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all is a great time to enjoy the


great outdoors. Beautiful fall
foliage coupled with great
weather compel many people to
spend ample time outdoors before
the arrival of harsh winter weather
drives them back indoors. The fol-
lowing are a handful of activities
that are tailor-made for fall.
Raking leaves: While raking
leaves might not jump out at you
as a great way to spend a nice fall
afternoon, families often find rak-
ing leaves together soon turns into
a fun day in the yard. Build leaf
piles and let the kids jump in, and
then do it again.
When raking, encourage
kids to collect some colorful leaves
and set them aside. Once the rak-
ing is done, you can then enjoy
making some homemade crafts
with the leaves you and your
youngsters just collected.
Apple picking: Perhaps no activ-
ity is more synonymous with fall
than apple picking. Many apple
orchards encourage customers to
come by and pick their own apples
in the fall. Once your family and
you have scoured the orchard for
the perfect apples, relax with a cup
of warm apple cider before return-
ing home to make some home-
made apple sauce and, of course, a
delicious apple pie.
Hayride: Hayrides are another
fall tradition, and many farms offer
relaxing hayrides throughout fall.
Younger children who may tire if
asked to patrol an apple orchard
for apples might find a hayride is
more their speed. Some farms may
even allow customers to walk the
grounds and visit the animals on
the premises.
Fun family activities tailor-made for autumn
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SEPT 19
Its time to join the best organization
around! Girl Scouts in Pompton Lakes
and Riverdale, grades K-12. Come to
the Pompton Lakes Reformed Church,
59 Hamburg Tpk on Saturday
September 14 from 9am-12pm and
Tuesday September 19 from 7-9pm to
register your girl(s) or just learn more
about this great opportunity. For more
information, email Paulette at letu-
na1@hotmail.com. See you there!
SEPT 21
Passaic County Freeholder candidates
Christian E. Barranco, Phil Weisbecker &
the Pompton Lakes Republican Club cor-
dially invite you to a Hometown
Republican Dinner. Enjoy a night of din-
ing and music. September 21 at 6pm,
held at the Pompton Lakes Elks Lodge
#1895 located on Perrin Avenue.
Keynote Speaker: Assemblyman Jay
Webber. Suggested donation $65.00.
Please make checks payable to
Barranco Campaign Fund or BCF. Send
to C. Barranco, 2 Maple St., Pompton
Lakes, NJ 07442. Or call 973-897-1873
for more information.
SEPT 25
The date and time for the Makeovers
for Interviews Program at Butler Public
Library has been changed to
Wednesday, September 25 from
6:308pm presented by Lynn Anne
Cutler, Mary Kay Independent Beauty
Consultant. Make your first impression
count. Participants will receive product
samples to take home, and the opportu-
nity for a follow-up consultation with
Independent Beauty Consultant Lynn
Anne Cutler. This free program is limited
to 10 participants - call 973-838-3262,
or stop by the Library to pre-
register. Butler Public Library is located
at 1 Ace Road, behind the municipal
building, on the internet at www.butler-
library.org,
SEPT 28
Family & Friends for Freedom Fund
presents a benefit at the RhinoTheatre,
247 Wanaque Ave, Pompton Lakes to
support our wounded soldiers. Showtime
Saturday, September 28 at 8pm. Ticket
donation $20.00. Gene Ferrari will once
again star in a Benefit for our Wounded
War Heroes. Genes classically elegant
style, both in performance and in attire,
begs comparison to such great singers as
Tom Jones, Engelbert and Neil Diamond.
They gave to us, now it is our turn to
give to them! Come out and support this
great event! Call Kathy Sturla at 973-
897-2237 for tickets. For more
information call 973-897-2237 or
www.injuredmarinesfund.org.
Around the
Community
True Vine Christian Center, located at
99 Two Bridges Road in Lincoln Park
offers a food pantry which is open every
second & fourth Wednesday of the
month. Remaining 2013 dates are as
follows: September 11 & 25, October 9
& 23, November 13 & 27, December 11
& 19 (this is the third Wednesday since
the forth is Christmas Day). The hours
are from 5:30-6:45pm. It is for families
that are in need.
