W

hen you walk into The
Learning Exper-ience
Academy of Early
Education at 1784 Hamburg
Turnpike in Wayne, you instantly
get a sense being amongst family.
The entire facility is immaculately
kept and a friendly face is there to
greet you as you walk in the door.
It instantly becomes obvious that
the people that built this center
put a lot of thought into creating
a facility that caters to a young
child’s every need.
The Learning Experience is
able to accomplish this by giving
children the support they need to
develop socially, physically and
emotionally in a safe and secure
environment. Programs like their
cutting edge, proprietary L.E.A.P.
(Learning Experience Academic
Program) curriculum and Fun with
Phonics have nearly 90% of partic-
ipating children reading by the
time they enter kindergarten.
Other programs that are part of the
everyday curriculum include sign
language, technology (comput-
ers are provided in all class-
rooms for 2.5 years of
age and above),
L.E.A.P. into Spanish®, philan-
thropy, physical fitness and
Manners Matter® have children
exercising not only their minds,
but their bodies as well. This well-
rounded approach to
early edu-
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of
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the body
and mind has
made The Learning Experience
the leading innovators in the child
care industry.
In keeping with their innova-
tive ways, The Learning
Experience recently introduced
their L.E.A.P. Interactive curricu-
lum. This next generation of cur-
riculum has been specifically
designed to enhance TLE’s exist-
ing L.E.A.P. curriculum by having
children engage in cutting-edge,
touch technology on a large, inter-
active screen. L.E.A.P lessons are
supplemented with real-time
videos and eye-opening destina-
tions that are shown on the inter-
active board via Google Earth.
Children can reach out and touch
these destinations and travel the
world without ever leaving the
classroom. This interactive tech-
nology also allows children to uti-
lize this high-tech means of educa-
tion to “fill it,” “shape it,” “draw
it,” and “spotlight it.” The touch-
screen gives them the ability to
learn hands-on rather than just
seeing it in a book or hearing about
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AUG 23
•Please help Family Promise of Passaic
County, a families’ homelessness pro-
gram, by purchasing a Macy’s shopping
pass for Macy’s Shop for a “Cause” Day
on Saturday, August 23. Purchase a $5
savings pass and save 25% on most
items (10% on certain items) purchased
that day! Includes sale and clearance
items! Good at ANY Macy’s store! Plus
each pass allows you to enter to win a
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pass or if you have any questions please
contact Mary Till at 973-628-0466 or
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SEPT 6
•On Saturday, September 6, following
the 5pm Vespers service, Holy
Resurrection Orthodox Church will host
a community lecture presented by His
Grace, Right Reverend Bishop Michael
(Dahulich), PhD. His Grace is the Bishop
of the New York and New Jersey Diocese
of the Orthodox Church in America. The
lecture is entitled Christians in the 21st
Century: Living the Experience of the
Early Church. The lecture is open to all
interested parties. There is no charge
for the event. The church is located at
285 French Hill Road, Wayne. For more
information, visit www.heisrisen.org.
SEPT 22
•Family Promise of Passaic County will
host their Second Annual Golf Outing &
Banquet. Help us help children and fam-
ilies that are facing homelessness in
Passaic County. Come join us on
September 22 at Black Bear Golf Club
on Rt. 23 Franklin, NJ. $165.00 per
person for golf & dinner, $65.00 per
person for banquet with silent auction.
Sponsorship opportunities are available.
A great day and evening of fun for
all! For more information call
Ken Tanis 201-310-1832, or email
familypromisepc@gmail.com before
August 31.
OCT 19
•The Wayne Valley High School will be
hosting a Craft Show on Sunday,
October 19, from 10am- 5pm. The
school is located at 551 Valley Rd,
Wayne. The Wayne Valley Band Parents
will be sponsoring the show and P.J.’s
Promotions will be promoting the event.
One hundred exhibitors with crafts, art
and photography will be set up in one
huge gym. This long running show
draws a great crowd of eager shoppers.
For further information please call 201-
666-1340.
Around the
Community ...
•Passaic County Court Appointed Special
Advocates (CASA) is hosting their
Annual School Supply Drive. Donate a
backpack and fill it with school supplies
or host your own drive collecting class-
room essential items. Please add this
event to your upcoming community,
fundraising, or organization calendar
and help us spread the word about this
drive. Passaic County CASA’s Annual
School Supply Drive, 973-832-4002,
email-Erica@passaiccountycasa.org.
