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was recently the featured land-
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cial promoting Lowe’s Home
Improvement Centers. Work-
ing with the Cousins on Call,
a group of DIY gurus,
DC Landscape owner Dennis
Coyle became inspired to dab-
ble further into home improve-
ment television. Knowing he
could offer homeowners un-
iquely educational and inspir-
ing home and garden advice,
Coyle teamed up with
Sleepless Pictures to film the
pilot for his landscaping show.
“What I do for a living is not
just a career, but a type of love.
The horticulture and design
aspects allow me to create proj-
ects that leave an impression and
last for years,” said Coyle.
Coyle has been studying
plants for 10 years and is famil-
iar with almost all perennials,
annuals, trees and shrubs.
“Landscaping is truly a science,
and must be approached with
care and precision,” he said. “If
you just buy a plant and stick it in
the ground, it’s probably not
going to live. You need to take
care of it — you need to properly
install it with topsoil, peat moss
and fertilizer.” Coyle has excel-
lent relationships with many
local growers and garden cen-
ters. Over 99 percent of plants
installed by him live, yet his
company still offers a one-year
warranty, just in case.
Customers feel at ease trust-
ing DC Landscape Design to
make their homes and gardens
beautiful all year long. The
company currently has weekly
maintenance contracts in 10
different towns. “My company
takes much pride in every
landscape we do. No job is
ever too small or too big for us,”
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Montville Township High School, 100
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Community ...
•Van Riper-Hopper House Museum is run-
ning a Back-In-Time Morning Camp at
533 Berdan Ave. Monday to Friday, July
8-12 from 9am-12pm. Children from
ages 8 to 12 will enjoy activities based on
daily themes and end each day with one
hour of playing historical games Children
must be signed up for the entire week.
Please mail pre-registration fee of $125
for full week by to Wayne Historical
Commission 533 Berdan Ave., Wayne, NJ
07470. Price includes supplies. Proceeds
benefit the Wayne Historical Commission
and its support of the Wayne Historic
House Museums. For more information,
call 973-694-7192 or e-mail to the link at
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•Preakness Bible Church, 1108
Preakness Ave, Wayne welcomes boys
and girls of Wayne to their VBS July 22-
26 from 9:30am-12pm. This year's
theme is Kingdom Rock, the epic adven-
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grade. Register on our website at preak-
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•Whether you are still suffering from the
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•Individuals providing care to spouses
who are chronically ill or incapacitated are
invited to join Jewish Family Service of
North Jersey’s spousal caregiver’s support
group. Caregivers are a very important
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•The Golden Age Circle of Wayne, Inc.
(GACW) is an active non-profit senior
group sponsored by the Wayne
Department of Parks and Recreation that
meets every Thursday at 1pm in the PAL
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served after each regular meeting and
members enjoy an afternoon of fellow-
ship. Day trips and overnight trips are
scheduled throughout the year, certain
meetings host special speakers, and bingo
is played for only GACW members one
Thursday during each month. To qualify
as a member, you must be a Wayne resi-
dent of at least 50 years of age. Yearly
dues are $7. For more information, call
Val Turner, assistant recording secretary,
at 973-694-5094. Or, come visit us!
•Professional musicians and vocalists of
the Wayne Seniors Swing Band will per-
form for your dancing and listening pleas-
ure on the third Tuesday of each month.
Requested donation is $2 from members
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refreshments will be served.
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T
his year, the RRR —
Recognition of Re-
sponsibility Ritual —
took place on June 16 and it
was not missed in the Charnet
home. I solidified my right to
receive the ritual way back on
July 24, 1988. Since then,
there have been three other
rights granted to me that ele-
vated the intensity of the ritu-
al experience for 2013. For
many years, my wife and I
were the only ones participat-
ing in the rituals, but as the
children grew older the cele-
bration date each year became
much more important. My
baby, Sam, just celebrated his
Bar Mitzvah, which marked
his religious passage into
adulthood, and with that level
of maturity he also under-
stands RRR Day. The other
kids also never forget the sig-
nificance of RRR Day, and if
they do, their Mom reminds
them well in advance of the
importance and meaning of
the day.
