Page 18 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • March 18, 2009 The Wyckoff Township Committee and the Wyckoff Environmental Commission invite residents of all ages to join their neighbors on Saturday, April 4, at 9 a.m. for the township’s annual Team Up to Tidy Up Day. To request a specific location, call (201) 891-7000 before the event. Volunteers are asked to meet about 8:30 a.m. in the second floor courtroom at Wyckoff Town Hall, where cleanup assignments will be finalized and a group photo taken. T-shirts and gloves will be handed out to the first Team Up to Tidy Up scheduled for April 4 250 volunteers. Cleanup supplies will be provided. Many “child-friendly” cleanup sites will be available. The rain date for the event is Saturday, April 19. If the event is postponed, an e-mail will be sent to all e-mail addresses registered on our website. To sign up, simply log onto Wyckoff on the Web at and click on the site registration link on our homepage. The Wyckoff Environmental Commission is looking for a great turnout this year in the ongoing campaign promoting litter consciousness. Volunteers from Part- �������������������������� ners in Pride will be participating in the Team Up to Tidy Up Day event. Residents can also help by not creating litter and by reminding those who may forget that littering is against the law. Help to control litter by placing your trash in closed containers and making sure your own property is litter free. By following these suggestions, everyone can all help keep Wyckoff clean and beautiful. For further information, call (201) 891-7000 extension 118. Firefighters welcomed At right: Wyckoff Volunteer Firefighters Glenn Hooyman (left) and Christopher Charnesky (right) took their oaths at last week’s public meeting of the Wyckoff Township Committee. Chief David Murphy administered the oaths with the help of Township Clerk Joyce Santimauro. Hooyman, who became interested in the department when the firefighters doused a house fire at his own residence, will join Wyckoff Volunteer Fire Company #1. Charnesky, who will join Company #2, is the second member of his family to join the volunteer department. His brother is also a firefighter. Johnny Valdex was accepted into Wyckoff Volunteer Fire Company #3, but was not present at the ceremony. Above: Mayor Joseph B. Fiorenzo, Fire Chief David Murphy; Township Committeeman Richard C. Alnor, Firefighters Glenn Hooyman and Christopher V. Charnesky; and Township Committeemen Rudy Boonstra and Brian D. Scanlan.