T

here is no question about
it: due to growing public
demand, home health care
is the wave of the future. The rea-
sons for this trend are complex;
they have to do with tradition,
with technology and with cost
effectiveness. Here are the top
10 reasons why:
1. Home care is delivered at
home.
There are such positive
feelings that all of us associate
with being home. Our home is
our castle, our refuge from the
storm. When we are not feeling
well, most of us ask to go home.
When we are feeling well, we
enjoy the sanctity of our residences
and the joy of being with our loved
ones.
2. Home care represents the best
tradition in American health care.
Home health agencies were
started as public agencies to seek
out the poor and the needy who
otherwise would go without care.
No one was turned away. This is
still true for most of America’s
home health agencies.
3. Home care extends life.
The U.S. General Account-
ing Office has established beyond
doubt that those people receiving
home care live longer and enjoy
living.
4. Home care keeps families
together.
There is no more important
social value. It is particu-
larly important in times
of illness.
5. Home care prevents
or postpones institu-
tionalization.
None of us wants to
be placed in a nursing home
unless this is the only place
where we can obtain the 24-
hour care that we need.
6. Home care promotes heal-
ing.
There is scientific evidence
that patients heal more quickly
at home.
7. Home care is less expensive
than other forms of care.
The evidence is overwhelm-
ing that home care is less expen-
sive than other forms of care.
Home care costs only one tenth as
much as hospitalization and only
one fourth as much as nursing
home placement to deal with com-
parable health problems
8. Home care reduces stress.
Unlike most forms of health
care, which can increase anxiety
and stress, home care has the oppo-
site effect. There is more of a sense
of safety and ease in your own
home environment.
9. Home care is the most effective
form of health care.
There is a very high consumer
satisfaction associated with care
delivered in the home.
10. Home care improves the qual-
ity of life.
Home care helps not only add
years to life, but life to years.
“Quality care at home
is becoming more
important nowadays,”
– Sonia Scott, CEO,
Dorson Home Care
Quality home health care
has a new name: Dorson
Sonia Scott, CEO
Proverbs 3:5,6 • God Bless America
Recycled Paper from 30% Post Consumer Waste
January 9, 2013
Zone 3, Vol. 11, No. 1
P
R
S
R
T

S
T
D
U
.
S
.

