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Plastic Surgery now
offers NeoGraft the
latest hair restoration technolo-
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patients. The new method is
minimally invasive, and
because it harvests individual
follicles from the back of the
head without a scalpel or stitch-
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Dr. Jeffrey B. Wise, M.D.,
F.A.C.S. is one of only a few
providers in the country that
offers this technology. It is ideal
for both men and women who
want to do something about
thinning hair or bald areas of
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method, patients heal more
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requires the physician to use a
scalpel to remove a strip of scalp
and close the area with sutures
or staples, resulting in a six-
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days. Without a tell-tale linear
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restricted activities.
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strip method and NeoGraft are
similar when performed by a
skilled physician. The differ-
ence is not in the area of hair
growth, but how the donor area
is harvested: either with a strip
of scalp or with small individual
graft extractions.
Patients who would like
the option of wearing a very
short haircut in the back or
sides of their scalp, or those
with active or busy lifestyles
who dont have time for a long
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can also be used to camou-
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have had prior strip proce-
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NeoGraft is a viable
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women looking to restore
their own living and growing
hair with transplantation.
In most cases, the fee
structure for the NeoGraft
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dure is similar in pricing to
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NeoGraft is more detailed and
intricate in nature.
The best way to determine
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Jeffrey B. Wise, M.D.,
F.A.C.S., graduated with honors
from Yale University. He ob-
tained his medical degree from the
Cornell University School of
Medicine. He served his intern-
ship in general surgery and resi-
dency in head and neck surgery at
the University of Pennsylvania
School of Medicine, where he
graduated with the departments
highest award for research and in-
novation in facial plastic and re-
New hair restoration technology
leaves no linear scars
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May 18
Wayne Presbyterian Church
will be holding its annual Fish
and Chips dinner on Friday,
May 18 from 5-7 p.m. The
dinner will be held in
Memorial Hall at the church,
located at 1200 Alps Road in
Wayne. The dinner is catered
by Argyles of Kearny and
includes beverages, rolls and
delicious homemade desserts!
Patrons have the option to
eat-in or take-out. You can
purchase tickets at the church
office. Tickets purchased in
advance are $12 for adults and
$6 for children under 12. This
event always sells out, so get
your tickets early! Tickets pur-
chased at the door are $14 for
adults and $7 for children
under 12. For more informa-
tion, call the church office at
973-694-7109 or visit the web-
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Church is located on the cor-
ner of Alps and Ratzer Roads.
Used Book Sale: Friday, May
18 from 9 a.m.-1p.m. at
Eastern Christian High
School, 50 Oakwood Ave,
North Haledon. Come and
purchase a piece of history.
You might even recognize
some books from generations
past. Books will be bargain-
priced. Proceeds will benefit
the ECHS Media Center revi-
talization project.
June 9
St. Michaels Episcopal
Church at 1219 Ratzer Road
in Wayne is having its annual
Craft Fair/Festival on
Saturday, June 9 rain or shine
from 9 a.m. -4p.m. Crafters/
Vendors accepted. Call 973-
694-1026 or email
reginagiordana@yahoo.com
June 14
Jacksonville Chapel will host
its tenth annual golf outing on
Thursday, June 14 at 2 p.m.
The cost is $140 per golfer and
includes 18 holes of golf
(scramble format), unlimited
range use, lunch and buffet
dinner, $10,000 hole-in-one
prize, plus other great prizes,
contests, and giveaways. The
event takes places at the Black
Bear Golf Club, 138 Route 23
South in Franklin. For more
information, contact Neil
Hoogmoed at booghug@aol
.com or 973-839-6936.
July 23-27
Preakness Bible Church,
1108 Preakness Ave. in Wayne
announces their summer
Vacation bible School. July
23- 27 from 9:30 a.m.-noon. It
is for those entering
Kindergarten to those entering
seventh grade. Free! Register
online at www.preakness-
biblechurch.org or call 973-
942-8833.
Around the
Community ...
Portas Karate and Kobudo
academy held a graduation
ceremony for students from its
Pompton Lakes and Wayne
schools that were advancing in
black belt rank. After the can-
didates successful completion
of an extensive black belt
training program certification
awards were presented by
Sensei John Porta, 9th degree
black belt and senior United
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his is part one of three
articles reviewing the
most current scientific
evidence showing the rela-
tionship of the health of our
mouths to our bodys systemic
health. The latest research is
showing an incontrovertible
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part of preventative cardiolo-
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prevention of any inflammato-
ry disease.
The mouth is the portal
of entry for most of the patho-
genic (disease-causing bacte-
ria) bacteria that affects our
health, and a location for
potential infections that
affects us adversely.
Oral inflammation is the
bodys response to any issues in
the mouth. It not only shows
up in periodontal (gum) dis-
ease which effects 85 percent
of the U.S. population and is
the most common human
inflammatory disease but
also in patients with crowded,
decaying, and abscessed teeth,
partially erupted wisdom
teeth, and cancers.
Inflammation in the
mouth results in an inflamma-
tory response. When you cut
your skin, for instance, your
body sends cells to that area to
repair it. This inflammatory
response results in redness,
swelling, and scabbing. Orally,
the inflammatory response is
similar, but the byproducts
spread quickly throughout
our body. Because of the
large blood supply and thin
membranes, this influences
all inflammatory diseases in
our body.
