Page 12 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • January 14, 2009 FLOW Area The producers of FLOW Follies announce the appointment of Curt Buckler as executive director for 2009. This year’s performance will be held from March 12 through 15. Buckler spent 25 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 “The Music Man,” Herr Schultz in “Cabaret,” and Jud in “Oklahoma.” He has also written and performed in many original cabaret shows called Parody Tonight. Buckler has also written a ‘Follies’ producers name Buckler executive director children’s story called “The Louches in the Couches.” Leslie Darwin will assist Buckler. She was associated with the Oakland Community Theater where she was stage manager for a number of productions. She is the recipient of the 2000 Perry Award for outstanding stage management for “Later Life.” This year’s choreography director is Marjorie McConnell, who has choreographed and performed in local musical reviews, including Antrim Theater produc- Athletic fields (continued from page 4) shock attenuation. In addition, Field Turf will hold the school district harmless from any claims that may arise due to liability during, and directly related to, the removal and disposal of the old athletic fields or the installation of the new ones. Both parties to the agreement promised not to defame or disparage each other in any way, and the agreement states that it does not constitute an admission of any wrongful action or violation of any state or federal law by any of the parties to the agreement. The two high school fields were closed last June after the regional high school district performed tests on both athletic fields and the preliminary test results indicated there were lead levels at both fields that were higher than the acceptable level recommended by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. The school board temporarily closed the fields to the public while additional testing was performed in an attempt to ascertain whether the lead that is currently embedded in the turf fibers has leached into the ground. Tests were performed on the soil and sand underneath the turf field along with additional surface sampling and, in all cases, the additional samples reflected a non-detectable or very low reading. The school board kept the fields closed while an additional test was performed on the sand and soil under the surface of the turf field. The fields were reopened on Aug. 5, 2008 after the newest soil samples indicated either non-detectable or minimally detectable amounts of lead, all of which were significantly under the state’s standard. Both fields were reopened to the public, however, with the provision that the state’s recommendations for the use of field turf be followed. According to the state’s recommendations no child under seven years of age should use the fields and all who use the fields should wash their hands and clothes after using the fields. In addition, the state recommended that users of the fields avoid eating on the fields, and any contamination of bottled drinking water with dust and fibers from the field. Front row: Marjorie McConnell, Leslie Darwin, and Jane Koch. Back row: Curt Buckler. tions. She has also taught dance expression to children ad adults in her community. Jane Koch is the music director. Koch has been a long-time contributor to the musical success of FLOW Follies. She is a music teacher for preschool through fifth grade, is active in her temple choir, and is a member of a rock & roll band. FLOW Follies is as a volunteer parent organization that serves the Ramapo Indian Hills community by raising scholarship funds for graduating seniors. Over the years, FLOW Follies has raised more than $325,000 in scholarship awards. Scholarship 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 an auction held in conjunction with the four performances. For more information, contact Sal Moffa at (201) 891-6578, epflowfollies@gmail. com, or visit to sign up for Friends of FLOW Follies. HARDING WINE&SPIRIT incredibly low price of $5.99 It’s a New Year! Time to make y to tr your resolution Liberty Creek wines! for a 1.5 liter bottle. (This is not a misprint!) Available in Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon & White Zinfandel. 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