P
O
S
T
A
G
E
P
A
I
D
P
H
I
L
A

P
A

1
9
1
P
E
R
M
I
T

6
7
5
2
L
i
f
e

&

L
e
i
s
u
r
e
,

L
L
C
2
3
4

M
a
i
n

S
t
r
e
e
t
,

2
n
d

F
l
o
o
r
L
i
n
c
o
l
n

P
a
r
k
,

N
J

0
7
0
3
5
-
1
7
8
7
HEALTH &
WELLNESS
BEGINNING ON PAGE 10
continued on page 27
Note: To have your group’s
announcement appear in
Community Happenings,
please e-mail the information
in paragraph format to calen-
dar@lifeandleisurenj.com.
Jan 23
•There will be an Aromather-
apy for Beginners Workshop at
Butler Public Library on
Wednesday, January 23, from
6-7:30pm. Essential Oils from
Biblical to Modern Times will
be presented by Galina Lebid,
RN, CNHP. What you need to
bring is: the desire for good
health, youth, and energy, as
well as an open mind, curiosity
and friends. For more informa-
tion and a private consultation,
contact Galina Lebid, RN,
CNHP by e-mail at:
Galinka_LLC@yahoo.com or
by phone at 973-981-1774. All
programs are free of charge;
however registration is required
by calling 973-838-3262, or
visiting the library as space is
limited to 25.
Jan 26
•St. Anthony’s Knights of
Columbus & Columbiettes
presents “Country Night.”
Featuring The Farmer Phil
Band, Saturday, January, 26
from 7-11pm at St. Anthony’s
Knights of Columbus Hall 65
Hamburg Turnpike, Butler.
Cost $25.00. Price includes
Beer, Wine & Soda. For
Tickets or Information call
Cathe 201-723-5935 or Johnny
201-988-9102 or email
sacolumbiettes @yahoo.com
Jan 27
•The Reformed Church in
Kinnelon (RCK) will hold a
special worship service to rec-
ognize the needs of those with
disabilities in our communi-
ties on Sunday, January 27.
Worship begins at 10am.
Persons with disabilities will
serve as ushers and will sing in
the choir. A sermon illustrat-
ing the freedom that comes
from acknowledgement of dis-
abilities will be preached.
Refreshments will be served in
the fellowship hall following
the worship service. For more
information, call the church
office at 973-838-3113 or visit
our website at rckinnelon.org.
The Reformed Church in
Kinnelon, a member of
the Reformed Church in
America, one of the oldest
Protestant denominations in
the country, is located at 155
Kinnelon Road, Kinnelon.
Feb 20
•There will be a Weight Loss
Made Simple Workshop on
Wednesday, February 20, from
6–7:30 pm at Butler Public
Library presented by Robert
DeVito, President and
Founder of Innovation Fitness
Solutions. If you are like
many people, with all of life’s
demands, maintaining a fit-
ness program can be a strug-
gle. If you are tired of the
“start and stop” approach then
this workshop is for you. We
will uncover strategies to
improve your health and fit-
ness utilizing Realistic,
Progressive and Maintainable
methods (R.P.M.). Learn how
to incorporate “Surprise
Exercise” and use the “Move
More X5” system for losing
body fat, getting healthy and
improving fitness. This ses-
sion will be lecture and activ-
ity based. Expect to move but
not break a sweat. All pro-
grams are free of charge; how-
ever registration is required by
calling 973-838-3262, or visit-
ing the library as space is lim-
ited to 25. Butler Public
Library is located at 1 Ace
Road, behind the municipal
building, on the internet at
www.butlerlibrary.org or by
phone 973-838-3262.
Around the
Community…
•Reading to “Joey” the Dog
will be on Tuesdays between
5:30-6:30pm on January 8 &
22, February 12 & 26 and
March 12 & 26. This program
is geared toward beginner
readers in 1st or 2nd grade, or
any child who wishes to prac-
tice reading aloud. Come
meet “Joey” and his owner
Cheryl Zahner. “Joey” is a
friendly, well-mannered gold-
en retriever who is a good lis-
tener. Read to him the story
of your choice. This program
encourages children to read in
a relaxing, pressure-free envi-
ronment. Sign up for your 15
minute session with “Joey”.
All programs are free of
charge. Please call or visit the
Library to reserve your place.
Butler Public Library is locat-
ed at 1 Ace Road, behind the
municipal building, on the
internet at www.butlerli-
brary.org, or by phone 973-
838-3262.
•The Reformed Church in
Kinnelon (RCK) will provide
parents of young children
(ages 2 through 5) some help
with teaching children to be
kind, just and responsible at a
discussion group to meet on
the third Thursdays of
January, February and March
2013. The discussions will be
held from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. in
the church’s education wing.
For more information, and to
register for the discussion
series, call the church offices
at 973-838-3113. Or visit our
website at rckinnelon.org.
Worship on Sunday mornings
at the Reformed Church in
Kinnelon is at 10:00 a.m.,
with a fellowship hour
following the service. The
Reformed Church in
Kinnelon, a member of
the Reformed Church in
America, one of the oldest
Protestant denominations in
the country, is located at 155
Kinnelon Road, Kinnelon.
•In the year 100 AD there
were 360 non-Christians for
every believer on earth. Now,
in 2012, the number has
shrunk to only 7 non-
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Page 2, Zone 3
100% mailed twice a month newspaper
234 Main Street, 2
nd
Floor
Lincoln Park, NJ 07035 973.696.8008
Publisher: Joe Pellegrino Editors: Bethanne Pellegrino & Kenneth Nicholas Assistant Editor & Administrative: Jennifer Pellegrino
Multimedia: Joe Pellegrino, Jr. Art Director: Robin Banta Graphics: Mary Lalama
Sales: Lisa Buniewski, George Papendick, Veronica Pluta Classifieds: Kathleen Todd
Please e-mail all press releases and calendar information to calendar@lifeandleisurenj.com or fax to 973.556.1991.
Advertising in Life & Leisure is affordable and effective. We are a “family friendly” publication and therefore reserve the right to accept only
advertisements that appeal to the entire family; the final determination of which is made by the Life & Leisure. Views expressed in Life & Leisure are
those of the respective columnists and writers, and do not necessarily reflect those of the publisher, or Life & Leisure. Advertising is open to anyone
desiring to reach the public and is subject to approval, revision and/or rejection at any time by the publisher. Many of the articles are paid for by the
author and are in effect advertisements. Publication of any advertisement does not constitute, either implied or inferred, an endorsement of services,
products or businesses advertised. © 2012 Life & Leisure, LLC. Life & Leisure is a trademarks of Life & Leisure, LLC.
With Coupon. Cannot be combined with
any other offers. Expires 2/6/13.
With Coupon. Cannot be combined with
any other offers. Expires 2/6/13.
With Coupon. Cannot be combined with
any other offers. Expires 2/6/13.
$
3 OFF
OIL CHANGE
• Full Service Car Wash • Triple Foam Clear
Coat Polish • Super Sealer Wax
• Tire Dressing • Hand & Machine Dried
• Full Service Car Wash • Triple Foam Clear Coat Polish/
New Turbo Underbody Rinse • Super Sealer Wax
• Tire Dressing • Hand & Machine Dried
ROYAL DUKE
CAR WASH
$
1 OFF
ANY CAR WASH
N
o
w
O
n
ly $
13
95
N
o
w
O
n
ly $
14
95
$
2 OFF
ROYAL PRINCE
CAR WASH
$
3 OFF
FREE
BRAKE INSPECTION
With Coupon. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Expires 2/6/13. With Coupon. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Expires 2/6/13.
1555 ROUTE 23 SOUTH • WAYNE • 973-633-1900
FREE WiFi in Waiting Area • Hours: Mon-Sat 8am-6pm, Sun 8am-4pm
JOIN OUR LOYALTY REWARDS PROGRAM
@ ROYALCARWASHNJ.COM
• Complete Automotive Repair Center
• Brakes, Tune Ups, Etc.
• FREE Car Wash w/Oil Change
• Visit Our Full Detail Center
• Wheels Power Washed On All Cars
• Coupon Books Available • Self Service Bays
continued on page 6
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Zone 3, Page 3
BACK PAIN?
SPORTS INJURY?
SURGERY?
We target the source of your pain, so you can
get back to work, play and doing what you
love without surgery.
18 Newark Pompton Tpke., | Riverdale
973-616-4555 | www.AdvancedSportMed.com
Why choose us?
Our team is as committed to your
recovery as you are. You’ll feel
comfortable in our spacious
facility with its private treatment
areas and state-of-the-art
equipment, where we employ a
combination of modalities and
treatment techniques for better,
faster results.
START FEELING
BETTER TODAY.
Call now to schedule
your physical therapy
assessment and/or
chiropractic consultation.
MOST INSURANCE
PLANS WELCOME
• SHOULDER & KNEE PAIN
• SCIATICA & HERNIATED DISCS
• AUTOMOBILE INJURIES
• FIBROMYALGIA
• NECK PAIN
• HEADACHES
• PAINFUL JOINTS
• HIP PAIN
• SPORTS INJURIES
After only three weeks of treatment, clinical studies have shown
outstanding results in relieving the debilitating pain that may be
caused by bulging, herniated, degenerative, or ruptured discs, as well as
sciatica, posterior facet syndrome, and many failed back surgery cases.
THE DRS SYSTEM™
Specializing in
treatment for:
H
appy New Year, read-
ers! You made it
through another New
Year’s celebration and now, it’s
back to work! Yes, I’m sorry
that the joyous celebration of
the holiday season is behind us
— the lights packed up and put
back in storage, the tree
thrown out or re-boxed and the
Menorah relegated back to the
obscure shelf in the china
hutch! So what season is it
now that January is here? Let
me try to explain, albeit not as
well as Hallmark or an
American Greetings poem, or a
Jackie Lawson electronic card.
No, just the reality of
the post-holiday season as
espoused by me, retirement and
estate planning specialist, Mark
Charnet.
•’Tis the season to refocus your
thoughts toward financial free-
dom!
•’Tis the season to bring to the
front burner the necessity of
living below your means to be
able to save and invest more for
your future!
•’Tis the season to start a sys-
tematic biweekly automatic
investment program!
•’Tis the season to conduct a
life insurance policy review!
•’Tis the season to make an
IRA contribution!
•’Tis the season to buy a long-
term care protection plan or
insurance policy!
•’Tis the season to review your
disability insurance program!
•’Tis the season to initiate or
add to a college savings pro-
gram for either your kids or
grandchildren!
•’Tis the season to work greater
hours or start a business, to
increase revenue to reduce debt
or increase retirement plan
contributions!
•’Tis the season to get more
involved in your finances by
taking a free American
Prosperity Group (APG) class,
seminar or workshop!
•’Tis the season to create a
plan of action to become debt-
free, including your mortgage,
in under seven years!
•’Tis the season to plan your
next really big vacation — the
location, and how to amass the
money to get there and enjoy it
— in advance, so there will be
no bills to pay upon your
return!
•’Tis the season of major tax
increases and your responsibili-
ty to seek out better alterna-
tives to paying them in full!
•’Tis the season to spend more
quality time with your family,
as you will not be here forever.
•’Tis the season to review your
legal documents, will, power of
attorney, health proxy, living
will and ILIT (Irrevocable Life
Insurance Trust).
•’Tis the season to get healthy
by exercising more and eating
right, and perhaps losing a little
weight!
•’Tis the season to recognize
that your favorite charities
need your help more now than
any time before.
•’Tis the season to spend more
quality time with your spouse
or life partner.
•’Tis the season to get a physi-
cal exam from your doctor!
•’Tis the season to stop making
excuses, broken promises and
false resolutions!
•’Tis the season to ask yourself
“Do I really need that” before
you buy it!
•’Tis the season to forgive
someone who might have
wronged you, as living with
negative energy leads to sick-
ness.
•’Tis the season to ask others
for help if you need it!
•’Tis the season to ask God to
intervene and grant you super
human talent, motivation and
qualities to achieve your
dreams and aspirations.
•’Tis the season to make an
investment into you for self-
enrichment, like a great audio
book program for the car, a new
wardrobe so you can look
smashing at your job and in the
eyes of the public, but, most
importantly, in the mirror!
•’Tis the season to put procras-
tination behind you once and
for all!
•’Tis the season to set goals, big
and small, short-term and long-
term, and to achieve them!
•’Tis the season to shed anger,
resentment and negativity,
replacing them with drive,
ambition and promise!
•’Tis the season for excellence
in all areas of your life!
•’Tis the season for accom-
plishment, attitude and
achievement!
•’Tis the season to apply the 7
P’s in your life: “Proper Prior
Planning Prevents Poor
Performance — Period!”
’Tis also the season for me
to thank you for reading my
column and for sharing it with
the other important people in
your life. My wish for you is
that you acquire everything
you are willing to work for. May
2013 bring you good health,
much wealth and unlimited
happiness! To that end, if I may
be of assistance with your
financial plans, do not hesitate
to call our office for an appoint-
ment. Happy New Year!
Mark E. Charnet is president
and founder of American Pros-
perity Group. APG is the pre-
mier retirement and estate plan-
ning franchise in the U.S. with
17 offices in nine states. Mr.
Charnet has over 30 years of ex-
perience in the retirement and es-
tate planning fields. Creator of
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Page 4, Zone 3
January 2013: ’Tis the season…By Mark Charnet
continued on next page
A
s the story goes: A
man was arrested for
an offense and
brought before a judge for
arraignment. When advised of
the charge against him, the
man replied: “I didn’t know it
was illegal to do that.” When
the judge replied, “Ignorance
of the law is no excuse,” the
man exclaimed, “I didn’t
know that, either!”
That story illustrates
what many fail to fully under-
stand and appreciate: the law
is broken when a person
intends and acts to accom-
plish an object that is illegal.
For example, a person going
over the speed limit cannot
defend the charge by saying
he was traveling at the same
rate of speed as all of the sur-
rounding cars.
Many people, and many
attorneys — who have not
spent their careers represent-
ing criminal defendants — are
like that man in the story and
understandably may have
many misconceptions about
the criminal justice system.
At the outset of any
criminal prosecution, every
person who is the target of a
criminal investigation or
charged with a crime should
seek legal counsel at once, but
not just any legal counsel. At
such a time, anyone suspected
of, or charged with, a crime
must obtain a lawyer who is
ready, willing and able to clar-
ify the criminal justice sys-
tem’s uncertainties. To insure
that all of this accomplished
requires the counsel and assis-
tance of a mature, experi-
the Trinity Method of Investing,
he encourages your inquiries and
can be reached at: 877-885-
1APG (1274) or 973-831-
4424, or markcharnet@
1apg.com Check out the website:
www.1apg.com. Interested in a
career in retirement and estate
planning? Check out this website:
www.apgfranchise.com. Securi-
ties through: BCG Securities,
Inc. Member SIPC, FINRA and
a registered investment advisor.
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Zone 3, Page 5
HIGHEST PRICES
PAID ON THE SPOT
Paragon Jewelers
Record High Gold Prices
Sell The Gold Jewelry
You No Longer Wear
Rt. 23 N. & Jackson Ave.
Pompton Plains
In The A&P Shopping Ctr.
Next To Home Goods
& T.J. Maxx
973-839-0611
Open Tues.-Fri. 1-6; Sat. 10-5
Gold Now $1,675 oz.
WE ALSO BUY DIAMONDS,
STERLING SILVER & COINS.
973.850.6205
142 Hain St., wards Plaza · Bluumingdale
undergruund_µc2000©yahuu.cum
Bardware/Suftware Suµµlies,
System Lµgrades, Cumµlete
& Custum Systems, System
Netwurking Services, Cumµlete
web Prutectiun, 4nti-virus &
Firewall, Hil-sµec Security
Laptops - Desktop Computers
Netbooks - Servers - Wireless Network
Handheld Computers
Best of all, we have Underground Prices!
Lndergruund PC
Limit 1 Per Customer
continued from previous page
Azrak and Associates provides the best defense
By Azrak & Associates, LLC Staff Attorneys
continued on page 6
January 2013:
’Tis the season
Christians for every believer
on earth. Can the completion
of the Great Commission be
near? Come join us in the
Perspectives class and learn
more about the biblical, his-
torical, cultural, and strategic
aspects of fulfilling the Great
Commission. There will be 15
instructors in 15 weeks. Learn
firsthand from the global
experiences of Pastors, Bib-
lical Scholars, Mobilizers,
Theologians, Missiologists,
and Missionaries from the
Field. Get threaded into the
biggest story of all time. You’re
about to experience God’s
heart for all peoples and
encounter the momentum
of the World Christian
Movement. Perspectives will
open the eyes of your heart
with fresh knowledge and
understanding of God’s
unchanging purposes and why
they’re relevant to your life.
Call Eve Schuit (973) 427-
2372 for details.
•The Pompton Lakes
Republican Club invites you
to its monthly meetings on
the third Thursday of each
month at the VFW Post 2906
off Wanaque Avenue in
Pompton Lakes. Membership
is open to the public. Get
involved with the PLRC and
participate in informative
meetings, community out-
reach, scholarships for
youth, and social activities.
Questions? Call 973-835-4025
or e-mail kbaig@opt
online.net.
•Kinnelon’s Open Space
Committee (OSC) and Open
Space Advisory Committee
(OSAC) are inviting mem-
bers of various organizations
and committees throughout
the borough to join them on a
tour around Kinnelon. The
Land Conservancy of New
Jersey will be taking notes and
gathering information on
Kinnelon’s historical, recre-
ational, and open space facili-
ties in order to update the bor-
ough’s open space plan.
Residents should go to
www.kinnelonboro.org for
additional information regard-
ing public meetings in which
enced and respected criminal
attorney who knows the crim-
inal justice system.
Should you or anyone
you know ever be in need of
such counsel and assistance,
Azrak & Associates can help.
Our staff of attorneys possesses
that degree of maturity and
experience, and has earned
that level of respect, so that
anyone facing criminal
charges will be retaining a
mature and experienced attor-
ney who can navigate the
uncertain journey ahead to
the best possible conclusion
and give you the best defense.
Contact Azrak &
Associates, LLC at
973.839.9062 or bestde-
fense@azraklaw.com.
I
am a very fortunate dentist.
Everyday I enhance people’s
smiles, change people’s
smiles, and am rewarded with
smiles by a thankful, satisfied
patient. It makes me feel good!
We all know the effect we feel
when a baby, a loved one, or
even a stranger, greets us this
way. Did you know that there
are at least 10 health advan-
tages to smiling?
1. Smiling makes us attrac-
tive.We are drawn to people
and draw them in with a smile.
2. It changes our mood.Try it
when you’re sad.
3. Smiling is contagious. It
affects others and makes them
happier.
4. Smiling relieves stress. It pre-
vents us from looking tired,
worn down, and overwhelmed.
5. It boosts our immune system.
It can prevent colds and the flu.
6. Smiling lowers your blood
pressure. Scientific tests have
proven this.
7. Smiling releases endor-
phans, natural painkillers, and
serotonin.These are feel-good
and natural healing drugs in
our body.
8. It lifts your face and makes
and makes you look younger. It
works muscles for a natural face
lift.
9. Smiling makes you seem suc-
cessful and confident.
10. Smiling makes you more
positive. Try this test: Smile.
Now try to think of something
negative without losing your
smile. It’s hard!
Stay healthy, get healthy,
enhance, and show that smile!
Dr. Brusco is a 1980 graduate of
The University of Pennsylvania
and has been practicing in Kin-
nelon since 1982. Dr. Brusco’s
practice is located at 170 Kin-
nelon Road, Suite 29A in Kin-
nelon. You may reach him by
calling 973-838-5862 or
visiting him on the web at
www.drbrusco.com.
A smile a day can keep
the doctor away
By Peter Brusco, DMD
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Page 6, Zone 3
Azrak and Associates provides the best defense
continued from page 5
Community Happenings
continued from page 2
continued on page 18
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Zone 3, Page 7
SMILE
New Patient Special
0% Payment Plans
170 Kinnelon Rd
Suite 29A
Kinnelon
www.drbrusco.com
Call Now For An
Appointment 973-838-5862
Exam, Digital X-Rays, and Cleaning
$120.00
(Regularly $266) Expires 2-28-13.
Not to be combined with any other offers.
Dr. Peter Brusco, D.M.D. • 973-838-5862
• Better Overall Health
• Great First Impression
• Increased Self Confidence
DISCOVER WHAT THE POWER OF A GREAT, HEALTHY
CAN DO FOR YOU!
DR. PETER BRUSCO
Serving the community for over 30 years.
Friendly, Caring Atmosphere
Gentle, Experienced Hygienists
Cosmetic Dentistry • TMJ
Bonding & Veneers • Root Canals
Teeth Whitening • Oral Surgery
Mini Dental Implants
Implants • Dentures
Y
our cat’s teeth and
their care are vital in
terms of keeping your
cat healthy and preventing
disease. Periodontal (gum)
disease is the number one
diagnosed problem in cats; by
the age of three, 70% of cats
have some form of periodon-
tal disease. Lack of healthy
teeth and gums can lead to
heart disease, liver disease
and kidney disease.
Cats start with deciduous
(baby) teeth- similar to peo-
ple. The baby teeth first erupt
between the second to third
weeks. At four months kit-
tens start to lose these baby
teeth, and gain the full num-
ber of 30 adult teeth by the
ages of 6 months. Cat teeth
are different from dogs in that
they have less grinding sur-
faces because cats have
evolved as carnivores.
Most dental problems
happen after the adult teeth
have formed. Plaque, a thin
coat of bacteria, accumulates
on the teeth, then it progress-
es to tartar, leading to gum
inflammation. Bacteria also
grows under the gum-line,
causing gum infection (gin-
givitis) which can lead to
tooth loss if not treated.
Other dental problems
include broken teeth, which
can show as being painful to
chew. Tooth root abscess are
infections which form at the
tooth root; they can cause
swelling under the eye. Cats
are prone to a specific type of
dental problem called a
FORL (Feline Odontoclastic
Resorptive Lesion). This is
equivalent to a cavity where
the tooth decays at the gum
line.
The signs of dental dis-
ease in your cat are similar to
people. These include bad
breath (halitosis), reluctance
to chew, redness at the gum
line and visible tartar on the
teeth. In advanced periodon-
tal disease the teeth are loose,
and may even fall out. Some
cats may be ill and quite sick
if the bacteria from the mouth
has spread to other organs,
such as the heart or liver. Your
veterinarian can assess the
level of dental disease your
cat has as part of a physical
exam and recommend a treat-
ment plan. This eventually
requires a full dental
cleaning to keep your
cat healthy by pre-
venting bacterial
spread in the body
and also prevent
tooth loss.
What can you do to
slow down the pro-
gression of dental dis-
ease?
Dental Diet. If your
cat eats dry food,
some food companies
now produce pre-
scription dental diets
which will lower tar-
tar buildup. They are more
abrasive on the teeth and
some contain an enzyme
which lowers tartar forma-
tion. These foods are avail-
able at your local veterinari-
an.
Brushing. The best way to
keep your pet’s
teeth clean is by
brushing. Ideally
this should be
done daily, but 2-
3 times a week is a
good goal. Begin
by rubbing your
finger around your
pet’s mouth.
Flavor it with tuna to make it
enticing for your cat. A finger
toothbrush can be used (it fits
around the end of your fin-
ger). Use pet toothpaste, for if
swallowed it will not upset
your pet’s stomach.
Brushing alternatives. If
brushing is difficult to accom-
plish, there are various other
products such as natural gels
to rub on the gums or water
additives that contain
enzymes and antiseptics to
lower tartar formation.
Now you should be able
to understand the importance
of keeping your cat’s teeth
healthy, and, along with your
veterinarian, recognize the
signs and symptoms of dental
disease in your cat. If you see
red gums, visible tartar, bad
breath, reluctance to chew, or
a localized area of tooth pain
then your cat likely has peri-
odontal disease. There are
many things you can be doing
to prevent and treat your cat’s
teeth problems.
Dr. Matthew Krupnick is the
owner of the Pequannock Ani-
mal Hospital. He 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 Pe-
quannock Animal Hospital is lo-
cated at 591 Newark Pompton
Turnpike in Pompton Plains.
You may reach them by calling
(973) 616-0400.
Cat Dental Problems By Dr. Matthew Krupnick
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Page 8, Zone 3
“WHERE YOUR
PET IS FAMILY”
Dr. Matthew Krupnick, D.V.M.
• Full Service Animal
Hospital, Specializing
in Cats & Dogs
• Complete Medical,
Dental & Surgical
Services On Premises
• Caring & Competent Staff
591 Newark Pompton Tpke.
(near Friendly's)
Pompton Plains, NJ
973.616.0400
Hours: Mon 8-6pm • Tues 8-4pm
Wed 8-7pm • Thurs 8-6pm
Fri 8-5pm • Sat 8-12pm
FREE Exam
NEW CLIENTS ONLY.
Limit 1 per pet.
Not combinable w/other offers. Expires 2/6/13.
15% OFF
Exam Fee
ONE TIME ONLY. Limit 1 per pet.
Not combinable w/other offers. Expires 2/6/13.
O
p
e
n
S
a
tu
r
d
a
y
s
www.PequannockVet.com
I
t seems that the one thing
we can always count on is
change. When it comes to
energy costs, change is not usu-
ally good news. Energy costs go
up. The cost of energy affects
the price of everything you pur-
chase. Oil is used to produce
all manner of plastics, chemi-
cals and motor fuels that find
