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Cindy Capitani

Community Advisor

Cindy Capitani is a former daily newspaper and web journalist and is a Rutherford resident for over 30 years. Aside from ghostwriting and blogging, she runs SCL Writing Pros (sclwritingpros.com), an agency of word specialists that helps individuals and businesses meet their objectives by choosing the right words and communication platforms.

Cindy Capitani's Contributions

  1. North Arlington Elks Lodge Awards Citizens Of The Year

    North Arlington Elks Lodge Awards Citizens Of The Year

    NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J. -- The North Arlington Elks Lodge No. 1992 recently had its annual Appreciation Night and honored three people with Citizen of the Year, Elk of the Year and Officer of the Year awards. The Citizen of the Year title is bestowed upon a local citizen whose actions are consistent with the mission of the Elks as an organization.This year’s award was presented to Allison ...

  2. 'Folk Music Meets Neuroscience' Comes To Rutherford

    'Folk Music Meets Neuroscience' Comes To Rutherford

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- An innovative concert will come to Rutherford on Sunday, April 10. "Folk Music Meets Neuroscience" will combine folk music with information about advances in neuroscience and how music can affect the brain."This professional concert will appeal to innovative curiosity, a love of music, and an interest in the current and traditional folk scene," a ...

  3. PHOTOS: Easter Egg Hunt With North Arlington Volunteer Emergency Squad

    PHOTOS: Easter Egg Hunt With North Arlington Volunteer Emergency Squad

    NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J. -- Local kids partook in an Easter egg hunt -- complete with sack races and more -- sponsored by the North Arlington Volunteer Emergency Squad, on Saturday afternoon, March 26.At the Middle School field, kids broken into age groups searched for candy-filled eggs. The event also featured, sack races, pictures with the Easter Bunny, a bake sale, and other games and ...

  4. Love Helps Cure Rutherford Woman Of Mystery Disease

    Love Helps Cure Rutherford Woman Of Mystery Disease

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. — For 14 years, Julie Ellinger-Hunt of Rutherford felt that she was dying.Ellinger-Hunt was living with a rare ailment called Cushing’s Disease, which causes the pituitary gland to excrete high levels of cortisol, leading to constant nausea, fatigue and muscle weakness. But four years ago, Ellinger-Hunt fell in love with LuAnn Lanzerrotti-Jones, and the two worked ...

  5. Rutherford School Board Considers New Providers For Before, After Care

    Rutherford School Board Considers New Providers For Before, After Care

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. —The Rutherford Board of Education will field proposals from before- and after-school care providers at its April 4 meeting.Scheduled presenters include the Meadowlands YMCA, which has provided before- and after-school care in Rutherford for the last 10 years, and Family Balance Concepts, a non-profit child care provider started by Bergen County resident Melissa ...

  6. North Arlington Woman's Club Honored For 75 Years Of Service

    North Arlington Woman's Club Honored For 75 Years Of Service

    NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J. -- The North Arlington Woman’s Club Palisades District was honored by the borough with a proclamation for 75 years of service on March 5. Councilman Richard Hughes stood in for Mayor Joseph Bianchi and bestowed the club with honors at an event held at the North Arlington Public Library. The event was combined with Women’s History Month, and Councilman Mario Karcic ...

  7. Little Ferry Philanthropist Honored By Ramapo College Foundation

    Little Ferry Philanthropist Honored By Ramapo College Foundation

    LITTLE FERRY, N.J. -- Little Ferry resident and developer Donald Nuckel was honored by Ramapo College Foundation at the Rockleigh Country Club for his efforts in bringing an innovative educational program to the Little Ferry school district.Last year, as part of his Better Education Starts Today (BEST) initiative, Nuckel provided over $150,000 to Little Ferry schools to start a new ...

  8. Katie Moore Sworn In As North Arlington Borough Clerk

    Katie Moore Sworn In As North Arlington Borough Clerk

    NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J. -- A new borough clerk was appointed in North Arlington during a recent mayor and council meeting, as Katie Moore, 26, a lifelong North Arlington resident, was sworn in by Mayor Joe Bianchi. Moore, who started working for the borough doing clerical work as a high school intern, stayed on through college and took a full time position as an administrative assistant ...

  9. Rutherford's Kip Center Organizes Bunco Night At The Elks

    Rutherford's Kip Center Organizes Bunco Night At The Elks

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Kip Center in Rutherford will sponsor a Bunco night at the Elks Club on Friday, April 22. The evening will also feature refreshments, a 50/50 raffle and more. Tickets are $20. Contact the Kip Center for tickets at 201 460-1600. Click here to download the registration form. Doors open at 7 p.m. and Bunco will begin at 7:30 p.m.The Elks Club is located at 48 Ames ...

  10. Rutherford Blood Drive Honors Fred Fiume

    Rutherford Blood Drive Honors Fred Fiume

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The blood drive in Rutherford April 4 is dedicated to a local resident who died last year.The Rutherford Community Blood Bank will hold its spring blood drive in memory of Fred Fiume, a Rutherfordian who died in July of 2015 at the age of 53.The drive will be held from 3 to 8 p.m. at the Kip Center. Blood donors will receive a $5 gift card to Dunkin’ Donuts. Fiume ...

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