera-
tion. Foods that contain
antioxidants are also key in
reducing risks. Also, it’s
important to avoid the human
papilloma virus, which has
been known to cause cancer.
In my office, an oral can-
cer screening or test is rou-
tinely performed during your
dental exam.
Dr. Peter Brusco is a 1980
graduate of The University of
Pennsylvania and has been
practicing in Kinnelon since
1982. Dr. Brusco’s practice is
located at 170 Kinnelon Road,
Suite 29A in Kinnelon. You
may reach him by calling 973-
838-5862 or visit him on the
web at www.drbrusco.com.
Your lifestyle and diet
may prevent oral
cancer By Peter Brusco, DMD
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with a J uris Doctorate. He is licensed to practice
before the Supreme Court of New J ersey, the
United States District Court of Appeals and the
Appellate Division of the Superior Court as well
as the State of New York, Washington, D.C. and
the Supreme Court of the United States.
Azrak & Associates, a general practice firm,
continually strives to provide a broad range of
quality legal services to individuals and
business community. The firm is composed of
skilled trial attorneys and negotiators covering
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meet the needs of the employer and employees. Group
benefits include: health, dental, vision, disability, life,
retirement and voluntary/supplemental products.
Tom also works closely with business owners on funding
buy sell agreements, key person insurance as well as their
retirement and children's education needs.
On the personal/family-side Tom works closely with
people to customize individual life and income protection
(disability) plans to protect their income and assets.
One last area is long term care. Anyone who has had a
family member or friend need these services realizes the
tremendous strain it has on finances, care-givers and
family members. There are plans that can address these
and help you fund the care needed as well as protect the
family's estate.
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ome elderly family
members want to re-
main independent and
live out their lives in their
own homes. While nursing
homes and assisted living
facilities suit some, getting
home care and living inde-
pendently is the best option
for some of our senior loved
ones. Here are ways to help
them remain independent:
1. Purchase a cell phone for
your elderly family member. A
cell phone allows them to
keep in touch with family
members and maintain a net-
work of friends. They can also
use their phone to schedule
their own appointments and
make their own arrangements,
which allows them to feel
autonomous.
2. Purchase a home alert sys-
tem. Devices like “Life Alert”
are one way that an elderly
family member can remain
living in his or her own home
with confidence. The elderly
person wears a necklace while
in the home. If they need
assistance of any kind, they
just have to push the button
on the necklace and a live
person on the other end can
obtain the necessary services.
3. Allow them to cook their
own meals. Take them to the
grocery store once a week to
pick out items they would like
to cook for themselves.
Whether it’s breakfast, lunch
or dinner, allow them the
independence to select, pre-
pare and feed themselves their
favorite meals.
4. Allow them to arrange
their transportation. Many
cities have local transporta-
tion for the elderly. These
transportation companies will
pick them up and take them
to their doctor appointments
and errands. Allowing them
to call and arrange their own
pickup gives the elderly the
independence to get around
to perform their own sched-
uled tasks.
5. Install safety equipment.
Putting hand rails in bath-
rooms at the tub and toilet
areas allows the elderly to use
the bathroom safely on their
own. The help of a caregiver
or family member may not
even be needed if the proper
safety and guide rails are pro-
vided for them to help them-
selves.
Sonia Scott is the owner of Dor-
son Home Care, a full-service
home health care agency provid-
ing families throughout northern
and central New Jersey with
compassionate home care services
since 1989. For more informa-
tion, call 973-672-7691 or
visit www.dorsonhomecare.com.
Five tips to keep elderly loved ones independent
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
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OCT 26
•The First Reformed Church of Lincoln
Park 2013 Fall Craft & Vendor Fair is
Saturday, October 26 from 9am-
3:30pm. Local crafts persons and ven-
dors will be displaying and selling their
goods. An old fashioned bake sale with
lots of homemade goodies will be
available. Homemade Soup &
Sandwich luncheonette so you can
take a break from shopping. If you
would like to be a part of the sales
floor, space may be reserved to show
off your handmade crafts or other
goods or services. Visit our web site
www.frc-lpnj.org or call the church
office at 973-694-4336 for an appli-
cation and more information. First
Reformed Church is located at 60
Chapel Hill Road in Lincoln Park.
Hope to see you all there.
