FLOW Area December 9, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • Page 7 FLOW Follies has announced the slate of directors for its 2010 production planned for March 11 through 14. Curt Buckler will serve as executive director. He has spent 26 years as a professional actor, writer, and singer in such roles as Big Jule in the national tour of “Guys and Dolls,” Harold Hill in “Music Man,” Herr Schultz in “Cabaret,” and Jud in “Oklahoma.” Buckler has also written and performed in many original cabaret shows. Buckler wrote the children’s story “The Louches in the Couches.” For the third year, Leslie Dwarin will be the assistant director. She was associated with the Oakland Community Theater where she was the stage manager for a number of productions. She is the recipient of the 2000 Perry Award for Outstanding Directors of 2010 FLOW Follies named Stage Management for the show “Later Life.” Choreography Director Marjorie McConnell has choreographed and performed in local musical revues including Antrim Theater productions. She has also taught dance expression to children and adults. Jane Koch will serve as music director. Koch has been a long-time contributor to the musical success of FLOW Follies. She is a music teacher for youngsters in preschool through fifth grade, active in her temple choir, and is a member of a rock and roll band. Gigi Jones is the costume director. This will be her fourth year of performing and creating costumes for FLOW Follies. Jones helps with the costuming in Ramapo’s Teenage drinking program offered by Municipal Alliances The Municipal Alliances of Franklin Lakes, Oakland, and Wyckoff are offering “A Conversation with Kate” on Monday, Dec. 14. This program for ninth and tenth grade girls and their parents will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Ramapo High School Library. The program will feature Kate Lehr, a senior at Bergenfield High School, editor of the school newspaper, varsity softball pitcher, and member of the National Honor Society who recently had a life threatening experience with alcohol. She will share her story, “An Unexpected Lesson,” in an effort to raise teen awareness of the dangers alcohol can pose to them and those around them, and the importance of being honest, loyal, and responsible. The program is free, but seating is limited. RSVP to Kathy Scarpelli, (201) 891-1820. Gigi Jones, costume director; Jane Koch, music director; Marjorie McConnell, choreographer; Leslie Darwin, assistant director; and Curt Buckler, executive director. theater productions. She is a professional hairstylist and a viola and violin player. FLOW Follies is a volunteer parent organization that serves the local RamapoIndian Hills community by raising scholarship funds for graduating seniors. Over the years, FLOW Follies has raised nearly $375,000 in scholarship awards. Scholar- ship funds are raised through gate receipts realized from its annual performance of a musical variety show, Friends of FLOW Follies family memberships, program ad sales, and a special auction held in conjunction with the four performances. For more information contact Sal Moffa, (201) 891-6578, or visit www.FLOWfollies.org. T rooming Po eG s h Book Your Holiday Appt. Now Vet Recommended All Natural, Healthy Pet Foods Check out our Orijen, Solid Gold & Country Naturals Dog and Cat Foods. Professional Dog Grooming he Grooming Post has been grooming and caring for pets in Waldwick and the surrounding communities for the last 21 years. Owner John Marrese and his staff are all dedicated pet owners themselves. “At The Grooming Post, our motto is ‘where your pet gets the best of care.’ That means when your pets are with us we groom and care for them as if they were our own. We make every effort for your pet to get an excellent grooming and have fun in the process. My staff and I have a combined over 70 years experience grooming and caring for pets,” John notes. “We have a large retail area stocked with a full line of dog and cat supplies. The store is located at Center Court Plaza, 10 Franklin Turnpike, Waldwick (across from Nellie’s Place). Store hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call (201) 670-9121. Visit online at www.groomingpost.com. T On Sale in December 2009 Serving All Your Home Heating Needs Prompt, Reliable Service You Can Depend On, Plus The Personal Attention You Deserve. • Oil Heat Systems Serviced & Installed • Automatic Fuel Oil Deliveries • Tank Insurance Available All Pet Foods Will Be t Keeping Families Warm Since 1929. Cash ts Discoun il O On Heating s eliverie D 24 Hour Emergency 201-891-1000 Service �����������������������