Page 2 THE VILLADOM TIMES I, II, III & IV • October 7, 2009 Candidates who are running for the local governing bodies in the Nov. 3 election are invited to send statements that include biographical information. Submissions, which may not exceed 150 words, must be received by noon on Wednesday, Oct. 14. Candidates may e-mail statements to Villadom TIMES reserves the right to edit all submissions. Candidates’ statements wanted Villadom Happenings Voter registration deadline nears The last day to register to vote in the Nov. 3 general election is Tuesday, Oct. 13. Voter registration applications are available at the local municipal clerks’ offices, New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission offices, and at Golf and tennis outing planned The “Roger E. Clarke Golf and Tennis Outing” will take place Oct. 19 at the Hackensack Golf Club in Oradell. The event is a collaboration of Wyckoff Family YMCA and the Wyckoff Education Foundation and will memorialize former school superintendent Dr. Roger E. Clarke. Proceeds will benefit the Y’s children’s programs and scholarship fund, and will help provide a college scholarship to a deserving high school senior. The outing will also support WEF, whose mission is to raise funds for programs, activities, services, and tools of learning that enhance educational excellence in the Wyckoff schools. Contact Nancy Addis at (201) 891-2081, extension 152 for details, registration, and sponsorship opportunities. Employment workshop scheduled Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church’s Career Resources Ministry, in its continuing effort to provide help to people seeking employment, will present the second of a fourpart series of its fall/winter workshops on Sunday, Oct. 18 at noon. The workshop will be held in the meeting room located in the lower church and is open to anyone seeking employment and those who anticipate possible unemployment. Parish membership is not required. These workshops are presented by the Career Resources Ministry whose members are dedicated to helping people who are seeking employment. Professionals in the field will present the workshop and will be on hand to give advice. This next workshop topic is “Define Your Target Market.” Participants should bring a recent resume or job experience information. Anyone interested is welcome to attend. For more information call Carol Shea at (201) 447-4215. The church is located at 1 Passaic Street, Ridgewood. Breast health to be discussed The Valley Hospital Department of Community Health will host a free program, “Breast Health: What You Should Know About Screening & Detection,” on Tuesday, Oct. 13. The 7 p.m. session will be held at The Valley Hospital Conference Center, 223 North Van Dien Avenue, Ridgewood. Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women. When prevention is not possible, early detection is the key to protecting health. Lauren Levy, MD, radiologist, The Valley Hospital will speak on the latest innovations, including digital mammography, and research regarding preventing, screening, detecting, and diagnosing breast cancer. Registration is required;call 1-800-VALLEY 1 (1-800-825-5391) or visit Knitting/crochet leader sought Bergen County 4-H and the Glen Rock Library are looking for a knitting/crocheting leader for a “tween” knitting and crocheting club. The Glen Rock Library will host the once-a-month club, where participants will learn to knit, crochet, or both. For additional information, contact Emily Haberman at (201) 670-3001 or Anyone with knitting/crocheting materials they would like to donate may contact Monique Bliss at (201) 336-6785 or e-mail Quilter Guild to meet The Brownstone Quilters Guild, Inc. will hold its next meeting at both noon and 7:30 p.m., Friday, Oct. 9, at the Central Unitarian Church, 156 Forest Avenue (at Howland Avenue), Paramus. Jo Diggs, the featured speaker at both sessions, has created appliqué landscapes for over 30 years. The noon lecture will be “Trunk Show” featuring two Ridgewood residents Kari Sharry, Elizabeth Clothier and Mary Adams decorate a holiday tree to be auctioned at the Junior League of Bergen County’s 25th Festival of Trees, ‘Cheers to 25 Years.’ Initially created as a holiday craft sale, Festival of Trees has become an annual fundraiser that includes dining, dancing, and more. In addition to the signature trees, an African Safari, grandstand tickets to the 2010 Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade, Hopper Passes to Walt Disney World, designer handbags and jewelry will be some of the auction items. Funds raised from the auction provide financial support to JLBC programs throughout the county. The evening’s festivities begin at 7 p.m. on Nov. 21 at the Hackensack Golf Club, 880 Soldier Hill Road, Oradell. Tickets are $100 on the JLBC website ( through Nov. 1 and $125 after that date. Cocktail attire is requested. For further information, contact the Junior League of Bergen County office at (201) 447-2292, visit or email Festival of Trees to return trunks full of quilts. The evening lecture is entitled “What Are All Those Stitches Doing There?” All are welcome. There is a $5 guest fee for non-members. Join at a meeting, or download an application from the guild website at For additional information, contact Elisabeth Boas at (201) 797-9051 or at On Oct. 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Diggs will offer a workshop “Miniature Landscapes” or “Freedom from Patterns: Fish and Flowers” The fee is $40. For additional workshop information, contact Peg Layden at (201) 8253578 or at Faith in Action underway Grace Church in Ridgewood will shut down Sunday service on Oct. 11 to allow volunteers from the church to perform acts of kindness throughout Ridgewood and surrounding communities for the Faith in Action weekend. Volunteers will be working at local schools, and at Ridgewood Social Services. Volunteers will also prepare and deliver dinners to 14 elderly assisted living residents. For more information, contact Charlie Devine at (201) 934-1052 or at Blue Moon hosts fundraiser The Blue Moon Restaurant, located at 327 Franklin Avenue, Wyckoff, is hosting a fundraiser to benefit the Christopher Barron Live Life Foundation on Oct. 6. This includes all meals (lunch, dinner, take-out and delivery) purchased on Oct. 6 from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. To participate in the fundraiser, present the Blue Moon restaurant with a copy of the flyer that can be printed from the foundation’s website at the following link: http://www., or by contacting Lia Issac at (201) 445-8350. THEO sets schedule THEO (To Help Each Other), the social club for widows and widowers, has planned several fall activities. On Tuesday, Oct. 6 the group will host an Italian Night with pizza and live music. There will be a Halloween Party on Tuesday, Oct. 20. The Nov. 3 meeting will feature dancing, coffee, and dessert, and the Nov. 17 meeting will feature turkey sandwiches, desserts, and coffee. Dancing, coffee, and dessert will be offered on Dec. 1. The Christmas Party, scheduled for Dec. 15, will include music by Dick Richards, sandwiches, salads, beverages, and dessert. RSVP by contacting Carol at (201) 664-1804 or Ruth at (201) 995-0661. THEO meets the first and third Tuesday of the month at Church of the Good Shepherd, 497 Godwin Avenue, Midland Park. Fashion Show fundraiser set Eastern Christian School is hosting its Second Annual Fashion Show on Saturday, Oct. 17 at The Bethwood in Totowa at 11:30 a.m. Enjoy the luncheon and an auction followed by the Fashion Show. Fashions are from a variety of local boutiques, including Shop Central, Leapin’ Lizards, Sal Lauretta, Stage Left, Antonovich Furs, and Sakora Rose. 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