July 15, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • Page 23 Park Windmill VBS offered for children, moms Midland Park Christian Reformed Church located at 183 Godwin Avenue invites all the children in the community to join the Kingdom of the Son Vacation Bible School. Kingdom of the Son creates a safari atmosphere where children will have a great time singing, watching skits, creating crafts, having snacks, and playing games. Most importantly, they will get to know God through prayer. Kingdom of the Son VBS is for children ages four years old through sixth grade. There will also be a mothers’ Bible class which will include an adult craft and daycare for infants and children up to age three. Kingdom of the Son will be held July 20 through 24 from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The program is free and all are welcome. To register, call the church office at (201) 224-4260. Soccer association to meet The Midland Park Soccer Association will meet on Monday, July 20 at 7 p.m. in the library. All volunteers and coaches are encouraged to attend. Boston University announces Dean’s List Matthew A. Convente and Casey C. Peters, both of Midland Park, were named to the Dean’s List at Boston University for the spring 2009 semester. Teens invited to Summer Mash Up The Midland Park Church of God is hosting a teen summer program on three Sundays: July 19 and 26 and Aug. 2. Teens will participate in games, a scavenger hunt, and discussions. There will be refreshments and a few surprises. This program is open to all teen ages 12 through 17. On July 19 and 26, the program will run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. A barbeque for all participants and their families will take place Aug. 9 following the 10:45 a.m. church service. Visit the website at mpcrossroads.us for information and to download parent permission forms. All teens are asked to bring a completed form to the first meeting. The Church of God is located at 400 Godwin Avenue in Midland Park. For more information, call (201) 445-3814. United Methodist Church offers VBS The annual Vacation Bible School at Midland Park United Methodist Church will be held Aug. 3 through 7 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Children will enjoy Bible study, music, recreation, snacks, and more. The theme this year is Kingdom of the Son. All children, three to 11, are welcome. Breakfast will be served each day at 9 a.m. Teenagers and adults are needed are teachers and helpers. Call (201) 4453787. Board of education to meet The Midland Park Board of Education will meet on Tuesday, July 21 at 8 p.m. The meeting will take place in the August C. DePreker Media Center at Midland Park High School. Soccer Association holds registration, sells clothing Midland Park Soccer Association reminds all parents and players to mail in their registration for the fall season. Registration is open to players entering kindergarten through grade 12. Forms are available at the Barn on Dairy Street, the Baseball Card Store, and the Midland Park Library. The association is now selling soccer clothing. Items include: sweatshirts, crew neck and hooded, sweat pants, long- and short-sleeve T-shirts, and shorts. Call Heather at (201) 445-4532. How many households will your advertising message reach? Compare before you buy: Total Circulation by US Mail Administrator (continued from page 5) “We are excited about the long term possibilities this pilot may avail,” commented Midland Park Mayor Joseph Monahan. “We are fortunate that the circumstances, workload and schedule between both boroughs afforded us the opportunity to pursue yet another inter-borough shared service. We remain committed to assessing any opportunity, large or modest in scale, which has merit in terms of delivering efficient services to the Borough of Midland Park.” The Borough of Waldwick is optimistic about this venture, hoping to add to its list of existing share service agreements ranging from operating a leaf transfer station with the Borough of Ho-Ho-Kus, maintenance of fire equipment with the Village of Ridgewood, to maintenance of pumping stations for the sewer utility with NWBCUA. “This is an opportunity to share personnel and reduce costs for each of our communities while not adversely impacting the level of services provided to our residents, commented Waldwick Councilman Donald Sciolaro, head of the Public Safety Committee. “We look forward to the venture’s success as we continue to seek other economies on our operational costs,” he added. The Villadom TIMES........................ 56,300 Suburban News .............................. 33,958* The Ridgewood News...................... 5,947* The Town Journal .............................7,080* *from US Postal Service Statement of Ownership & Circulation, October 1, 2007 Receive the most coverage for your advertising dollar. Regional district (continued from page 4) Belsky added that since it is not proposed that the new policy be communicated with students each time they sign up for an extracurricular activity he feels it is very likely that by next year this whole effort will have been forgotten. Franklin Lakes resident Terry Meese, an opponent of the new policy and regulation, voiced her disappointment about the board’s action after the meeting. “I am disappointed that the majority of this board voted to approve the policy and regulation even though there was so little community support for it,” Meese said. “I am currently reviewing a possible challenge as the policy and regulation is not only ill-advised but, I believe, also illegal.” Call The Villadom TIMES and get your circulation going! 201-652-0744 YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD NEWSPAPER