their way into the costs of
goods. Higher utility bills
affect the administrative costs
of business. All of these costs
are ultimately passed onto the
consumer.
But, you can make a dif-
ference. Obvious answers are
to drive less, turn down your
thermostat, and consume less
energy. We need to look for
alternate energy sources.
Gratefully, there is plenty of
good news.
Did you know that New
Jersey is the top state right now
for renewable energy incen-
tives? We’re second only to
California in the installations
of renewable energy in the
entire country. State rebates
are still strong as more and
more homes and businesses in
New Jersey convert to solar.
Our state’s SREC program
(Solar Renewable Energy
Certificate) continues to be a
model for many states. These
certificates are tradable on an
open market and they repre-
sent the generation of clean
energy from solar sources. An
SREC is generated every time
1,000 kilowatts of clean,
renewable electricity is pro-
duced from a solar system. And
they allow their owner to say
“this is clean energy and my
system produced it!”
Why is this important?
Because New Jersey requires
utilities to generate a certain
portion of their electricity from
renewable energy sources. If
not, they are subject to fines
from the state. The utility
companies can’t meet these
requirements, so they are
allowed to purchase enough
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Zone 3, Page 9
Est. 1986
DID YOU KNOW THAT HAVING YOUR
CAR REPAIRED OR SERVICED BY
PRY DOES NOT VOID YOUR
MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY?
Sim
ply the Best!
50 Boonton Ave. • BUTLER
973-838-1656 pryauto@optonline.net
Up to 5 qts. Not to be combined w/any other offers.
With coupon. Expires 1/31/2013.
Most cars. Not to be combined with any other offers.
With coupon. Expires 1/31/2013.
WILD CARD!
$
20OFF
Any Repair Over $150
OIL CHANGE
$
10.00
With Any Service
With coupon. Expires 1/31/2013.
$
29
95
BECOME A PRY CUSTOMER & RECEIVE
Fluid Top-Offs Between
Oil Changes
Oil Change & Rotate Tires
MAINTENANCE SPECIAL
Most cars. Not to be combined w/any other offers. With coupon. Expires 1/31/2013.
• Belts & Hoses
• Check Wiper Blades
• Fluid Levels
• LowTest Battery
• Brakes
• Suspension
• Charging System
• Tires
• Filters
• Battery Check:
FREE
P
r
y
Automotive
Automotive
P
r
y
GIVE PRY A TRY!
• Foreign & Domestic
• NJ State Inspection
• Brakes • Mufflers
• Exhaust
Is Your Car Ready for the
Winter Driving Season?...
Offsetting constant energy rate increases By Tom Ferraro
SALES • SERVICE • REPAIRS
Eureka
Cordless
Brush Vac
$
42
99
• Power, quiet & lightweight
• Cleans carpet & bare floors
• 2-Motor System
Eureka
Maximum Power
Canister Vacuum
$
119
99
Eureka Optima
• Soft Grip Looped Handle
• Telescopic Handle
• Motorized Brushroll
• No-tip/Anti-clog
• Tools-on-Board
• Power - 12 amps
• Cord Length - 20ft.
$
59
99
LARGEST VACUUM PARTS SELECTION IN NEW JERSEY
Hoover
Steamer
$
199
99
• 12 amps
• 5 Spin Scrub Brushes
• On-Board Powered
Hand Tool for Stairs,
Upholstery
• 24’ Cord
• 1 Year Warranty
Performance
Plus
Platinum
• Powerful 12-amp Motor
• Motor Protection System
• QuickDraw Tools on Board
• TriForce Agitator
• 30-Ft. Power Cord
• HEPA Filter
Not valid with other offers. Expires 2/6/13.
Buy 2 Packages of Same
Type Bags (3 pack size only)
& Get 1 Pack of the
Same Size FREE
FREE
Vacuum Bags!
• 1400 Watt motor
• Convenient for carpets and hard floors
• Lightweight, compact design
• Deluxe on board accessories
• Metal telescope wand
• 2 Year Warranty
Riccar
Super Powerful
Hepa Filtration
Super light 8 lbs
Panasonic
Can
• 12 Amp Motor
• Quick Release Handle
• On Board Tools
$
279
99
$
299
00
Special
$
229
99
Conveniently Located On Route 23 South
At 615 Route 23 Pompton Plains
973-839-5666
Authorized
Service Center & Dealer
For Most Major Brands
Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sat. 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
www.vacshackinc.com www.vacshackinc.com
Since 1976
With this coupon only. Not valid with other offers.
Expires 2/6/13.
10%
OFF
On All
Vacuum Repairs
All Brands Serviced
continued on page 27
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Page 10, Zone 3
1479 Route 23 South • Wayne • 973-305-1003 • www.womanswayfitness.com
Spinning with Bands • Group Kick • Personal Training • Child Care
# # # # WINNER OF THE “TALK OF THE TOWN AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE” # # # #
50 Weekly Classes • TRX Classes
Spinning/Zumba/Hip Hop • Chair & Power Yoga
• Cardio & Sculpt
W
ith the hectic
holiday season
now behind us,
our thoughts turn to the new
year. We reflect on the warm
family memories enjoyed
during the year past, redirect
our energy toward resolu-
tions, and plan for wellness
and good health in 2013.
Dr. Cheryl Ziemba, geri-
atrician and medical director
of Cedar Crest in Pompton
Plains, was the featured
speaker during a grand open-
ing event and gave a capti-
vating lecture on “The Blue
Zones.” The content was
derived from a book by Dan
Buettner, titled “The Blue
Zones: Lessons for Living
Longer From People Who
Lived the Longest.” The
grand opening was a celebra-
tion of a new outpatient
rehabilitation and wellness
center, exclusively for seniors
and open to the public.
Ziemba’s topic was perfect for
drawing a large audience,
which listened attentively
and complimented her with a
standing ovation. We all
want to know the secrets of
healthful longevity!
There were many imme-
diate questions: What are the
“blue zones”? Where are they
located? And what are their
characteristics? How can we
learn from history and
improve our health and well-
being in a natural way? Blue
Zones are the places in the
world where people live the
longest. Here are the secrets
of five Blue Zones:
1. Sardinia, Italy. Sardinia Is
home to the world’s longest
lived men. There are 10
times the numbers of cente-
narians per 1,000 people
than in the U.S. Four charac-
teristics were identified as
having extended their
longevity. First was their sar-
castic or “sardonic” sense of
humor, which helps to diffuse
arguments and shed stress,
and second was their deep
sense of loyalty to family and
community. In regard to diet,
consumption of goat milk
and sheep cheese (pecorino),
fava beans, barley and dark
red wine were staples in their
diet. Exercise was also an
important part of daily life;
up to five miles of walking
each day was not uncommon.
2. Okinawa, Japan. Okinawa
is referred to as the Island of
the Immortals. There is less
prevalence of cancer, heart
disease and dementia here
than in America. Some of
the diet-related commonali-
ties are that they purposeful-
ly restrict the number of
calories eaten. “Hari hachi
bu,” they say, which means to
eat until you are 80 percent
full. Most grow herbs and
vegetable gardens and com-
monly use ginger, turmeric
and soy in their cooking.
Another important part of
societal belief is that one
needs to have a purpose to
wake up in the morning or
that which makes life worth
living. That’s why they sur-
round themselves with
groups of lifelong friends,
who act as social, emotional
and financial support net-
works.
3. Loma Linda, California.
Residents of this city have
the longest life expectancy of
anyplace in the U.S. and
there is also a much lower
risk of diabetes, cancer and
heart disease. The culture is
focused on health, encourag-
ing a vegetarian diet and dis-
couraging alcohol, smoking
and soda. Nuts are a common
daily dietary ingredient used
to reduce the risk of heart
disease. An active lifestyle is
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Zone 3, Page 11
Lessons for living longer at Cedar Crest
continued on page 14
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Page 12, Zone 3
Briana Clauss, DC
Doctor of Chiropractic
Webster-breech Certified
Member of the
International Chiropractic
Pediatric Association
Steven Kleinman PT, MPT
Physical Therapist
Kinesiotaping Certified
Sports Rehabilitation
Injury Prevention
Programs
Post Surgical
Cornerstone Chiropractic Recently Welcomed To Their Staff:
P
eople experiencing the
blues, feelings of
depression and other
mood disorders might be able
to use vitamin D to alleviate
symptoms of depression. New
studies point to low blood lev-
els of vitamin D as a culprit in
depression. Simply increasing
these levels offers marked
improvement.
A study conducted by
VU University Medical
Center in Amsterdam tracked
over 1,200 people aged 65 to
95. Results showed that blood
vitamin D levels were 14 per-
cent lower in individuals with
major and minor depression
compared with non-depressed
participants. A U.S. study
indicated that vitamin D defi-
ciency occurred more often in
certain people, including
African-Americans, city-
dwellers, the obese, and those
suffering from depression.
People with vitamin D levels
below 20 ng/mL had an 85
percent increased risk of
depression compared with
those with vitamin D levels
greater than 30 ng/mL.
Vitamin D has long been
recognized as a nutrient
essential to the development
and maintenance of strong
bones. It has also recently
been discovered to be of cru-
cial importance to several
aspects of overall health.
Being deficient in vitamin D
has been linked to a number
of additional disorders,
including cancer, autoim-
mune disease, and diabetes.
Vitamin D, also known
as the “sunshine vitamin,” is
one of the few vitamins the
body can produce. The body
can get all the vitamin D it
needs simply by being out in
the sun with ample skin
showing to absorb the rays.
However, increased awareness
about skin cancer and harm-
ful UV rays has decreased
many people’s production of
vitamin D considerably. In
the U.S., the National Health
and Nutrition Examination
Survey found that nearly
three-quarters of Americans
are deficient in vitamin D.
Although there are some
food sources of vitamin D
(salmon, tuna, mackerel and
vitamin D-fortified dairy
products), the best way to get
the vitamin is through moder-
ate sun exposure. According
to an article in U.S News and
World Report, it’s impossible
to produce vitamin D from
the sun during the winter if
you live north of Atlanta
because the sun never gets
high enough in the sky for its
ultraviolet B rays to penetrate
the atmosphere. But during
the summer, when UV-B rays
hit the skin, a reaction takes
place that enables skin cells
to manufacture vitamin D. If
you’re fair-skinned, experts
say going outside for 10 min-
utes in the midday sun — in
shorts and a tank top with no
sunscreen — will give you
enough radiation to produce
about 10,000 I.U. Darker-
skinned individuals may need
a little more time.
During the winter and
for an extra boost, you will
need to take an oral supple-
ment. A doctor can help
determine how much you
need based on a simple blood
test.
With anxiety, depres-
sion, risk for heart attacks and
a number of other health
problems associated with low
levels of vitamin D, it may be
in your best interest to supple-
ment the vitamin.
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Zone 3, Page 13
Lauren M. Salch, D.M.D. & Ryan P. Zlotkowski, D.M.D.
Complete Examination, Full Series of X-Rays
and Consultation
$
89Reg. $259 For new patients only.
Not to be combined w/any other offer. Expires 1/31/2013.
Veneers • Crowns • Bridges • Dentures • Implant Crowns
Tooth Colored Fillings • Sedation Dentistry
“W
e go the extra mile
to give you a
healthy smile”
973-835-0702
435 Ringwood Ave • Pompton Lakes
Visit Our Website For Hours and Services: www.PomptonDentalArts.com
Family & Cosmetic Dentistry
~In-Office Whitening ~Invisible Braces •
Complimentary Consultation for Invisalign (reg. $153)
Delta Dental Provider - 10% Senior Courtesy
Specializing in Men’s & Women’s Hair Color & Cuts
a full service salon & spa
on the cutting edge
Gift Certificates
New Year Special
Keratin Hair Treatment starting at $200
(973) 838-8306 • 1238 Rt. 23 N. Butler
Tues, Fri & Sat 9am-5pm•Wed & Thurs 10am-8:30pm
Receptionist Position Available
Relax and Enjoy
$10 OFF Any of Our
Spa Treatments
WINTER SPECIALS
$5 Off Any Haircut
Manicure/Spa Pedicure $28
Shellac Manicure $23
With ad, cannot be combined with any other offer.
With Marlene or Kayla only. Expires March 1, 2013
Hair Extensions,
Get the Best
Hair of Your Life!
High Quality,
100% Pure
Human Hair.
973-838-0287 • 192 Main St. • Downtown Butler
HOURS: MON-FRI 10-8 & SAT 10-6
www.tasteofdawn.com
• Gift Certificates Available •
‘Like’ us on
Facebook
NATURAL VITAMINS, SUPPLEMENTS & HERBS,
ORGANIC GROCERIES, GLUTEN FREE PRODUCTS,
NATURAL SKIN CARE, AND MUCH MORE.
Is your fish oil unprocessed?
Try our cold pressed Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil
and know the difference!
Check Out
Our Monthly Sales
& Discount
Items
Nurture Your
Dry Winter Skin with
Weleda Hydrating
Skin Care
Winter Wellness
with Our Immune
Support Formulas
Vitamin D might help
fight symptoms of depression
“Cheers to a new year and another chance for us
to get it right.” —Oprah Winfrey
also important, where there
is engagement in regular
physical activity and aware-
ness of the need to maintain
a healthy body mass index
(BMI). Volunteerism is heav-
ily practiced, which may be a
factor in reduced depression
rates and lower reports of
stress, and which may con-
tribute to an overall sense of
purpose. There is also strict
observation of Sabbath,
allowing for a weekly time to
focus on family, friends, God
and nature.
4. Ikaria, Greece. On this
small island in the Aegean
Sea, 35 miles off the coast of
Turkey, a person is three
times more likely to reach
age 90 than in the U.S.
There is a 20 percent less
cancer risk, half the rate of
cardiovascular disease and
almost no dementia. The
population consists primarily
of farmers and many who
engage in fishing. Their var-
ied Mediterranean diet
incorporates olive oil, whole
grains, fruit, a little fish, and
wild greens. Beverages
include goat milk, wine and
herbal tea. A nap is built into
the daily schedule at least
five times a week for half-an-
hour, which reduces chances
of cardiovascular disease by
35 percent. Again, they
report that walking is part of
their daily routine.
5. Nicoya, Costa Rica. A
Costa Rican man at the age
of 60 has about twice the
chance of living to 90 as
compared to a man living in
the U.S. Their diet is rich in
colorful fruits, and the water
has high amounts of calcium
and magnesium, which are
essential for bone health and
muscle strength. The philos-
ophy “plan de vida,” or “rea-
son to live,” gives a sense of
purpose, which centers
around family and contribut-
ing to the community. Faith
also plays a strong role; they
support giving control of
their life to God.
So how do we learn
from history, live longer and
improve our health and well-
being? There are no secrets,
but we can incorporate the
common characteristics of
the world’s longest lived peo-
ple — the “Power 9”:
Move Naturally – Gain four
years.
1. Just move! Walk, dance,
exercise, go fishing.
Right Outlook – Gain four
years.
2. Know your purpose.
Contribute to your commu-
nity, volunteer, plan your day
to be productive.
3. Downshift and de-stress.
Take a nap, practice yoga, or
meditate.
Eat Wisely – Gain eight
years.
4. Everything in moderation.
Eat until you are only 80 per-
cent full.
5. “Plant Slant.” Eat a variety
of colorful fruits and vegeta-
bles. Add nuts and goat milk
products to your diet.
6. Wine. Have a glass at 5pm.
Connect – Gain four years.
7. Belong. Be an active mem-
ber of your community.
8. Loved ones first. Cherish
and celebrate family.
9. “Right Tribe.” Surround
yourself with people of the
“right tribe” — that is, those
who share your culture and
interests. The key is to create
the right environment for
yourself.
The answer to the ques-
tion “How do we live
longer?” seems to be to
embrace a holistic lifestyle of
wellness. Three components
need attention — exercise
the body, keep the mind
active and purposeful, and
surround the soul with love.
Begin to reflect on the warm
family memories enjoyed
during the year past, redirect
your energy toward resolu-
tions, and plan for wellness
and good health in the new
year.
For more information on
the Cedar Crest Active Adult
Wellness Education Series,
contact Monika Eller in the
business development depart-
ment at 973 831-3576 or
monika.eller@erickson.com.
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Page 14, Zone 3
WIIh IhIS CCuÇCn. NCI IC OC
CCnOInCU WIIh 3ny CIhCI ÇuICh3SC.
ExÇ. 1/31/13
WIIh IhIS CCuÇCn. NCI IC OC
CCnOInCU WIIh 3ny CIhCI ÇuICh3SC.
ExÇ. 1/31/13
WIIh IhIS CCuÇCn. NCI IC OC
CCnOInCU WIIh 3ny CIhCI ÇuICh3SC.
ExÇ. 1/31/13
$10.00 ÐFF
RH§ WÐmeH'9
NNlrcUt
$3.00 ÐFF
KlN9' CUt9
OIIQIn3IIy S15.00 & UÇ.
10% ÐFF
RH§ PNclNl
· Kids Cuts · Senior Discounts
· Keratin Treatments
· HighIights · FoiI
Gift Certificates AvaiIabIe
· FaciaIs · Massages · Waxing
WaIk-Ins WeIcome
Open Tuesday - Saturday
Lessons for living longer at Cedar Crest
continued from page 11
E
very New Year ushers
in a host of new prom-
ises we make to our-
selves. Undoubtedly, every
year many of us fall short of
our highest expectations: we
don’t save enough, we didn’t
get that new body, we don’t
put enough of our time
towards what really matters -
you know those resolutions.
Retro Fitness of Wayne is
teaming up with NJ IRON
Magazine to help you achieve
all three of those goals this
year! We could not be more
excited to announce that we
are hosting our first ever
Weight Loss Challenge at our
Wayne location, 60 Owens
Drive.
Starting January 22 and
lasting 10 weeks, the fitness
experts at Retro Fitness of
Wayne will combine Weekly
Personal Training, Nutrition
Advice, Cardio & Strength
Training and Progress
Monitor-ing to help
you lose weight, get
fit, and start feeling
better about yourself.
“The program is real-
ly about a lifestyle
change. We see peo-
ple achieving real
results when they
stay committed to a
goal and adjusting
their bad habits.
That means eating
right, staying active,
and generally leading
a healthier life,” said
Manager Mike Foti.
Participants will
start the program by
having their initial
measurements taken
– weight, body fat,
and resting metabolic
rate. Pairing you with
your very own per-
sonal program spon-
sor will help us
understand where
your fitness level is
and tailor a program
specifically for you.
You will have 1 ses-
sion with a personal
trainer each week
that will also moni-
tor your progress,
and classes will pro-
vide cardio work-
outs. Part of your job
will be to track all
the food you con-
sume. We’ll help to
make food recom-
mendations and per-
sonalize your nutri-
tion plan.
We are expecting to
garner real results
for our clients and
by the end of it
anticipate partici-
pants to be able to
run in a 5K together
with us (part of the
cost). One of the
biggest advantages
in our collaborating with NJ
IRON Magazine is to be able
to provide expert fitness guid-
ance for you throughout the
program. We already have
content planned to educate
you on the importance of
journaling, understanding
body chemistry, keeping fit-
ness commitments and much,
much more. It’s really going
to be an all-inclusive program
and the person who loses the
greatest percentage of body
fat will receive free personal
training sessions, discount off
personal training, gifts, and
be featured as the Cover
Article in the May 2013 issue
of NJ IRON Magazine.
Stop in at Retro Fitness
of Wayne, 60 Owens Drive
for more details and to sign
up. You need not be a member
to take advantage. This year,
finally make the commitment
to yourself and GO RETRO.
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Zone 3, Page 15
Welcome Dental Exam $95
Includes Complete Set of X-Rays and
Oral Cancer Screening
New Patients Only
DENTAL INSURANCE ALERT!
Use Your Benefits By The End Of The Year Or They're Gone Forever!
Nothing is more important to us than your continued
comfort and dental health. In today’s uncertain economy,
our goal is to help you stretch your budget a little further!
Weight loss competition
R
epetitive stress
injuries are a major
issue among our pop-
ulation these days, especially
since we spend most of our
days at a desk. These injuries
occur when abnormal stresses
are repeatedly placed upon
normal joints due to poor
posture or joint position-
ing. I regularly see patients
in the office with chronic
headaches, neck pains,
shoulder issues and muscular
problems. In many cases,
solving their ergonomic
issues, both at home and in
the workplace, can go a long
way toward helping them
realize a pain-free world.
Quite simply, ergonom-
ics is “science of fitting work-
place conditions and job
demands to employee capa-
bilities.” By modifying the
work environment to fit the
employee’s capabilities and
needs, they realize more pro-
ductivity and less repetitive
stress injury. This, in turn,
leads to less pain and greater
overall satisfaction. And the
best news is that you don’t
need an expert to evaluate
your workstation. Using
these helpful tips can get you
started on a path toward
rehabilitating your chronic
pains.
•Desk height is important:
everything should be readily
at hand and height should be
set so that your feet can
touch the floor. Your legs
should form angles of 90 to
110 degrees from your body.
•Your body should be
straight and your head should
be upright and straight.
Avoid long periods of turning
your head in one place. Don’t
slouch or slump in your chair,
as this can lead to back and
neck pain.
•Adjust your monitor
height. A human being’s gaze
is focused 30 degrees below
horizontal and 30 inches
from the eyes. This means
the top of your monitor
should be right around eye
level and directly in front of
you. Other positions put your
neck in bad positions and
can lead to headaches and
neck pain.
•When typing, keep your
wrists straight, keep your
shoulders square to the desk
and keep forearms parallel to
the floor. Adjust your key-
board height if necessary to
prevent carpal tunnel issues.
•While using a mouse,
ensure that you’re not reach-
ing for it. Move it down next
to your keyboard and ensure
that your arm stays relaxed
by the side of your body and
your forearm is parallel to the
floor, just like when using a
keyboard.
•Stand up and stretch or
move around every half hour.
This helps to prevent mus-
cles from tightening and
stiffening up, and will keep
your body looser.
While these suggestions
can go a long way toward
reducing repetitive stress
injuries, they may not elimi-
nate them. If you are in
doubt or have chronic aches
and pains that don’t resolve,
get in to see your healthcare
provider and start addressing
them sooner rather than
later.
For more information
please call Dr. Robert
Manning at 973-616-4555 to
set up your appointment and
discuss your solution.
Advanced Sports Medicine
and Physical Therapy Center
is located at 18 Newark
Pompton Turnpike in
Riverdale.
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Page 16, Zone 3
- ¸./·,.//· »·1··»·
- ,,»/··
- .·» ».».,·»·»/
- ··,// ···
- ,»»»· ·,,·/
- ,····,, ·····;
,»·/·.· ·»··/./·»¸··./»·»/ ·,··.·
(»·,
·
¨¯··
;·,·.··, ·.·¯··
¸·»·/·1/·»· ;;·· /, .,,·»/»·»/
,,»/··
An Alternative
Healthcare
Solution
973-616-4555
18 Newark Pompton Tpke., Riverdale
www.AdvancedSportMed.com
·,····»· //· /·.··»,
,·· ; . »· .,,·./
/ ···»···
Investigating ergonomics: Tips to help keep you pain-free
in the workplace By Dr. Robert Manning, Chiropractic Physician
I
nterested in the newest
bestseller? If you have an
e-reader, you can probably
just download it to your
device in an instant. Would
you like to watch a favorite
television show? Many tablets
can stream videos, and there
are apps available to watch
everything from video rentals
to last night’s TV episodes.
Need to research a topic for a
school assignment? Chances
are you will log on to the
Internet to conduct that
research. With all of these
technological time-savers
available from the comforts of
home, how are libraries stay-
ing viable?
As technology continues
to evolve, libraries that were
once built on the written word
are changing their focus in
order to keep doors open.
According to the
American Library Assoc-
iation, there are 9,225 public
libraries across the United
States, though many states
have seen library closings. A
struggling economy has cost
libraries some funding, as
some municipalities simply
cannot afford to keep libraries
open as they used to, while
others are taking steps to
make libraries more popular in
the digital age.
Many libraries have
increased their offerings
beyond traditional books. For
instance, libraries have long
served as low-cost sources for
movies and music, offering
sizeable DVD and CD collec-
tions. But even now movies
and songs can be rented inex-
pensively through various sub-
scription services. As such,
many libraries have now
begun offering other services.
They may have free music and
e-Book downloads and free
wireless Internet connectivity,
serve as a location for club
meetings, and offer an exten-
sive array of children’s pro-
grams. Some libraries have
become multimedia centers,
housing a media lab where
teenagers can create Web con-
tent or take a test drive of
some of the latest applications
available.
Many of these efforts are
geared toward younger readers
and promoting a love of
reading among youngsters.
Because children are the poli-
cy makers of the future,
libraries find that making
changes catered to the
younger reader can promote
reading while ensuring the
long-term viability of libraries.
Despite the digital age,
some libraries are still thriving
thanks to their ability to adapt
to the newest technologies
available.
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Zone 3, Page 17
I
n
f
u
n
t
s

