January 28, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES II • Page 23 Glen Rock Jewish Center hosts Broadway Night/Dessert Theater Glen Rock Roundup (continued from page 15) Coleman fundraiser sponsors sought The Clara E. Coleman School is seeking sponsors for its 47th annual fundraiser, which will be held Saturday, March 28. The Las Vegas Style Casino Night event will be held at the Community Hall at Saint Catharine’s Church in Glen Rock. More information is online at www.ColemanCasino2009.com. Sponsorship packages range from $50 to $1,000 and include event website advertisements, marquee-style billboards at the event, and featured spots in a virtual program slideshow that will be shown throughout the four-hour affair. Cash, in-kind, and fundraiser item donations of any size and value are accepted and appreciated. Sponsorships and donations are tax-deductible. To become a sponsor, make a donation and get specifics visit www.ColemanCasino2009.com. Inquiries may be directed to Jodie Stewart, event chairperson, at (201) 689-1869 or by e-mail at ColemanCasino2009@yahoo. com. Nursery school registration underway Registration for the 2009-10 school year is now open at the Glen Rock Jewish Center Nursery School. This state licensed preschool offers classes for two-, threeand four-year-olds as well as Kindergarten Enrichment, Mommy & Me, and Summer Day Camp. Certified teachers offer a wide range of age appropriate hands-on activities with an emphasis on self expression, individuality, and creativity. The school is open from 9 a.m. to 2:45 p.m., offering half and full day programs, with before and after care available daily. All classes are filled on a first come, first served basis. Synagogue affiliation or any connection to Judaism is not necessary to participate in these programs. For more information, or to arrange for a visit, call (201) 652-6624 or e-mail grjcnursery@gmail.com. Glen Rock Jewish Center members and guests were treated recently to an evening of Broadway show tunes and delicious cheesecake and desserts. Pictured from clockwise from top left: Rob Weiss, GRJC Men’s Club president and one of the event coordinators, Board Secretary and ticket collector Melinda Goldberg and GRJC President Gordon Remer.; Member Jim Michael and award-winning soprano Gay Willis presented their audience with a breathtaking medley of show tunes; The group enjoyed an introduction from Cheesecake Aly’s singing waitresses.; Award-winning soprano Gay Willis won world recognition when she performed in the world tour of The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber with Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman. She performed to sold out houses in six countries including two weeks at Londons’ Royal Albert Hall and two weeks at Radio City Music Hall. Her moving performances of the Pie Jesu (Reqiuem) received rave reviews from critics worldwide. Gay then starred as Christine Daae in The Phantom of the Opera opposite Colm Wilkinson and later Ciaran Sheehan.; GRJC members and guests help themselves to dessert.; (center) Former GRJC President Michael Barber and his wife, Sharla, enjoying the evening.