Riverdale Public Library announces
September-October 2013 Programs for
children and teens. Story Times for
Infants and Pre-schoolers, programs
begin September 9 and end October 29.
Puppy Pals, Wednesday September 11
& October 9, from 4-5pm, Breakfast
Book Club Saturday September 21,
10:15-11:30am, Lego Lab,
Wednesday, September 25 & October
23, from 4-5pm, Teen Movie Night,
Wednesday, September 4 & October
2,from 5:30-7:45pm, Teen Book Club,
Wednesday, September 18 & October
16, 6-7pm Teen Crocheting Wednesday,
September 25 & October 23, 6-7pm
Registration required for all programs.
Please call 973-835-5044, go online at
www.riverdalelibrary.org, or email
riverdalelibrarykids@nac.net to regis-
ter or for more information.
The Unorthodox Wood Carving Club is
now excepting new members. We are a
small group of woodcarvers with inter-
ests in carving duck decoys, birds, and
all other types of wood carving designs.
Some power equipment available for
use. Please stop by Pompton Mill Works
2nd Floor 145 Ringwood Ave Wanaque
or call 973-934-6520 for more infor-
mation.
The Bloomingdale Friends of the
Library would like to welcome new
members/volunteers. If you are look-
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hat do these years
have in common:
1987, 1990, 1994,
2000, 2001, 2002 and 2008?
Not sure? Let me ask the
question a different way.
What did these years in the
stock market do to your
retirement portfolio? Were
you still working when the
markets crashed, corrected or
burned? Did you view this as
a momentary problem that
time would heal? Did you
view these years as buying
opportunities since the prices
were on sale by 10 percent
off or more? Did you take
advantage of the opportunity
and invest heavily, adding to
your temporarily discounted
retirement accounts? If not,
dont you wish you did?
For some investors,
crashes, corrections and
depressions are merely a
great time to buy and invest
more for gains yet to come.
For others, these negative
market events cause stress,
tension, anxiety and high
blood pressure. The deter-
mining factors of either an
opportunity or reason for
alarm boil down to just one
word: liquidity!
When we work, we gen-
erate capital, creating liquid-
ity. When we are retired, liq-
uidity is severely limited
or non-existent because
employer based bi-weekly
paychecks no longer come
in. In fact, crashes, correc-
tions, recessions, depressions
and inflation are devastating
to those on a fixed income
or portfolio-based income
stream. If you have surplus
capital, you look forward to
dips in the markets that gen-
erate buying opportunities. If
you have no surplus or are
living on the majority of
what your portfolio can safe-
ly produce, very little good
can come from falling mar-
kets whether they are
stocks, bonds, real estate,
precious metals or commodi-
ties because you cannot
afford to participate. To risk
further decline or erosion
could prove fatal!
An analysis of the dates
reveal the following: There
are 26 years between 1987
and 2013. The years chosen
in my opening paragraph rep-
resent the seven worst per-
forming years of the 26-year
span. That means 27 percent
of the 26 years were overtly
negative, and some people
have never recovered!
If you believe that the
stock or bond markets will
never experience a crash or
correction again, please dis-
continue reading this column
right now and dont waste
another minute of your time.
If you hold to the belief that
the markets comprising the
holdings in your retirement
portfolio may go into nega-
tive territory at any time,
exacerbated by the monthly
withdrawals that must con-
tinue to support you and your
spouse for the rest of your
life, please invest a few more
moments of your time read-
ing to the end, for your own
economic benefit.
Is your retirement port-
folio crash proof? In other
words, will your income
stream be uninterrupted if
the markets fell 40 percent in
a year? Would your level of
income be free from decline?
Would you be able to access
your portfolio in the event of
an emergency to grab a large
sum of capital on demand? If
you or your spouse entered a
nursing facility, would your
income be satisfactory to
handle the additional costs
while still being able to
maintain your household? Is
your portfolio designed to
pay you a stable income for
the rest of your life, even if
the IRS says your IRA must
be depleted as you age? What
about a legacy for your chil-
dren? Will they receive any-
Is your portfolio crash proof? By Mark Charnet
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Tips for maintaining your
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Avoiding the consumption of
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Brush or rinse immediately
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Follow good oral hygiene
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least twice daily and floss at
least once daily to remove
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Consider touch-up treat-
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Does insurance cover the cost of
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No. Dental insurance
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Does teeth whiteners damage
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Over 10 years of clinical
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ide have not shown any dam-
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preexisting dental work may
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in the natural teeth, should a
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tooths nerve?