Yesterday, Sam handed
me an RRR card that had a
black-and-white picture of an
older man sitting on a stool
milking his cow. The inside
caption, written by Sam, read:
“Go ahead, Dad. You’ve
earned the right to milk it for
the day!” The card accompa-
nied a specially designed back
scratcher, which is essential to
someone of my vintage who
lacks the flexibility to scratch
those hard-to-reach places in
the center of the back. How
did he know?
One of my kids created a
homemade card for me that
that offered a foot massage in
recognition of the special day.
Along with that was a CD of
music from the early 1970s,
which became thematic with
the other gifts I received: CDs
from the ancient genres of
music from the late ‘70s and
early ‘80s. The artists were
unimportant. (Their choices
of whom they thought I liked
and listened to three-and-a-
half decades ago were interest-
ing!) But the thought and
remembrance of RRR Day
were all that mattered.
I remember the transi-
tion from being single to get-
ting married and being a cou-
ple. It was an amazing time.
My wife and I were both work-
ing together to build our
dream, and we always had
money in our pockets for
whatever we desired. A few
years later my status matured
to parent with the birth of my
daughter, Chelsie. With that
came expenses for baby furni-
ture, clothes and diapers, but
most importantly, for college
funding. Things were tight for
a while. Then the first of my
three sons, Zachary, was born,
escalating us from parents of
one to a family of four. This
was a major increase in
responsibility. Now we were
responsible to house, feed,
clothe and educate two chil-
dren, while maintaining our
standard of living, hopefully
to escalate it while simultane-
ously preparing for our retire-
ments. Wow, the pressure was
mounting now! I immediately
began a second college fund-
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three common mistakes By Robert Sokoloff, CPA
continued on page 8
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T
he movies and TV can
bring humor, laughter,
and lightheartedness to
these seemingly serious times
we live in. Dentist jokes, movie
and TV roles are a familiar sub-
ject as either the target or situ-
ations we all can relate to. I
consider the ability to laugh at
oneself a great release of seri-
ousness, stress and “good for the
soul”. Here are some memo-
rable dentists I have collected
for you. Enjoy!
•Dr. Stu Price (Ed Helms) in
The Hangover -2010
•Dr. Julia Harris (Jennifer
Aniston) in Horrible Bosses -
2011
•Dr. Bertram Pincus (Ricky
Gervais) in Ghost Town -2008
•Dr. Doug Madsen (Tim Allen)
in Wild Hogs -2007
•Dr. Phillip Sherman or
“P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way,
Sydney” (voice of Bill Hunter) in
Finding Nemo -2003
•Dr. Ted Brooks (Cuba
Gooding, Jr.) in Snow Dogs -
2003
•Dr. Frank Sangster (Steve
Martin) in Novocaine -2001
•Dr. Nicholas “Oz” Oseransky
(Matthew Perry) in The Whole
Nine Yards -2000
•Drs Steve and Ben Jessup (Phil
Lewis and Bill Henderson) in
City Slickers -1991
•Dr. Orin Scrivello (Steve
Martin) in Little Shop of Horrors
-1986
•Dr. Sheldon Korpett (Alan
Arkin) in The In-Laws -1979
•Dr. Christian Szell (Laurence
Olivier) in Marathon Man -1976
•Dr. Jerry Robinson, the dentist
(Peter Bonarz) of The Bob
Newhart Show -1972
My personal favorite is
Dr. Tim Whatley (Bryan
Cranston) of Seinfeld. In this
episode Jerry is accused of
being an “anti-dentite!”
I hope you’ve enjoyed
these as much as I have.
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Mistake 3: Inflexibility. Once
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More families are choosing
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looking out for your country.”
In other words, whatever we
do to bolster our national
image and integrity will, in
turn, help us in our own
lives. Merriam-Webster de-
fines patriotism as love for or
devotion to one’s country.
When I surveyed friends
and family and asked them to
give examples of patriotism,
most answers fit into two cat-
egories. The first set of exam-
ples included heroism in times
of trouble and tragedy, like the
troops in our armed forces
who put their lives on the line
every day, or the tremendous
national response in the days
after 9/11.
