February 25, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES II • Page 17 Glen Rock Roundup Knights host Saint Patrick’s celebration The Ridgewood and Glen Rock Knights of Columbus will host the annual Saint Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance on Saturday, March 21 at 7 p.m. in the Our Lady of Mount Carmel School gym in Ridgewood. This traditional event will feature live music, Irish dancing, pipes, a buffet dinner, and beverages. This event is the Knights’ main fundraiser. Tickets are $45 per person. For reservations, call Brian Conn at (201) 4453852. Last financial workshop scheduled On Tuesday, Feb. 24, the Glen Rock Public Library will host the final workshop in the Families Responding to Financial Change series. The session will be held at the library between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. Barrie Alan Peterson will explore the elements of emotional support, knowledge, and access to resources. These three keys equip individuals to successfully manage a job search, income reduction, and the many challenges of an ongoing financial crisis. While the series will end with this workshop, the collaborative learning can continue within the community. At Tuesday’s session, time will be given for participants to consider forming support groups of their own, or joining existing groups, including “Men in Transition” that meets at Saint Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church in Ridgewood. The workshop will provide support, knowledge, and access to resources in areas where participants have requested further focus. The possibilities include these areas of financial crisis management: budgeting, career change, job search, retirement decisions, guarding health, transitioning to a sustainable lifestyle, credit repair, and foreclosure prevention. Ten Bergen organizations cooperated to produce the Families Responding to Financial Change Series as a community service. They are The SOURCE—Family Support Group, the Glen Rock Public Library, the Interfaith Religious Leaders of Ridgewood, the Community Resource Council, Bergen County’s United Way, Bergen Community College Continuing Education—Corporate and Public Sector Training, the Bergen One-Stop Career Center, the Bergen Workforce Investment Board, the Valley Hospital and West Bergen Mental Healthcare. Reservations are suggested for Tuesday’s workshop and can be made by calling the Glen Rock Public Library at (201) 6703970. The library is located at 215 Rock Road in Glen Rock. Seniors plan theater trip The Glen Rock Seniors will sponsor a trip to the Hunterdon Hills Playhouse to see “Over the River and Through the Woods,” a comedy about an Italian-American Guy, by Joe DiPietro on Wednesday, April 15. The bus will depart Wilde Park at 9:30 a.m. The cost for the trip is $54 for members and $59 for non members. It will include transportation, lunch with a choice of five entrees plus dessert, and the play. For more information and reservations call Andy at (201) 444-5498. Group to discuss ‘Messages from My Father’ The book discussion group of the Glen Rock Jewish Center will meet Tuesday, Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. to discuss “Messages from My Father” by Calvin Trillin. The Glen Rock Public Library has several copies of this book available. Contact the center at (201) 652-6624 for more information. The Glen Rock Jewish Center is located at 682 Harristown Road in Glen Rock. Good Shepherd offers Ash Wednesday services Good Shepherd Lutheran Church will hold Ash Wednesday services on Feb. 25. Ash Wednesday, the beginning of the season of Lent, is a season of reflection and penitence in preparation for the celebration of Easter. There will be two services on Feb. 25. The first service at 9 a.m., followed by a breakfast hosted by the Women of the ELCA. The 8 p.m. service will feature the traditional Ash Wednesday liturgy. Both services will celebrate Holy Communion and the Imposition of Ashes. For more information about Ash Wednesday services, call Pastor Roger Spencer at (201) 444-6598 or visit the website at www.gs.lthrn.org. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is located at the corner of Rock Road and Ackerman Avenue. F O CUS on RIDGEWOOD ��������������������������� LAST CALL! Businesses & Professionals ood Chiropractors of Ridgew Dr. Louise DiGia of Family could help with that!” r. Mary Ann Fiscella and “I didn’t know chiropractic of neck or lower back pain,” the often hear patients say, complaining pain is gone, they for a patient to come in ents, when their “It’s not uncommon or so of chiropractic adjustm it’s a coincidence. doctors say. “After a month es or knee pain seem to be better, and ask if will mention that their allergi your The answer is no! 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