Page 2 THE VILLADOM TIMES I, II, III & IV • September 30, 2009 Villadom Happenings Legend’s Golf Outing to benefit ECF Legend’s Steakhouse in Midland Park is hosting its first Golf Outing on Monday, Oct. 19 to benefit the Emmanuel Cancer Foundation. The outing will be held at the Golf Club at Mansion Ridge, 1292 Orange Turnpike in Monroe, New York. The entry fee for participants is $140 and includes a continental breakfast, barbecue lunch, greens fees golf card, prizes, a two hour open bar and dinner at Legend’s Steakhouse. All players must be paid in full by Oct. 10. There are limited spots available for foursomes. There will be a shotgun start. Sponsorships are available for holes at $250 for a gold, $150 for a silver, and $75 for a standard sponsorship. Located in Midland Park, Emmanuel Cancer Foundation serves New Jersey’s children with cancer and their families by providing emotional, material, and emergency financial support. Last year (2008) marked ECF’s 25th year of providing support to families. ECF recognizes that each family has a different experience with childhood cancer. Consequently, ECF staff, caseworkers, and volunteers dedicate themselves to helping families address their needs as they arise. ECF continues to provide a comprehensive package of support at no cost and in the comfort of the family’s home. Services are coordinated by professional caseworkers who work with the children, siblings, and caretakers to help improve their quality of life as they grapple with the challenges of pediatric cancer. To reserve a spot at the outing, or for more information, call Legend’s Steakhouse, 118 Godwin Avenue, Midland Park at (201) 445-2881 or visit online at Book Club to discuss ‘Border Songs’ The Waldwick Library Book Club will host a discussion of “Border Songs” by Jim Lynch on Thursday Oct. 8 at 7:15 p.m. Tensions on the U.S.-Canadian border disrupt a neighborhood of quirky individualists in Lynch’s entertaining, action-packed, second novel. Copies of the book are available at the library circulation desk. The club welcomes new members and drop-ins regardless of residency. The library is located at 19 East Prospect Street in Waldwick. For more information call (201) 652-5104. Free business seminar offered The Foundation for Eastern Christian School is hosting a free breakfast seminar, Family Business Briefing on Tuesday, Oct. 13 at The Brownstone in Paterson from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Learn what you can do today to strengthen your business tomorrow. Participants will discover ways to protect and grow their investment with need-to-know updates from experts in tax-saving strategies, legislative updates, succession planning, and more. For more information or to RSVP, contact Beth Milkamp, events coordinator for ECSA at (973) 427-9294 extension 281. Little Gym to host Open House The Little Gym of Waldwick is hosting a free Open House on Sunday, Oct. 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at its 28 Franklin Turnpike location. Local residents can experience firsthand The Little Gym’s gymnastics, movement and other programs that help children develop motor skills. Programs are taught in an environment that is fun and noncompetitive. The Little Gym uses curriculum-based gymnastics, movement, and other programs to promote coordination, balance, rhythm, and flexibility. In addition, The Little Gym’s programs have a proven track record of enhancing children’s listening, social, and intellectual skills. For more information, visit The Little Gym at Phone the Waldwick location at (201) 445-4444. Harvestfest fundraiser scheduled The Christian Health Care Center Foundation will hold a Harvestfest celebration, a unique fundraising event, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15, at McBride Field on Franklin Lake Road in Franklin Lakes. The evening’s activities will feature a delicious menu donated by Market Basket and a special concert “The McVey Family and Friends, Broadway and Beyond,” featuring Broadway performers J. Mark McVey, Christy TarrMcVey, and Laurie Gayle Stephenson. Exhibit speaks volumes Hundreds of T-shirts were displayed on ‘The Green’ across from the Bergen County Courthouse in Hackensack as the Bergen County Clothesline Project held its 16th annual exhibit. The project was sponsored by the YWCA Bergen County Rape Crisis Center in partnership with the Bergen County Department of Human Services, Division of Alternatives to Domestic Violence, Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, Office of Victim/Witness Advocacy, Bergen Family Center, National Council of Jewish Women, Bergen County Section, and Shelter Our Sisters. This powerful display of artwork, which features shirts created by survivors or their significant others, is designed to raise community awareness of violence against women, men, and children. Pictured are Lil Corcoran, associate executive director, Shelter Our Sisters; Englewood Councilwoman Charlotte Bennett Schoen; Senator Loretta Weinberg; and Monica Roers, CEO, YWCA Bergen County. This year, the event will be co-hosted with Eastern Christian School Association. The cost per person is $150. Proceeds from the sale of CHCC tickets will benefit the Good Samaritan Fund, which provides financial assistance to those of limited means seeking counseling through one of the center’s mental-health programs. Proceeds of the sale of ECSA tickets will benefit its scholarship assistance fund. For more information and tickets to benefit CHCC, call Darcy Bickert, Foundation Assistant Director CHCC Foundation, at (201) 848-5796 or e-mail For more information and tickets to benefit ECSA, call Beth Milkamp, events coordinator, at (973) 427-9294 or e-mail Rummage Sale planned The Social Concerns Committee of Saint Paul Catholic Church, 200 Wyckoff Avenue in Ramsey, will be holding its Annual Rummage Sale on Saturday, Oct. 3 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The rain date will be Oct. 10. Among quality items are furniture, antiques, fine china and crystal, jewelry, household wares, gift items, and children’s large play equipment. Proceeds to benefit the food program for local families and Saint Paul’s scholarship program for children from nearby inner cities. Ramapo High Class of 1984 plans 25th Ramapo Regional High School Class of 1984 has scheduled its 25th Reunion for Saturday, Oct. 17 at the North Jersey Country Club in Wayne. The event will be from 7 p.m. to midnight. Tickets are $100 per person. Contact information for 22 of the 355 classmates is still needed. The following classmates are still considered missing: William Chris Beech, Carolyn M. Brzezinski Dwyer, Lynn H. Davis DeMaio, Paul W. Doane, Richard A. Dowzall,Caroline Foley, Laurie Ann Fox, Jeffrey W. Herbert, Jesse H. Hupp, Andrew R. King, Rachel Klein, Janice Mack, Catherine L. McGrath, Susan M. McKenzie, Gregg John Meditz, Teresa L. Patterson, Lisa Russo, Michael D. Shin, Lisa A. Smith Harvey, Albert Suk, Hasaka U.R.B., and Lisa A. Zimmerman. Contact Jamie Sheehan-Willis at jhswillis@hotmail. com or (201) 677-9180 or Jill Egeland Twomey at with information on missing classmates or for questions on the reunion. Class of 1979 to host 30th reunion The Ho-Ho-Kus Public School Class of 1979 is having its 30th Reunion the weekend of Oct 16 through 18. The reunion dinner will be held Oct. 17 at the Brick House in Wyckoff at 6 p.m. Call Steve at (201) 848-9969 or Lesli at (201) 612-9751. ��������������������������� Published every Wednesday by The Villadom TIMES Inc. P Box 96 (333 Godwin Avenue) .O. 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