&
P
r
e
s
c
h
o
o
I
MON-FRI ó:30AM-óPM
óõ Muin St,- ßIoomingduIe
{Humburg Turnpike}
973-ß3ß-Z4õ9
973-ß3ß-Z4õ9
Licensed by the Stute of New Jersey, Entire Stuff CPR Certified
A
S
E
S
ó
W
E
E
k
S
&
U
P|
JANUARY SPECIAL
FREE RESISTRATION
{New Registrutions OnIy}
DAge Appropriute CurricuIum D Two PIuygrounds & Sym
D Creutive Art¸ Music & Dunce D Computer Lessons
Dkurute D And Much More
N
ursery SchooI
for Z¸ 3 & 4 yeur oIds
from 9um-1Zpm
Visit Us On
Fucebook
CeIebruting Our 31st Yeur|
CeIebruting Our 31st Yeur|
How libraries stay
vital in a digital age
“Always bear in mind that your own resolution to
succeed is more important than any other.”
—Abraham Lincoln
they can participate. Com-
ments and suggestions are
always welcomed at kin-
nelon_osac@yahoo.com.
•The Circle of Friendship, a
support group for the separat-
ed and divorced, meets at
7:30pm every Thursday at St.
Mary’s Church, 17 Pompton
Ave. in Pompton Lakes. For
further information, call
Christine at 973-335-9880.
•Singles in their 20s and 30s
looking to meet other young
Jewish singles should join us
for games, friends, snacks, and
more! We meet the first
Sunday of the month at
Congregation Beth Shalom,
21 Passaic Ave. in Pompton
Lakes. Bring your friends. Find
our Facebook page or e-mail
singles.jewish@gmail.com.
•Passaic Valley Hospice, a
non-profit organization, is in
need of volunteers for various
duties. Volunteers are an inte-
gral part of the professional
hospice team that provides
physical, emotional, and spiri-
tual support to the terminally
ill. Volunteers work directly
with patients and families,
providing respite for care-
givers, companionship for
patients and families, and
errand-runs. Weekday volun-
teers are especially needed.
For additional information,
call 973-256-4636 and ask for
Laura Entwistle. Reach out –
give the gift of self!
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Page 18, Zone 3
Has your child been diagnosed with...
• Cerebral Palsy
• Autism
• Developmental Delay
• Balance/Coordination Disorder
• Hypertonia (increased muscle tone)
• Hypotonia (low muscle tone)
• Down Syndrome
• Spina Bifida
• Metabolic Disorder
• Traumatic Brain Injury
18 Newark Pompton Tpke.
Riverdale, NJ 07457
973.616.8300
• Physical Therapy
• Occupational Therapy
• Sensory Integration
• Speech Therapy
• Childhood
Weight Loss
...then give us a call 973.616.8300
Community Happenings
continued from page 6
To Advertise
in one of our
special sections
call Life & Leisure
at 973-696-8008
N
orth Jersey Federal
Credit Union, a non-
profit financial coop-
erative with locations in
Paterson, Totowa, Newark and
Garfield, aims to enable mem-
bers to have financial free-
dom and to empower our
communities to reach their
goals. All of the funds
pledged by North Jersey
Federal Credit Union
will be granted to the
winner of the student film
category with student submis-
sions coming from Montclair
State and William Paterson.
“We are so excited to
announce North Jersey
Federal Credit Union as the
$1,500 first-prize scholarship
sponsor of our student film cat-
egory,” said Frank Saya, the
festival’s marketing director.
“Their scholarship really
shows a strong commitment to
giving back to
t he
c o mmu n i t y
and we feel privi-
leged to have them as a
sponsor.”
Sponsorships are still
available for local businesses
looking to support the festival,
which will showcase emerging
talent and artists from around
the world. Funds raised
through sponsorships will be
used to secure many of the fes-
tival’s expenses, such as equip-
ment rentals, printed
resources, posters and banners,
as well as various promotional
events and activities.
For more information on
sponsorship information, or
available packages, please
contact Frank Saya at
frank@patersonfilmfestival.org
. Further information can also
be found on the festival’s web-
site: www.patersonfallsfilmfes-
tival.org.
You can also follow the
Paterson Falls Film Festival
on Facebook and Twitter
(@FilmFestPF3) for the latest
news.
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Zone 3, Page 19
GYMNASTICS FOR ALL AGES & LEVELS
Strength - Flexibility - Confidence
KINDERGARTEN
& PRESCHOOL
• Mom/Dad & Tot (1½ - 3yrs)
• 4 to 5 year old programs
SCHOOL AGE
PROGRAMS
• 1½ Hour Classes
• Cheerleading Classes
• Tumbling Classes






















