October 7, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • Page 19 Wyckoff Wanderings Partners in Pride hold town-wide cleanup Partners in Pride, Wyckoff’s volunteer town beautification group, will host a town-wide Clean Sweep on Saturday, Oct. 10. Participants should meet in front of Wyckoff Town Hall on Franklin Avenue. Gloves, plastic bags, and locations targeted for cleanup will be provided. Refreshments will be served. Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. Partners in Pride will meet Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Larkin House at 380 Godwin Avenue. Refreshments will be served. New members are welcome. Class of 1984 plans reunion The Ramapo High School Class of 1984 has scheduled its 25th Reunion for Saturday, Oct. 17 at the North Jersey Country Club in Wayne. The event will be held from 7 p.m. to midnight. Tickets are $100 per person. Contact information for 22 of the 355 classmates is still needed. The following classmates are still considered missing: William Chris Beech, Carolyn M. Brzezinski Dwyer, Lynn H. Davis DeMaio, Paul W. Doane, Richard A. Dowzall, Caroline Foley, Laurie Ann Fox, Jeffrey W. Herbert, Jesse H. Hupp, Andrew R. King, Rachel Klein, Janice Mack, Catherine L. McGrath, Susan M. McKenzie, Gregg John Meditz, Teresa L. Patterson, Lisa Russo, Michael D. Shin, Lisa A. Smith Harvey, Albert Suk, Hasaka U.R.B., and Lisa A. Zimmerman. Contact Jamie Sheehan-Willis at jhswillis@hotmail. com or (201) 677-9180 or Jill Egeland Twomey at mjstwomey@yahoo.com with information about missing classmates or for details about the reunion. Prayer workshop offered Ellen Ratmeyer will lead a Prayer Workshop on Tuesday, Oct. 13. The workshop will be held at 7 p.m. at the Abundant Life Reformed Church, 475 Lafayette Avenue, Wyckoff. Prayer resources and suggestions for developing daily prayer time will be introduced in this interactive workshop. Call (201) 444-8038 for registration and information. Healing Mass, bereavement support offered Saint Elizabeth RC Church, 700 Wyckoff Avenue, Wyckoff, is offering a healing Mass on Thursday, Oct. 8 at 8 p.m. The Reverend Joseph Hertel, OFM, will officiate. The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick will be administered to all who request it, and prayer teams will be available to pray for individual needs. All are welcome to attend. Club hosts hayride, pumpkin picking The Wyckoff Newcomers & Neighbors Club will host a Hayride and Pumpkin Picking at Abma’s Farm at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 9. The cost of $10 per person (for participants age two and older) includes the hayride, a pumpkin, and snack. RSVP to Carolina McAuley at carolinamc@gmail. com. Vendors sought for Shopping Spree Night The Wyckoff Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary is hosting a “Ladies’ Shopping Spree Night” on Friday, Oct. 23 at the Company #1 Firehouse at Scott Plaza from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Any crafters or vendors who are interested in purchasing a table for $25 to display their items may call (201) 4451635 or e-mail sbethvp@aol.com for a contract and more information. Rotary seeks sponsors The Wyckoff-Midland Park Rotary is hosting its 40th Annual Beefsteak on Thursday, Oct. 29. At each placesetting there will be an advertisement placemat. Local businesses are invited to advertise their business on the placemat. All proceeds will be used for the Rotary’s charitable efforts. The cost of an advertisement is $35. Deadline for sponsorship is Oct. 1. The Rotary expects to sell 400 tickets to this event. For more information on a sponsorship ad, or to purchase tickets to the dinner, contact Beverly Lang at (201) 891-4123. Guidelines (continued from page 10) bins should be available on site for disposal,” said Councilman Nick Papapietro. O’Hagan said, however, that the ordinance should make the concessionaire responsible for disposal. “It’s easier for us to go after the concessionaire if we have to,” O’Hagan said. “We must have the proper level of cleanup after each event.” Another requirement from the committee, O’Hagan said, was that no flea market vendors be permitted. This would apply to jewelry, blankets, trinkets, etc., he said. The physical layout of the market was also considered important. O’Hagan said the layout should be orderly and specific, so vendors would know what they could and could not do. Each space, he said, would be 8 ½ by 19 ft. wide (the length of a pickup parked sideways), and all spaces would be grouped in the park and ride lot in the area closest to the stores on Central Avenue. Vendors could also accommodate pop-up tents in that space. He said it would be better to stay as far away from the children’s playground as possible so as not to cut off access to the park. Councilman Holst suggested that the spaces could be grouped to the side instead, allowing for a larger open area for traffic flow. O’Hagan said that a letter should go out to all merchants of the Central Avenue area asking for input about the market. “If they have a problem, we want to be aware of it now rather than in June,” he said. Plans call for the Farmers Market to be operational on Saturdays from June 1 through Oct. 31. It would be sponsored by a non-profit organization which would then get an operator to run it. The Midland Park Chamber of Commerce and the Midland Park Lions Club have indicated an interest in the venture, but nothing has been decided to date. Dear Advertisers, October is... Awareness Month Breast Cancer The staff of The Villadom TIMES has chosen this month to offer a focus on Women’s Health Issues and Breast Cancer Awareness. 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