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any teeth that had been
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Chapel Sports Ministry
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nity every Wednesday night.
Participants will practice the
basics of baseball in a clinic for-
mat with emphasis on integrat-
ing faith and character on and
off the field.
Classes are led by Mike
Warden, former All-Morris
County Baseball Player for
Pequannock High School and
All-American at Southern
New Hampshire University. He
has coached the Teel and
Wladyka club teams and has
coached two current Major
League players. He is also an
instructor at Dichiaro Baseball
School.
Classes run Wednesdays
at the Jacksonville Chapel gym
from Sept. 11Nov 2. Children
in 2nd5th grades play 67pm
and children in 6th12th
grades play 78pm.
All children are welcome
and its recommended they
bring their own gloves. Space is
limited so register today at
www.chapelnj.org/sports or call
Kathy at the chapel office: 973-
334-6657. Jacksonville Chapel
is located at 264 Jacksonville
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3rd Wednesday of each month, at 7pm
in the Council Chambers, above the
library. For questions or more info
please call or stop by the
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call 973-838-0077.
Whether you are still suffering from
the bleak memories of war or have
resolved to put it all behind you, Point
Man Ministries is for you. Point Man is
a Christian ministry dedicated to help-
ing veterans find peace with them-
selves and the world around them. If
you are doing fine after the war, thats
fantastic but dont forget about your
buddies who are still suffering. Find
out how you can help. Call Barry
Jensen at 973-809-9665. Point Man
Ministries meets the first Thursday of
every month from 7:30-9:30pm at
Cornerstone Chapel 620 Route 23
North, Pompton Plains
The Pompton Lakes Republican Club
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the third Thursday of each month at
the VFW Post 2906 off Wanaque
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thing from your estate? Is
it guaranteed?
Though the federal
estate tax bracket has been
fixed at $5,250,000, NJ con-
tinues to hover at $675,000.
This means if your estate,
counting your home, exceeds
that amount, taxes will have
to be paid! Are you prepared
to take care of this mandated
reduction in your bequest to
them?
Here are the nine points I
am making:
1. I insist on a guaranteed
rising income for the rest of
my life, and my wifes, when
we stop working.
2. I demand long-term care
portfolio protection to insure
the integrity of my assets and
income.
3. I require that my portfolio
be designed with the least
amount of governmental
intrusion (taxes) as possible.
4. I desire to leave the great-
est sum we possibly can to
our favorite charities (our
four children) when my wife
and I are gone.
5. I must have protection
from stock and bond market
losses, so that my income and
insurance programs put in
place will not be compro-
mised when the negative
market years occur. (And
occur they will).
6. I mandate that during ris-
ing markets my portfolio will
be able to capture the high
values to reset my lifetime
income stream, which will
never retreat, upward.
7. I need the flexibility and
liquidity to make adjust-
ments as necessary when sit-
uations arise.
8. As part of my retirement
plan, I have documents in
place that designate my
executors, trustees, power of
attorney, health proxy and
living will advocate.
9. My plan must include
funds for entertainment
value that are disposable and
discretionary (e.g. Vegas,
travel and gifting).
This is how my personal
retirement and estate plan is
designed and how I practice
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Planning Prevents Poor
Performance Period! It is
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A
healthy pet is a happy
pet and responsible
pet owners know that
their beloved pets health rests
largely on their shoulders.
Ensuring a pet is healthy over
the long haul can be quite sim-
ple. While some pets may
develop medical conditions
that require more attention,
the following are a few simply
ways pet owners can keep their
pets healthy.
Dont skip visits to the
veterinarian. Unlike humans,
pets cant speak for themselves,
so its quite possible that a pet
could be hurting or dealing
with a medical condition while
its owner has no idea. Annual
veterinary checkups can help
avoid such situations, and the
vet might notice a developing
condition before it becomes
anything serious. If a pets
behavior suddenly changes,
schedule a veterinarian visit as
soon as possible, as this behav-
ioral change could be indica-
tive of a medical issue.