The second category of
examples included shows of
enthusiasm and love in times of
happiness, like the national
fanfare surrounding our World
Cup soccer team, or festive
Fourth of July celebrations,
from small backyard barbeques
to huge galas.
Without patriotism, our
country would be a boring mass
of people who never got excit-
ed about any national competi-
tion. Holidays would be dull
and dreary, if not completely
eliminated due to lack of par-
ticipation. Support for our sol-
diers and other heroes would be
limited to small pockets of fam-
ily and friends. We would lose
our identity, our pride and the
very essence of what makes our
country America.
Does patriotism still mat-
ter? You bet it does! Patriotism
gives us hope. It helps us
remember where we’ve been,
helps us celebrate where we
are, and gets us excited about
where we’re going. It gives us a
sense of uniqueness, while uni-
fying us as one people. So fly
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S
ummer is a time for fun
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only downside to summer is
the heat! For us humans it’s
easy to keep a tall glass of
lemonade around or crank
the air conditioning up to
keep us cool during these
months.
But our pets don’t often
have it so easy. It can be mis-
erable for your dog to be
stuck in the heat for long
periods of time with no way
to keep cool. While it’s obvi-
ously preferable to keep your
best friend indoors when the
weather gets hot, sometimes
it’s not practical.
If you absolutely have to
keep your dog outside during
these hot months, then there
are a few simple things you
can do to keep your dog safe
and cool. You don’t want to
forget these tips; they are
absolutely essential.
First off, make sure your
dog has plenty of shade. You
can build a simple pavilion
out of scrap wood and a tarp
if there is no other shade
source. Shade can make a big
difference!
Also, make sure your dog
has lots of cool water. They
make great water bowls now
that can be hooked up to a
hose and that continually
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water level drops below a cer-
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your dog will never run out of
cool water!
Another super way to
keep your dog cool is to give
him access to a kiddie pool
filled with water, but this is
only for dogs that like the
water and are able to swim.
Remember: safety first! Don’t
do this if you have a small,
short-legged dog that could
drown in the pool.
Finally, and one of the
best ways to keep your pet
cool during the summer, you
can get your dog a cooling
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way to make sure your dog
stays comfortable in that blis-
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you are looking for a cheap
dog bed, a
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They require
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dry place to sleep. They’re
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your favorite pet from suffer-
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These dog cooling mats are
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just gotten back from playing
outside or from taking a dog-
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Remember to always fol-
low these tips when your dog
is outside in the summer. In
the end, however, the best
way to keep your dog cool is
to keep it indoors when the
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continued from page 11
ing account, as well as added
to my already robust life insur-
ance and disability insurance
programs. Vacations were
scaled down a little bit and
even omitted, but when I put
my head on the pillow every
night, there was sincere peace
of mind, for if something neg-
ative were to happen to either
Terry or me, the other would
have been financially pre-
pared to handle it.
The transition to family
of five, then six, was relatively
easy. There are 12 years sepa-
rating my eldest from my
youngest, so the older two
were instrumental in helping
us with the younger ones. I
heard myself once praying
that not only should Chelsie
get a driver’s license, but that
she would be an excellent and
safe driver, too. Terry and I
needed some transportation
help. My prayer was answered.
The monthly college savings
programs were eventually
increased to four, and we insti-
tuted retirement programs for
all the kids. Terry and I
increased our retirement fund-
ing, especially after the stock
market “crashes and correc-
tions” of 1987, 1990, 1994,
2000-2001 and 2002, to take
advantage of the ultimate law
of investing. (“Buy low and
sell high!”)
We were fortunate that
when college and grad school
first came upon us, the col-
lege funding I prepared for
was unneeded so the funds
could be used for other
meaningful purposes. I con-
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and Sam, now 15 and 13,
with the hope that these
funds may also be used for
other purposes, like their first
house or additions to their
retirement plans. It is never
too soon to plan for your
retirement or your children’s
retirement!