Drop off location: CASA- 573 Valley
Road, Suite 2, Wayne. Last day to
donate is Tuesday, September 2
although sooner donations are greatly
encouraged.
•Afraid of Speaking in Public? Looking
to improve your speaking and leader-
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your career? Toastmasters is the
answer! Join us as our guest - meetings
are held every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of
every month. Next meeting will be
Tuesday, August 26, at the Wayne Public
Library, 461 Valley Road, Wayne from
7-9pm. For inquiries contact Antheya at
862-571-3148 or visit www.toastmas-
ters.org.
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•The Community Food Box Program has
arrived at St. Michael’s Episcopal
Church, 1219 Ratzer Road, Wayne. The
boxes contain a great selection of qual-
ity frozen food that is delivered on site
each month, for pick up, at very inex-
pensive prices. There are 8 different
selections of boxes and prices to choose
from. The program is exceptionally con-
venient for all who participate. The
menu and prices are quite varied. For
more information and to receive a
menu kindly call 973-626-2802.
•Professional musicians and vocalists of
the Wayne Seniors Swing Band will per-
form for your dancing and listening
pleasure on the third Tuesday of each
month. Performances will take place
from 12:30-2:30 pm at the Wayne Elks
Lodge, 50 Hinchman Avenue in Wayne.
Requested donation is $2 from mem-
bers of the Wayne Elks Lodge and mem-
bers of the Wayne Adult Community
Center. For all others, requested dona-
tion is $3. Light refreshments will be
served. For more information, call 973-
633-0734.
•The Riverview Garden Club, based in
Wayne encourages local area residents
who are interested in gardening and in
expanding their botanical knowledge to
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M
oving can be stress-
ful. If the process of
finding a new place
to live wasn’t difficult
enough, then the task of get-
ting everything packed and
out of your current residence
on time is sure to complicate
matters.
For pet owners, the mov-
ing process can be even more
difficult. Renters often find
the rental market is less than
enthusiastic about pets, and
even landlords who allow pets
might require a larger security
deposit. But once that deposit
has been made, it is time to
move, a process that can be
difficult for renters and buyers
alike. Pets are often averse to
change, and few changes are
as significant as changing res-
idences. But there are ways
that pet owners can make
moving easier on themselves
and their pets.
Spread things out.
Sudden changes can increase
pets’ anxiety levels, which
can alter their behavior.
When getting ready to move,
spread things like packing out
over time, gradually packing
items away so pets won’t
panic as their environment
changes. Avoid packing pets’
comfort items, such as bed-
ding and toys, until the last
minute.
Arrange for travel well
in advance of your move. If
you’re moving relatively close
by, then your trip to your new
home may be no different for
a pet than a standard road
trip. In such instances, pack
toys and snacks in the car to
keep your pet occupied
throughout the trip.
If flying will be a part of
your move, then arrange for
travel as soon as possible.
Doing so increases the
chances you can get a non-
stop flight, which will be eas-
ier on you and especially your
pet, which won’t be as used to
the changes in air pressure on
an airplane as his or her own-
ers are. Flying can be uncom-
fortable for pets no matter
how considerate an airline is,
so limit your move to a single
nonstop flight when possible.
Stick to your routine.
Pets thrive with routine, so
while the days leading up to a
move can be hectic, stick to
your pet’s routine as much as
possible. This includes feed-
ing times, morning and
evening walks and even the
time you set aside for play
each day. If problems arise
with your mood, don’t allow
your pet to see you lose your
temper or succumb to stress,
as this can cause a spike in
pets’ anxiety levels that can
make the move more difficult.
Give pets their own spot
on moving day. Moving day
can be hectic, especially
when pet owners hire profes-
sional movers. It can be diffi-
cult for pets to adjust to
strangers in a home, and
movers will be in and out of
your home all day on moving
day. Designate a room in your
house for your pet, and make
sure the movers know not to
enter that room. Place feed-
ing dishes, water bowls and
toys in the room so pets can
eat drink and remain occu-
pied until the time comes to
leave the house. On a nice
day, consider letting the dogs
play in a fenced-
in yard or use a
tree lead that
allows pets to play in the yard
without the freedom to run
away.
Visit the veterinarian
before making your trip. Pet
owners should take their pet
to the veterinarian one last
time before moving. Ask for
the animal’s health records,
including documentation of
its vaccination history as well
as any past illnesses or condi-
tions the pet might have
experienced. The vet visit is
also a good time to get the
animal one last checkup so
the vet can ensure that the pet
is healthy enough to travel.
