Page 10 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • September 30, 2009 Business Kathe Arzdorf, a long-time resident of Towaco, has donated $50,000 to the HoHoKus School Scholarship Foundation (a non-profit 501-3C corporation) for HoHoKus School of Trade students who are studying manufacturing technology. The donation is a tribute to Arzdorf’s late husband, Siegfried. “When Siegfried passed, I wanted to create a lasting legacy of him by helping students who love to work with their hands like he did,” Arzdorf explained. The couple came to America from Germany in 1954 and launched a successful business in the foam industry, the Arzdorf Machinery & Donation supports students of manufacturing technology Development Corporation. During a recent tour of the Patersonbased HoHoKus School of Trade, Mrs. Arzdorf said she was pleased to see her husband’s trade being carried on through a new generation of workers, saying, “Siefried would have loved to see the students doing hands-on training in a machine shop.” Although some areas of manufacturing in New Jersey have slowed, there remain many strong job prospects for technicians in the field. However, many high schools have discontinued shop classes despite a strong demand in these areas, making The HoHoKus School of Trade, the only accred- PNC Vice President David Parisi, Eastwick Education President Thomas M. Eastwick, Kathe Arzdorf, HoHoKus School of Trade Director Alan Concha, and PNC Vice President Thomas Chiolo. ited trade school in the State of New Jersey, a vital source of training for those who want to begin a career in trades. Owned and operated by Eastwick Education, The HoHoKus School of Trade trains students in all aspects of the building trades including carpentry, welding, machine shop, sheet metal fabrication, and New Jersey Department of Labor recognized plumbing and electrical apprenticeships. “Thanks to Kathe’s generous dona- tion, many less fortunate young men and women now have the opportunity to further their education and get good careers in the manufacturing industry,” said Thomas M. Eastwick, president of Eastwick Education which operates HoHoKus School campuses in Nutley, Hackensack, Paramus and Eastwick College in Ramsey. Individuals interested in applying for scholarships or learning more about the trade school may contact the school at (973) 742-0009 or visit WIN THE RAFFLE! ���������� ����������� NAME THE SEEING EYE PUPPY! �������������������������������������� ��� ���������������������� ����������������� Monday, October 19, 2009 • 8am 1292 Orange Turnpike, Monroe, NY 10950 Foursomes - Limited Spots Available • Shot Gun Start The Golf Club at Mansion Ridge All players must be paid in full by Sat., Oct. 10 $140 Per Person Includes: ��� ���� ��� � ��� ������������� ������������� �������� ����������������������������� �� ���������������� ������������������������������ ������������������������� ���������������������������� Continental Breakfast, BBQ Lunch, Greens Fees, Golf Cart, Prizes, 2 Hour Open Bar and Dinner at Legend’s Steakhouse Sponsor A Hole For: Gold - $250 • Silver - $150 • Standard - $75 EMMANUEL CANCER FOUNDATION Charity Headquarters Located in Midland Park ��������������������������� ������������������� ���������������������������������������������� ���������������������� All proceeds go to