Yes, this past weekend
was “Triple R” Day in the
Charnet household, known
by most of America as
Father’s Day! I’m having a
little fun with you by the title
of this column, but isn’t it
accurate? Fathers and moth-
ers both make huge sacrifices
to start and raise a family.
The financial burdens alone
are enormous, and there are
stresses and responsibilities
on top of that. However, the
rewards are amazing and well
worth the sacrifices and price
we pay. I have clients who
never had children and
though in some cases they
have amassed a greater for-
tune, in virtually every case,
they would trade it away for
children of their own to nur-
ture, to love and to dote over.
And the grandchildren they
do not have, they would give
the rest of their fortune away
to have that, too.
Though my column is
financial in nature, it is
important to take some space
every now and then to recog-
nize why it is important to do
the right things, financially
speaking. Advancement and
well-being of our family is
the foremost conclusion I
come to, followed by philan-
thropic endeavors as a very
close second. For the father
in your life, I hope you
called, visited or recognized
him this past Father’s Day. If
that was impossible, I hope
you had the good fortune to
recognize a father you admire
for a job well done. Men are
fragile and emotional beings,
though they hate to (or
won’t) admit it. They require
a little RRR at least once a
year. Please tell your father or
another that you’re proud of
him as often as you can.
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D
uring the dark days
of the Civil War,
Lincoln’s Secretary of
War, Edwin Stanton, was frus-
trated by the President’s policy
of trying to win over his adver-
saries. “Why do you waste so
much time trying to make
friends with your enemies
when you should be destroying
them?” he demanded angrily.
Lincoln replied, “If I turn an
enemy into a friend, haven’t I
destroyed that enemy?”
What brilliant and simple
wisdom. Instead of waging a
battle that consumes our
resources in an effort to make
the enemies waste theirs, find
areas of synergy and grow
stronger together.
We can apply this concept
to our daily lives. Some our
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allies are the habits that govern
our behavior. There are habits
that are beneficial and those
that are destructive. We all
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serve us or we can be doomed
to serve them; there is no third
option.
Try taking a habit that is
harmful — such as interrupting
other people while they are
speaking — and look to replace
it with a useful habit of success
instead. We interject because
we aren’t listening. Practice
effective listening and you will
both curtail the bad habit while
reinforcing the successful one.
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field, NJ. You may reach him at
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R
educing energy con-
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•Jewish Family Service of North Jersey, a
recipient of financial assistance from UJA
Federation of North Jersey, is expanding
its Kosher Meals on Wheels program in
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people age 60 and over, or those younger
who have a disability and who are unable
to cook or shop. Volunteer drivers bring
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and personal contact to the elderly, many
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people who would like to receive meals.
To volunteer, to request Kosher Meals on
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•Spa 23 Health & Racquet Club in Wayne
offers birthday parties and special events
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ates. Pleasant temperatures
and conditions can entice
people who are normally con-
tent to stay indoors to venture
outside and enjoy the fresh air.
There are a number of activi-
ties, from cooking to enter-
taining, that are ideal for sum-
mer fun. But what about
watching a movie?
Although the number of
drive-in movie theaters may
be on the decline, that doesn’t
have to keep movie buffs from
enjoying a film with friends
and family al fresco. Certain
parks, municipal recreation
centers and businesses host
movie nights under the stars
for large groups in the sum-
mertime. However, home-
owners can host an outdoor
movie night right in their own
backyards.
Establish the “screen”
spot well in advance. A few
different scenarios can make
watching a movie more enjoy-
able. You will need a large
enough surface to act as the
movie screen. If yours is a
light-colored home, you can
project the image directly on a
patch of siding that is not bro-
ken by windows or doors.
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erect a tarp, sheet, shower cur-
tain, or an actual screen to
serve as the backdrop. Test out
the movie-watching experi-
ence prior to inviting people
over to ensure that the movie
is clearly visible and is not
marred by street lights or
obstructions like overhanging
branches.
Invest in a projector. In
order to project the movie
onto the big screen, you will
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hook up to everything from
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enough to travel in your pock-
et. If a friend has a projector,
you can also ask to borrow it.
