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Ladies Aid Society plans sale The Ladies Aid Society of the Wyckoff Reformed Church will hold a Rummage Sale April 23 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The sale will be held in the basement of the education building at 580 Wyckoff Avenue. Clothes, jewelry, knickknacks, toys, and other items will be featured. Receiving days for donations are April 21 and 22. Blood Drive set Cedar Hill Church, in conjunction with Community Blood Services will host a Blood Drive on April 20 from 4 to 8 p.m. The drive will be held at Cedar Hill Church, 422 Cedar Hill Avenue, Wyckoff. To schedule an appointment call (201) 251-3703. All types of blood are needed especially types O- and O+. Any healthy individual age 17 through 75 and weighing at least 110 pounds can donate blood. Donors should eat a moderate meal before donating and must bring identification showing signature. All donors receive a complimentary cholesterol screening with every blood donation. Seniors plan trips The Wyckoff Seniors Club meets every Tuesday at 11:15 a.m. in the Larkin House, 380 Godwin Avenue. Upcoming events include a trip to Groton, Connecticut for lunch at the Groton Inn and a visit to the Mohegan Sun on Tuesday, April. 21. On May 21, the group will travel to Woodlock Pines, and on June 18, the seniors will visit the New York Botanical Gardens and lunch at Mario’s on Arthur Avenue. Rogers to discuss coleus Ray Rogers, horticulturist and author of “Coleus: Rainbow Foliage for Containers and Gardens,” will speak to the Wyckoff Area Garden Club on Tuesday, April 28 at 9:30 a.m. at the Wyckoff Reformed Church, 580 Wyckoff Avenue, Wyckoff. The cost of the program is $15; refreshments are
included. Unique varieties of coleus and groups of container ready plants will be offered for sale. Friends to host Earth Day seminars The Friends of Wyckoff’s general meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the Larkin House, 380 Godwin Avenue. Renee Rewiski, president of the National Association of Remodeling Association and editor of Remodeling News Magazine, will be the guest speaker. Reweski’s seminar will feature “Green Remodeling and Construction.” Topics include cost-effective green choices and new trends. Eric Kieller and Wayne Johnson from Blue Line Architecture will present “Green Construction: An Architectural Perspective.” Blue Line designed the recently completed Wyckoff Ambulance Corps building and ramps at town hall. A question and answer opportunity for all presenters will follow. Friends of Wyckoff will provide general updates and development update information. Refreshments will be served. These seminars are free. Mitzvah Day activities, walk planned Temple Beth Rishon of Northwest Bergen County will hold its Seventh Annual Mitzvah Day and Murray Prawer Walk supporting Gilda’s Club of Northern New Jersey on Sunday, April 26. The day will begin at 9 a.m. with registration, a two mile walk through the community at 9:30 a.m. (leashed dogs are welcome), followed by a Cool Down Brunch at the temple. Suggested minimum donation is $18 per person. Mitzvah Day activities will include a collection of kitchen paper goods for Gilda’s Club, knitted Chemo-caps, and decoration making for Noogieland (the children’s area at Gilda’s Club). Gilda’s Club of Northern New Jersey creates welcoming communities of free support for everyone living with cancer, and their families and friends. Representatives will be present with information about services. Funds raised by Temple Beth Rishon will be used for Gilda’s Club’s Gynecological Cancer Support Group. The bloodmobile will also be on-site from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. A Welcome Open House will be held to introduce
Temple Beth Rishon’s caring community. Visit the membership table for a building tour, learn about the preschool, summer camp, and Hebrew and Sunday school programs, the spiritual weekly services, High Holiday services, and events for all ages. To register for the walk or for more information, visit www.bethrishon.org or call the temple office at (201) 8914466. Temple Beth Rishon is located at 585 Russell Avenue in Wyckoff. Chamber offers scholarships The Wyckoff Chamber of Commerce will be awarding four scholarships to high school seniors who are planning to further their education. Three of these scholarships ($500 each) will be offered to students who are Wyckoff residents. The fourth scholarship ($1,000) will be awarded to a child of a Wyckoff Chamber member or a child of an employee of a Wyckoff Chamber member, regardless of their town residence. There is no eligibility restriction based upon a student’s chosen high school. Applications are now available at local high school guidance offices, or may be downloaded from the Chamber’s website at www.wyckoffchamber.com. All applications must be returned to President Matt Brogowski, Wyckoff Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 2, Wyckoff NJ 07481 no later than Wednesday, April 15. For further information, call the Chamber’s hotline (201) 891-3616. Bereavement support available The Church of Saint Elizabeth in Wyckoff will offer support groups for individuals who have experienced a loss. Sessions will begin Tuesday, April 14. The groups will meet for eight consecutive Tuesdays. The daytime group will meet from 10 to 11:30 a.m., and the evening group from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Both groups will meet in the Amadeus Room on the second floor of the Church’s Religious Education Center. Registration is required. Call (201) 891-1122, extension 266, to register or obtain additional information. Saint Elizabeth’s is located at 700 Wyckoff Avenue in Wyckoff. Deadline is Wednesday at noon.
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Lorena and Ralph ng Lena and Sal; seated The Lauretta Family: Standi and Ladies Boutique. Lauretta’s Men’s Shop t, personal service, visit has been tailoring clothes or perfect ﬁt and promp three decades, Lauretta’s g more than lously custom ﬁts For three generations spannin for you. Owner Sal Lauretta not only meticu exclusively for his clients. to look as if they were made he also provides custom-made shirts and suits in turn ndise, an craftsmanship, now the shop’s ﬁne mercha a family’s tradition of Europe carried on his sibilities, Ralph has added For over 40 years, Sal has over the buyer respon a New York son, Ralph. Since taking later reﬁned his craft as being continued by his Italy from his father and tailoring in fresh, new look. Sal learned Italy, Tallia, by D’Avenza of City fashion designer. lines. It stocks designs carries only top-quality n & Son, Jack Victor, KenLauretta’s Men’s Shop Ralph Lauren, H. Freema ion will join the lineup, Zegna and Scabal, Majer, . This fall two new collect Cloth by Ermenegildo own custom-made clothes neth Cole and the shop’s d. at Lauretta’s Ladies Abbou their male counterparts Trussini of Italy and Joseph professional tailoring as The exclusive shop, ng complete accessories. Women receive the same rs can assist them in choosi such as City Girl, Andrea Quinn, Lana Lee, wear Boutique, and staff membe a, carries casual and career more. Some special occasion clothes are availmanaged by Lena Laurett Spendor Sweater and many Susan Bristol, LJL, Graff, offered. d in the business, and gift items are also -law Lorena, are involve able. Jewelry, accessories, a family, including sister-in each one of them,” says Four members of the Laurett ked. “We cater to our customers and value service.” detail is overloo of attention to personal making certain no 10-6, can, giving a great deal are Monday through Friday, serve them the best we d Park. Hours Sal. “We try to 621 Godwin Ave., Midlan on premises. Call (201) 444-1666. Lauretta’s is located at tailoring is done and Saturday 10-5. All Thursday 10-8,
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