OCT 27
•Please join walkers from churches in
Montville, Kinnelon, Pequannock and
Lincoln Park on Sunday, October 27
for our annual CROP Walk. This year’s
walk, our 25th, is dedicated to the
memory of Glenn Moore. The money
raised from the CROP Walk helps our
local neighbors as well as those
abroad. This year 25% of the money
raised will be donated to the Lincoln
Park Food Pantry, Montville Food
Pantry, Pequannock Food Pantry and
Homeless Solutions. The remaining
75% is used by Church World Service
in many areas of the world. Help us
help the hungry. If you have any ques-
tions, call Susan Leeds at 973-696-
0369. Please join us!
NOV 5
•Enjoy time with friends and family
and help the Montville Animal Shelter.
Join us at the Bonefish Grill, 28 RT 46,
Pine Brook on November 5 from 5-
7pm for beverages & appetizers.
Tickets $25 - includes 2 beverages,
appetizers and tip. Tickets are limited.
3 ways to purchase tickets:
www.montvillepetparents.org - click
donate, include ‘Bonefish’ in the com-
ments, mail check payable to MPP to
PO Box 231, Pine Brook, NJ 07058 or
email us at info@montvillepetpar-
ents.org.
NOV 10
•The Knights of Columbus in
Pequannock is having a Country Dance
(line and partner)/Pasta Dinner on
Sunday, November 10 from 4-8pm
with the Due South Band (country,
classic and southern rock) at Knights
of Columbus Hall, 84 Lincoln Park Rd,
Pequannock. Tickets are $25 and
include pasta dinner, soda, desserts,
coffee, and cash bar. Call Mike at 201-
213-3910 for tickets by November 3.
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Community Happenings
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E
verything comes at a
price, and the relent-
less march of technol-
ogy is no exception. Some
things, like the erosion of
privacy, are readily apparent,
while other tolls technology
exacts are not so transparent.
We asked technology to
give us time. Instead, it gave
us speed. Unfortunately, we
confused the two and as a
result we find ourselves left
with a feeling of forever run-
ning behind. Technology
creates a false sense of
urgency that traps us in the
present — at the expense of
the future!
Technology convinces
us that the pursuit of knowl-
edge is paramount because it
continually moves the bar.
Information expands far
faster than we can assimilate
it! By focusing exclusively on
knowledge, we ignore the
pursuit of wisdom, the practi-
cal means by which we can
employ it.
Oddly content in our
belief that our knowledge is
supreme, we tend to become
arrogant. But here’s the
catch: Every other person in
the world possesses insight
that is unique to them. If we
covet that, each and every
one of our fellow beings
would become invaluable
and irreplaceable. That is
why wisdom is the true path
to knowledge, not the other
way around.
Paul Holland is an author,
speaker, inventor and serial en-
trepreneur. Paul is the presi-
dent of the SWG Group, lo-
cated in Fairfield, NJ. You
may reach him at 973-521-
7647 or on the web at
www.theswggroup.com.
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wisdom By Paul Holland
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October 16, 2013 Zone 2, Page 11
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Please call Joe Carabello at 973-835-
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tions.
Around the
Community...
•The Barn Theatre in Montville will be
holding open auditions on Saturday,
October 19 for its upcoming production
of “Christmas in the Land of Oz”,
adapted by Ruth Perry from the book
by L. Frank Baum. Presented through
special arrangement with Dramatic
Publishing, Inc. The show will be direct-
ed by Erin Wilbur Gilgur. Audition
dates: Saturday, October 19 from
11am-1pm, children ensemble only;
1:30pm-3:30pm teens and adults only.
Performance dates: Saturday,
December 7 at 11am and 2pm;
Sunday, December 8 at 2pm. Questions
B
eing a responsible pet
owner requires a sub-
stantial commitment.
For dog owners, ensuring a dog
is well fed and exercised, and
receives routine medical care
are essential elements of
responsible pet ownership.
People new to dog ownership
may not realize the importance
of early socialization and train-
ing of their new pet.
The American Veterinary
Society of Animal Behavior
has outlined the importance of
early puppy socialization,
preferably before a puppy
reaches 12 to 16 weeks of age.
This is a period of important
critical development, which
can help the animal grow into a
well-adjusted pet.