Dont ever forget to look
at periodontal disease as an
important source of inflamma-
tion in reference to cardiovas-
cular disease, said Marc Penn,
M.D., Ph.D., at a recent heart
symposium for cardiologists at
the Cleveland clinic. One of
the reasons heart attacks are
not being prevented is because
health care providers are not
recognizing the link between
cardiovascular disease and
oral-systemic health, he said.
Lloyd Rudy, M.D. con-
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ential cardiovascular surgeons
in cardiology compares the
bodys inflammatory response
to infection to a house fire.
Inflammation is the fire.
When blood vessel walls
around the heart catch fire,
we have heart attacks and
strokes. Think of the body as a
house and the mouth as the
kitchen. When we have gum
disease, we have fire in our
kitchen that may burn the
house down.
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body inflammatory diseases
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inflammation, including car-
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athing suit season is on
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Fair-skinned people
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this area.
Short legs: High-cut leg
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Small bust: Select a bikini
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cups, ruffles or a tie-front to
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bathing suits won't keep the
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Pear shape: Emphasize the
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the bottom with a dark shade.
Short torso: Select a two-
piece suit that draws attention
to the chest and shoulders and
a bottom that sits lower on the
hips to elongate the torso.
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the stated roll-up percentage,
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withdrawals begin. Suze neg-
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for negative markets during
the accumulation phase of
ones retirement monies, but,
more importantly, through-
out their retirement income
systematic withdrawal years!
Consider what effect the
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2008 or 2000-2001-2002
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folio if you were withdrawing
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the same and must be studied
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persons particular situation,
are, in this columnists opin-
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involving the risks inherent
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that were unprotected by a
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annually. But, consider the
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account value declines to
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cratching is a normal,
inborn behavior of
cats. Cats scratch and
stretch on various things for
two main reasons. The most
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their claws. Scratching can
also serve another lesser
known purpose. Cats have
sweat/scent glands on their
paws, so when they scratch
on items such as furniture or
posts, cats are leaving their
scent behind as a way to
mark their territory. The
scratching also leaves a visual
marker of territory. They
often return to these objects
that have their scent to
spread it again and it appears
that they have 'favorite'
places to scratch. Cats may
also scratch simply to stretch
their muscles.
Knowing why cats like
to scratch household items is
half the battle in preventing
slashed drapes, scratched
sofas, and ripped up carpets.
We can use this information
to our advantage and try to
get a cat to not scratch our
furniture and instead only use
approved scratching posts. In
general, proper training, to
scratch appropriate surfaces,
combined with frequent nail
care, can prevent damage in
the home.
The name of the game
is to provide options. You
cannot prevent your cat from
scratching, but you can train
them to scratch only in cer-
tain approved areas. A type
of scratching post will give
your cat the alternative place
to scratch. Cats scratch most
frequently right after waking
so it is critical that the
scratching post is convenient
to where they spend much of
their time, such as windows
or sleeping areas, or where
they are currently preferring
to scratch.
Many cats seem to prefer
vertical scratching posts,
although some prefer hori-
zontal posts. Vertical posts
must be sturdy and should be
tall enough for the cat to be
fully stretched and not reach
higher than the top.
Horizontal corrugated scrat-
ching pads are favorites for
cats as well. Scratching post
materials come in a wide
variety and some cats will
prefer one over another.
Therefore if your cat pays no
attention to the post, don't
give up; try other materials.
These materials can be wood,
sisal rope, rough fabric or
even carpet.
Training to use scratch-
ing posts is most effective
when your cat is first intro-
duced to the home. This is
done by enticing the cat to
the scratching post upon
awakening, rubbing catnip
on the post (or even easier is
catnip spray), and using
treats or toys part-way up the
post to encourage stretching
and scratching. Positive rein-
forcement, praise and
rewards should be given at
each step.
If your cat is already
scratching the furniture or
curtains, first try to find out
whether your cat prefers ver-
tical or horizontal objects
and their material preference
and provide these options.
We also want to discourage
use of unapproved areas. A
common method is to use a
water gun or squirt bottle. It
is important that the cat
doesn't think it is you spray-
ing them. They need to asso-
ciate the undesirable squirt of
water with the inappropriate
item they're scratching. You
can also place double-sided
tape on or plastic runners
upside down (so the 'nubby'
side is up) around inappropri-
ate areas. It is also important
to remove the cat's scent
with an enzyme cleaner.
With any correction try to
direct the cat to the post or
approved scratching surface
and reward its use.
Routine nail care is very
important to decrease the
desire to scratch often.
The tips of your cat's
nails should be trimmed every
one or two weeks. Introduce
nail trimming as part of rou-
tine handling to kittens so it
will be well tolerat-
ed as an adult cat.
Another option to
prevent household
damage is plastic
nail caps. These
usually need to be
applied every 4-6
weeks. With prac-
tice, they can be
easy to apply if your cat will
allow the handling of their
paws in such a way: after a nail
trim, fill the cap about a third
of the way with adhesive, and
fit the cap over the nail.
