Page 14 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • June 3, 2009 Franklin Lakes Two borough residents become Eagle Scouts Colin D. Sidoti and Joseph A. Gennarelli, both of Boy Scout Troop 34 in Franklin Lakes, recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout after the completion of their community service projects. The Court of Honor was held at the Franklin Lakes United Methodist Church, sponsor of the troop. Family and friends watched as both young men took the Eagle Oath during the ceremony. A reception followed in Fellowship Hall. Gennarelli has been in Scouting since 1997. He is currently a senior at Ramapo High School. He will be attending The College of New Jersey in the fall. He has been assistant patrol leader, senior patrol leader, and patrol leader with Troop 34. He earned 36 merit badges and is a member of the Order of the Arrow. His Eagle project consisted of a major cleanup and renovation of a plot of land next to the main entrance to Most Blessed Sacrament Church in Franklin Lakes. He is the son of Joseph and Toni Gennarelli of Franklin Lakes. Joseph Gennarelli and Colin Sidoti Sidoti, a Scout since 1997, is a senior at Bergen County Technical High School in Teterboro and will be attending the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the fall. He earned 25 merit badges, is a member of the Order of the Arrow, and has served as troop Webmaster and assistant senior patrol leader. His Eagle project consisted of refurbishing the Lucine Lorrimer gravesite on the grounds of the NJ Audubon Society’s Lorrimer Sanctuary. His work included removing, replacing, and re-leveling a slate walkway leading to the gravesite as well as painting a fence surrounding the headstone and clearing the area of vines, brush and debris. He is the son of Dr. Thomas and Lynette Sidoti of Franklin Lakes. During the ceremony, both Scouts acknowledged the support given to them by family, friends, and the leaders of Troop 34. In particular, they thanked the Scoutmasters Phil Clark, Tom Cook, Jim Pidgeon, and Dr. Tom Pizzolo. Safety Town program set Safety Town, a program that teaches children entering kindergarten in September different strategies about safety in their community, will be offered at High Mountain Road School July 6 through 16 from 9:30 a.m. to noon. Children will learn about pedestrian and traffic safety in a miniature representation of a real town. A police officer will assist in the program, which also incorporates bicycle and personal safety. Ambulance and fire department members will assist children in learning first aid and preventative strategies in fire safety. The program is presented by the Wyckoff Family YMCA. Snacks are provided and the program will be held rain or shine. The fee is $110. Call (201) 891-2081. ������������������������ ��������������������� �������� ����������� YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD NEWSPAPER ������������