Prioritize vaccinations.
Vaccinations can protect a pet
from a host of ailments, includ-
ing rabies, distemper and Lyme
disease. New pet owners who
adopted a pet from a rescue
organization should get docu-
mentation about the animals
past vaccinations. (Certified
kennels typically provide such
documentation at the time of
adoption.) If there is no such
documentation or if there are
documents showing the pet
received certain vaccinations
but not necessarily all of its
vaccinations, take the pet to
the veterinarian and have the
animal receive those vaccina-
tions that arent documented.
Spay or neuter the pet.
The ASPCA notes that spay-
ing or neutering a pet is a pre-
ventive measure that can help
a pet in the long haul. Spaying,
or removing the ovaries and
uterus of a female dog or cat,
can prevent diseases, such as
breast cancer and pyometra, as
well as infection and keep the
animal from going into heat.
Neutering a male dog or cat
before it reaches six months
can reduce the likelihood that
the animal will behave aggres-
sively, while helping to prevent
testicular cancer, diseases of
the prostate and hernias.
Help the pet fight heart-
worm. Heartworm isnt easy to
treat, but it is easily
prevented. Cat ow-
ners should speak to
their veterinarian
about heartworm
and the best course
of action, as cats are
less likely to devel-
op heartworm than
dogs, who are natu-
ral hosts for the
infection. Dogs should be test-
ed for heartworm annually in
the early spring, and the veteri-
narian might prescribe a pre-
ventive medication the dog
will take once per month. How
long the dog must take the
medication depends on the
dog and the veterinarian, but
dog owners should heed the
vets advice.
Get your pet off the
couch. Humans should not be
couch potatoes and neither
should their pets. Regular
exercise burns calories while
increasing muscle mass
and improving cardiovascular
strength. Dog owners should
know that how much exercise
their dog needs depends on its
breed, age, sex and physical
condition, so discuss a proper
exercise regimen with your
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Hiking: Hiking is a fun
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fall. Thats because few
things in nature are as capti-
vating as a park or forest
when the fall foliage is in full
bloom. Early fall also boasts
ideal temperatures for hiking,
as the mercury likely wont
rise enough or sink low
enough to produce the kind
of extreme temperatures that
can compromise a hikers
afternoon. Instead, fall tem-
peratures tend to be mild and
comfortable, allowing hikers
to fully enjoy their often
beautiful surroundings.
Corn maze: Visiting a corn
maze is another activity that
many people instantly associ-
ate with fall. Some farmers
transform their cornfields into
corn mazes once the tempera-
tures dip, and such mazes can
be fun for adults and children
alike. Though adolescents can
often be trusted to find their
way through corn mazes,
younger kids should be
accompanied by an adult.
Pumpkin picking: Much
like apple picking is best in
fall, so is pumpkin picking.
Rather than buying your
Halloween pumpkin from
the grocery store, where your
options may be limited, go
straight to the source and
pick your future jack-o-
lantern from a nearby pump-
kin patch, which will provide
a much wider selection. Let
your youngsters pick their
own pumpkins and then
spend the rest of the day
carving them at home. And
dont forget to save those
seeds, which can be roasted
over an open flame to make a
delicious snack.
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W
hile there are many
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health, one of the best ways to
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mental health of a senior citi-
zen is meditation. We know
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stress and help us relax, but
recent studies have shown that
meditation can also relieve
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ativity. Here are some other
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1. The deep breathing exercis-
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meditation encourage oxygen
enrichment to the blood.
Senior citizens who suffer from
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tem, heals the lungs and
improves circulation.
2. Meditation also causes
increased alertness and the
ability to interact with others
and surroundings. The
increased oxygen in the blood-
stream of the elderly user of
meditation will cause brain
functions to improve.
3. Because both the mind and
the body become more relaxed,
the mental and physical health
of the individual is improved
drastically. Seniors who suffer
from depression can benefit
from meditation. During medi-
tation, feelings of happiness are
created in the mind, which
increases daily happiness and
satisfaction.
