Page 12 THE VILLADOM TIMES II • March 25, 2009 Glen Rock Roundup Mid-week Lenten services offered Good Shepherd Lutheran Church holds its mid-week Lenten Services each Wednesday evening at 7:45 p.m. in the sanctuary during Lent. The next dates are March 25 and April 1. The Lenten service is solemn, with a concentration on the meaning of the journey of Lent. Holy Communion is offered at each service. Lent is a time of reflection and penitence in preparation for the celebration of Easter. This year’s theme is “The Prayers of Jesus.” Good Shepherd Lutheran Church will celebrate Palm Sunday on Sunday, April 5 at 10:30 a.m. with a service of Holy Communion. The service begins with the outdoor Blessing of the Palms and procession into the church. The procession music will be a joyous New Orleans upbeat march led by Good Shepherd’s Joyful Noisemakers. During the worship service, there will be a dramatic reading of the Passion according to Saint Mark, with congregational participation. As the tone of the day shifts from the joy of Palm Sunday to the solemnity of the Passion, the recession will reflect a New Orleans funeral dirge, again played by brass. For more information about these services, call Pastor Roger Spencer at (20) 444-6598 or visit the web site at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is located at the corner of Rock Road and Ackerman Avenue. Coleman hosts Casino Night The Clara E. Coleman School will hold its 47th annual fundraiser on 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 For information contact Jodie Stewart, event chairperson, at (201) 6891869 or by e-mail at Correction The caption that ran on page 14 in the March 18 edition indicated that Jim Seaton recently replaced a member of the Glen Rock Senior Citizen Advisory Committee. The caption should have stated that Seaton replaced Harold Sylvester. Fish & Chips Dinner planned The Community Church of Glen Rock will host a Fish & Chips Dinner catered by Thistle of Kearny, on April 3. Fish, french fries, coleslaw, beverages, and dessert will be served. Ticket prices are $13 for adults, $6.50 for children 12 years and younger. The price for a family (one or two adults and children) will not exceed $35. Tickets must be reserved in advance. Take out orders may be requested at the time of making reservations. Pick up for takeouts will begin at 6 p.m. and seating will begin afterwards in Fellowship Hall at the Hamilton Avenue entrance of Community Church. For tickets and information call Roberta Ragg at (201) 444-6025 or the Church office at (201) 444-4625. April Awareness Auction set The Glen Rock Poverty Awareness Project is planning an Art Fundraiser and Film Festival on April 18. There will be a screening of original films by high school students. Each film will be about on of the UN Millennium Development Goals. A guest speaker from Partners in Health will also be there. In order to make this a successful event, they are looking for donations of art. Artists, sculptors, photographers, etc. are sought who would be willing to donating a piece of their work. All funds will go directly to Partners in Health, which fights the diseases that plague the poor, such as malaria, HIV/AIDS, TB, etc. Contact Beth Fernadez at (973) 420-0079 for more information or to donate to this fundraiser. Candidates’ Night set The League of Women Voters of Glen Rock will sponsor a Candidates’ Night forum for the Glen Rock Board of Education. The forum will be held April 7 in the gymnasium at Central School, 600 Maple Avenue, at 7:30 p.m. Candidates will present their views on the issues in response to questions posed by the audience. Four candidates, including incumbents Barbara Steuert and Gene Calderon, and challengers Anita Kalra and Dina Rosen, will be vying for the three available three-year seats in this election. Robert Burslem and Sheldon Hirschberg will be vying the single, one-year term. This year’s election is scheduled for April 21. The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government. As part of its voter services, The League of Women Voters registers new voters and organizes forums for candidates whenever there is a contested election. For more information on the Glen Rock League of Women Voters, contact Sonya Loren at: or Nancy Croland at Antique Show Sat & Sun, April 4 & 5 Northerm Highlands Regional H.S. 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