When visiting the vet,
discuss any past travel issues
your pet might have had. In
some cases, the vet might pre-
scribe an anti-anxiety med-
ication if the pet has a history
of anxiety when traveling.
When getting ready to
move, pet owners should take
all the necessary precautions
to ensure their pet has a safe
and comfortable move.
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 pets in the community. The
Pequannock Animal Hospital is
located at 591 Newark Pomp-
ton Turnpike in Pompton
Plains. You can reach the hospi-
tal by calling 973-616-0400.
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wo Wayne congrega-
tions will sponsor a
High Holiday food and
basic necessities drive allowing
the Wayne Interfaith Network
(WIN) and other charities to
help alleviate ongoing hunger
and need in the Township.
Shomrei Torah and Temple
Beth Tikvah are joining
Conservative and Reform con-
gregations throughout the
United States in a national
effort to fight hunger and help
those less fortunate. During
Rosh Hashanah (Sept. 24-26),
collection bags are distributed
and then filled and returned
prior to Kol Nidre services on
Friday, Oct. 3. Donations may
also be dropped off at either
location during the weekdays
between these Holy Days.
The following non-perish-
able foods, packed in non-glass
containers, are especially help-
ful: canned stews, ravioli, fruits,
tuna or salmon, dry or milk
canned, peanut butter, jelly,
cooking oil, hot or cold cereal,
juices, mayonnaise, ketchup,
tea, coffee, spaghetti sauce,
macaroni and cheese mix, rice,
cocoa mix, canned mixed veg-
etables, potatoes or yams,
spinach, asparagus, beets,
etc. Non-food items which are
also needed are: Ivory soap
bars, plastic wrap, aluminum
foil, shampoo, toilet paper,
paper towels, sponges, scouring
powder.
Pasta, canned corn and
canned green beans are not
needed at this time. Items
should be regular sizes (not
super sizes). Paper bags in plas-
tic, or paper bags with handles
are best. Please check expira-
tion dates. Monetary dona-
tions are also welcome, payable
to the Wayne Interfaith
Network.
The Wayne Interfaith
Network (WIN) is a non-prof-
it, tax-exempt organization
that operates a pantry for
Wayne area citizens. The WIN
volunteers come from church-
es, synagogues and other organ-
izations throughout Wayne.
The Social Action Committee
of Temple Beth Tikvah co-ordi-
nates its “High Holiday
Project” and Shomrei Torah
works under the auspices of its
“Operation Isaiah.”
Those interested in assist-
ing in this effort may contact
either: Shomrei Torah - 973-
696-2500 office@shomrei
torahwcc.org orTemple Beth
Tikvah - 973-595-6565 tbtex-
ec@optonline.net.
Two Wayne congregations collect
for the needy
S
ome celebrities, like
Lauren Hutton,
Madonna, and Arnold
Schwarzenegger, see the gap
between their front teeth
(known as a diastema) as part
of their unique style. But out-
side Hollywood it’s unusual for
people to want to keep their
diastemas, according to the
American Academy of Cos-
metic dentistry. They say their
patients with diastemas report
feelings of lower self-confi-
dence.
“Studies have shown that
people create an opinion of a
person based on his or her
appearance within the first few
moments of meeting them,”
said Ron Goodlin, DDS,
AACD president. “When 100
people at a mall were shown a
photo of someone with a
diastema compared to someone
without and asked to describe
that person, they most often
described the person as being of
a lower socioeconomic status,
not as smart and not as attrac-
tive.”
Closing a diastema can be
achieved several different ways
according to the age of the
patient, and their expectations,
finances and timetables. Call
Dr. Peter Brusco if this issue is a
concern to you.
Dr. Peter Brusco is a 1980 gradu-
ate of The University of Pennsyl-
vania and has been practicing in
Kinnelon since 1982. Dr. Brus-
co’s practice is located at 170 Kin-
nelon Road, Suite 29A in Kin-
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the web at www.drbrusco.com.
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Teachers and assistants must
follow strict guidelines, meet
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Man-datory First Aid training
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There’s no reference to
amount in determining
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So, although you might not
get an information form for
amounts under specified lim-
its – the familiar $600 figure
for Form 1099-MISC, for
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Despite the broad nature
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Also, though income from a
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C
irca 1996. I was in St.