Declawing is a highly
controversial way to prevent
unwanted scratching in the
home. Declawing involves
amputation of the end of the
digit at the distal phalangeal
joint. That is equivalent to
removing the tip of your fin-
ger at the joint just before the
nail. Declawing is controver-
sial because it can cause a
great deal of pain and may not
be a necessary surgery. Cats
that are declawed must
remain indoors only for their
lifetime because some of their
defenses have been taken
away. It is recommended that
the procedure be avoided if at
all possible but if you find that
it is necessary to declaw con-
sult with your veterinarian for
options and behavioral
advice.
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owner of the Pequannock Ani-
mal Hospital. He grew up in
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id you know that
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Choose the right appliances
Appliances in your home as
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watt hours (kwh) each month.
Kwh is measured by multiply-
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usage. Here are some examples
of common appliances in the
home and how much energy
they consume in one hour,
courtesy of Bright Hub.
Electric clothes dryer:
6,000 watts
Washing machine: 425 watts
Refrigerator : 188 watts
Dishwasher: 200 watts
Central AC: 6,000 watts
Window AC: 1,300 watts
Flat screen TV: 150 watts
LCD TV: 213 watts
Vacuum: 1,100 watts
Freezer: 273 watts
Water heater: 473 watts
Toaster oven: 1,200 watts
Coffeemaker: 1,200 watts
Desktop computer: 95 watts
DVD player: 25 watts
Cable box: 20 watts
Laptop: 50 watts
Selecting energy-efficient
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conservative manner can
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cost of your monthly utility
bill. Try to run high-wattage
appliances during the evening
or early-morning hours when
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energy your home consumes
and evaluate what measures
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home more energy efficient.
If you prefer to do an energy
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home where there may be air
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energy. First, turn off any com-
bustible appliances, such as
water heaters and furnaces.
Make sure the windows are
closed, then turn on exhaust
fans in the bathroom and
kitchen to suck the air out of
the rooms. Feel around outlets,
doors, windows, baseboards,
fireplaces, and attic hatches
for any apparent leaks. Use a
stick of incense to easily see
the flow of air in the incense
smoke.
If any leaks are found,
address each one. This gener-
ally involves recaulking or
sealing around points of entry.
The DOE says the potential
energy savings from reducing
drafts in a home may range
from 5 percent to 30 percent
per year.
Additional steps
There are other steps you can
take to make a home more
efficient.
Install solar panels to draw
power from the sun.
Plant deciduous trees or bush-
es on the south- and west-fac-
ing areas of the home. The
leaves will shade the home dur-
ing the summer months and
fall off to allow sunshine in dur-
ing the winter months.
Plant bushes by the front
door to act as a wind buffer.
Use skylights to add light
and warmth from the sun to
the home.
Think about using motion-
activated lights in the home.
Install a new programmable
thermostat.
Check the insulation in
attics and basements and
install new if the insulation
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efficient.
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by making easy adjustments
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t can be sobering to real-
ize that beach and pool
season is right around the
corner. Maybe that diet you
hoped to go on got stuck in
neutral.
What can you do now?
The prospect of days
spent in the sun without the
security of a bulky sweater or
baggy pants to cover up bel-
lies and bulges often inspires
people to reassess their fit-
ness goals in an effort to lose
weight. There are some right
and wrong ways to shed a few
pounds, and here are some
guidelines to get you started.
Crash diets: Nutritionists
have long noted that crash
diets can be unhealthy and
ineffective with regards to
long-term weight loss. But
new research disputes those
claims. A recent study from
Tufts University found that a
slow-and-steady diet is only
successful for the very few
who are not sidetracked by
rich foods or other common
food challenges in daily life.
In fact, they confirm that, if
done correctly with a
healthy, calorie-cutting,
food-based diet, fad diets can
produce quick and lasting
success. Clinical experience
shows that somebody with a
serious commitment to
weight loss can lose up to 20
pounds and two to three
dress sizes in two months.
This is not to say you
should sustain yourself on
grapefruits or cabbage soup.
Weight loss that results from
such diets is more water
weight than fat. Reducing
portion sizes and caloric
intake could provide a
metabolism boost.
Exercise: Being active is
usually conducive to losing
weight. But the right exercis-
es are also key. Heavy manu-
al labor may not be the best
route to take, as building
muscle could also increase
overall weight and add bulk
to the body. Cardiovascular
and light toning exercises
can help many people
achieve their weight-loss
goals more quickly than diet-
ing alone.
Many people find the
warm weather naturally
inspires them to be more
active. Make the most of the
beautiful weather by getting
off the couch and going out-
side for a walk or a jog.
Indulge in good
foods.
Filling up on foods
that help your body
realize it is full can
help with weight loss.
These include foods
that are high in fiber
and protein. Choose
non-starch vegetables
like broccoli and
cauliflower, which
are high in fiber.
Chickpeas and other
legumes will also fill
you up fast. Snack on
berries and apples,
which are filling and
also a good source of
fiber. Look for whole-
grain breads, which
are more substantial
than overly processed
breads.
Set reasonable goals.
Research from Tufts indicates
that it is a physiological fact
that the human body can
only lose a maximum of three
pounds of actual fat a week.