Developing the Foundation for a Lifetime of School Success!
Family Owned and Operated • Est. 1971
C
O
R
E
A
P
P
L
E
C
O
R
E
A
P
P
L
E
Visit our school and find
out how many consecutive
years over 90º of our
children scored in the top
10º nationally...
and they are having the
MOST FUN in their
lives!
A Truly Unique
Montessori School
• Unique Phonics
Reading Program
• Computers
• Music
• Foreign Language
• 3 or 5 Half Days
• Full Days 7am-6pm
• Fastrackids
• Parenting Seminars
• Character Education
• Dance Academy
Summer Camp
Ages 2-12 Years
• Daily Swimming
Lessons, Heated Pool
designed for safety of
young children
• Sports/Organized Games
• Arts & Crafts
• Field Trips
• Music/Dance
• In House Events
• Nature & Science
• Computers • Cooking
Call, visit and compare the
advantages gained for your child
www.applemontessorischools.com
KINNELON
10 Maple Lake Road
973-838-2122
WEST MILFORD
836 Macopin Road
973-838-2122
Preschool, Kindergarten,
Ages 2-6 Years
Celebrating
Our 40th
Anniversary
North Jersey Federal Credit Union
sponsors student scholarship for
Paterson Falls Film Festival
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Page 20, Zone 3
445 Braen Avenue,
Wyckoff, NJ • 201-670-4047
www.teelbaseball.com www.teelbaseball.com
Program Director – Garett Teel Former Los Angeles
Dodgers Player and Coach
Teels “Tools of Intelligence” catchers program
is designed for players who are committed to
improving and learning the proper skills to be
an effective catcher. Each 1 hour and 30 minute
session is designed to give each player a great
workout necessary to be ready for the
upcoming spring season.
Repetition on receiving, blocking, footwork,
throwing and all other aspects are the key to
being a successful catcher.
Day / Dates:
Sundays
January 6, 13, 20, 27
February 3, 10, 17, 24
Time:
6:00pm - 7:30pm
O
N
LY
15 M
IN
UTES
FRO
M
W
AYN
E!!
Y
ou have been repeated-
ly told that finishing
the basement of your
home is a cost effective way of
obtaining additional floor
space. Since the basement is
at a different level from your
main living area you can fin-
ish it to gain a quiet and
peaceful place to use as your
home office, sport’s room,
home theater, or living area.
Alternatively, you can finish
your basement to be used as a
children’s play room or music
room and ensure peace and
order in the rest of your home.
While the possibilities are
endless, you naturally want to
know how much the base-
ment finishing project will
cost.
Factors affecting the base-
ment finishing cost
Like any construction
project the cost of finishing
the basement of your home
depends on various factors.
Some of them are:
Size of the basement
Number of rooms needed
Need for egress windows
Appliances that will be used in
the finished basement
Electrical work needed
Custom carpeting
Number of support pillars that
are present
Amount of trim and molding
desired
Number of windows
Some of these factors can
be decided only after the
design of the basement is
finalized. Many home owners
choose to finish only a part of
the basement and retain the
rest as storage space. This will
require a door to access the
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Zone 3, Page 21
NAIL DOWN
Your Winter To-Do List
From Changing Light Bulbs to Roof Repairs
Siding • Windows • Interior Trim • Exterior Trim
Most General Home Repair
Keep Our Number in Your Phone
for a FREE, Friendly Estimate Anytime!
Call For All Your Household Needs!
Berwick Services LLC.
Serving Northern New Jersey
Quality Service at Reasonable Rates,
30 Years Experience and Fully Insured & Licensed.
We Do All Types of Home Projects and
Specialize in Small Repair!
But No Job Is Too Big.
Call 862-596-2042
Innovative,
Full Service
Residential Remodeling,
Crafting Fabulous
Kitchens,
Additions,
Bathrooms &
Master Suites
Call for an appointment to set up a
FREE design consultation.
1016 Route 23 North
Wayne, NJ
(Just 200 feet after the Alps Road exit)
A Tradition of Delivering Value For Over 15 Years
Free Estimates • Fully Insured • References Available
973-696-0333
www.advantagecontracting.com
License# 13VH00011000
Looking forward to serving you in 2013.