The higher you can mount the
projector, the better it will be
to avoid picture blockage.
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everyone involved.
“Our buyers in Buildings 1
and 2 made a commitment to
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and option samples. Now that
their closing dates are fast
approaching, they are able to
see the finished product, and
they are thrilled,” said Marie
Episale, manager of Century 21
Crest Real Estate, exclusive
listing agency for the Parkside
at Wanaque development.
The local community is
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tion site located at the corner
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and service,” said Episale. “Our
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ting a beautiful quality product
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New townhomes closing in Wanaque
continued on page 27
can buy on an auction site or
garage sale should suffice.
Create the theater.
Theaters are built with stag-
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set on a gradually increasing
angle. This may not be possible
in a yard unless you have a
nicely sloping hill. Place blan-
kets or sheets down front for
children or shorter adults and
then place folding chairs for
adults. You can also opt for
guests to bring their own chairs
if you do not have enough.
Have movie snacks on
hand. Snack foods, especially
finger foods, work best for out-
door movie nights. Give every-
one a paper lunch bag they can
fill up with snacks from a snack
table and then take with them
to their seats. Have a cooler
filled with beverages in close
proximity to your seats. If
you’re creative, you can tie in
the snacks to the theme of the
movie. For example, if you’re
watching a film with dinosaurs,
then serve dinosaur-shaped
gummy fruits.
Plan for an intermission.
Pause the movie halfway so
guests can stand up and stretch
or visit the restroom. This also
enables them to refill any
drinks or snacks.
Give neighbors a heads-
up. As a courtesy to your
neighbors, let them know you
will be having a movie night in
the yard, and for a few hours
there may be more noise than
usual. Try to time the viewing
so it will not stray too far into
sleeping hours when neighbors
may be disturbed. Better yet,
invite them to the festivities.
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•An open invitation is extended to all
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come play bingo, dominoes, and card
games with some friendly seniors. Enjoy
fellowship, fun, holiday parties, and
trips. The Golden Key Club meets every
Friday afternoon from 1-3pm at the
Post 174 American Legion building, 55
Mountain View Blvd. in Wayne. For more
information, please call Annette Ford at
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•The MOMS Club of Wayne is currently
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PATERSON $499,000
Investors! This home is being sold with 2
adjacent building lots, each lot has been
approved for three townhomes to be
built
WEB#3042347
Gary K. Kraft
WAYNE $364,900
Desirable Townhome in Timber Valley
Community. Features spacious living
room with vaulted ceiling, fireplace, sky-
light and more!
WEB#3041567
Gene Lowe
PATERSON $299,900
Pack your bags and move right in! to this
immaculate, beautiful and completely
renovated home!
WEB#3045196
Maryam Altadouka
WAYNE $359,000
Bright and open townhouse in desirable
Brittany Chase! This beautiful unit boasts
kitchen with separate dining area, dining
room and more
WEB#3045185
Gene Lowe
TOTOWA $879,900
Custom all brick & stone Colonial. Amaz-
ing stone patio w/ heated I/G pool, huge
level fenced in yard, oversized deck, 3
car garage
WEB#3040324
Joseph Simone
WAYNE $349,900
End unit with privacy! Newer granite
kitchen, tile floors, new expanded Trex
Deck, wood fireplace in living room, up-
dated baths.
WEB#3032428
Kevin Casper
WANAQUE $299,900
Immaculate 2nd floor Colfax model! This
unit features extensive moldings, large
modern eat-in kitchen with granite coun-
ters and more!
WEB#3044810
Shawn Anen
WAYNE $114,900
Great location for this 1 bedroom condo!
Close to schools, shopping, and houses
of worship.
WEB#3044959
Michael Ciavarella
WAYNE $449,000
Immaculate Ranch home located on 1.7
acres of private, wooded property. Fea-
tures include formal living room with fire-
place and more!
WEB#3041756
Gene Lowe
WEST MILFORD $90,000
Great starter home! Cute Cape in Lower
West Milford features 2 bedrooms, eat-in
kitchen with breakfast bar, living room &
more.