Other weight loss is often an
emptying of the intestinal
system and water loss.
Starvation is not a
healthy way to lose
weight, as it actually
depletes muscles while
taxing the cardiovascular
system. Therefore, plan
how much you want to
lose and then divide that
number by three. Then
you'll have an accurate
measurement on how
many weeks it will take to
lose the weight with
aggressive dieting. If you
want to lose 30 pounds, it
could take 10 weeks to
achieve that goal.
Even a small amount of
weight loss can result in
marked improvement in
how you look and feel,
especially when sporting a
swimsuit. Personal health
should always take prece-
dence over losing weight to
improve your appearance.
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Okinawan Goju-Ryu Karate
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Japan. Testing and award cere-
mony were held at the organi-
zations headquarters on 306
Wanaque Avenue in Pompton
Lakes. Black belt members of
Portas Karate and Kobudo
Academy have been invited to
participate in the upcoming
World Wide Karate Festival
and Exhibition to be held in
Okinawa, Japan later this year.
Black belt award recipients
pictured left to right are Isaac
Van Dyke 1st degree, Sensei
Porta, chief instructor, Neil
Lipper 4th degree, Thomas
Martone 3rd degree and Kevin
Sickles 3rd degree. Portas
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karate.org 973-845-5473.
This summer the Packanack
Community Church will offer
a musical theater camp featur-
ing The Wizard of Oz for
ages 7-14, weekdays 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. from June 21 through July
5. Two performances will take
place July 6 at 5 p.m. and 6:45
p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults
and $5 for children. The camp
fee is $350 and includes cos-
tuming, camp shirt, materials
to make sets and props, and
professional leadership by Sue
Walko, Karen Milligan, and
Chris Titko.
The drama ministry's
sixth summer musical will be
Oliver. It will rehearse two
to three weekday evenings in
June and July. More rehearsals
will occur closer to the per-
formances. Oliver! will be
performed over two weekends,
Aug. 3-12. Ages 7-90 are wel-
comed! Participants are asked
to sell tickets and ads to help
defray the costs of producing
the show.
Auditions for both the
camp and the show will be
Monday, May 14 or Tuesday,
May 15. Ages 7-14 should plan
to be at the church from 6-7
p.m. for a group audition.
Please be on time and plan to
stay the whole audition period.
You will sing songs from
Oliver and The Wizard of
Oz, read lines, and learn some
dance steps. Ages 15 and
above should come from 7-8
p.m. for group auditions. You
will sing songs from Oliver,
read from the script, and learn
a short dance routine. An
audition prep class will be on
May 6 from 2-3 p.m. for youth
and 3-4 p.m. for adults. The
public is encouraged to get
involved in this unique and
fun opportunity. We are also
looking for technical and
backstage assistance. More
information and registration
forms are available at
www.packanack.com. You can
also call the Packanack
Community Church at 973-
694-0608.
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 1 p.m. in the PAL
Building, 1 PAL Drive in
Wayne. Coffee is served after
each regular meeting and
members enjoy an afternoon
of fellowship. 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 resident of at
least 50 years of age. Yearly
dues are $7. For more informa-
tion, 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 perform for
your dancing and listening
pleasure on the third Tuesday
of each month. Requested
donation is $2 from members
of the Wayne Elks Lodge and
members of the Wayne Adult
Community Center. For all
others, requested donation is
$3. Light refreshments will be
served. Performances will take
place from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30
p.m. at the Wayne Elks Lodge,
50 Hinchman Ave. For more
information, call 973-633-
0734.
The Annual Membership
Drive for the Friends of the
Wayne Public Library is now
underway. Current members
are asked to renew their mem-
bership for 2012. New mem-
bers are always welcomed;
membership forms are avail-
able at the main library (461
Valley Road) and at the
Preakness branch (1006
Hamburg Tpke). Members of
the Friends serve as volunteers
in the Friends Room, help
with the Lunchbox Learning
programs, and help sort dona-
tions of used books that are
sold by the Friends to benefit
the library. Visit the Friends
Room at the main library,
located on the right after you
enter. A large selection of used
media is available at bargain
prices, including novels, chil-
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In Remembrance this Memorial Day
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\e proudly
salute the brae
men and women
who hae sered
and made the
ultimate sacriice
or their country.
\ith courage
and coniction,
these heroes
hae protected
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the generations,
and we are
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On Memorial
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soldiers. \e pray
or their amilies,
and we honor
their memories
with gratitude and
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dren's books, non-fiction,
biography, cookbooks, col-
lectibles, vintage books,
records, and magazines. Be a
part of your library join the
Friends. For more information,
call 973-694-4272 ext. 5405.
Visiting Angels of Wayne in
association with the
Alzheimers Foundation of
America is offering free and
confidential year-round mem-
ory screenings. The screenings
are available on the third
Wednesday of each month
from 2:00pm to 4:00pm by
appointment only. The screen-
ings are held at the Visiting
Angels office located at 2190
Hamburg Turnpike in Wayne.
Visiting Angels is a senior
homecare agency that helps
seniors remain comfortably at
home through joyful compan-
ionship and a commitment to
professional services such as
hygiene, light housekeeping,
errands, and meal preparation.