4. Meditation improves physi-
cal energy, making the senior
years just as rewarding as
other life phases. Meditation
is also easy to learn and
requires no certain religious
affiliations. The fact that
meditation is flexible and easy
to do makes it a great choice
for everyone, quickly enrich-
ing the lives of seniors.
5. A study, published in the
Journal of Brain, Behavior &
Immunity, shows that eight
weeks of training in mindful-
ness meditation is linked with
decreased loneliness. Aside
from alleviating loneliness,
mindfulness meditation has
also been shown in past
research to have positive effects
on the brain linked with
brain changes that may even
have effects against mental ill-
ness.
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T
he break-even point
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indirect costs have been met.
You are neither making nor
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number of units sold, dollars
of total sales or possibly hours
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and a paper serving plate.
Assume your burger sells for
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Your fixed costs include
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Every business has a break-even point: whats yours?
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another electrician.
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when they can, which is bet-
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gives current employees more
confidence that they have a
job long-term.
Do you have strategic
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agents, bankers, lawyers,
accountants, printers, clean-
ers, maintenance and delivery
service members, caterers,
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ne of the hot new
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decors by bringing nature
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Mercier Wood Flooring,
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wood floors with two trendset-
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Kalahari which they called
the colors of tomorrow during
their official launch.
Mercier Wood Flooring
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today with the launch of these
new colors, said designer
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Interieur in Montreal. My
clients are always looking for
these types of contemporary,
yet nature inspired colours that
work great in modern and clas-
sic decors.
According to Michel
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Mercier theyre latest offering
have already become favorites
with clients. A perfect blend
of dark brown tones, Autumn
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yet gives the impression that
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your home, he added. And
because it respects the funda-
mental principles of global har-
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style.
Kalahari, another popular
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tures beautiful gold and cognac
tones. Soccio liked the versatil-
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can compromise safety in and
around the house.
Flooding: Super storms have
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Microorganisms in flood
waters may contaminate
drinking water, and wet walls
and floors can present a
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pests and microorganisms
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lead to weakened or rotted
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tributed to one death and 86
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twist the intestines, poten-
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infection.
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Large furniture and electron-
ics that are not balanced well
or anchored to a wall can be
pulled over by children and
even adults. Small children
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cause an estimated 22 deaths
per year.
Pools and spas: While
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there are other dangers lurk-
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The CPSC notes that suc-
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The majority of suction acci-
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suction can hold an adult
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children under the age of
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house can alert to danger, but
ensuring candles are extin-
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is up to date and making sure
space heaters and other
appliances are not left
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prevent fires.
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people each year are treated
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Ensuring there are no trip-
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ent for use by the elderly can
help prevent some falls.
There are many dangers
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and awareness of such haz-
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ver the last couple of years, dining out has become an even bigger luxury than it
once was. Thanks to the struggling economy, many people have decided to cut
back on spending, and dining out has become casualty of such events.
While the economy is gradually rebounding, dining out is still largely reserved for
special occasions among those whose memory of the recession is still fresh. However,
dining out does remain a strong choice when hosting a special occasion such as a birthday
party or anniversary celebration. When choosing a restaurant to have such a gathering,
consider the following tips to ensure that rare restaurant night out goes off without a hitch.
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Look for versatility in a menu. When
dining out, the emphasis is obviously on the
food. Couples might enjoy certain
restaurants they have previously patronized,
but that does not necessarily make the
restaurant ideal for a party. When shopping
for a restaurant, look for one that boasts a
versatile menu that can cater to a vast array
of palates. Especially for larger parties, the
versatility of the menu is very important.
Restaurants that boast a large entree
selection that includes meat, poultry,
seafood, and even vegetarian dishes ensures
each guest has options.
Examine the elbow room. Because dining
out has become such a luxury, comfort
should be another key consideration. Look
for a restaurant that provides ample elbow
room so everyone can relax and wont feel
crowded.
Be sure there are places to park. Chances
are, most guests will be driving to the party.
While it seems like an afterthought, the
restaurant should provide ample, and ideally
free, parking. Avoid restaurants that charge
for valet service or inquire if such service
can be included on the tab ahead of time.
