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Feb 29, 2024

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Start Your Success This Spring
At Passaic County Community College

Classes Start January 20 and February 10 Success starts at Passaic County Community College (PCCC) where students enjoy affordable tuition, financial aid, four convenient campuses, and over 70 degree and certificate programs in some of today’s fastest growing job fields. In photo: Baranowski and Class – PCCC’s STEM program offers enriched learning opportunities in the fields of science, technology, engineering …

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Polish-American Actress Stars
Opposite Julia Montgomery In “Appetence”

New York, New York, January 7, 2016 – Polish-American actress Anna Lakomy stars opposite Julia Montgomery (One Life to Live, Revenge of the Nerds) in an edgy sci-fi short, “Appetence.” The film is about a loving, but manipulative stage mom (Montgomery) who convinces her idealistic and ambitious starlet daughter (Lakomy) to “stop eating to save the world” and ignites the …

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Clifton Cares Needs Donations

CLIFTON, NJ – Our packing night in December has our cupboard bare!! We need supplies so we can meet again in February and show our appreciation to these fine young men and women serving in foreign lands. The Clifton Cares Volunteers would like for you, on your next grocery trip, to add some cookies, candy, ice tea mix to your …

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A Junior’s Journey

As a student-athlete living in Miami, Florida, the experiences that I have had throughout my preparatory high school career have been priceless. I have been afforded a strong foundational education that has prepared me for the future. Each step of the way has included hands-on learning opportunities in the classroom and on the field. From sitting in on local Chamber …

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Don’t Commercialize Liberty State Park

NEW JERSEY – Liberty State Park is unique in the state park system: a huge “green oasis” amid the offices and industry of the urban Hudson River waterfront, with sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Well-loved public parks like Liberty are the mark of a civilized society and add enormous economic and environmental …

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Steven’s January Forecast

Aries – The house that governs employment, career and your public image will be occupied by the Sun, Pluto and Mercury. This is a powerful combination of Star power that is bound to provide you with employment choices. Meeting with VIP’s and employment counselors are recommended after the 26th when Mercury goes direct – Good timing to initiate a work …

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What 2016 Has In Store For You….

Dear Friends, May this year bring all that you wish and hope for. Remember your loved ones on the 1st day of the year and mend all fences that have been torn down because of a failure to communicate. For the less fortunate help them in their hour of need. Begin with those who are close to you and in …

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A New Year and A New Beginning

The New Year is a time of resolutions.  It’s a time when people commit to making a change in their life.  Losing weight, changing jobs, saving money, making money, a new relationship, getting in shape, going back to school, or giving up smoking, are just some of the goals people set for themselves on January 1st. Although it’s possible for anyone to …

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Former U.S. Secretary of Defense
Chuck Hagel Speaker At APAC Conference

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Politics, Polonia and Poland Mix Emphasized. The American Polish Advisory Council (APAC) held its annual conference here downtown on October 10, 2015 at The Atlantic Council. APAC President Edward Rowny (U.S. Army Lieutenant General and Ambassador, both retired), Executive Director Darek Barcikowski and Political Director Agnes Marczak organized the event. “Polish Americans and their institutions must speak …

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