2004 Volvo XC70 for Sale

October 22, 2017

2004 Volvo XC70

161,000 miles
5 cylinder

Black, Beige leather interior

Automatic, All wheel drive

P/W, PDL, Power Seats, A/C

Am/Fm Stereo Cassette,

Moon-roof

Alloy wheels, Michelin tires,

New front struts

remanufactured Alternator

few small dings

Drivers seat needs cover

Asking $1800.00
RUNS GREAT!

Call 845-729-5962 (Mark)

Local in-person transactions ONLY (Rockland County, NY)

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2004 Volvo XC70 for Sale

August 22, 2017

2004 Volvo XC70

161,000 miles
5 cylinder

Black, Beige leather interior

Automatic, All wheel drive

P/W, PDL, Power Seats, A/C

Am/Fm Stereo Cassette,

Moon-roof

Alloy wheels, Michelin tires,

New front struts

remanufactured Alternator

few small dings

Drivers seat needs cover

Asking $1800.00
RUNS GREAT!

Call 845-729-5962 (Mark)

Local in-person transactions ONLY (Rockland County, NY)

A Kidney for Del Du-Bois

August 20, 2017

A personal request

Hi. This is Chelle (Cordero-Engelman),  I am Bobi (& Del) Du-Bois’ sister. I hope this note finds you well. I wanted to reach out to you.

We are desperately attempting to find a suitable donor for a kidney. Del is currently on dialysis and is in End Stage Kidney Disease. A living donor (blood type O) offers him the best chance for an extended life and more time with his family. Del is loved by so many.

Bobi and Del recently connected with an organization called Renewal. This organization helps to find suitable donors for people in dire need of kidneys. A lot of reaching out is done via emails and social media. We are asking for your help in reaching the masses.

We have a web site set up where we are also posting many of the letters that have been written on Del’s behalf. Go to https://kidney4del.wordpress.com/ to see it; scroll down to see individual posts.


We are asking for 3 things:

#1- Would you please write a few lines (a post) about what Del means to you, something about your relationship, or something about Del’s contributions (it can be any or all so long as it comes from the heart). Renewal recommends that we humanize and tug at heart-strings. Also any digital pics of you and Del (or Del in family situations) would also be appreciated.

#2- Would you please forward this site (in entirety or individual posts) to all of your email contacts, local organizations, houses of worship, unions, etc.? Also post on Facebook and/or Twitter. This will help get the word out. To forward an individual post click on the heading of that post first. Please forward this to family members and friends.

#3- If you, and this is admittedly the hardest request for me to make, or anyone you know might be a compatible donor, please consider having yourself tested. For more information about kidney donation, please call 718 431-9831 or email R9196@renewal.org . Renewal’s website is www.life-renewal.org  Please be sure to use Del’s name. Getting tested is no obligation.

Please consider doing any or all of the above, anything you can do will help. Del’s life truly hangs on this, thank you.

If you submit a letter, please write from your heart — I can fill in the necessary referral info for the post. Please email your words to me at  ChelleCordero@gmail.com  and put “Del” in the subject line. It can be just a few lines or a full letter, it all helps. Also please forward this email (or send me their email) to anyone you know who might want to contribute to this effort.

Thank you so much for your help and prayers,

With love,

Chelle.

“Black-legged and deer ticks have spread into new areas across the country, carrying Lyme disease into places where it didn’t exist 20 years, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The CDC estimates that about 30,000 U.S. residents are infected with Lyme disease each year, but notes that underreporting could put the actual count at 300,000 cases…”

Source: Lyme disease numbers on the rise  in The Washington Times

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“Patients treated with antibiotics in the early stages of the infection usually recover rapidly and completely. Most patients who are treated in later stages of the disease also respond well to antibiotics, although some may have suffered long-term damage to the nervous system or joints. It is not uncommon for patients treated for Lyme disease with a recommended 2 to 4 week course of antibiotics to have lingering symptoms of fatigue, pain, or joint and muscle aches at the time they finish treatment. In a small percentage of cases, these symptoms can last for more than 6 months. These symptoms cannot be cured by longer courses of antibiotics, but they generally improve on their own, over time.” [CDC website]

For facts about Lyme Disease:

https://www.cdc.gov/lyme/faq/index.html

Susy Schwartz Memorial Concert featuring Noah Aronson Sunday, April 30, 2017 • 4 Iyyar 5777 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Announcement

March 6, 2017

Mark Engelman is on leave ~ photo services will be provided by Marc S Engelman until further notice.

Thank you!

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This Veteran’s Day, yoga teachers from coast to coast will be holding donation-based yoga classes to benefit the work of Veterans Yoga Project whose mission is to support recovery and resilience among veterans, their families and our communities.

Join Soul Flyte in giving back!  Friday, November 11th  at 7:30-8:45pm.

78 Main St (above Turiellos Pizza)
Nyack, NY 10960
(845) 580-9240

All donations accepted! Sign up required: www.soulflyte.com.

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#VeteransGratitudeWeek, #VeteransYogaProject

Fifteen years later

September 11, 2016

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Rockland County Residents

Janet M. Alonso 41 Stony Point NY
Calixto Anaya Jr. 35 Suffern NY
Japhet J. Aryee 49 Spring Valley NY
Richard E. Bosco 34 Suffern NY
Sgt. John Gerard Coughlin 43 Pomona NY
Welles Remy Crowther 24 Upper Nyack NY
John D’ Allara 47 Pearl River NY
Bernard D. Favuzza 52 Suffern NY
Thomas Foley 32 West Nyack NY
Andrew Fredericks 40 Suffern NY
Robert Joseph Gschaar 55 Spring Valley NY
Dana Hannon 29 Suffern NY
Capt. Frederick Ill Jr. 49 Pearl River NY
Farah Jeudy 32 Spring Valley NY
Joseph Marchbanks Jr. 47 Nanuet NY
John Marshall 35 Congers NY
Patricia A. McAneney 50 Pomona NY
Robert Garvin McCarthy 33 Stony Point NY
Robert William McPadden 30 Pearl River NY
Luke G. Nee 44 Stony Point NY
Gerald O’Leary 34 Stony Point NY
David Ortiz 37 Nanuet NY
Lt. Vernon Allan Richard 53 Nanuet NY
Thomas G. Schoales 27 Stony Point NY
Mohammed Shajahan 41 Spring Valley NY
Gregory Sikorsky 34 Spring Valley NY
Catherine T. Smith 44 West Haverstraw NY
Robert W. Spear Jr. 30 Valley Cottage NY
Loretta A, Vero 51 Nanuet NY
Benjamin Walker 41 Suffern NY
Weibin Wang 41 Orangeburg NY
Steven Weinberg 41 New City NY
Capt. David T. Wooley 53 Nanuet NY

For a complete list

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The air at Ground Zero contained pulverized concrete, shards of glass and carcinogens, according to a 2011 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report.

FDNY adds names of those who died related to rescue and recovery work

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