For more information or to
make an appointment for a
screening, call (973)839-3761.
The Riverview Garden Club
in Wayne encourages local
area residents who are inter-
ested in gardening and in
expanding their botanical
knowledge to become club
members. Novice and experi-
enced gardeners are wel-
comed. Monthly meetings fea-
ture educational lectures by
experts on a variety of garden-
ing and nature related topics,
and excursions to various
botanical venues are sched-
uled throughout the year. Club
members can also participate
in demonstrations and hands-
on projects that involve creat-
ing floral, landscape, and
nature related items. The
Riverview Garden Club main-
tains several public gardens in
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the Wayne area; this provides
club members with the oppor-
tunity to improve their gar-
dening skills by being involved
with projects that beautify the
local community. Join now to
allow your gardening knowl-
edge and friendships blossom.
For more information, call
our membership chairperson
Judy Sherpa at 973-838-8005,
send an e-mail to
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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 Wayne.
The Meals on Wheels
Program provides hot, nutri-
tious kosher meals to people
age 60 and over, or those
younger who have a disability
and who are unable to cook or
shop. Volunteer drivers bring
needed meals and offer smiles,
greetings, and personal con-
tact to the elderly, many of
whom seldom get out. Drivers
are needed to deliver meals
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 additional 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
T
he milestone of rid-
ing a bike is a big one
for kids and their par-
ents. With new equipment,
toddlers can reach that two-
wheeled milestone earlier
than ever and enjoy many
sidewalks and bike paths
together.
According to experts,
children 12-to-18 months are
not bicycle-ready, as they
lack pedaling skills and their
neck muscle strength is insuf-
ficient to allow them to sup-
port the weight of a helmet
and to endure riding on
rougher terrain. Instead,
children in this age group
can build their strength and
balance by using items such
as rocking horses.
Trailers are a sound
alternative for bringing the
baby along. They are light-
weight, sturdy and roomy
enough for additional items.
Parents are advised to make
sure the trailer is equipped
with a tall flag alerting traffic
to its presence. If the trailer's
bulky size is daunting, you
can opt for a mounted seat
instead.
Once a child reaches 18
months, mounted bike seats
are sleek, easy to install, and
give parents another way to
ride a bike with a baby.
However, when dismounting,
keeping the bike upright can
be difficult, experts say.
Though front-mounted seats
offer better balance, they can
interfere with the rider's abil-
ity to pedal and steer, so it is
recommended to test out
both seats before choosing.
Once a toddler wants
his own set of wheels, ride-
ons and tricycles will help
him or her get used to bike
riding and will help improve
coordination and learn bal-
ance. If your child exhibits
signs of pedaling and steering
abilities, it may be time to
graduate to a two-wheeled
bike and without the need
for training wheels.
Nowadays, kids transi-
tion straight to balance bikes,
two-wheeled bikes without
pedals. This concept has par-
ents very pleased by how
quickly their little kids learn
to ride a real bike. Erin
Ruddy, the editor-in-chief of
What's UP! magazine, put her
three-year-old son on a bal-
ance bike and said she was
amazed to see him riding with
the rest of the family almost
immediately.
It is incredible, says Ruddy.
We now go on bike rides as a
family. He picked it up right
away.
One example is the
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chains and pedals, it has a
sleek design and helps build
bike riding confidence at an
early stage. PlaSmart tells us
no matter which model par-
ents choose, they will be able
to enjoy watching their child
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Lighting designers must have
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need for their health, safety
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People are attracted to
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Brightness focuses personal
attention on a particular
object or area.
To create a more pleasant
atmosphere, use wall lighting
instead of overhead lighting
in a space.
In public spaces or areas
where individuals need to be
alert, overhead lighting is the
best option.
Dim lighting is best for
rooms in which relaxation is
desired. That is why table
lamps are often used with a
shade to diffuse the light.
Homes typically need a
combination of lighting
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paired with ambient light and
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themed parties, or add a theme
to your pool party. Theme par-
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week. Pool parties are avail-
able Fridays, Saturdays, and
Sundays. You can also book
the entire club for your own
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Pompton Plains. Contact Spa
23s program director, Laura
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View more information online
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An open invitation is
extended to all seniors in the
area to join the Golden Key of
Wayne. Dont get housebound
come play bingo, dominoes,
and card games with some
friendly seniors. Enjoy fellow-
ship, fun, holiday parties, and
trips. The Golden Key Club
meets every Friday afternoon
from 1-3 p.m. at the Post 174
American Legion building, 55
Mountain View Blvd. in
Wayne. For more information,
please call Annette Ford at
973-628-0492.
Mothers & More is a not-for-
profit group for both stay-at-
home and working moms. It
features monthly meetings,
playgroups, mom-and-tot out-
ings, mom-night-outs, and
much more. Members are from
Wayne and all surrounding
towns. Monthly meetings are
on the first Monday of each
month (unless a holiday) at
7:30 p.m. at Our Savior
Lutheran Church, 670
Newark Pompton Tpke. in
Pompton Plains. Prospective
members are always wel-
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call 877-221-1581 or e-mail
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The MOMS Club of Wayne
is currently looking for new
members. We are part of an
international support group for
mothers who stay home with
their children, including those
who have home-based busi-
nesses or who work part-time
but are home with their chil-
blinds open wide, especially
those that face west and
south. Bedrooms with win-
dows facing the east may
help people rise with the sun.