New pet parents are
encouraged to enroll in a train-
ing class for their puppies or, at
the very least, to expose their
puppies to other animals and
people at an early age. The
experience not only helps own-
ers develop a strong bond with
their pets but also enforces pos-
itive behavior in a fun atmos-
phere. If unsocialized, dogs may
become aggressive or extremely
off-put by other animals and
people. Such dogs run a greater
risk of being surrendered to a
shelter.
Although puppies may
not have completed their
entire run of immunizations at
an early age, many vets agree
that early socialization with
other animals outweighs the
risk of contracting an illness.
The benefits of this socializa-
tion include proper interaction
with people, off-leash play to
learn boundaries and bite inhi-
bition with other puppies.
Young pups are eager
sponges, ready to absorb infor-
mation from their environment
and families. Early stimulation
in a fun and supportive manner
will help prevent some poten-
tial behavioral problems that
can become more difficult to
correct as a puppy grows into
adulthood. Although it is possi-
ble to teach an old dog new
tricks, it’s much easier to teach
dogs when they are still eager
puppies willing to learn.
Barking, biting, digging
and jumping are all
behaviors puppies are
likely to engage in. It is
key for pet owners to dis-
courage these behaviors
as early as possible
because it can lead to
a strained relationship
between pet parent and animal
if the dog continues to engage
in these acts into adolescence.
Very often dogs are chastised or
surrendered simply because
they were never taught the
proper way to behave.
It is not necessary to
enroll in a puppy training class
if owners feel confident in their
abilities to train the dog on
their own. Working with the
pet each and every day for a
small amount of time will grad-
ually drive home the necessary
lessons. Heaping a large
amount of praise on a job well
done will positively reinforce
desired actions. If a puppy
training class is not part of a
dog’s upbringing, at-home
training and visits to a dog park
or puppy daycare can provide
the socialization the dog needs.
Puppies are willing and
able to learn a great deal of
behaviors at an early age.
Responsible pet owners must
set the course for discipline,
socialization and training that
can foster a long and healthy
relationship.
Brought to you by Dr. Matthew
Krupnick, the owner of the Pe-
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grew up in Kinnelon and is happy
to be home — with his wife, three
cats and two dogs — to provide
quality and compassionate care
for your pets in the community.
The Pequannock Animal Hospi-
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Community
Happenings
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G
etting braces is a
rite of passage for
many children. The
American Association of
Orthodontics estimates more
than 3.5 million children
ages 8 to 17 wear braces in a
given year. While some chil-
dren cannot wait to get
braces and correct problems
with crooked teeth, others
are a bit nervous about the
experience. When braces are
in place, it helps to know the
dos and don’ts of maintain-
ing braces, including which
foods can be comfortably
eaten and which should be
avoided.
Braces use a series of
brackets and wires to treat
malocclusion, a Latin term
that translates to “bad bite.”
The wires used today are
smaller and stronger than
they used to be, which has
helped to shorten the length
of time that braces may need
to be worn. There also are
braces that can be worn
behind the teeth or are the
same color as the teeth, min-
imizing the appearance of the
braces.
Many brackets are
cemented to the teeth with
an impermanent product
that is designed to be durable
while the braces are worn.
When the braces need to be
removed, the cement is
scraped off, leaving no dam-
age to the teeth. But it does-
n’t take much force to
remove these brackets from
the teeth, necessitating
repairs.
Certain foods can break
brackets or bend wires, while
others can get stuck in rubber
bands used when wearing
braces. Monitoring diet can
prolong the life of the braces
and shorten the amount of
time they need to be worn.
Hard foods, such as nuts,
ice cubes, apples, and
crunchy crusts, can damage
the fragile components of the
braces. Sticky foods, such as
caramel, gummy candies,
gum, and taffy, can pull apart
braces or get wrapped around
the hardware, making for a
difficult time cleaning the
teeth. Similarly, sweet foods,
including some fruits that are
high in sugar, can feed bacte-
ria on the teeth. Braces make
it more difficult to clean the
teeth effectively, so consum-
ing excessive amounts of
sugar may result in decay.
Small foods also can
become lodged in between
brackets and wires. When
such foods are not removed,
they can promote bacteria
growth and cavities.