e would like to thank
all our customers for their loyalty
& their business in 2012.
,~· ~ ,~»», » _~.
Gargas Roofing & Construction
Roofing Problems?
We guarantee your roof
WILL NEVER LEAK AGAIN!
Fully Insured
Local References Gladly Provided
All Work Guaranteed • Free Written Estimates
NJHIC# 13VH00344800
High Quality Workmanship At An Affordable Price
All work done by our Professionals • Owner Operated • Owner Guaranteed
Specializing In: All Types of Roofing
• Tear Offs • Re-Roofing • New Roofs • Flat Roofs
• Wide Selection of Shingles
Gargas Roofing & Construction
Residential & Commercial Roofing & Siding Specialists
FREE
Upgrade To Lifetime Shingles
Call now for more details!
SIDING • WINDOWS • DECKS
On Any Complete Roofing
or Siding Installation
Book by 1/31/13.
~OR~
$
500 OFF
Total Job
FREE
Installation of
seamless gutters
With This Ad. Exp. 1/31/13.
UP TO 100FT
973-772-8080 973-772-8080
For more useful info & to help the shingle selection process please visit:
www.gargasroofing.com
continued on page 24
The cost of a basement finishing project By Felecia Drake
F
ilm fans often embrace
the New Year as they
draw closer and closer
to the coming year’s most
anticipated flicks. Echoing a
trend of years past, many of
the most anticipated films of
2013 are sequels, prequels
and reboots of classic films
and stories. Expect some
blockbuster action flicks and
favorite heroes to once again
enchant the masses. Here are
some of the films that figure
to garner audience attention
in 2013.
•Texas Chainsaw 3D:
Leatherface will once again
grace the big screen, this
time displaying his standard
gore and violence in 3D.
Hundreds of miles away from
the original massacre, a
young woman learns she has
inherited a Texas estate from
a grandmother she never
knew. When she goes to col-
lect her wealth, she discovers
horror in the Victorian man-
sion that is now hers.
•Iron Man 3: Tony Stark is
forced to go up against his
most powerful enemy yet.
Will he be able to conquer
the Mandarin?
•A Good Day to Die Hard:
John McClane is back in a
new adventure when he trav-
els to Russia to help out his
son who seems to have gone
astray. But Jack is really a
CIAoperative working to
prevent a nuclear weapons
heist. Father and son must
team up to prevail.
•Hansel & Gretel: Witch
Hunters: Those who enjoyed
the classic children’s tale of
Hansel and Gretel are in for
a surprise when the story is
turned on its head. Hansel
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Page 22, Zone 3
Mondays & Tuesdays Only, Plain Cheese Pizza $8.99 • Super Bowl Specials Available!
FREE DELIVERY
Ferati's Pizza
Toppings Extra. Not to be combined w/any other offer. Exp. Feb. 15, 2013
HALF OFF
Buy 1 Plain Pie Get 2nd Half Off
Ferati's Pizza
Not to be combined w/any other offer. Exp. Feb. 15, 2013
HALF OFF
Buy 1 Dinner Get 2nd Half Off
Ferati's Pizza
Not to be combined w/any other offer. Feb. 15, 2013
HALF OFF
Buy Any Hot or Cold Sub Get 2nd Half Off
Ferati's Pizza
Not to be combined w/any other offer. Feb. 15, 2013
$5.00 OFF
Any Order of $25 or More
Ferati's Pizza
Toppings Extra. Not to be combined w/any other offer. Exp. Feb. 15, 2013
Only $24.99
1 Large Plain Pie, 2 Order of Wings,
2 Orders of Garlic Knots
Ferati's Pizza
Toppings Extra. Not to be combined w/any other offer. Exp. Feb. 15, 2013
Only $49.99
3 Large Plain Pies
2 Orders of Wings
Movies for the New Year
continued on page 27
Ingredients
Nonstick cooking spray
1/3 cup vegetable oil
1/2 cup packed light-brown
sugar
1/2 cup honey
1 tablespoon pure vanilla
extract
3/4 teaspoon ground
cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon fine salt
3 cups rolled oats
2 cups coarsely chopped
pecans
1 cup sweetened shredded
coconut
1 cup mixed dried fruit,
such as cranberries
or raisins
1 cup chocolate chips
(optional)
Directions
Preheat oven to 300
degrees, with racks in upper
and lower thirds. Lightly coat
two rimmed baking sheets
with cooking spray. In a large
bowl, combine oil, sugar,
honey, vanilla extract, cinna-
mon, and salt. Add oats and
pecans; stir to combine. Divide
mixture between sheets. Bake
15 minutes, stirring occasion-
ally. Add 1/2 cup coconut to
each sheet; bake until mixture
is golden brown, 15 minutes.
Let cool completely on sheets.
Stir in dried fruit and choco-
late chips, if desired.
Enjoy!
K
eep January 16, 17 and
18 open for Pompton
Lakes’ Dining Days,
another Pompton Lakes
Business Improvement District
(BID) promotion. During
these three days, restaurants
will offer customers a 15 per-
cent discount and the opportu-
nity to enter to win a new iPad
and gift cards. Participating
restaurants include Monica’s
Italian Restaurant, Selenita
Mexican, In ’N Out Chicken
& Ribs, Concina de GeePee
Filipino & Spanish Restaurant,
Thatcher McGhee’s, Mack’s
American Bar & Grill, Mr.
Sushi, Tony’s Pizza, King &
Sons Pizza & Italian Food,
Bella Casa Pizza, and Amazing
Grapes Wines & Spirits.
“This is a great way to
introduce Pompton Lakes’
diverse restaurants to every-
one,” said Valerie Coll, a
BID Marketing Committee
Member. “We hope that peo-
ple might try a restaurant they
have never frequented. Maybe
even step outside their food
comfort zone and try some-
thing new.”
Coupons and entry forms
will be available in advance
at participating eateries and
on Pompton Lakes’ Face
book page: facebook.com/My
PomptonLakes. For more
Pompton Lakes specials visit
www.pompton pak.com.
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Zone 3, Page 23
WithMinimum
Food Purchase
of $35
.00
$
10
Off
Not to be combined with
$5.99 or $10.99 coupons.
710 NEWARK POMPTON TURNPIKE , POMPTON PLAINS
973-835-1426 • www.gillysrestaurant.com
MONDAY-
SATURDAY
Cannot combine with any other offers.
Coupon must be presented before ordering.
Maximum 1 coupon per table. Not valid for
parties of 8 or more. NOT VALID ON HOLIDAYS.
Excludes tax. Expires 2/6/13.
*

HAPPY HOUR (3pm to 6pm Monday - Saturday) at Bar Only
$3 House Wine - $3 All Beer - $4 House Martinis & Drinks
1/2 PRICE APPETIZERS (4:30pm to 9:30pm Monday - Thursday)
MONDAY - THURSDAY
ALL DAY SPECIAL
$
10
99 Shrimp, Veal, or Chicken Parmigiana w/Pasta,
Meat Loaf w/Mashed Potatoes,
Shrimp, Chicken or Sole Francaise w/Vegetables,
1/2 Rack BBQ Ribs w/French Fries
*** with Soup or Salad ***
With the purchase
of a beverage.
Cannot combine with any other offers. Coupon must be presented before ordering.
Maximum 2 coupons per table. Not valid for parties of 8 or more. NOT VALID ON HOLIDAYS
Excludes tax. Expires 2/6/13. LIMITED TIME OFFER.
*
RESTAURANT
With the purchase of a beverage.
WE ACCEPT ALL COMPETITORS’ COUPONS!!
*
*RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Cannot combine with any other offers. Coupon must be presented before ordering.
Maximum 2 coupons per table. Not valid for parties of 8 or more.
NOT VALID ON HOLIDAYS. Excludes tax. Expires 2/6/13.
*
LUNCH SPECIAL
6 Choices for
1. Grilled Chicken or Shrimp Caesar Salad
2. Eggplant Parmigiana Platter or Hero
3. Chicken or Shrimp Scampi over Pasta
4. Chicken, Shrimp or Sole Francaise with Vegetable
5. Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes
6. Fried Shrimp & French Fries
7. Hamburger Platter with French Fries

