Page 6 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • October 21, 2009 Business Eva’s Village recognizes Atlantic Stewardship Bank Atlantic Stewardship Bank recently received the Where Hope Begins Award from Eva’s Village. The award was be presented at Eva’s “Visions of Hope” benefit gala at Mayfair Farms in West Orange. Chief Executive Officer Paul Van Ostenbridge and his wife Karen accepted the award. For 25 years, Atlantic Stewardship has been providing quality financial service to businesses and individual consumers. In addition, the bank was designed to tithe, or share, 10 percent of its profits annually with Christian charities and non-profit organizations. Eva’s Village has been one of the many recipients of the bank’s generosity over the years. During the gala, a special lifetime recognition award was presented to Rev. Msgr. Vincent E. Puma, founder of Eva’s Village. For the past 30 years, he has worked tirelessly to establish the compre- Rev. Msgr. Vincent E. Puma of Pompton Plains. Karen and Paul Van Ostenbridge of Franklin Lakes. hensive anti-poverty programs of Eva’s Village. Even in his retirement he encourages others to support Eva’s mission to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, treat the addicted, and provide medical and dental care to the poor. Renewing their sponsorship of the gala is a long time Paterson business, Machinery Services Corp. and Rapid Pump & Meter Services. “We are so grateful to Rich and Aleta Taylor and their family for providing a major sponsorship through their Paterson based companies” commented Sister Gloria Perez, executive director of Eva’s Village. Eva’s Village ( is a Paterson based comprehensive, social service agency with a mission to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, treat the addicted and provide medical care to the poor with respect for the human dignity of each individual. Started in 1982 as a simple soup kitchen, Eva’s Village is now one of the most respected anti-poverty programs in New Jersey, with over 11 programs including shelters for men, women, and mothers and children. High school intern New Company Giving Away Free Turkeys! Bergen County has finally got the company it has been waiting for! All services are done in an eco-friendly matter without any harsh chemicals. To make the Grand Opening even better for its valued customers, MJM is offering free 15 to 20 lb. turkeys to any customer who spends over $200 between now and November 15. “Green Cleaning For A Healthier Home” (continued from page 3) dedicated to his continued involvement in program preparation and execution. In between he will help keep filing up to date, computerize a volunteer hours tracking system, make copies, and prepare fliers for distribution. The intern will also assist with inventory and stock control, according to Dent. The director said that since the opening of the DePhillips Center and the added responsibilities which that new facility entails, she has had to put off some of these duties. A senior at Midland Park High School, Aviles has his sights set on majoring in computer science and graphic design at Montclair University next year. 749 Boyd Road • Paramus, NJ 07652 • 201-995-3076 10-21-09 kathy/janine MJMSpecialty3x3(10-21-09) 3x3” • Playland • Turf/Sports • Archade • Wacky Science • Baseball We Are Parties Fall specials available now for a limited time only. Call Robin at 973-636-7000