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special occasion, be sure to begin the process
of finding a restaurant as early as possible
and make a reservation the moment a
decision is made. Reservations can always
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6 ounces thickly sliced
bacon, coarsely chopped
1 large red onion, finely
chopped
1/4 cup finely chopped celery
15 ounces frozen corn,
thawed (3 cups)
3 cups whole milk
1 pound red potatoes,
scrubbed and cut into
1/2-inch dice
1/2 cup heavy cream
2 tablespoons minced
chives, plus more for
garnish
Salt and freshly ground pepper
Tabasco
1/2 pound medium sea
scallops
In a large saucepan, cook
the bacon over moderately low
heat until crisp, 10 minutes.
Transfer the bacon to paper
towels to drain. Pour off 2
tablespoons of the bacon fat
and reserve. Add the onion
and celery to the pan. Cook
over low heat until softened,
12 minutes.
Meanwhile, in a food
processor, puree 1 cup of the
corn with 1 cup of the milk.
Add the corn puree to the
saucepan along with the
remaining 2 cups each of corn
and milk and the potatoes.
Simmer over low heat until
the potatoes are tender, about
20 minutes. Stir in the cream,
chives and the reserved bacon.
Season with salt, pepper and
Tabasco and keep warm.
In a large skillet, heat the
reserved 2 tablespoons of
bacon fat until shimmering.
Add the scallops, season with
salt and pepper and cook over
moderately high heat until
browned, about 1 1/2 minutes
per side. Ladle the soup into
bowls; top with the scallops
and chives and serve.
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2; refrigerate overnight.
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any life events are
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Hosting a party can be
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Determine a realistic party
budget. The first step is to
determine exactly what you
can spend. You will need to
base all of your plans on what
you can afford. It can be
tempting to go above budget,
but that may land you in
debt. Without a budget, you
will not know how to allo-
cate your money effectively.
Get price quotes from vari-
ous venues. The cost of rent-
ing a venue will likely be the
biggest expense on your list.
But you can save a substan-
tial amount of money if you
can host at home. Those who
have limited house or apart-
ment space need to seek
other options. While restau-
rants may be expensive,
parks, gardens or church
basements may be more
reasonable.
Figure out what elements are
important. Are your guests
gourmands who pay special
attention to food quality and
taste? If so, you may have to
spend more on food and bev-
erages. If a flashy location is
more desireable, then know
that a large portion of the
budget will be allocated for a
place with a view. Some peo-
ple flock to parties for the
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portion for the band or deejay.
Keep a tally. As you start
securing elements to the
party, be sure to deduct the
expenses from the total budg-
et. Hold on to all receipts
and reconcile them against
the amount you have to
spend. This will present an
accurate picture of the total
cost of the party. If you start to
break your budget, you will
know you it's time to curtail
any additional spending.
Don't plan on the gifts cov-
ering expenses. Some fami-
lies circulate tales of brides
and grooms dipping into
their gifts at weddings to pay
for the party. Those who
have to do this have overex-
tended themselves. Many
throw parties with the inten-
tion of breaking even once
monetary gifts are collected.
Not only is this in poor eti-
quette, it is risky. There is no
guarantee that guests will
cover the cost of their meals.
Do as much as you can
yourself. Cutting out the
middleman will dramatically
reduce the cost of many party
services. If you want floral
centerpieces on tables, make
them yourself. If you want
guests to take home choco-
late lollipops or other trin-
kets, spend time putting
them together. Printing your
own invitations reduces the
cost of using a printing serv-
ice or buying them. Set your
own playlist of compiled
music on an mp3 player for
the music. If hiring a caterer
exceeds your budget, prepare
the food yourself. The more
services you can provide on
your own, the less expensive
the party will be.
Pare down the guest list.
Another significant way to
come in at budget is to be
realistic about how many
people you can invite. While
it may be nice to extend an
invitation to everyone you
know, that will quickly drive
up the price. Only invite the
closest of friends and family.
Delegate some of the work.
If a friend or family member
offers to bring something to
the party, don't hesitate to
accept such an offer. You may
know someone who takes
excellent photos or a friend
who has a deejaybusiness on
the side. Every little bit helps
when working on a budget.
Start saving early. Look
ahead to the events that are
coming up that may warrant a
bash. Pick and choose among
those you want to celebrate
and begin putting away
money toward those events.
Once the time arrives, you
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