It is important to main-
tain scheduled professional
dental cleanings when you
are wearing braces. Regular
brushing and using small
devices designed to get into
the crevices created by the
braces can help keep teeth
clean.
When eating, cut foods
into bite-sized pieces to
avoid having to bite down
into them. Many foods, such
as chicken wings, ribs or corn
on the cob, can be enjoyed
by those wearing braces so
long as they are eaten with a
fork. Apples also can be
sliced and eaten.
Here are the foods that
you may want to avoid for
the duration of your time
wearing braces. hard pizza
crust, popcorn, bagels, hard
candies, chips and other
crunchy snacks, peanut brit-
tle, nuts, raw carrots, pret-
zels, candy, gum, beef jerky,
hard tacos, soda and sugary
soft drinks
Some people wear
braces for a few months,
while others must wear them
for a few years. Keeping teeth
clean and avoiding problem
foods promotes dental health
and makes maintenance less
difficult.
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very weekend of the
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weeding, edging, and trim-
ming your lawn so that it will
look its best. In order to
ensure your lawn makes a
complete recovery after win-
ter hibernation, you may
want to spend the fall taking
steps to help your lawn sur-
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ical winter is. There are cer-
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before you can rest for the
winter season.
•Remove fallen leaves and
debris. Leaf cleanup is among
the tasks homeowners dread
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the effort. Fallen leaves can
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son. Wait until the majority of
the leaves have fallen from
the trees before you begin to
rake; otherwise, you could
find yourself repeating the
process throughout the fall.
Mulched leaves can be added
in small amounts to garden
beds to provide rich organic
material for next year’s crop of
flowers.
Be sure to pick up any
twigs and other debris as
well. Additional debris can
become up trapped under
snow and hinder grass growth
when spring arrives.
•Cut your lawn short. Unless
the season is unseasonably
wet and warm, your lawn
shouldn’t grow too much in
October and November.
Continue to cut your lawn
until there is no visible
growth for about two weeks.
It pays to give it a short cut
before frost arrives so that
long piles of dead grass will
not smother any new growth
in the spring. Also, long grass
tends to bend down upon
itself, trapping moisture that
can lead to fungal diseases
like snow mold.
•Aerate the lawn. Soil can
be compacted over time,
especially in yards that see
heavy foot traffic. You can
rent an aerator from a lawn
supply store so that water and
fertilizer can reach the soil.
•Fertilize. Now is the time to
give the lawn fresh food to
overwinter and also replen-
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system. All summer long the
lawn has been depleting the
soil of nutrition, but autumn
presents a great opportunity
to strengthen those roots.
Consider a slow-release for-
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that will feed the lawn all
winter long.
•Edge the garden beds. Take
advantage of the cooler
weather and slow-growing
grass to re-edge around
flower beds. Even though the
grass above the surface of the
soil will stop growing, the
roots will remain viable and
the lawn will still be sending
out rhizomes and tillers to
produce new grass blades in
the spring. These can easily
encroach on garden beds.
Edge now so you will have
less work to do in the spring.
•Trim hedges and trees. If
there are any overhanging
tree branches or shrubbery
blocking sunlight from
reaching the lawn, cut back
these areas once the foliage
has thinned. Take advantage
of your town’s leaf and twig
pickup services.
•Seed bare patches. Scour
the lawn for bare patches and
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Once you have prepared
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can bring in any lawn tools
that need repair and have
them set and packed away for
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H
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Defining edges of plant-
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his is a good time of
year to review your
investments. If you’re
not meeting your financial
goals for the year, there’s still
time to make changes. Make
sure your portfolio is appropri-
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bonds and other investments.
Keep it well diversified, with-
out too much at risk in any one
sector. And you’ll want to weed
out investments with poor
future prospects.
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following tax implications in
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than 12 months enjoy lower
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ith the autumn on
the horizon, food-
ies are starting to
think about the bevy of fresh
foods that seem to symbolize
the season. From squash to
apples to aromatic seasonings,
foods cooked in the fall are
awash in flavor.
Autumn can be the per-
fect time to handpick foods
from a nearby farmer’s market
or orchard. Pumpkin picking
is a favorite this time of year,
and those impressive orange
spheres are more than just
jack-o-lanterns. Freshly
picked pumpkins can be used
to make muffins, breads and,
of course, the ubiquitous
pumpkin pie.
