March 25, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • Page 21 Franklin Lakes Scribe Computer class registration to begin Registration for the April computer classes at Franklin Lakes Public Library begins on Monday, March 30. Wednesday morning classes at 11 a.m. include: “Google It!” on Wednesday, April 1;”” on Wednesday, April 15; and a two-part “Beginning Computer Class” on Wednesday, April 22 and 29. Monday evening classes at 7 p.m. include: “Customize Your Computer” on April 6, in which control panel features, how to change the desktop and appearance of your computer, and much more will be taught; and “Google It!” on April 20 and 27 in which more advanced features of Google will be introduced. Call the library’s adult reference desk at (201) 891-2224 to register. Longegan to speak at Republican Forum The Franklin Lakes Republican Forum will meet on Monday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m. at the Ambulance Corps Building on Bender Court in Franklin Lakes. The guest speaker will be the gubernatorial candidate Steve Lonegan. Everyone is invited to this meeting. For more information, contact Kay Horst (201) 848-5567. Goudsward to discuss veteran’s life Jack Goudsward, an archaeologist and lifetime resident of Franklin Lakes, will speak about Franklin Lakes history on Tuesday, March 31 at 7 p.m. at the Franklin Lakes Public Library. Goudsward’s lecture, “The First to Fall: Lieutenant Albert Spickers,” is about the first man from Franklin Lakes to lose his life in defense of his country during World War II. Contact Samantha McCoy at the Franklin Lakes Library, (201) 891-2224. Franklin library is located at 470 DeKorte Drive. Register for summer camp Franklin Lakes is once again offering its summer recreation camp program run by the Wyckoff Family YMCA. Week-long sessions run from Monday through Friday, from June 29 through July 31 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for grades kindergarten through fourth grade, and 9:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. for grade five through eight. Fee is $90 per week. Junior Rec. Camp, for children entering kindergarten through fourth grade, is located at High Mountain Road School. Camp includes arts and crafts, sports, on-site entertainment, special guests, “Wet & Wild Days,” and “Y” Car- nival. The senior camp for fifth through eighth grade is located at the Woodside Avenue School and includes a special offsite trip each week, swimming at the “Y” once per week, sports, games, arts and crafts, and special events. Special orientation meetings and reservations will be held on Thursday, March 26 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. or Saturday, March 28 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 1 Vichiconti Way in Franklin Lakes. Registration is ongoing at the Wyckoff Family YMCA at 691 Wyckoff Avenue in Wyckoff beginning March 26. School board forum set The Franklin Lakes Board of Education will hold a Candidates’ Night on Wednesday, March 25 at 7:15 p.m. at the Franklin Avenue Middle School. There are six candidates seeking election to three seats on the local board of education and the public is urged to attend. K-8 school board (continued from page 10) Oakland and Wyckoff) districts to save rental costs. We also moved the Franklin Avenue Middle School graduation to Ramapo High School saving $8,000 and the district is in the process of joining the Bergen Country Banking Consortium, a group of 50 school districts that pools deposits to increase interest income and reduce banking fees.” Superintendent Roger Bayersdorfer emphasized the balance the budget reflects between the impact of the slow economy and the responsibility of the district to educate the borough’s children. “Our budget reflects both the tough economic times and the important need of educating our children,” Bayersdorfer said after the trustees approved the budget. “Despite some tremendous increases we have been able to stay below the state mandated cap, maintain our programs, and balance staffing and class sizes within our policy.” The voters of the school district will have an opportunity to vote on the tax levy required to fund this budget on April 21, when the election of school board candidates will also take place. School board (continued from page 4) istrators and other employees, and defending claims filed against school districts or litigating cases on behalf of those entities. The firm also advises its school districts on how to comply with and implement policies consistent with major areas of law such as the management of schools, staff personnel, the open public meetings and open public records acts, the tort claims act, school budgets, public school contracts law, school elections, school lands and buildings, and attendance and transportation. Stephen R. Fogarty and Rodney T. Hara are both partners in the firm. There are seven associates. Fogarty is a magna cum laude graduate of Saint Thomas Aquinas College and received his law degree from Widener University Law School in 1979. He was admitted to the New Jersey Bar in 1979, the United States Supreme Court Bar in 1985, the New York Bar in 1989, and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in 1995. 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The Franklin Lakes Chamber of Commerce invites you to MEET THE LEADERS of Franklin Lakes Wednesday, April 29, 2009, 6-10 p.m. High Mountain Golf Club 845 Ewing Avenue, Franklin Lakes An Evening of Mingling & Fun ~ Bring Your Spouse & Friends Hors d’oeuvres, Buffet Dinner, Cash Bar Wii Bowling, 50/50 & Door Prizes $65.00 per person in advance, $70.00 at the door Reserve Your Table Now, Limited Seating Call Jeff Allen Name _______________________________________________ 201.891.8790 Pre-pay registration must be received by April 15. Mail to: Franklin Lakes Chamber of Commerce Post Office Box 81 Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417 Address _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ Phone________________________________________________ Email _______________________________________________ Please Reserve ___________Ticket(s) or _____________ Table(s) Credit Card #__________________________________________ Exp. 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