July 15, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • Page 13 Ho-Ho-Kus Jottings Masciale exhibits at library Allendale resident Frank Masciale of Allendale is July’s artist for the month at the Worth-Pinkham Memorial Library. Masciale started his pencil drawings several years ago after he retired. These exceptional drawings include various sports and film figures such as Tiger Woods, Derek Jeter, Marilyn Monroe, and Frank Sinatra. Everyone is invited to stop in and see these one of a kind drawings. The WorthPinkham Memorial Library is located at 91 Warren Avenue, Ho-Ho-Kus. Woman’s Club names scholarship recipients The Woman’s Club of Ho-Ho-Kus has named Matthew Yeaton, Kelly Forest and Michael Milone as winners of its 2009 scholarships. Yeaton, son of Kathryn and Howard Yeaton, is a National Merit Finalist and president of the National Honor Society. He is a member of the school band and chorus. Yeaton plans to attend Columbia University. Forest, daughter of Jennifer and George Forest, is a member of the National Honor Society and a student ambassador. She has been active in the Girl Scout program. Forest is attending Villanova University in the fall. Milone, son of Barbara and Stephen Milone, has been active in sports and is captain of the varsity football team. He is a junior volunteer firefighter in Ho-Ho-Kus and took part in the TV production at school. Milone will attend Wagner College. All three recipients are graduates of Northern Highland Regional High School. Library accepts exhibits The Worth-Pinkham Memorial Library invites local artists, collectors or area residents with interesting collections to contact the library if they would be interested in displaying their collections at the library located at 91 Warren Avenue. The items would be on display for a month’s time. Interested individuals should contact the library director, Sandy Witkowski at (201) 445-8078. Author to address Seniors The Ho-Ho-Kus Seniors will host a program by Jerry Horowitz, author of “The Western Union Story” on Tuesday, July 28 at l p.m. Horowitz will tell true stories about Eddie Cantor, Jack Benny, Shirley Temple, and others that did not make it to history books. There will be a quiz show with questions and answers and prizes. The seniors meet at the Education Building of the Hermitage on Franklin Turnpike. Meetings begin with refreshments at noon. Ho-Ho-Kus residents age 55 and over are welcome to attend. For program information, contact Joan at (201) 444-4896. For trip information, contact Sue at (201) 4447235. Register for Reading Program The Summer Reading Program at the Worth-Pinkham Memorial Library in HoHo-Kus will be held through Aug. 28. This year’s theme is Be Creative. The program is open to all children in Ho-Ho-Kus. There will be book bags, stickers and other sur- prises given away during the course of the summer. For more information about this program, call (201) 445-8078 during library hours. Vacation Bible School set Ho-Ho-Kus Community Church is holding Vacation Bible School Aug. 17 through 21 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Children will participate in a hands-on mission project, Operation Kid-to-Kid™ that involves millions of other children across North America. Participants’ Bible learning will involve seeing, hearing, touching and tasting, and team building games and songs. To register, log on to hohokuscommunitychurch.com and click on VBS 2009 link. The cost is $25 for the first child, $20 for the second, and $15 for each additional child. For more information contact Donna Howell at hohokushowells@optonline.net. Volunteer Office Cookbook available “Treasures from Ho-Ho-Kus,” a revised version of the “Ho-Ho-Kus Hostesses” (1975) is now available from the Contemporary Club for $20. This cookbook contains favorite recipes from residents, U.S. presidents, the Ho-Ho-Kus Inn, and the Hermitage. Proceeds from this year will go to The Community Church of Ho-Ho-Kus. To obtain a copy contact Sandra Alworth at (201) 447-1438. Cookbooks are also available at Ho-Ho-Kus Borough Hall. Ho-Ho-Kusopoly on sale now Ho-Ho-Kusopoly, produced as a fundraiser by the Community Church of HoHo-Kus is on sale now. The local edition will look much like its popular board game inspiration, but instead of the familiar Atlantic City streets, will refer to Ho-HoKus properties and people. The game cost $25. Games can be purchased from The Community Church located at 400 Warren Avenue in Ho-HoKus. Call (201) 445-6310. VFW welcomes new members The Ho-Ho-Kus VFW, which serves Ho-Ho-Kus and Ridgewood, welcomes new members. The group meets on the second Wednesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the Post Home, 620 Cliff Street, Ho-HoKus. For additional information, call (201) 445-1121. ���������� ennials ������������ Per ��������������� ������ ���������������� �������������� ���������������������������������������� ������������������������������������� ����������� ��������������� 6-3-09 joan/janine RamapoNurseryColor3x2(6-3-09) 3 x 2”