The following recipe for
“Ultimate Pumpkin Pie with
Rum Whipped Cream” from
Ina Garten’s “Barefoot
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on the classic pumpkin pie
recipe. The recipe can be pre-
pared with fresh pumpkin
puree or the canned variety
found at stores.
Ultimate Pumpkin Pie with
Rum Whipped Cream
Serves 8 to 10
1 unbaked Perfect Pie Crust
(recipe follows)
Dried beans for blind baking
Filling:
1 15-ounce can pumpkin
puree (not pie filling)
1/2 cup light brown sugar,
lightly packed
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1/2 teaspoon ground
cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
1/4 teaspoon ground
nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
2 teaspoons grated orange
zest
3 extra-large eggs, lightly
beaten
1 cup heavy cream
1/2 cup whole milk
2 tablespoons dark rum,
such as Mount Gay
Rum Whipped Cream
(recipe follows)
Preheat the oven to 425
F. Line an 11-inch pie pan
with the unbaked pie crust
and place it on a sheet pan.
Line the crust with parchment
paper. Fill the paper three-
quarters full with the beans
and bake the crust for 15 min-
utes, until the edges start to
brown. Remove the beans and
paper (save the beans for
another time), prick the
crust all over with the tines
of a fork, and bake for anoth-
er 5 minutes.
Reduce the oven tem-
perature to 350 F.
Meanwhile, in a large bowl,
whisk together the pumpkin,
brown sugar, granulated sugar,
cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg,
salt, orange zest, eggs,
cream, milk, and rum.
Pour the filling into the
baked pie shell. Bake for
55 to 65 minutes, until
the filling is just set in
the middle and knife
inserted in the center
comes out clean. Set as
side to cool completely.
Serve with the rum
whipped cream.
Rum Whipped Cream
Serves 8 to 10
1 cup cold heavy cream
3 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon mascarpone
or creme fraiche
1 tablespoon good dark
rum, such as Mount Gay
1 teaspoon pure vanilla
extract
Place the cream in the
bowl of an electric mixer fit-
ted with the whisk attach-
ment and beat on medium
speed for 1 minute. Add the
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offers a food pantry which is open
every second & fourth Wednesday of
the month. Remaining 2013 dates are
as follows: October 23, November 13
& 27, December 11 & 19 (this is the
third Wednesday since the forth is
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in need.
•October Programs at the Lincoln Park
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sugar, mascarpone, rum, and
vanilla and beat on medium-
high until it forms soft peaks.
Serve with the pumpkin pie.
Perfect Pie Crust
12 tablespoons (11/2 sticks)
very cold unsalted butter
3 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon kosher salt
1 tablespoon sugar
1/3 cup very cold vegetable
shortening
6 to 8 tablespoons (about 1/2
cup) ice water
Dice the butter and
return it to the refrigerator
while you prepare the flour
mixture. Place the flour, salt,
and sugar in the bowl of a food
processor fitted with a steel
blade and pulse a few times to
mix. Add the butter and
shortening. Pulse 8 to 12
times, until the butter is the
size of peas. With the machine
running, pour the ice water
down the feed tube and pulse
the machine until the dough
begins to form a ball. Dump
out on a floured board and roll
into a ball. Wrap in plastic
wrap and refrigerate for 30
minutes.
Cut the dough in half.
Roll each piece on a well-
floured board into a circle,
rolling from the center to the
edge, turning and flouring the
dough to make sure it doesn’t
stick to the board. Fold the
dough in half, place in a pie
pan, and unfold to fit the pan.
Repeat with the top crust.
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Treat everyone to an autumn favorite
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Community Happenings
continued from page 12
continued on page 24
with Steve Woyce—a fun-filled but
not scary Halloween-themed magic
show that children of all ages will
enjoy! Don’t forget to stop by the
library on Halloween (Thursday,
October 31 at 4:30pm) to make a spe-
cial craft and get some treats. Please
call 973-694-8283 or visit our website
at www.lincolnparklibrary.org for
more detailed information on all of
the Library’s programs.
