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December 2009 THE GAZETTE - PAGE 7

We would like to thank our Loyal Customers

Wishing You and Your Family a Happy Holiday and All The Best for The New Year

Call About Our Special Holiday Promotions

Salon Primadonna

Make Your Very Own Gingerbread House

The Free Public Library of Hasbrouck Heights will spon- sor a fun-filled afternoon for teens and adults. Create your own gingerbread house for the upcoming holidays. It will be held on Wednesday afternoon, December 16, 2009, from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Here’s an opportunity to get into the mood of the holi- days dreaming of a gingerbread house for your Christmas table or if you just want to have some fun. Supplies and materials will be provided. Seating is limited. Registration is required. Call 201-288-0488. ###

215 Boulevard, Hasbrouck Heights 201-288-9798 • Open Tuesday thru Sunday

Special Holiday Baked Goodies Available

Vacation For Less

TEB 16th Annual SOS Toy Drive

For the past fifteen years, the Teterboro Airport com- munity has come together to deliver holiday cheer to local families (mothers and children) who “…are victims of domestic violence. Consequently, these families have fled from their dysfunctional environments and are receiving …safety, strength & hope…” at Shelter Our Sisters.

Together, we can continue the tradition of helping these families by providing them

with a warm and loving holi- day for 2009. Please join us in donating new, unwrapped toys and gifts.

For inquiries or to schedule your donation pick-up, please contact holiday coordinator, Lauren, at 201-393-4080, or Karen, at 201-288-1775, Ext. 222. You may also drop-off your donation at Airport Op- erations, 111 Industrial Avenue, Teterboro, NJ. The donation deadline is Tuesday, December 15, 2009. ###

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Pet Photos with Mrs. Claus

FOCAS (Friends of the County Animal Shelter, Inc.) will be hosting holiday pet pictures with Mrs. Claus and Special Holiday Gift Fair on Sunday, December 6, 2009, at the American Legion, 100 Lib- erty Street, Little Ferry, from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The cost

per photo is $5.00.

All pets are welcome. Pets should be up-to-date on all shots and appropriately re- strained.

There will be refresh- ments, fabulous holiday gifts on sale for pets and people and a drawing each hour for a FREE surprise gift.

The Perfect Christmas Gifts

Let FOCAS put some “cheer” in your holiday! This is an annual FOCAS event. Donations will go to benefit sick, homeless and abandoned animals. For information call the FOCAS Help Line at 201- 943-4019. ###

Holiday Candle Safety Tips

Wood-Ridge Fire Chief Anthony Gentile stated, “On average, a candle fire in the home is reported to a U.S. fire department every 34 min- utes.”

More than half of all candle fires start when items that can burn, such as furniture, mat- tresses, bedding, curtains, or decorations, are too close to the candle. The risk of a fatal candle fire appears higher when candles are used for light.

Chief Gentile offered these candle safety tips:

  • Consider using battery-

operated flameless candles which can look, smell, and feel like real candles.

  • Use sturdy, safe candle-


  • Protect candle flames

with glass chimneys or con- tainers.

  • Keep candles at least 12

inches from anything that can burn.

  • Never leave a burning

candle unattended.

  • Put candles out when you

leave a room.

  • Avoid using candles in

bedrooms and sleeping areas.

  • Keep children and pets

away from burning candles.

  • Be careful not to splat-

ter wax when putting out a candle.

  • Never use a candle when

oxygen is present.

  • Always use a flashlight,

not a candle, for emergency lighting.

  • Keep matches and light-

ers up high, out of reach of children, preferably in a locked cabinet. ###

Happy Holidays From Our Family to Yours

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