Page 6 THE VILLADOM TIMES II • September 16, 2009 The Glen Rock Community Church will hold its Mammoth Garage Sale Oct. 1 through 3. Donations to this biannual event will be accepted until Sept. 20. Items may be dropped off at Fellowship Hall in the church, which is located on Rock Road. Proceeds from the sale will be used for educational programs, the children’s ministry outreach, and other church ministries. The sale will be held Oct. 1 from 6 to 9 p.m., Oct. 2 from 1 to 5 p.m., and Oct. 3 from 8 to 3 p.m. The Community Church Fellowship Hall will be filled to overflowing with every household item imaginable. Included will be dinnerware and cutlery, pots and pans, linens, electronics, garden tools, toys, crafts, holiday decorations, and numerous other items. For further information call Gail Sternitzke at (201) 389-6015. Sale items requested for benefit Graydon (continued from page 3) was there,” he said of a recent visit. “The Hudson River, I promise you, was a clearer water experience.” The statement elicited boos from the downstairs room where members of Preserve Graydon had gathered, and applause from the room where Fix Graydon Now members had assembled when the fourth-floor courtroom was packed and closed by the police. Preserve Graydon member defended the water quality, and Marcia Ringel, the group’s co-chair, said that a boy had recently spotted a $1 bill under 12 feet of water and dove for it. Opponents said the water quality was so bad that parents could not see their children if they submerged. But Daniel Castellanos, an experienced Graydon lifeguard now a Rutgers lifeguard, said the ability to see swimmers underwater has more to do with physics than with the water quality as waves and refraction often make line-of-sight view of swimmers impossible except from elevated seats. Some Preserve Graydon proponents also said that heavily chlorinated water is a health hazard to children with asthma and allergies.