•Whether you are still suffering from
the bleak memories of war or have
resolved to put it all behind you, Point
Man Ministries is for you. Point Man is
a Christian ministry dedicated to help-
ing veterans find peace with them-
selves and the world around them. If
you are doing fine after the war, that’s
fantastic but don’t forget about your
buddies who are still suffering. Find
out how you can help. Call Barry
D
anielle Fiorina,
Century 21 Crest
Real Estate sales asso-
ciate, was named the office’s
top listing sales associate in
the month of September.
“Century 21 Crest Real
Estate is pleased to recognize
Danielle with this honor,” said
Patricia Wojtyszyn, owner of
Century 21 Crest Real Estate.
“As a recipient of the Century
21 President’s Award 2012,
the NJAR Circle of
Excellence Award from
2006–2012, and with over $40
million in recent sales, it is
evident that Danielle is a true
real estate professional who
shows a real dedication to her
clients on a daily basis.”
The annual President’s
award is bestowed upon those
Century 21 sales associates
who earn the Centurion
Award and the Quality
Service Pinnacle Producer
Award in the same calendar
year.
Danielle can be reach-
ed at 973-460-4352 and
www.daniellefiorina.com.
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
October 16, 2013 Page 24, Zone 2
Ryan Barry
Mortgage Banker
NMLS# 183464
973-200-3262 Direct • 973-454-5183 Cell • 973-837-9616 Fax
ryan.barry@njlenders.com
Recognized by Mortgage Executive magazine as a "Top 1% Mortgage originator" for 2012
CENTURY 21 CREST REAL ESTATE, INC.
142 Route 23 North, Pompton Plains, NJ 07444
(973) 686-1500 • (800) 950-5021
OWN THESE HOMES FOR...
To Qualified Buyers.
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on a 740 credit score as of October 7, 2013. Terms for Condos listed above are subject to meeting Fannie Mae Guidelines. This information is not to be considered a commitment to lend. Programs and terms
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WEST MILFORD $249,900
$983 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.25/4.374 APR
POMPTON LAKES $122,500
$482 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.25/4.485% APR
POMPTON LAKES $180,000
$708 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.25/4.415% APR
POMPTON PLAINS $699,900
$2,837 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.5/4.558% APR
PASSAIC $275,000
$1,082 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.25/4.364% APR
WAYNE $544,000
$2,205 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.5/4.569% APR
POMPTON PLAINS $299,900
$1,180 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.25/4.356% APR
POMPTON PLAINS $239,900
$944 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.25/4.378% APR
POMPTON LAKES $145,000
$571 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.25/4.451% APR
HAWTHORNE $469,900
$1,849 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.25/4.324% APR
POMPTON PLAINS $649,900
$2,634 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.5/4.561% APR
POMPTON PLAINS $1,299,000
$5,421 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.75/4.792% APR
LINCOLN PARK $699,900
$2,837 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.5/4.558% APR
WAYNE $579,900
$2,351 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.5/4.566% APR
BLOOMINGDALE $395,000
$1,555 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.25/4.335% APR
RIVERDALE $525,000
$2,066 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.25/4.318% APR
Danielle Fiorina
NJAR® Circle of Excellence – Gold Level
Centurion Producer
Qualtiy Service Pinnacle Producer
President’s Producer
Cell: 973-460-4352
Suzanne Parisi, ABR, SFR, e-Pro
Quality Service Award 2012
Circle of Excellence 2012
Cell: 201-295-5205
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Community Happenings
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Jensen at 973-809-9665. Point Man
Ministries meets the first Thursday of
every month from 7:30 9:30pm at
Cornerstone Chapel 620 Route 23
North, Pompton Plains.
•The Montville Township Women’s Club
has an ongoing project: “comfort pil-
lows” for breast cancer patients. A
team of club members, seniors, and
volunteers from surrounding cities
participates in this worthy project.
Even heart surgery patients have
found use for these comfort pillows.
Call Chairperson Alexandria Sarra at
973-405-0088 for more information.
All monetary donations, used to pur-
chase polyfill for the pillows, should be
made payable to MTWC and should
indicate “Comfort Pillow” in the
memo. Please mail checks to P.O. Box
267, Montville, NJ 07045.
