Page 8 THE VILLADOM TIMES II • August 26, 2009 Area YWCA names Patrican director of development The YWCA of Bergen County has announced the appointment of Jeanne M. Patrican as the new director of development. Patrican has been a fundraising, marketing and public relations professional for the past 25 years. As president of her former firm, Mattie Associates Inc., she raised more than $10 million in donations and in-kind contributions for nonprofits such as Special Olympics and Native Voices. Most recently, she Jeanne was the chief fundraiser for the Franklin Lakes Volunteer Ambulance Corps and the Franklin Lakes Youth & Recreation Foundation. Under her direction, these charitable organizations raised $600,000 through the Oktoberfest fundraisers she developed. She has created and implemented campaigns for companies including Nike, Vibram, SnowSports Industries America, and ICI (Imperial Chemical Industries). She holds a BA from the University of Delaware and is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. She is a former board member of the Cape Ann (MA) YMCA. She lives in Franklin Lakes with her husband and son. The YWCA of Bergen County is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity. The Y is the area’s largest provider of child care services, a recognized leader in health and fitness programs, and operator of the county’s only Rape Crisis Center. Visit But STILL can’t lose that Tummy or Cellulite? Call me about VelaShapeTM A NEW Nonsurgical method of Fat reduction and body contouring • Non-invasive • No Anesthesia • No Downtime Beverly Dunn, MD Waldwick, NJ • 201-445-0032 Dieting? Working Out? Two charged with stealing $4,315 in coins Ridgewood police officers have apprehended two accused burglars with $4,315 in small change they reportedly stole from coin-operated machines after breaking into an office building. A 56-year-old Maywood man was charged with burglary, theft, possession of burglar tools, and receiving stolen property, and a 29-year-old Paterson woman was charged with burglary, theft, possession of burglar tools, receiving stolen property, and possession of hypodermic needles. On Aug. 14 at 5:20 a.m., a patrol including Lieutenant David McDermott and Patrolmen Raymond Turino, Peter Tuchol, and Jeffrey Casson, investigated a reported noise at the laundry room of the Cloister Apartments at 125 South Maple Avenue. Patrolman Tuchol spotted a man and a woman leaving the area carrying a canvas bag. The patrol stopped them and discovered that the canvas bag contained burglary tools. The couple had reportedly broken into an office building where they pried open a money changer. Police recovered the coins taken from the machine in the amount of $4,315. The investigation was turned over to Detective Sergeant William Hemmer and Detective Christopher McDowell. The detectives learned the suspects were in possession of items taken during a separate burglary in Hackensack. The man and the woman were remanded to the Bergen County Jail in Hackensack in lieu of $5,000 bail. In a separate incident, a North Van Dien Avenue resident reported a home had been burglarized while the family was on vacation. The police reported that the perpetrators had tried to enter the house in many different locations before finally gaining entry. Two incidents of vandalism involving graffiti were reported, one at Whole Foods and the other at a business on the opposite side of Godwin Avenue. Police are investigating. J. KOSTER Frame Your Summer Memories! Come See Our Gift Line of Coming October 14th! ����� in business Hours: Tues-Fri 10-5:30, Sat 9-4:30 27 East Prospect St. • Waldwick 201-670-7666 • A Pictorial Supplement to The Villadom TIMES Introduce that special woman in your organization to the community. It could be an associate, a department head, a valued employee or even yourself. YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD NEWSPAPER 8-12-09----Let’sFrameItSummer3x-3col x 3” Mike for PROOF... from Janine Serving Northern New Jersey LICENSED BY THE NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION LIC# 29703 Call The Villadom TIMES to reserve your space in this well-read annual feature. 201-652-0744. MIDLAND PARK, NJ – 201.988.5428 Advertising Deadline: Friday, September 11th