Skylights can help light
shine indoors when the sun is
directly overhead. There are
also sun tubes that help
direct sunlight into rooms
under an attic where tradi-
tional skylights cannot be
installed.
Remember, bright light
can energize a person, so it is
important to wind down
from a long day by dimming
the lights and preparing for
sleep in the evening.
Individuals often take
light for granted and only
realize something is off kilter
when their homes are not
adequately lit. There are dif-
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Temple Beth Tikvah, 950
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A light breakfast follows the
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year, consider the
following tips to
make your Memorial
Day barbecue safe
and memorable.
Safely locate
the grill. Before any
guests arrive or any
fires are lit, make
sure the grill is safely located
on flat ground. Ideally, the grill
should not be on the grass and
should be away from trees or
shrubs and any flammable
materials. If you need lighter
fluid to start a fire, promptly
put it back in storage away
from the grill once the fire has
been lit.
Clean the grill. Memorial
Day marks the opening of
grilling season for many grill
masters. Make sure the grill
has been thoroughly cleaned
and that there are no leftover
ashes from last season clogging
the vents. Even if you thor-
oughly cleaned the grill at the
end of last season, give it a
once-over with a soapy sponge
at the start of the season to
clean any cobwebs or dirt and
grime that might have accu-
mulated over the winter.
Stock up on charcoal.
Falling short in the
charcoal department is a
backyard barbecue faux
pas that can bring the
festivities to a halt.
Because the weather in
late May can sometimes
be unpredictable, make
sure you have extra
charcoal on hand
should strong winds or
colder temperatures
make it difficult to build
a strong fire.
Spice things up.
Why not use this years
Memorial Day barbecue
to add a little extra fla-
vor to traditional barbe-
cue fare? Soak some
dried herbs like rose-
mary, bay leaves or
oregano in water and
add them to the grill. These
flavorful herbs will make the
food taste better and the bar-
becue will likely emit a more
pleasant fragrance as well.
Prepare foods for guests of
varying palates. Vegetarians
and vegans love a good back-
yard barbecue just as much as
their carnivorous friends and
family members. Cook some
vegetable kabobs and prepare
some salads for guests who
dont eat meat. Consider pur-
chasing a smaller grill for veg-
gies only, as vegetarians and
vegans might not prefer to eat
kabobs grilled on the same
grill as meat.
Keep the forks in the
utensil drawer. Never use a
fork to do a spatulas job.
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a fork allows the juices that
make grilled foods so delicious
to escape, resulting in drier fare
thats not nearly as flavorful.
Use a spatula or tongs to flip
foods, including burgers,
steaks, chicken, and even hot
dogs.
Make sure foods have
completely defrosted before
placing them on the grill.
When cold meat is placed on
the grill, it reduces the grills
temperature and prevents
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WISHING YOU A BLESSED PENTECOST/SHAVUOT
Rita Liberatore
Day of Pentecost: The Holy Spirit came upon the disciples, bringing great power, conviction and courage to them. Acts 2:1-24
Feast of Shavuot: Celebration oI the wheat Harvest at which two loaves oI leavened bread, Irom the new grain were oIIered up to God. Lev. 23:12-20
C|d 1estament: kevea|ed |n New 1estament
Boaz a Jew meets Ruth a Gentile. The marriage of Ruth and Boaz, the great grandparents of King
David, the royal lineage of Jesus Christ. Foreshadow of: Jesus takes His bride, the church home to a seven
year marriage supper of The Lamb. Jews and Gentiles becoming one flesh and God in the center. The Trinity:
Jesus said, I am in my Father, and you in Me, and I in you. John 14:20 Jesus is in God, born again
Jews and Gentiles are in Jesus, and Jesus is in us = The Trinity!
Feast of Tabernacle: The Israelites lived in Booths for seven days
in remembrance of how God had been their provider. This feast was
also a time for the Israelites to give thanks in which they acknowl-
edge the Fall harvest and Gods provision for them. It is a happy
celebration and a time of joy and rejoicing. Lev:23:42-43
Foreshadow of: Christians caught up into temporary dwellings
during seven year tribulation here on earth.
New Testament Feast of Pentecost: Pouring out of the Holy
Spirit on the 120 disciples gathered in the Upper room. The same
day there were added three thousand believers.
The Trumpet of God! The Rapture of the Christians prior to the wrath of God!
Jesus Weeps: When the Lord Jesus approached the city He wept over it because they, the Jews, did not recognize
the time of their visitation. Luke 19:41-44
Jesus said: "For ! am the way, and the truth, and the life: no one comes to the Father; but through Ne."
God Weeps: Isaiah 63:9 "!n all their afflictions, He was afflicted." Yes, when man suffers God suffers.
Isaiah 22:4-5 Turn your eyes away from Ne. Let Ne weep bitterly, do not comfort me concerning the destruction of
the daughter of my people. Jer.S:1S-22, Jer.9:1, Jer.13:17
John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that he gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him
should not perish, but have eternal life."