•Mothers & More is a not-for-profit
group for both stay-at-home and
working moms. It features monthly
meetings, playgroups, mom-and-tot
outings, mom-night-outs, and much
more. Members are from Wayne and
all surrounding towns. Monthly meet-
ings are on the first Monday of each
month (unless a holiday) at 7:30pm at
Our Savior Lutheran Church, 670
Newark Pompton Turnpike, Pompton
Plains. Prospective members are
always welcomed. For more informa-
S
uzanne Parisi, Century
21 Crest Real Estate sales
associate , was named
the office’s top producing sales
associate in September.
“Century 21 Crest Real
Estate is pleased to recog-
nize Suzanne Parisi with
this honor,” said Patricia
Wojtyszyn, Century 21 Crest
Real Estate broker/owner. “She
is a leader and innovator,
empowering local home-buyers
and sellers with valuable infor-
mation, helping them to make
informed real estate decisions.”
Wojtyszyn continued:
“Suzanne Parisi’s competitive
intelligence, professionalism
and dedication has made her a
valued and trusted real estate
resource for the Pompton
Plains/Pequannock community
and the surrounding communi-
ties. She is a major contributor
to the overall success of our
office and the Century 21 sys-
tem as a whole.”
Parisi has over 11 years’
experience in the real estate
industry and can be reached at
201-259-5205.
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
October 16, 2013 Zone 2, Page 25
MARIA FERRITO
973-986-6914 Cell
maria.ferrito@century21.com
NJAR MILLION DOLLAR
SALES CLUB 2001
NJ CIRCLE OF EXCELLENCE
2002-2012
Consistent
TOP PRODUCER
in the WAYNE area.
GEMINI LLC Realty 973-696-1111x131
197 Berdan Ave., Wayne, NJ
Townhome Specialist
Relocation Agent
Call
MARIA FERRITO
for CURRENT MARKET
VALUE OF YOUR HOME
SHORT SALE AGENT
Owe more than your
home is worth?
WAYNE $785,999
4 Bedroom 3.2 bath Custom
Colonial with 2 car garage, finished
basement and In-law suite.
KINNELON $800,000
Smoke Rise-5BR/5BA Contemp features Cath Celing/formal
DR/FP/fin. Bsmt/2C Gar/C/A/cul-de-sac loc. KIN3756
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $865,000
Smoke Rise-Spec. Cust. Exp. Ranch/open Flr. plan/updated
Kit w/Viking stovetop/wine cooler/granite cntrtops. KIN3896
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $975,000
Elegant CHC w/5BRS/3.1BTHS 2 story Foyer/SS Appls/wet
bar/Mstr.BR Suite w/tray ceiling/I/G Pool. KIN3795
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
KINNELON $835,000
Smoke Rise-5BR/3BA Cust. Co. nestled on 2.15Acs/3C
Gar./SR is a priv. gated Comm. w24Hr. Security. KIN3914
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $925,000
Spect. renovated 5BR/3.1BA Col. w/open Flr. plan/Mstr BR
Suite/fin.W/O LL/I/G Pool. KIN3870
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
KINNELON $950,000
Elegant custom 4BR/4.1BA home offers open floor plan &
spectacular wood detail. KIN3798
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
KINNELON $1,175,000
Ultimate in privacy/custom 5BR/3.1BA CHC set on 11.92
Acs w/panoramic views/tennis Ct. KIN3678
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
KINNELON $1,399,000
Elegant oversized 5BR4.1BACust home w/cust trim/woodwrk.
Magnificent cust Kit. w/Viking Range. A must see. KIN3882
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
KINNELON $3,250,000
SMOKE RISE-Lakefront Mansion/panoramic lake views/stun-
ning sunsets/Pool/9,000 Sq Ft Estate/6.5 priv Acs. KIN3395
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $1,195,000
This stunning 5BR home features a palatial floor plan/qual-
ity & spaciousness. KIN3921
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
KINNELON $1,400,000
Magnificent 13Rm Stone & Stucco Est. resting on 2.18
priv., prof. landscaped Acs. KIN5999
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
KINNELON $1,998,000
Smoke Rise-Highest standard of quality/workmanship/ at-
tention to detail. A visual feast. Truly a work of art. KIN2048
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
Century 21 recognizes Suzanne Parisi for September Sales
Community Happenings
continued from previous page
CALL 973-696-8008
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0051 AUTOMO-
BILES WANTED
WE BUY CARS !
WE BUY TRUCKS !