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convention. It was
one of those tiring trips with a
full night of activities to ramp
up for. I checked into the
hotel and headed for my
room. I could not wait to lay
down on the bed and grab a
quick snooze before I needed
to get cleaned up for the
evening.
I put the key in the
door, opened it and much
like the three little bears, I
found someone sleeping in
my bed! The guy woke up
startled (I guess he thought I
was gonna roll him!). I high-
tailed it out of there as quick-
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Turns out they gave me
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I was concerned I was in the
right place because I had the
key. In actuality, I was in the
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Maybe this scenario is all
too familiar to you. And to
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happening to you because you
continue to go to the wrong
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Remember the definition of
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A
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dren enroll in kindergarten
shortly after their fifth birth-
days. But age alone does not
dictate if a child is ready to
transition from a preschool
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and parents may need to work
with educators to determine if
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the first big step of their aca-
demic careers.
Many developmental and
education experts believe that
numerous factors, in addition
to age, determine school readi-
ness, including physical, social
and cognitive development.
Many parents want their kids
to begin kindergarten at the
same time as other kids their
age, but enrolling youngsters
before they’re ready could have
repercussions for years to come.
Students who begin kinder-
garten before they’re ready may
fall behind, resulting in frustra-
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school.
With such significant
stakes, parents may want to
answer a few questions and
look for these generalized
kindergarten readiness clues
before enrolling their young-
sters in school.
Does my child have solid
oral-language skills? Language
is more than drilling letters and
sight words into a child’s head
through repetition. Language
allows kids to share in new
experiences and lessons that
will expand their vocabularies.
The more kids experience, the
more their curiosity grows. This
opens up opportunities for dis-
cussion about a variety of topics
and introduces words and con-
cepts that may be new and
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Children will retain words if
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they’re used in context and
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introduced to many foreign
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in a school environment for
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seeking cooperation from the
class. To keep up with peers
and lessons, kindergarteners
will need to be able to remain
quiet for extended periods of
time, listen to instructions and
then properly act on them.
Is my son or daughter
excited about learning? Some
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who are excited at the prospect
of going to the same school as
their older siblings. Enthusiasm
about school and an eagerness
to learn and discover new
things are indicative of kinder-
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questions is a good start to suc-
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Does my child want to be
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music to a kindergarten
teacher’s ears. Parents may be
in a rush and find it easier to
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But doing everything for kids
puts them at a disadvantage.
Independent streaks can help
kids adjust to school.
Kindergarteners may have to
go to the bathroom and wash
up independently. They also
may have to fasten buttons,
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coats. Children who cannot
handle such tasks may struggle
to adjust to a school environ-
ment.
Can my child recognize
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Children entering kindergarten
should know most letters by
sight and be able to count to
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Encourage kids to count
objects in the world around
them or do some preliminary
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on signs at stores or places in
the neighborhood.
Kindergarten readiness is
determined by a variety of fac-
tors, including age, school
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two times a month. We are accepting
referrals for people who would like to
receive meals. To volunteer, to request
Kosher Meals on Wheels, or for addi-
tional information, call Paul Klein at
973-595-0111.
•Spa 23 Health & Racquet Club in Wayne
offers birthday parties and special events
for all ages. Kids will have the time of
their lives at Spa 23 parties! In addition
to our pool parties, choose from any of
our themed parties, or add a theme to
your pool party. Theme parties are avail-
able seven days a week. Pool parties are
available Fridays, Saturdays, and
Sundays. You can also book the entire
club for your own private event! The spa
is located at 381 Route 23 in Pompton
Plains. Contact Spa 23’s program direc-
tor, Laura Severance, at 973-839-8823.
View more information online at
www.spa23.com.
•An open invitation is extended to all
seniors in the area to join the Golden
Key of Wayne. Don’t get housebound –
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., Wayne. For
more information, please call Annette
Ford at 973-628-0492.
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and expecting different
results.
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A man goes down the
street and falls in a hole, gets
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aren Peters, a sales
associate affiliated
with Coldwell Banker
Residential Brokerage in
Wayne, has been recognized
by the 2014 REAL Trends
Best Real Estate Agents in
America list as being among
the top real estate agents in
New Jersey. Peters ranked
No. 26 in closed transaction
sides and No. 46 in closed
sales volume.