Ior God who has not dest|ned us for wrath, but for obta|n|ng sa|vat|on through our Lord Iesus Chr|st.
New 1estament: n|dden |n C|d 1estament
Old Testament Feast of Shavuot
The ten commandments and or two tablets of the law God gave to the
people of Israel through Moses.
The Nation of Israel is Born!
Two leavened "Wave-Loaves of bread," foreshadow of:
Uniting of Jewish believers and Gentile believers, into one body.
The church of Jesus Christ is Born! He is our shelter and our refuge
in the time of storm.
For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice
of an archangel and with the Shofar, trumpet of God. 1 Thess. 4:16-17
The dead in Christ will rise first! And we who are alive,
shall be caught up with them in a cloud.
Seven days of the wedd|ng fesnv|nes. 1he Church (br|de of Chr|st) w||| be h|dden from the s|ght of those ||v|ng on earth
wh||e the seven year tr|bu|anon per|od |s tak|ng p|ace here on earth. Isa|ah 26:20-21
1he Marr|age Supper of the Lamb 1o n|s 8r|de
1he SplrlL and Lhe brlde say, "Come!" And leL hlm
who hears say, "Come!" And leL Lhe one who ls
LhlrsLy, "Come!" Lhrough Pls preclous 8lood, And
leL hlm Lake Lhe free gl of Lhe waLer of llfe." kev.
22:17 "8|essed are those who are |nv|ted to the
marr|age supper of the Lamb." kev 19:S
In My Iather's nouse are many Dwe|||ng |aces.
lor l go Lo prepare a place for you. And lf l go and prepare
a place for you, l wlll come agaln and recelve you Lo Myself,
LhaL where l am, Lhere you may be also.
ara||e| to: Ieast of 1abernac|e and a Iew|sh Wedd|ng
lor ln Lhe ume of Lrouble he shall hlde me ln hls pavlllon,
ln Lhe secreL of hls 1A8L8nACLL shall he hlde me, s. 27:S
1he Mess|ah, 8r|degroom un|nng w|th n|s Church the br|de
1he church does noL know Lhe exacL day or ume of ChrlsL
comlng for her. 1he groom's, (ChrlsL) arrlval would be
proceeded by a shouL. 1he angel, Cabrlel, wlll blow Lhe LrumpeL
of Cod, and ?eshua/!esus wlll come llke Lhlef ln Lhe nlghL Lo
snaLch away Pls 8rlde. Chr|st g|ves us the parab|e of n|s com|ng
s|m||ar to ten v|rg|ns wa|nng for the|r br|degroom. llve of Lhem
were wlse, and ve were foollsh. Mau. 2S:1-13
Jesus left His Fathers house in heaven and came to earth to obtain His bride, The Church. The Messiah is the bridegroom. The Father approves the choice. Jesus established an eternal covenant through His precious blood. The day of
Pentecost, in the upper room, Jesus sealed His bride /church with the engagement ring. The Holy Spirit Acts 2:1-4 As a symbol of the covenant relationship, the groom and the bride would drink from a cup of wine.
The Last Supper Mathew 26:27-29 After His resurrection Jesus left earth to return to His Fathers house in heaven. Jesus said: "Let not your heart be troubled; In My Fathers house are many mansions; I go to prepare a place for
you. And I will come again and receive you to Myself; John 14:1-4
The Signs of the Time Reveal the Coming of the Lord!
Just as it occurred in the days of Noah, they were eating, they were drinking, and they were marrying until that day when Noah entered into the ark, shut the door, and the flood arrived and THEY WERE ALL DESTROYED. Likewise just
as it occurred in the days of Lot, they were eating, they were drinking, they were buying, they were selling,but on the day that Lot came out of Sodom it rained fire and sulfur from heaven and DESTROYED THEM ALL. The same
way it will be on that day when the son of man, Jesus Christ, is to be revealed. Luke 17:26-31
Question: What must I do to be saved? Repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit, and you will be saved. Acts 2:38, 16:30-31
Jesus said: "Let not your heart be troubled; you believe in God, believe also in Me. For I am the way, and the truth, and the life: no one comes to the Father; but through Me.
Eternity is a long time, and this life is very short. If you were to die today do you know where youre going?
The Church of Jesus Christ is Born!
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2.5Bth Split w/HW flrs, fin bsmt & fantastic large
deck overlooking IG pool. WYN0364
Wayne 973-694-8000
WAYNE $699,000
PointView 5BR,3Bth Custom Col on cul-de-
sac w/Brazilian HWS,FamRm/Mbl fpl.Euro
Kit/Granite,huge MBR/Mbth,41'Deck+MORE!