RONNIE’S IN
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Plus Powerwashing
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Call 973-570-7362
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Aida’s Cleaning
Service
Lincoln Pk, N.J .
Home or Office
Experienced, Reliable
and Detailed. Speaks
English & Portuguese
Reference Available
Call 908-764-8966
0685 SERVICES
CLEANING
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FREE ESTIMATES
for office,apt,house
call BARBARA
973-779-1546
HOUSE CLEANING
HOME-OFFICE-APT
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your home or office to
your complete
satisfaction. Exper.
Refs Avail
Call 973-557-3621
POLISH GIRL,speaks
English. Exper. & with
References can clean
your house.Call Anna
201-421-7887
0686 CLEANOUT
SERVICE
All appliances,
unwanted junk, scrap
metal, bldg. materials.
Tear down & take
away sheds. Attics &
Bs’mnt cleaned.
Things your
garbagemen won’t
pick up.
WE DO !!! CALL
862-200-1283
0725 SERVICES
DRIVEWAYS
0727 SERVICES-
DRIVING SCHOOL
Aaron’s
Driving School
$275.00
for a 6 Hour
GDLProgram
973-850-3469
Lic. # 000245
0730 SERVICES
ELECTRICAL
0774 SERVICES
HANDYMAN
0785 SER. HOME
IMPROVEMENT
0804 SERVICES
LAWN CARE
0827 SERVICES-
PAINTING
0860 SERVICES
PLUMBING
0886 SERVICES
ROOFING
0931 SER.-
TV/AUDIO
INSTALLED
“ The TV Guy”
If you need your TV,
Home Theater, Audio/
Stereo Equipment in-
stalled or connected.
“Big or Small...We do
it All.”Call Mike
973-495-3775
SERVICE DIRECTORY & CLASSIFIEDS
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•35+ Years Experience
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Plumbing & Heating
Small Repairs,
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Lic.#7467
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Free Estimates · Fully Insured
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All Types of Brick, Block,
Concrete, Fireplaces,
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Kevin
The Painter
“A True Professional”
Decorative, Faux &
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Sheetrock, Spackle,
Repairs & Power Washing
Interior/Exterior
Fully Insured
References available
20 years Experience
973-979-8043
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CMR SERVICES
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Cleanouts &
Dumpster Services
Fully Insured • NJ Lic #A901
FREE ESTIMATE
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Whole House • Attics
Regain Valuable Storage!
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973-832-4207
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Gutter Repair · Power Washing
Emergency Service
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• Bath Specialists
• Basements
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0804 SERVICES LAWN CARE
0826 SERVICES PAINT/POWER WASH
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in the Classifieds
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973-696-8008
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in the
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HELP WANTED
0280 - 0329
0297 HELP
WANTED
LANDSCAPING
Landscape Foreman
needed. Lawn
maintenance exper.
& driver’s license
Req. Contact
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Community Happenings
tion call 877-221-1581 or e-mail sbot-
byl1@yahoo.com.
•Toastmasters provide a supportive envi-
ronment to improve public speaking and
leadership skills. We meet the first
Wednesday of each month at Hollywood
Restaurant & Pizzeria, 376 Fairfield Road,
Fairfield from 7-9pm Guests are welcomed.
For more information, visit www.diningtos-
peak.com.
•The Montville Senior Citizens Club is open to
all Montville Township residents aged 55 and
older. The club meets every first and third
Friday of the month at the Montville Senior
House, next to the police station on Route
202 South. We serve coffee and cake at
noon before the meeting at 1pm. New mem-
bers and guests are always welcomed. For
information, call Celia at 973-227-4591.
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! H C N A R D ZE I S R E OV D L I U B TOM S U C
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r! e f fff o n a e k a M d e t a d p U ! l a i n o l o C m o t s u C
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! E S U O H OWN T R TLE U B T A E C LA P R E V I R
r o o l f n e p o s t s a o b l e d o M e g d ri d l E ! WOW
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! GE TTA O C D TE A D P U LE B A R O D A
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! N O TI C E S S E K A L C I N E C S
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r o f a s i L t c a t n o C . t e re t s n i s a G r. e t Wa c i l b u P
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x-272
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x-207
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. k n a t l i o r e w e n & e l i r t o o l f m o o r h t a b
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