Area October 21, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • Page 11 Children’s Aid and Family Services recently honored the Junior League of Bergen County at the Seventh Annual Building Futures Awards Ceremony. The Building Futures Awards recognize individuals, groups and corporations that contribute to building futures for children, families and communities in northern New Jersey. The JLBC, a charitable women’s organization dedicated to developing the potential of women, was honored for community leadership. The organization has served Bergen County for 76 years and one of the league’s achievements grew from a partnership with the Children’s Aid and Adoption Society in 1973: Woodlea, a group home in Ridgewood that provides therapeutic foster care for teenage girls. Although Woodlea was later turned over to CAFS, the JLBC has continued to provide support for the home, including a $10,000 grant for facility renovations this spring. The award was presented to JLBC President Patricia Montegari by Barbara Bolger. Bolger, a longtime JLBC Junior League receives award for leadership Fall fundraiser, the 25th annual Festival of Trees party and auction on Saturday, Nov. 21. To purchase tickets to the JLBC’s Festival of Trees, call (201) 447-2292. The Wholesale Photo Academy School of Photography is offering free seminars every Monday evening in November at Wholesale Photo, 85 Godwin Avenue in the Midland Park Shopping Center. Everyone is welcome to bring in digital media cards, learn to preserve family memories in unique ways, and get great tips for taking better pictures this holiday season. The Wholesale Photo Academy classes include information that can be put to immediate use to improving a photographer’s skills. Classes are offered at every level from beginner to pro. Instructors are Wholesale Photo’s experts and follow precise course guidelines designed to maximize the learning experience. Even after a class ends, Wholesale Photo’s instructors are available to provide guidance. The Wholesale Photo Café offers new digital photo printing options using the photo kiosks with the creative program from Lucidiom, Inc. The photo kiosks offer consumers a Wholesale Photo offers seminars, café member, was chairperson of the taskforce that founded Woodlea. Bolger then served as president of the board that governs Woodlea for the following 36 years. This June, Bolger was succeeded by Trudi Dial, another longtime member of the JLBC, who will be honored at the JLBC’s Trudi Dial, Rosemary Bair, Patricia Montegari, Karen Lerner, Stephanie Mills Brown, Barbara Bolger, and Laura Genovese Behrmann. quick and easy method to print their regular photos and to create enlargements, cards, scrapbook pages, posters, notepads, DVDs, and custom gifts. “At Wholesale Photo, customers can get more than just high-quality photo prints,” said store president Les Berkman. “Our premium photo café will allow everyone to make truly personal gifts for their families in a fun and relaxing environment.” Consumers can create photo art pieces to match their personal interests and family occasions. There is even a game board for making your own photo checkerboard and cocktail recipe card layouts for creating unique invitations. The Wholesale Photo Café also offers a great family portrait studio where kids and their parents can come to have their holiday portraits taken. The studio even takes portraits of family pets. For details, visit wholesalephoto. com. 10 week session, Jan - March All games played in Ridgewood and Wyckoff Discover more and register online at: For Boys & Girls Grades 1 to 6 $9999 per child 10-21-09 kathy/janine BethLutheran2x5(10-21-09) 2 x 5”