WYN0172
Wayne 973-694-8000
WAYNE $999,900
Custom 6BR,4Bth Tudor Estate w/Grmt Kit/Bkf-
stRm,3 fplcs, GreatRm,FamRm,4 SeasonRm+wo
LL. Elegance, Charm&Quality! WYN0363
Wayne 973-694-8000
WAYNE $569,900
4br,2.5bTH BlkOak Col W/updtd
Bths,KIT/DA/Skylite,nwr roof,siding,wdws.So-
larium/Hot Tub, fin. bsmt+2Gar on dead end
st. WYN0853
Wayne 973-694-8000
WAYNE $525,000
Lg Pointview Estates 4BR,2.5Bth Colonial
w/FDR,Kitchen/DA,extra rm off Kit-can be
ofc/Den. Lg deck overlooking level yd. WYN0346
Wayne 973-694-8000
BUTLER $895,000
Totally renovated Victorian/4BRS/4.1BTHS/3C.
Gar./5FPS/fin.Attic & Bsmt. KIN5838
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
GREEN POND $575,000
Lakefront-3BR/2BA Lakestyle/ H/W flrs/2 sided
FP/updated Kit & Bths/2C.Gar. KIN5963
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
GREEN POND $449,000
Green Pond-Grt oppor. 3BR 1.1BA
Lakestyle/Lkfrt/home feat stone FP/H/W
Flrs/2+C Gar./priv dock. KIN5960
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
KINNELON $1,250,000
Smoke Rise-5BR/4.1BA/new Kit./W/D LL/
W/IG Pool/flat Yd/Wd Flrs/SS Appl/4FPS,
Spect.views. KIN5812
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-8400
KINNELON $1,998,000
Smoke Rise-Highest standard of quality/work-
manship/ attention to detail. A visual feast. Truly
a work of art. KIN2048
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-8400
BEACH HAVEN GARDENS
$2,695,000
Ocean elegance on LBI-3 level 5BR,4.5Bth Cus-
tom home w/open floor plan, elev. 2MBR Stes +
MORE! lg rooftop deck. WYN0701
Wayne 973-694-8000
KINNELON $599,000
Smoke Rise-Delightful 12RM 5BR 3.1BA ex-
panded Ranch on a cul-de-sac w/pool & fin.
W/O LL. KIN2273
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-8400
MONTVILLE $599,000
Spacious 3BR 2.1BA Split/remodeled
Kit/C/A/C/Vac/2C Gar/easy access to NY
transp. KIN5967
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
JEFFERSON $389,000
The Fairways-Pristine End Unit boasts great
views of the Golf Course., 1st Flr.Mstr. Artist's
Studio on 2nd Flr. KIN5876
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
JEFFERSON $439,900
Beautiful 4BR/2.1BA Col. features H/W Flrs/up-
dated EIK/SS Appl./FP/Skyklight in FR/Trex
Deck/2C Gar. KIN5929
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
KINNELON $869,900
Smoke Rise-Fabulous cust. 5BR Est.offers clas-
sic elegance/ spacious living space w/extended
living space on both levels. KIN5931
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-8400
BLOOMINGDALE $550,000
Glenwild Lk-Gorgeous 5BR/3BA Lakefront/lge
Kit/SS Appl/granite countertops/FP/priv.dock.
KIN5878
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
WAYNE $439,500
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nwr Granite/Ctr Isle Kit, bright BrfstRm,MBR/full
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Wayne 973-694-8000
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announce the creation of the
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years of industry experience,
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Ackerman, Marlene Hamway,
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ise for homebuyers and sellers.
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including the high-end luxury
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stands that the real estate mar-
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with it. They focus on offering
top-notch customer service,
utilizing Coldwell Bankers
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share a belief that pricing is
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8000. The office is located
at 1410 Valley Road. Area list-
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MARIA FERRITO
973-986-6914 Cell
maria.ferrito@century21.com
NJAR MILLION DOLLAR
SALES CLUB 2001
NJ CIRCLE OF EXCELLENCE
2002-2011
Consistent
TOP PRODUCER
in the WAYNE area.
GEMINI LLC ReaIty 973-696-1111x131
197 Berdan Ave., Wayne, NJ
Townhome Specialist
Relocation Agent
Call
MARIA FERRITO
for CURRENT MARKET
VALUE OF YOUR HOME
WAYNE GRANDOVER POINTE
3BRS, 2 1/2 Baths,
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Wayne Office #1 Listing Agent
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Michelle Volpe, Sales Associate
(973) 610-2526 Cell
michelle.volpecbmoves.com
RESIDENTIAL BROKERAGE
REGIONAL MARKETING CENTER
1410 Valley Rd. Wayne
(973) 694-8000 ext 137
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An Equal Opportunity Company. Equal Housing Opportunity. Owned and Operated by NRT LLC.
RESIDENTIAL BROKERAGE
REALTOR
1410 Valley Rd., Wayne, N1 07470
973-694-8000 Office
973-633-6829 Fax
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Manager
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991 Hamburg Turnpike Wayne, NJ 07470
Call Me for a FREE Market Analysis of your home.
I will bring you RESULTS in getting your home SOLD!
Full finished walk out basement with full bath and
separate Jacuzzi,vaulted ceilings in LR & DR, Gour-
met granite kitchen with huge center island . 4
Cedar closets, gleaming hard wood floors multi-
tiered deck to parklike property. I.G. Heated Pool
with waterfalls, professionally landscaped grounds,
koi pond. Lake offers beaches, parks, tennis, ball
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Dr. Kassir discusses
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