Page 10 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • March 11, 2009 Waldwick Watch Students recognized As part of the student recognition program at Waldwick High School and Waldwick Middle School, Principals Kevin Carroll and Michael J. Meyers named their Students of the Month for February. Faculty members made the selections. The high school students who were honored are Kelsey Dunn for athletics, Casey Pizappi for Drama Club, and Leanne Mulvey for consumer science. The middle school students who received recognition are sixth grader Allison Reynolds, seventh grader Christina Myerjack, and eighth grader Angela Chen. Fire department offers scholarships The Waldwick Volunteer Fire Department is sponsoring two $500 scholarships for graduating high school seniors. One scholarship will be awarded to a Waldwick High School graduate and the other to a Waldwick resident who is graduating from another high school. Both candidates must be attending a four-year college and majoring in fire science or public safety. Applications for Waldwick High School students are available at the guidance office. Waldwick residents who attend other high schools may mail an application request to: Tom Giordano, 30 Durante Road, Waldwick, NJ 07463. Applications are due Monday, May 4. Donations sought for Attic Treasures Sale The Waldwick United Methodist Church will hold its Attic Treasures Sale on Saturday, March 21 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. All types of donations are needed. Donations will be accepted March 18 and 19 between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. and 5 and 8 p.m. All donations should be clean and in good working order. For more information contact the church office at (201) 652-5130 or (201) 670-4799. The Waldwick United Methodist Church is located at 25 Franklin Turnpike. Fashion Shown to benefit senior class The 2009 Graduation Ball Fashion Show is scheduled for April 2 at Seasons in Washington Township from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Fashions will be modeled by the Waldwick High School Senior Class. This evening will also include dinner and fabulous gift basket prizes. Tickets are $50 if purchased in advance and $55 at the door. To reserve tickets, contact Terry Sherman at (201) 612-9841. This fundraiser supports the 2009 ball that is held after graduation for the seniors. The 2009 Graduation Ball Fashion Show Committee is in need of more volunteers. Volunteers are needed to solicit or pick up donations, assemble prize baskets, sell tickets, or help the night of the event. Contact Nancy Pelech at (201) 652-5296 or Maureen Poppe at (201) 981-0450 to volunteer. Prize donations are still needed. This portion of the Fashion Show is a very important part of this fundraiser. Also needed are materials to make the prize baskets, including baskets, ribbon, cellophane rolls, labels, and tape. Pre-made themed baskets, gifts or gift certificates are appreciated. Contact Geri Musumeci at (201) 818-2607 to drop off a contribution. Folk tale performance offered The Village School Parent Association is sponsoring a presentation of “The Lion’s Whiskers,” a musical adaptation of an Ethiopian folk tale performed by the Catskill Puppet Theater. The performance will take place March 22 at 1 p.m. in The Village School auditorium, 100 West Prospect Street in Waldwick. Tickets are $8 per person or $10 at the door. Children, ages two and under will be admitted free. Call or e-mail Lesley Whyard in the main office for more information at (201) 445-6160 or Boy Scouts collect newspapers The Waldwick Boys Scouts will be collecting newspapers on Saturday, March 21. Newspapers should be tied and bundled no higher than eight inches for recycling. Please be sure papers are at the curb no later than 8 a.m. on March 21. Kane to present program on Ireland “Enchanting Ireland” will be the subject of a slide lec- ture at the Waldwick Public Library on Thursday, March 19 at 7:30 p.m. Popular lecturer, James P. Kane will present a one-hour armchair traveler’s tour of the lovely land known as “40 shades of green.” Kane served as a superintendent of schools for 25 years and is the winner of numerous awards in education. He has traveled widely and speaks on a far ranging variety of topics including history, linguistics, baseball, and travel. The program is free and open to the public; however, space is limited and pre-registration is recommended. The library is located at 19 East Prospect Street in Waldwick. For more information call (201) 652-5104. Lacrosse Association hosts fundraiser The Waldwick Lacrosse Association will host an evening of fun for adults at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Friday, March 20 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 and will include dinner, a DJ, and dessert. A cash bar will be available. The Knights of Columbus Hall is located on Smith Street in Waldwick. To make a reservation, mail a check to Meg Wanamaker, 2 Cathy Lane, Waldwick, NJ 07463. Reservation requests should include an e-mail address and phone number. All proceeds will go to the Waldwick Lacrosse program. Film series highlights leading men Waldwick Public Library hosts screenings of classic films on Thursdays at 2 p.m. A brief introduction setting the film in its historical context, precedes each screening. The theme for the month of March is “Famous Men of the Movies.” The schedule of screenings is as follows: March 12, “The Third Man” starring Orson Welles; March 19, “Shadow of a Doubt” starring Joseph Cotten; and March 26, “Letter to Three Wives” starring Kirk Douglas. Registration for the Classic Film Series is not necessary, but arrival before 2 p.m. is encouraged. For information, call (201) 652-5104. Book club to discuss Alsanea novel The Waldwick Library Book Club will host a discussion of Rajaa Alsanea’s “Girls of Riyadh” on Thursday, March 12 at 7:15 p.m. Alsanea’s debut novel, which sparked controversy in her native Saudi Arabia, concerns four wealthy Muslim girlfriends who support each other in the quest for the perfect husband. Copies of the book are available at the library circulation desk. The book club welcomes new members or dropins regardless of residency. The library is located at 19 East Prospect Street in Waldwick. For more information, call (201) 652-5104.