WEB#3041752
Joseph Simone
WAYNE $399,900
Home rebuilt in 1998. Spectacular 2
Story liv rm with fpl & dining rm w/cus-
tom bookshelves, opens to sliders to
patio w/barbecue pit
WEB#3044311
Joseph Simone
WOODLAND PARK $214,900
This 2bedroom, 2bath condo offers large mas-
ter bedroom with master bath and walk-in
closet. Laundry roomin unit. Plenty of parking.
Exercise room, billiard room, meeting rooms.
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W
ayne Day was cel-
ebrated on Sun-
day, June 9. It was
a great time for the commu-
nity, as it has been for the
past 20 years. Everyone
enjoyed the fun, food and
friendship of the beautiful
sunny day. Once again,
Coldwell Banker Regional
Marketing Center in Wayne
had a large presence at the
event and raffled off three
adult-sized bikes and a refrig-
erator to some happy recipi-
ents! Assemblyman Scott
Rumano picked the winners
of the raffle tickets and posed
with them, along with
Branch Manager Patti Tahan
and Coldwell Banker associ-
ates. This year’s lucky win-
ners were Emily Amore,
Elizabeth Sprock, Camelo
Luvera, and Frank and
Agness Gertz.
Coldwell Banker supports Wayne Day
Community
Happenings
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mothers who stay home with their chil-
dren; including those who have home-
based businesses or who work part-time
but are home with their children during
the day. The group offers a wide range
of activities including: monthly socials,
group activities/outings, play group
opportunities and mom’s night out for
the moms only along with community
service projects. All activities and serv-
ice projects are voluntary. If you live in
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•The Morning Minyan, a group of caring
people dedicated to observing the tradi-
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the sanctuary of Temple Beth Tikvah,
950 Preakness Avenue in Wayne. A light
breakfast follows the 15-20 minute
prayer service. All are welcomed!
•The Pines Lake Woman’s Club is an
active club opened to all women from
the Wayne area that are at least 18
years old. We meet monthly on the sec-
ond Wednesday of the month at the
Pines Lake Elementary School cafeteria
at 7:30pm. Visitors are welcomed. The
club offers fun, friendship, and service.
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New townhomes closing in Wanaque
first moment they walk
through the doors of our sales
center, they receive personal-
ized service from a team of
experienced professional real-
tors and new construction spe-
cialists. Our buyers are really
getting the best of both
worlds.”
All the hard work and
dedication have paid off. With
only 18 out of 88 units still
available, the quality of product
and service is evident.
Parkside at Wanaque pro-
vides luxury living at affordable
prices to its purchasers — offer-
ing custom kitchens with gran-
ite countertops, stainless
kitchen appliances, hardwood
flooring, carpeted bedrooms,
and unbelievable appliance
and lighting packages. Prices
start under $250,000 for a two-
bedroom, two-and-a-half bath,
two-floor townhome with one-
car garage.
The sales and design cen-
ter is located at 142 Route 23 in
Pompton Plains and is open
Tuesday through Thursday 6-8
pm. There are open houses
every weekend from 10am-4pm
and scheduled appointments
anytime.
Members of the sales team
can be reached at 973-646-
7476. More information is
available at www.parksideat-
wanaque.com.
continued from page 23
Heat oven to 350°F.
Grease bottom only of 12-
inch pizza pan with cooking
spray or shortening.
Make batter as directed
on brownie mix box. Spread
in pan.
Bake 26 to 30 minutes or
until toothpick inserted 2
inches from side of pan comes
out almost clean. Cool com-
pletely, about 1 hour.
In small bowl, beat
cream cheese, sugar and vanil-
la with electric mixer on
medium speed until smooth.
Carefully spread mixture
evenly over brownie base.
Arrange berries over cream
cheese mixture. Stir jelly until
smooth; brush over berries.
Refrigerate about 1 hour or
until chilled. Cut into wedges.
Store covered in refrigerator.
Makes 16 servings
Brownie and berries pizza, yum!
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Community Happenings
continued from page 25
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