Area July 15, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • Page 11 The Waldwick Band will continue its summer season with a concert on Tuesday, July 21 at the Waldwick Circle Amphitheater located at the intersection of Hopper Avenue and West Prospect Street in Waldwick. The 8 p.m. concert will feature trumpeter George Sabel. In the event of rain, the concert will be relocated to Crescent School, 145 Crescent Avenue in Waldwick. There are seats along the walls of the amphitheater, but concert goers may also use their chairs and blankets for seating. There is no admission charge for the concert sponsored by the borough’s department of recreation. Sabel, the featured soloist, was born in Brooklyn, New York and grew up on Long Island, where he played trumpet in grade school, high school, and college. While at Hofs- Waldwick Band continues summer concert series tra University, he played trumpet professionally, including stints with bands at Catskill resort hotels. The next 10 years were spent in medical training in New York City, including two years overseas with the U.S. Navy. He then moved to this area with his wife Barbara and his two children, and practiced cardiology in Westwood for 25 years. When he retired from medicine, he restarted trumpet studies and has subsequently become active in many local musical organizations. In addition to the Waldwick Band, where he serves as principal trumpet, these include the Metropolitan Orchestra, the Adelphi Chamber Orchestra, the Riverside Orchestra in New York, and several dance bands. In this solo appearance with the Waldwick Band, he will perform Edwin Franco Goldman’s “The Bugler.” Featured works at the concert conducted by Edmund A. Moderacki will include the “English Folksong Suite” of Ralph Vaughan Williams, Robert Russell Bennett’s “Down to the Sea in Ships,” and selections from Cole Porter’s “CanCan.” Also on the program will be several compositions performed by the Bergen Saxophone Quartet. Marches by Sousa and Klohr and other light pieces will complete the concert. There will be one additional performance featuring the Waldwick Band at Waldwick’s amphitheater on July 28. Information about the activities of the Waldwick Band is available at The U12 Waldwick Warriors team has been selected to play in the Cooperstown Dreams Park and American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame Invitational Tournament during the week of Aug. 8, in the home of baseball, Cooperstown, NY. In addition to competing against teams from around the country, members of the Waldwick Warriors will be enshrined in the prestigious American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame. The team thanks the community of Waldwick for its support. Back row: Coaches Kevin Macomber, Ray Contreras, Joe Badalamenti, Steve Corra and Joe Simeone. Standing: Brian Contreras, Joey Simeone, Ian Campbell, Danny Marro and Nicky Tortorelli. Kneeling middle row: Stephen Corra, Matt Cron, Jake Conlon, Jeremy Zaukas and Jeremy Macomber. Kneeling front row: Adam Badalamenti, and Garret Tom. Cooperstown bound Members of the Atlantic Stewardship Bank’s BEACH (Bank Employees Assisting Charities) Committee recently coordinated a Business Suit Drive to assist local, lowincome women who are entering the workforce. This effort is sponsored by “Dress for Success,” an international, non-profit organization offering services designed to help women find jobs and remain employed. Atlantic Stewardship Bank associates donated gently used business attire to be given to women making the transition into the working world. Founded in New York City in 1997, Dress for Success is an international not-for-profit organization offering services designed to help clients find jobs and remain employed. Each Dress for Success client receives one suit when she has a job interview and can return for a second suit or separates when she finds work. Since 1997, Dress for Success has served almost 450,000 women around the world. Each year they reach more than 40,000 women in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and the Netherlands. Bank helps women to dress for success Dress for Success serves clients by referral only, and women must have an interview scheduled before receiving clothing. Clients come to Dress for Success from a continually expanding and diverse group of nonprofit and government agencies, including homeless shelters, immigration services, job training programs, educational institutions, and domestic violence shelters, among many other organizations. “Atlantic Stewardship Bank is proud to support an organization that enables women to enter or re-enter the workforce,” said ASB Vice President of Human Resources Gail Tilstra. “Dress for Success provides these women with the confidence they need to move forward with their lives.” Atlantic Stewardship Bank, a subsidiary of Stewardship Financial Corporation, maintains banking locations in Midland Park, Montville, North Haledon, Pequannock, Ridgewood, Waldwick, Westwood, Wyckoff, Hawthorne, and in Wayne. Established in 1985, Atlantic Stewardship Bank is a full-service community bank serving individuals and businesses. 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