August 26, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • Page 23 Franklin Lakes Scribe Area artists to exhibit The Gallery of The Presbyterian Church at Franklin Lakes will exhibit the work of Franklin Lakes resident Joanne Polner and Jackie Hill, of York, Pennsylvania during the month of September. Polner is a print-film artist who uses a Canon EOS in the point-and-shoot mode. The show will feature iconic images from the island of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, where Polner has sold her photo cards for eight years. The works by digital photographer Jackie Hill, formerly of Wayne, captures the colors and forms of flowers, admired and cultivated by Hill. Also included are several portraits of people from her travels abroad. The gallery is located in The Presbyterian Church at Franklin Lakes, 730 Franklin Lake Road in Franklin Lakes. Hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturday, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.; and by appointment with the artists. For information and directions, call (201) 891-0511 or visit Meet and Greet set The Third Annual Franklin Lakes Newcomers and Neighbors Club Kindergarten Meet and Greet for all schools, will be held on Friday, Sept. 4 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Pulis Avenue Recreational Field Playground. This special get-together is for children starting kindergarten in September. A familiar face on that first day of school goes a long way to calm the nerves of children and parents. The rain date will be Monday, Sept. 7. RSVP to Michele De Luccia at with the child’s name and school. The Meet and Greet is hosted by the Franklin Lakes Newcomers and Neighbors Club and is open to all kindergarteners: members and non-members. Flu and pneumonia vaccines available The Valley Hospital Department of Community Health along with the Franklin Lakes Board of Health will be offering flu and pneumonia vaccines to all residents over 65 years old. Vaccines will be given from 10 a.m. to noon on Monday, Oct. 6 at the Recreation Field House. Registration is required and can be made by calling (201) 291-6090. Flu and pneumonia vaccines are covered by traditional Medicare Part B. Recipients must present their card at the time of service. Those in an HMO may choose to go to their primary care provider or they can choose to pay $27 for a flu vaccination. Pneumonia vaccines will be available for those who have never had a previous pneumonia vaccination. The cost is $35. Flu shots are encouraged for those aged 65 and over and those with chronic illnesses. Ramapo announces Dean’s List Ramapo College of New Jersey in Mahwah has named the following Franklin Lakes students to the Dean’s List for the spring 2009 semester: Daniel J. Danza, Sandy P. Dos Santos, Jared W. Fischer, Bice P. Grobstein, Larissa T. Rota, and Laura E. Tanis. Auxiliary plans events The Franklin Lakes Branch of the Valley Hospital Auxiliary will hold a Welcome Back meeting on Monday, Sept. 21. The Monday, Oct. 19 meeting will feature Sue Kelly, president of The Valley Hospital Auxiliary. She will speak on the Hospital Renewal Update. Both meetings begin at 10:30 a.m. in the Franklin Lakes Library located on DeKorte Drive. Coffee will be served at these morning meetings, which are open to the public. Call Eileen Leone at (201) 848-9330 or Ann Swist at (201) 3377262 for further information. Board of education to meet The Franklin Lakes Board of Education will meet on Tuesday, Aug. 25 at 8 p.m. The session will be held at the Franklin Lakes Middle School on Franklin Avenue. Central Park jogger to speak Trisha Meili, known to many as the Central Park Jogger, will be the guest speaker at the Woman’s Club of Franklin Lakes’ Fall Fundraiser Luncheon, to be held on Wednesday, Oct. 7. This event, which is open to the public, will be held at the Indian Trail Club in Franklin Lakes at 10:30 a.m. Meili’s story of survival and recovery was detailed in her best-selling memoir, “I Am the Central Park Jogger: A Story of Hope and Possibility.” There will be a book signing, prizes and a special auction followed by lunch and the speaker. Tickets are $55. The deadline for reservations is Sept. 30. Proceeds benefit autism, pancreatic cancer, student scholarships, and local charities. Call Ann Swist at (201) 337-7262 to reserve seats. President Marilyn Scott of the GFWC Woman’s Club of Franklin Lakes, a member of the New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs, invites all local women to join in the club’s first meeting of the season on Monday, Sept. 14. The session will begin at 7 p.m. at the Franklin Lakes Ambulance Corps Building on Bender Court. Refreshments will be served following the meeting. The meeting is open to all local women who are seeking new friendships and searching for a project of interest. The NJSFWC was founded in 1894, and joined the General Federation of Women’s Clubs that year. It has been headquartered on the campus of Douglass College in New Brunswick since 1966. Today, NJSFWC is comprised of 11,000 members in 300 clubs throughout New Jersey. For more information about the local club, contact Ann Swist at (201) 337-7262 or Eileen Leone at (201) 848-9330. To learn about the NJSFWC, visit the website at www. (continued from page 8) legal, financial, technical and administrative members, to finalize the scope of the project, review financing details and options, and review institutional options. The council must also develop and adopt the required sewer ordinances relating to sewer user charges, use rules and regulations, a mandatory connection ordinance, and an industrial pretreatment ordinance. Following Kelly’s presentation, Mayor Maura DeNicola acknowledged the large scope of this project. “There is a lot here to get our arms around,” she commented. Franklin Lakes Borough Attorney Douglas Doyle then recommended the council go into closed session to discuss negotiations and funding issues. No formal action was taken by the council following that closed session. Sewer plan Fertilizer (continued from page 6) after land disturbance, provided the application is in accordance with the requirements established under the state’s Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Act; re-establish or repair a turf area; deliver liquid or granular fertilizer under the soil’s surface directly to the feeder roots; and support residential container plantings, flowerbeds, or vegetable gardens. The township’s police department or zoning officer and the construction official will be responsible for enforcing the ordinance. 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