*
With the purchase
of a beverage.
$
5
99
MONDAY - SATURDAY

2 LARGE CHEESE PIES
$
18
99
1 LG. CHEESE PIE & 1 ORDER
OF BUFFALO WINGS
Only
$
15
99
Only
1 LG. CHEESE PIE & 1 COLD
ANTIPASTO OR MUSSELS
$
16
99
Only
3 LARGE CHEESE PIES
$
27
99
Only
FAMILY MEAL DEAL
$
19
99
Only
$15.00 or More
Any Large Pie
Lg. 1 Topping Pizza,
1 Garden Salad,
1 Order Mozzarella
Sticks,1-2 Lt. Soda
Danny’s Pizza
Take-Out or Delivery only. Not to be
combined w/any other offers. Exp. 1/31/13
Danny’s Pizza
Take-Out or Delivery only. Not to be
combined w/any other offers. Exp. 1/31/13
Danny’s Pizza
Take-Out or Delivery only. Not to be
combined w/any other offers. Exp. 1/31/13
Danny’s Pizza
Take-Out or Delivery only. Not to be
combined w/any other offers. Exp. 1/31/13
Danny’s Pizza
Take-Out or Delivery only. Not to be
combined w/any other offers. Exp. 1/31/13
Danny’s Pizza
Take-Out or Delivery only. Not to be
combined w/any other offers. Exp. 1/31/13
Danny’s Pizza
Take-Out or Delivery only. Not to be
combined w/any other offers. Exp. 1/31/13
Danny’s Pizza
Take-Out or Delivery only. Not to be
combined w/any other offers. Exp. 1/31/13
Danny’s Pizza
Take-Out or Delivery only. Not to be
combined w/any other offers. Exp. 1/31/13
Danny’s Pizza
Take-Out or Delivery only. Not to be
combined w/any other offers. Exp. 1/31/13
2 Large
1 Topping Pizzas $30.00 or More
2 for
$
22
$
5Off
$
2Off
$
2Off
Danny’s Pizza
Take-Out or Delivery only. Not to be
combined w/any other offers. Exp. 1/31/13
$
29
99
Only
2 PLAIN PIES, 20 WINGS,
ONE 2 LITER SODA
DINNER FOR 2
$
21
99
Only
Chicken Entrees Any Style,
Pasta Any Style, Side Salad
SUPER FOOTBALL DEALS
RATED 3½ STARS IN THE RECORD • DELIVERY AVAILABLE $15 MINIMUM
$50 Buffet
Open Bar
6pm-10pm
Super Bowl
Catering
Available
BOOK YOUR VALENTINE’S RESERVATIONS
NOW!
Make Your
Reservations Now!
Dining Days are coming to Pompton Lakes
Granola with pecans
and dried fruit
To Advertise in Life & Leisure Call 973-696-8008
storage space with ease. You
do not want your guests seeing
a pile of stuff, your stuff, when
they are watching TV or play-
ing some pool in your base-
ment. It does not matter how
nice you fix up the basement if
half of it is filled by items col-
lecting dust.
Other factors affecting
the cost
Apart from the costs
mentioned above, many peo-
ple decide to add a bathroom
to their basement to minimize
the number of trips upstairs. A
dehumidifier too might be
essential to keep the finished
basement dry and usable.
These additions naturally will
add to the cost of your base-
ment finishing project.
However, the extra costs will
add to the comfort level of the
basement room and increase
the value of your home.
Remodeling costs
Homeowners planning to
remodel the basement of their
home will have to spend less
than those wanting a com-
plete basement finishing job
done. When undertaking a
remodeling project, the con-
tractor will be able to utilize
some of the existing tiles and
other basement finishing
products. For instance the
floor and roof tiles might be
retained. Also, if the existing
windows have energy efficient
panes, there is no need to
replace them. This means that
you have to only pay for the
extra light fixtures and the
cost of labor for their installa-
tion. By investing only a small
sum, you will be able to con-
vert the unused playroom into
a home theater or home
office.
Safety of finished basements
When it comes to a base-
ment finishing project your
imagination is the only limit-
ing factor. The superior spe-
cialized basement finishing
products available can con-
vert even the most unpromis-
ing of basements - one that is
dark and damp and has many
support pillars and uneven
walls into a warm, cheerful,
and inviting room that can be
safely used by all members of
your family.
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Page 24, Zone 3
CLIFTON $259,900
Beautiful 1st fl condo w/2BR, 2Bths in gated
community. Pet friendly, pool, gym, clubhouse.
Near train, bus, hwys, shopping! WYN0975
WAYNE 973-694-8000
PATERSON $279,000
Move-in condition 2BR condo + large Loft
w/MEIK, DRM, LRM, Deck, WI Closet, CA, Sky-
line views & Garage. WYN0503
WAYNE 973-694-8000
ROCHELLE PARK $244,900
Charming 2BR Ranch on 200' lot w/LR/DR
combo/HW fls, MEIK, fin bsmt, garage, encl
porch & more! WYN0968
WAYNE 973-694-8000
LINCOLN PARK $244,900
Wonderful 3BR Ranch on quiet st-near park,
hwys & NYC trans w/lg EIK/sliders to yd, 2 new
Bths & More on nice level lot. WYN0982
WAYNE 973-694-8000
WANAQUE $698,495
New constr 55+ active adult Wanaque Reserve
community, 3BR 3Bth Penthouse 2,550sf model
w/20,000sf impressive clubhouse. WYN0603
WAYNE 973-694-8000
LINCOLN PARK $209,900
Spacious 2BR Ranch-much larger than it appears
w/high ceil, 3-SeasonRm, nwr wdws, roof+drive.
Lg fin w/o bsmt/fpl. No flood. WYN0424
WAYNE 973-694-8000
WAYNE $218,750
Perfect 2BR 1.5Bth 1st fl condo w/updtd Bths &
Kit + Breakfast Bar, custom feat. Walk to pool-
Near shop/trans. WYN0458
WAYNE 973-694-8000
WAYNE $989,900
Impressive true 5BR CH Colonial in prime loc
of Indian Hill Estates on priv 1 + ac cul-de-sac
loc w/beautiful IG pool. WYN0843
WAYNE 973-694-8000
WAYNE $1,099,000
Spectacular Lake front 6BR 5.5Bth Custom in
Pines Lk. Nearly every room w/views, IG pool.
WYN0868
WAYNE 973-694-8000
WAYNE $529,900
True 4BR 2.5Bth Center Hall Colonial w/lg rms,
MBR Stuite w/WI clst & updated Bth, fin bsmt
+ 2 Gar. WYN0890
WAYNE 973-694-8000
WAYNE $465,000
Ranch-style end unit townhome in lovely Wa-
terview w/great Kit, DR/fplc, full fin bsmt, CA,
2 Gar + MORE! WYN0796
WAYNE 973-694-8000
KINNELON $379,900
Timeless grace! 4BR/2BA Cape Cod/1C
Gar./H/W Flrs in LR/DR/Fam Rm w/custom win-
dows. KIN1986
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
KINNELON $425,000
Smoke Rise-Perfect entry point into the SR
lifestyle. 3BR/2BA Ranch waiting for new own-
ers. KIN3333
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $614,900
Fayson Lks-5BR 3BA Lkfront w/spect. views
from almost every Rm., fin. W/O LL/perfect In-
Law Suite. KIN5060
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
KINNELON $899,000
Smoke Rise-New Const. being blt. 4BRS
3.1BTHS w/finest quality. Enjoy boating/swim-
ming in this premier gated comm. KIN3031
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $1,095,000
Smoke Rise-Stunning Estate set on 5.5
level/landscaped Ac. w/pond/exquisite cust. de-
tails. KIN1330
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $1,300,000
Priv. brick 6BR/4.1BA CHC/3C. heated Gar./I/G
heated pool w/Spa/outdoor FP/spect.EIK.
KIN3432
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
KINNELON $895,000
Smoke Rise-Award winning Estate, rich in ele-
gance/architectural design on almost 4 lushly
landscaped private acres. KIN1278
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $1,150,000
Smoke Rise-5BR/4.1BA/new Kit./W/D, LL/
W/IG Pool/flat Yd/Wd Flrs/SS Appl/4FPS,
Spectacular views. KIN5812
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $647,000
Smoke Rise-Fab 8Rm 3/4BR/3.1BA Ranch com-
pletely renovated 2003 w/quality materials/open
layout. KIN1955
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $739,000
Fab 5BR 2.1BA Georgian Col./2 Story Grt. Rm
w/floor to ceiling brick FP/custom fin. W/O
LL/3C. Gar. KIN1967
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
KINNELON $800,000
Smoke Rise-Remodeled 6BR 5.1BA Custom
home w/3C. Gar. on over 6 Priv. Acs., indoor
heated pool. Spacious In-Law Suite. KIN5091
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $300,000
Fayson Lks-Charm/Character throughout this
cust. home, cul-de-sac, close to beach. 4BRS/2
full Bths. KIN2141
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
WAYNE $208,900
1st fl 2BR 1.5 Bth end unit w/nwr flrs, wdws &
Granite + loc near Laundry & Pool. Close to
NYC transp. WYN0771
WAYNE 973-694-8000
The cost of a basement finishing project
continued from page 21
To Advertise
in Life & Leisure
Call 973-696-8008
R
esolutions abound
come the dawn of a
new year. Fitness and
finances tend to dominate
many people’s resolutions,
with the goals of shedding a
few pounds and saving more
money both being popular res-
olutions.
For those whose focus
will be on finances in the
coming year, establishing a
budget for the New Year is a
good place to start. The fol-
lowing are a few tips for men
and women that should help
them plan budgets for the
New Year and reach their
financial goals over the next
12 months.
•Start with your income.
How much money is being
brought into the household
will go a long way toward
determining your budget. The
first month of the year, when
people will receive their earn-
ings statements from the pre-
vious year, should provide a
clear-cut picture of just how
much income the household
is generating. Once you have
that information, you can
begin to establish a budget.
•Make a list of your bills.
Knowing what’s coming in is
important when establishing
a budget, but so is having a
firm grasp of what’s going out.
Make a list of all of your
monthly expenses, from the
big ones like a mortgage pay-
ment to the smaller ones like
how much you spend on a cup
of coffee each day. When
making a list of these expens-
es, make note of the day bills
are due each month. This can
help you determine which
weeks of each month you’ll be
able to save more money and
which weeks you will need to
tighten your belt and pay
existing bills. Such knowl-
edge will help you establish a
budget.
•Make a list of anticipated
expenses. Some expenses are
there every month. Others are
those you expect, such as
home improvement projects
you plan to finance in the
coming year. Make a list of
these anticipated expenses.
This may involve taking some
inventory of things around
the house, such as any appli-
ances that may be on their last
legs, bigger issues like a roof
that may need to be replaced
or a bathroom you finally plan
to remodel. Once you have
compiled this list, research
how much each project figures
to cost you. This should give
you an idea of how realistic
each project is for you, and
whether or not you will be
able to tackle multiple proj-
ects in the coming year.
•Don’t forget about debts.
Many people plan a budget
more to get out of debt than to
save for a rainy day. When
establishing a budget for the
year ahead, calculate how
much debt you’re currently
carrying. Though you can do
so if you prefer, it’s best to
exclude existing installment
loans like a mortgage or a car
note from your list of debts.
Though those can be consid-
ered money you owe, they are
more in line with the month-
ly expenses you need to live
than credit card debts you
simply need to get rid of. If
your debt is considerable or
even small, see if there is any-
thing you can remove from
your list of monthly expenses
(i.e., cable television or
streaming video subscription)
so you can devote that money
to eliminating your debt. In
addition, those with consider-
able debt should prioritize
ending that debt over projects
you want to tackle that aren’t
exactly necessities. For exam-
ple, if your kitchen is outdated
but still safe and functional,
postpone the kitchen remodel
until you have eliminated
your debt.
•Decide where you can cut
costs. Chances are you’re
establishing a budget because
you have a specific financial
goal in mind or because you
examined last year’s financial
statements and realized you
fell short of your savings
goals. So you likely know you
need to cut some costs, and
part of establishing a budget
is deciding which costs you
can cut. Some of the more
common ways people cut
costs at the dawn of a new
year include deciding to dine
out less, canceling a cable tel-
evision subscription or
removing premium channels
from their package, driving
less to save money on fuel
and forgoing store-bought
coffee for java they make at
home. Each of these budget
cuts can lead to substantial
savings over a full year, and
none of them are life-altering
to the point of lowering a
person’s quality of life.
•Include savings into your
budget. Living on a budget is
not always easy, especially for
those people who are not used
to doing so. When establish-
ing your budget, include
weekly, bi-weekly and month-
ly savings goals into the budg-
et. If you stick to this plan,
you will have something to
show for your financial disci-
pline at the end of each
month, and light at the end of
the tunnel can be a motivat-
ing factor as you adapt to liv-
ing on a budget.
The New Year is a great
time to turn over a new finan-
cial leaf, and establishing a
budget is a great way to get
started on a path to a brighter
financial future.
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Zone 3, Page 25
How to establish a budget for the New Year
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Page 26, Zone 3
0051 AUTOMO-
BILES WANTED
WE BUY CARS !
WE BUY TRUCKS !
RONNIE'S IN
WAYNE
973-616-7900
WE PAY FOR
JUNK CARS
973-220-0202
0230 FIREWOOD
FIREWOOD
Order Early & Save
10%. Delivery incl.
Stacking available
CaII 973-633-7217
Seasoned Firewood
1/4, 1/2 or full cord
Delivery & stacking
avail.stove & fireplace
size 973-316-9574
HELP WANTED
0280 - 0329
0304 H/WANTED-
R/E BUYERS
AGENT
Busy Realtor looking
for a Buyer's Agent.
Must be
licensed,must have
exper., be a great
closer. Motivated to
make $$/ have a very
flex schedule,
avail. for F/T Call
973-283-7725
For an Ìnterview
0310 HELP
WANTED SALES
MOTIVATED ABOUT
FITNESS? "New"
Fitness Magazine is
looking f/Salesperson
to carry the Vision in
North Jersey! Contact
Joe@njiron.com or
CaII 973-696-8008
RECEPTIONIST
Professional, respon-
sible person wanted,
experiience required,
F/TJCChristopher
Salon/Spa - Kinnelon,
Call 973-580-7043
jcc25@optonline.net
SERVICES
0610 - 0959
0655 SERVICES
CARPET
G&S Carpet
CIeaning
& FIoor Service
ResidentiaI
& CommerciaI
973-839-6436
0684
SER.COMM/RESI.
CLEAN
0685 SERVICES
CLEANING
Mariya's CIeaning
Service
Ukrainian ladies clean
your home or office to
your complete
satisfaction. Exper.
Refs Avail
CaII 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 wont
pick up.
WE DO !!! CALL
862-200-1283
Dan's Light HauIing
Removal of house-
hold & Construction
Debris Demolition -
Free Est.
973-839-7024
0709 SERVICES
DECKS/
FLOORING
0725 SERVICES
DRIVEWAYS
0730 SERVICES
ELECTRICAL
0774 SERVICES
HANDYMAN
0785 SER. HOME
IMPROVEMENT
0815 SERVICES
MASONRY
0860 SERVICES
PLUMBING
SERVICE DIRECTORY & CLASSIFIEDS
In Business
for Over 30 Years
CASH for GOLD & ANTIQUES
Instant Cash for Precious Metals · Jewelry
Antiques · Collectibles & More!
973-809-2554 • www.cashforantiquesgold.com
AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK
WE PAY MORE
& COME TO
YOU TOO!!
Call Now For A
FREE Appraisal
State Certifed with the
Weights & Measures
and Bonded
GOLD
We’ll Beat Anyone’s Price!
Jewelry &
Broken Jewelry
Coins
Dental Gold
SILVER
Silverware
Coins
Vintage Antiques
Antique Tools
Military Items
COLLECTIBLES
Vintage Toys
Some Antique Furniture
Vintage Lighting
Decorative Collectibles
Primitive Antiques
FREE
at Home Shopping
Service
Serving
North Jersey
Proudly for over
60 years!
SERVICE MASTER CLEAN
973.633.0883 • 201.321.6877
Janitorial Services
Carpet & Floor Care
Residential & Commercial
Green Cleaning:
Daily, Weekly, Monthly
Call For More Information
SINCE 1932 • FULLY INSURED

CMR SERVICES
973-703-3039
Cleanouts &
Dumpster Services
Fully Insured • NJ Lic #A901
FREE ESTIMATE
Estates • Abandoned Prop
Storefronts • Basements
Whole House • Attics
Regain Valuable Storage!
We dispose unwanteditems inan
environmentally safe way.
10% OFF
withthis ad

