Waldwick April 1, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • Page 9 The Waldwick Chamber of Commerce now has an executive secretary to help the organization forge ahead with its ambitious goals. She is Waldwick resident Kim Post, the mother of four children and the wife to John. Earlier this year Chamber President Christine Figliuolo recommended to the membership that in order for the organization to continue its growth and far-reaching programs, a dedicated, reliable, organized, personable individual would have to be added to the mix. Having had the chance to work with Post on some of her own events, Figliuolo decided to hire someone with those qualifications. “I love the job. It has given me and opportunity to be an at-home mom and be involved in the community. I get pleasure in making out town better,” said Post, adding: “Christine is great to work with and makes the job very enjoyable.” Since Post has come on board, membership has increased, and the daunting task of organizing the chamber’s 2nd Annual 5K/1 Mile Walk Event scheduled for Sunday, April 26 has been streamlined. “There is no possible way we could keep track of all the activity happening with the chamber these days if Kim had not come on board. She is an asset to our organization, and now with a dedicated person to handle all Kim Post hired to help Waldwick Chamber grow the `details’, we have a chance to grow even stronger,” Figliuolo said. Post’s current focus is gathering information on sponsorships and registration for the 5K event. “Although there is a lot of information flying around and coming at her from all ends, Kim stays calm, cool and collected,” Figliuolo noted. “She is now the `face’ of the Waldwick Chamber of Commerce, promoting the association in and out of town She is the person in charge of soliciting new members and taking care of day-to-day business,” Since assuming the position, Post has been working closely with Stan Kowalski on all 5K event business. She also works closely with the chamber’s web designer, Doug Yuen, to make sure he has the most up-to-date information to maintain the website current (www.waldwickchamber.com). Borough Police Department Report On March 7, police responded to a call of a fire at Borough Park. Officers determined that a pile of leaves had been placed around a picnic table and intentionally set on fire. Following an investigation by Det. Sgt. Kevin Smith, two juveniles were charged with criminal mischief. On March 18, Officer Adam Garcia arrested a 26-yearold Midland Park man for driving while intoxicated. The arrest was the result of a motor vehicle stop on Wyckoff Avenue. Following field sobriety tests, the man was transported to headquarters for processing. The driver was issued summonses for DWI, reckless driving, and urinating in public. On March 21, Officer Tom Dowling observed a vehicle parked in the Traphagen School parking lot. Officer Dowling observed that the passenger had a bottle of vodka on the floor by his legs. After speaking to the individual it was learned that he was only 17 years old. Officer Dowling also observed a small bag a marijuana and a glass pipe on the passenger side floor. The juvenile was transported to headquarters and charged with underage possession of alcohol, possession of marijuana, and possession of paraphernalia. ��������� ������������ JR. 2 BR - �������������������� 201-488-5085 ������������������ Now Renting ����������������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������� ������������������������� ������������������������� ������������������� ���������������� ���������������������� SHOP LOCAL Support Your Allendale Merchants Allendale Chamber of Commerce Visit us at XXX 8 pt. X height 3-25-09 Joan/Janine Prudential4x3.5(3-25-09) 4x3.5 Recapture your Microdermabrasion/ Facial $ ��������� Medical facials customized to skin type. ����������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������� Youth ! this Mother’s Day 99 Botox / Dermal Filler $ www.AllendaleChamber.com Spotlights on new and existing members on a rotating basis. Find out about upcoming events and goings on in Allendale Give the Gift of Rejuvenation with a . Gift Certificate 50 off ���������� Any Treatment. ����������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������� Joseph DeMarco, M.D. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 24 Godwin Ave., 2nd floor, Midland Park, NJ 07432 www.josephdemarcomd.com 201-447-1160