Sales associates affiliated
with Coldwell Banker
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spots (38) in the list of New
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sionals based on closed sales
volume. Several Coldwell
Banker Residential Brokerage
sales associates (20) also made
the list of the top 90+ sales
professionals in New Jersey
based on closed transaction
sides. To be considered by
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agents had to close more than
50 transaction sides or $20
million in sales volume.
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ulate her for this prestigious
recognition,” said Hal
Maxwell, president of
Coldwell Banker Residential
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Rockland County, New York.
Peters has earned several
accolades for her 2013 sales
success. She was the year’s top
affiliated agent at Coldwell
Banker Residential Brokerage
in Wayne based on sales per-
formance. She also ranked
No. 5 out of approximately
3,000 agents in the entire
company for 2013, and No. 34
in the category of gross com-
mission income.
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Peters earned the Coldwell
Banker International Presi-
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company’s highest honor rec-
ognizing the top 1 percent of
approximately 85,000
Coldwell Banker-affiliated
sales professionals across the
globe. Peters also achieved the
New Jersey Association of
Realtors (NJAR) Circle of
Excellence Sales Award at the
uppermost Platinum Level for
2013. She is a member of the
NJAR Distinguished Sales
Club for having earned the
NJAR Circle of Excellence
Award for 10 or more years.
Peters entered the real
estate industry in 1990 as a
sales associate affiliated with
Coldwell Banker Residential
Brokerage in Pompton Plains
and immediately earned the
Rookie of the Year award.
She serves home buyers and
sellers in Passaic, Bergen and
Morris counties. Peters
excels in the marketing of
homes, and is a Certified
Relocation Specialist and
Certified New Homes
Specialist. A resident of
Wayne, she is active in the
community with Autism
Speaks, and with autism
and breast cancer awareness
causes.
For information about
buying or selling a home, con-
tact Karen Peters with
Coldwell Banker Residential
Brokerage in Wayne at 973-
694-8000 or directly on her
cell at 201- 400-7323. The
office is located at 1410 Valley
Road. Area listings can
be viewed at www.coldwell
bankermoves.com/Wayne.
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•The MOMS Club of Wayne is looking for
members. It is part of an international non-
profit support group for mothers who stay
home with their children; including those
who have home-based businesses or 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 service projects
are voluntary. If you live in Wayne and are
interested in joining please e-mail mom-
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•The Morning Minyan, a group of caring
people dedicated to observing the tradition
of daily prayer, meets at 7:30am in the
sanctuary of Temple Beth Tikvah, 950
Preakness Avenue in Wayne. A light break-
fast follows the 15-20 minute prayer serv-
ice. All welcome.
•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 meet
monthly on the second Wednesday of the
month at the Pines Lake Elementary School
cafeteria at 7:30pm. Visitors are welcome. The
club offers fun, friendship, and service. For
more information call 973-835-3272 or e-
mail pineslakewomansclub@yahoo.com.
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embark on home
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to avoid the potentially nega-
tive side effects of exposure to
lead dust. When undergoing a
renovation, homes built before
1978, the year the use of lead
paint was banned, are likely to
produce lead dust, which
occurs when lead paint is sand-
ed or chipped. That dust can be
especially harmful to children,
pregnant women and pets.
According to the Centers for
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tion, lead dust that is as small as
a grain of sand is enough to poi-
son children, who may suffer
brain damage, hearing loss,
nervous system and kidney
damage, and decreased muscle
and bone growth after exposure
to lead dust. When pregnant
women are exposed to lead
dust, that exposure may affect
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ment while increasing the
mother's blood pressure.
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dust may suffer from a series of
side effects, including vomit-
ing, diarrhea, abdominal pain
and possibly death.When mak-
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homeowners can open win-
dows and wear protective gear
such as masks and safety gog-
gles to avoid direct exposure to
lead dust.
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acres. Security system. MLS 3129111
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Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
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WAYNE 973-694-8000
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973-839-7403
0827 SERVICES PAINTING
Stephen Fox
Plumbing & Heating
Small Repairs,
Alter, Drain Svc.
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973-839-1054
Lic.#7467
CAR FOR SALE
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CLASSIFIEDS
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KATHLEEN 973-696-8008
0826 SERVICES PAINT/POWER WASH
1999 Chevy Lumina,
bronze, 151,000 miles.
interior is excellent and
exterior has one mark.
Oil changed and serviced
regularly. Needs exhaust
systembut overall good
car. Asking $995. Please
call 973-694-6041
0920 SERVICES TREES
0774 SERVICES
HANDYMAN
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ROOFING
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