Just Wood
Floors & Decks
973.981.4640
Since 1985 • References Available
Free Estimates
Complete Wood Flooring Services
Decks Maintained & Refinished
www.JustWoodFIoors.biz
ASPHALT
MAINTENANCE INC.
Driveways & Parking Lots
973-299-9226
•Paving Sealing Curbs
Retaining Walls Pavers
Drains
Patches
Excavation
Free Estimates
NEW & OLD
Construction-Residential
& Commercial.
Fully Insured & Bonded
FREE ESTIMATES
20
%
OFF New Customers
CQ ElectricLLC
973-699-0855
NJ Licence #15600
NORTH JERSEY
REMODELERS
973-962-1811
• Full Kitchens
• Bath Specialists
• Basements
• All Interior
Renovations
• Ceilings to Floors
• Doors • Painting
• Windows
• Counter Tops
• Cabinet Refacing
• General Carpentry
COMPETÌTÌVE
PRÌCES
30 Years Experience
FREE ESTIMATES

LÌC.#13VH01757100
Longo Construction
973-838-8693
All Types of Brick, Block,
Concrete, Fireplaces,
Foundations etc.
Free Estimate - Fully Insured
Bloomingdale
Zinet Masonry
Construction
973.452.2647
Lic#13VHO3920800
Installation & Repairs
BRICKS, BLOCK &
CONCRETE
CAULKING, ETC.
POWER WASHING
0473 WANTED ANTIQUE/COLLECT.
0656 SERVICES CARPET/FLOORING
0680 SERVICES CHIMNEYS
C M
Contractors
Chimney
973.710.2402 PHONE
973.706.8840 FAX
Family Owned & Operated • 25 Years Experience
References Available!
Fully
Insured!
Fully
Licensed!
COMPLETE WINTER
CLEANING!
$39.99
SENIOR CITIZENS,
CHURCHES
20% Off
- HOME IMPROVEMENT
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
- HANDYMAN SERVICES
All Phases of Construction
CHIMNEY CAPS, PLATES, ETC.
Pointing
Masonry
Brick Work
Referral Discounts!
Chimney Sweeps • Chimney Liners
Dampers • Chimney Rebuilds & Repairs
Mortar Collars Installed • Animal Removal
B-Vent Installations • Roofing • Flashing
PSE&G Violations Corrected
24 Hour Emergency Service
&
+up
Do It Right Chimney Service
Chimney CIeaning
SpeciaI-$29.95
Prevent Carbon Monoxide
Poisoning !!!
our other services incl.
Repairs, Liners, Caps & Dampers
Plus Powerwashing
w/mold resisting additive
CaII 973-570-7362
CaII KathIeen
To Advertise
In CIassified
973-696-8008
R.G. Gutters
973-832-4207
Gutter CIeaning
Gutter InstaIIation
Gutter Repair · Power Washing
Emergency Service
ALL
WORK
DONE BY
OWNER!
Free Estimates &
20% OFF
Gutter Cleaning For
All New Customers!
ARE YOUR GUTTERS FOWL?
Stephen Fox
Plumbing & Heating
Small Repairs,
Alter, Drain Svc.
INSURED BONDED
973-839-1054
Lic.#7467
0700 SERVICES CONSTRUCTION
0766 SERVICES GLASS
0771 SERVICES-GUTTERS
0774 SERVICES HANDYMAN
973-632-6411
Maintenance • Repair
Building • Remodeling
No Job Too Small or Big!
25 Years Experience
Lic. #13VH06689700
TOM D’S HANDYMAN
SERVICE
TRI-COUNTY
www.mrhandyman.com
with this ad
Cannot be combined w/any other offer. 1 per household. Exp. 1/31/13.
REMODELS, REPAIRS
MAINTENANCE & MUCH MORE!
973-696-9393
Insured & Bonded • Member of the BBB
NJ Lic. #13VH00608600 • NAT-22773-1
Satisfaction Guaranteed!
$22 OFF
“GET YOUR HOLIDAY TO-DO LIST, DONE!”
clean energy certificates
(SRECs) to meet the required
standards. Since it is very cost-
ly to build clean energy facili-
ties, utilities purchase SRECs
from home and business owners
who are solar system owners.
This makes them a valuable
resource in the payback of solar
investments.
But SRECs are only one
part of the payback on a solar
system purchase. The federal
government also gives 30% of
your system cost back to you in
the form of a tax credit when
you purchase a solar system.
Combine that with the savings
on your monthly utility bill and
you have a purchase that
should show a payback of 5 - 8
years and a return on invest-
ment in excess of 10%. With
most solar companies offering
“No Money Down” lease and
purchase options, all you need
is decent credit and you can get
solar. And your home goes up
in value too! $1,000 for every
dollar saved on your annual
electric bill. That’s $20,000 on
an average home and no real
estate taxes.
And finally, the effect on
the environment is huge. A
typical solar system is equiva-
lent to planting acres of trees.
This effect will benefit you and
your children.
Visit your local solar store
for more details!
Tom Ferraro is the owner of the
Solar & More Store, a retail
showroom located at 598 Rt. 23
in Pompton Plains, NJ. Solar &
More sells and installs Solar, Ge-
othermal and other renewable en-
ergy systems as well as energy ef-
ficiency products and backup sys-
tems. Visit the Solar & More
store or their website at www.So-
larNMoreStore.com.
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
January 9, 2013 Zone 3, Page 27
and Gretel are now 15 years
older and are specialized
bounty hunters looking to
annihilate witches.
•Man of Steel: Followers of
the Superman franchise will
no doubt tune in to watch
this new take on the well-
known tale of an alien baby
who grows up with super-
human powers.
•The Hunger Games:
Catching Fire: The popular
follow-up to one of last year’s
biggest hits is slated for late
2013. Heroine Katniss faces
the anger of The Capitol
after her rebellion and defi-
ance helped her win the
annual Hunger Games.
•Jack the Giant Slayer: This
drama takes an adult perspec-
tive of the “Jack and the
Beanstalk” legend. After a
princess is captured, the
long-standing peace between
humans and giants is altered.
Jack, a young farmer, is given
the chance to enter the
giants’ kingdom in hopes of a
rescue.
•Oz: The Great and Powerful:
Another children’s tale to be
revamped, this movie focuses
on the wizard from “The
Wizard of Oz,” telling the
story of how a Kansas charla-
tan became the Great and
Powerful Wizard.
•Star Trek Into Darkness: The
USS Enterprise’s crew is
thrown into another chapter
of space exploration.
•The Wolverine: Logan must
confront a mysterious figure
from his past and wage an
epic battle that could change
his life forever. This film
loosely follows the early
1980s comic book miniseries.
•The Smurfs 2: The little
blue guys are back, and this
time they’re up against evil
wizard Gargamel’s newest
threat: mischievous Smurf-
like creatures called the
Naughties.
•Safe Haven: A young
woman arrives in North
Carolina, where she develops
a bond with a widower. The
relationship could reveal the
dark secret that haunts her
mysterious past.
•The Hobbit: The Desolation
of Smaug: This movie will
tell the story of Hobbit Bilbo
Baggins and the scary adven-
ture he takes with 13
dwarves.
Movies for the New Year
continued from page 22
People receiving home care
function better. It’s a proven
fact.
For access to this entire
article, including another 10
reasons why
home care is so
i mp o r t a n t ,
please go to
www. dor s on-
homecare.com
/news-events.
Not only do American
families have to address the
above examples, but they also
need to address legal, financial
and health concerns for their
loved ones. For these reasons,
Dorson Home Care created a
publication that is the first of
its kind, “Dorson 2 Your
Health,” which is coming to
Life and Leisure’s website this
year.
“Dorson 2 Your Health” is
a valid resource that provides
information to families and
caregivers. It connects the lead-
ing topics in health care today,
such as financial solutions,
planning strategies, health and
wellness measures, and how
they need to be integrated in
order to reach a family’s long-
term health care needs.
Sonia Scott is the CEO and
Founder of Dorson Home Care,
Inc. (est. 1988), as
well as Dorson Baby
Care and Dorson Vo-
cational Training In-
stitute. Sonia also
founded Dorson
Community Foundation, a not-
for-profit organization that servic-
es the youth of its community.
For more information on Sonia
Scott or Dorson, please visit
www.dorsonhomecare.com, or
contact us at 973-672-7691 or
info@dorsonhomecare.com.
Quality home health care has a new name: Dorson
Offsetting constant energy rate increases
0931 SER.-
TV/AUDIO
INSTALLED
“The TV Guy”
Ìf you need
your TV,
Home Theater,
Audio/Stereo
Equipment
installed or
connected.
"Big or Small...
We do it All".
Call Mike
973-495-3775
SERVICE DIRECTORY
Kovach
Roofing
Shingles - Slate
Flat Roofs - Gutters
973-835-5330
Senior Citizen Discount
$300 OFF
ANY JOB OF
$3,000 MORE
•Vinyl Siding
Replacement Windows
Residential Roofing
35+ Years Experience
Free Estimates • Fully Insured
973-696-5699
ROSS
ROOFING & SIDING
• Tree Removal Lot Clearing
Stump Grinding Chipper Service
Pruning & Trimming
Wood Chips Grading & Excavating
INC.
24-Hour
Emergency
Service
• FREE ESTIMATES
FULLY INSURED
Specializing In Dangerous
And Large Tree Removal
973-616-0010 • 973-583-2844
We will beat any
written estimate
References available
upon request
TREECARE
0886 SERVICES
ROOFING
0920 SERVICES TREES 0815 SERVICES MASONRY
Q
u
a
lit
y
W
o
r
k
m
a
n
s
h
ip
• Interior & Exterior Painting
• Residential Specialists • Power Washing
• Paper Removal & Installation
• Brush • Roll • Airless Spray
• Fully Insured • FREE Estimates
Owner Operated
“Where Excellence In
Quality Is Affordable”
973-839-7403
0826 SERVICES PAINT/POWER WASH
0827 SERVICES PAINTING
“The Original”
George’s Painting
Interior and Exterior
Painting
Home Improvements
Free Estimates • Fully Insured
973-628-9143
Established 1986
Kevin
The Painter
“A True Professional”
Decorative, Faux &
Textural Finishes, Glazing,
Sheetrock, Spackle,
Repairs & Power Washing
Interior/Exterior
Fully Insured
References available
20 years Experience
973-979-8043
0886 SERVICES
ROOFING
ERICKSON
Masonry, LLC
Pompton Lakes, NJ
973-835-2001
35 Years Experience
Free Estimates · Fully Insured
'No Job Too
Small or Large"
continued from page 1
continued from page 9
A Aative Of Kinnelon
#1 1op Producer
Relocation Specialist
Circle Of Excellence
Premier Sales Agent
Preview Property Specialist
© 2012 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Coldwell Banker
®
is a registered trademark oI Coldwell Banker LLC. An Equal Opportunity Company. Equal Housing Opportunity. Owned and Operated by NRT LLC.
RESIDENTIAL BROKERAGE
“If you are considering a move, give me a call and I will guide you every step of the way.
Cell 973-714-3897. The Realtor you choose makes a BIG difference. Put my negotiation skills to work for you!!
Visit www.KinnelonRealty.com For All Local Listings
www.KinnelonRealty.com
Coldwell Banker Kinnelon/Smoke Rise
1450 Rt23 North, Kinnelon/Butler, N1 07405
Direct Office 973-283-7725 · Office 973-838-9300 x244
Call Cindy at 973-714-3897cell
Cindy Gallagher
All Agents Are Not The Same.
When You’re Ready to Sell, Call Cindy.
Cindy Gallagher
Call me on my cell 973.714.3897
f
r
o
m
KINNELON ESTATES $1,300,000
This private brick Center Hall Colonial is the beautiful home you have been waiting for. Features 6 bdrms and +.5 bths. Spectacular E!K fit for a kingfqueen with
a viking 6 burner stove, sub zero refrig, farm style sink, large center island, granite counter tops, wet bar with wine refrig. A fabulous Great Room with a frpl +
tray ceiling overlooking the magnificent inground heated pool with spa, outdoor fireplace + kitchen. The libraryfoffice, DR, LR with a frpl, powder rm, hrdwd flrs
on first + second levels. The second level offers a mstr bdrm with a tray ceiling + walk in closet, a luxurious mstr bth. 2 bedrms with a Jack + Jill bath, a bedrm
with private bth, two additional bedrooms with a bth, perfect for an in-law suite. A 3 car heated garage, sprinkler system, stereo system, alarm system.
very spacious rooms. Gsmls#29863+3
··.»·,
·
·»
OVER 25 YEARS
EXPERIENCE IN
SALES & MARKETING

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful