March 25, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • Page 19 Waldwick Watch Mystery Bus Ride planned Take a Mystery Bus Ride with the Golden Club of Waldwick on Wednesday, May 6. The bus will leave the senior center at 9:15 a.m. This event will include luncheon and beverages. The cost is $46 for members and $48 for non-members. For additional information, contact Lou Sherman at (201) 670-4211. Volunteers needed for activity nights Waldwick’s Fifth Grade Municipal Alliance is looking for a volunteer to coordinate the activity nights. The coordinator will be required to attend all the functions, call parents to chaperone and bake, and pick up supplies for the events. Call the Waldwick borough administrator’s office at (201) 652-5300 extension 229. These events will not be possible if no one volunteers. Easter Egg Hunt planned The Allendale/Waldwick PBA Local #217 will hold its 15th Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 4 at the Waldwick High School Turf Football Field. (Rain date: Saturday, April 11.) The hunt will begin at 10 a.m. and last until all the eggs are found. All children through the fifth grade from Allendale and Waldwick are invited to participate in the following categories: Toddler-Kindergarten, grades one through three, and grades four and five. Hunt for candy, fun, and great prizes. Admission is free. Children will also be able to meet the Easter Bunny. Remember to bring a camera and a basket. For more information, contact the Waldwick or Allendale police. Register for football & cheerleading Registration for fall football and cheerleading will be held March 25 at the Traphagen School music room from 6 to 8 p.m. Flag football is available for children entering grades one and two in September. Tackle football and cheerleading are available for children entering grades three through eight in September. Visit for forms and more information. PBA offers scholarships to graduating seniors The Waldwick/Allendale PBA is offering two $1,000 scholarships. The Michael Shanley Scholarship will be awarded to one student from Allendale and one student from Waldwick who wish to pursue a collegiate discipline in public safety studies. Anyone wishing to apply can do so by picking up an application at the Northern Highlands or Waldwick High School guidance office. Applications will also be available at the Allendale and Waldwick police departments. The deadline for application is May 1. Contact Allendale Police Officer William Kropke or Waldwick Lieutenant Ed Weber with questions. Association hosts fundraiser The Waldwick High School Music Parents Association is hosting its Sixth Annual All You Can Eat Pasta Dinner, to benefit the Waldwick High School Music Department. The dinner will be held in the Waldwick High School Cafeteria on April 3 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. A variety of pastas and sauces, meatballs, salad, Italian bread, beverages, and dessert will be served. There will be live performances by the WHS Jazz Express. Advance sale tickets are $10 for adults, and $8 for senior citizens and students age five and up. Children under age five will be admitted free of charge. Advance purchase of tickets is recommended and will begin March 31; call (201) 670-0612 or (201) 444-6903. Take out orders are available. Tickets can be obtained by mail by mailing checks to Clifford Singer, P.O. Box 84, Waldwick, NJ 07463. Please state clearly the numbers of adults, senior citizens and students included in request. Knights of Columbus to host Golf Outing Saint Luke’s Knights of Columbus Council is holding its annual College Scholarship Golf Outing on Monday, June 15 at the Meadows Golf Course in Lincoln Park. Over 25 students have received college scholarships awards over the past five years. For more details on the outing contact Joe DeFlora at (201) 444-7296. Fish & Chips Dinner set Waldwick Fire Department Auxiliary is hosting a Fish & Chips (or Chicken & Chips) Dinner on April 3 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Waldwick Fire Department. The dinner will be catered by Tastefully British. The cost is $10 per dinner and includes a choice of fish or chicken, chips and dessert. This is a “pick-up” only event. Dinners may be picked up between 5:30 and 7 p.m. at the Waldwick Fire Department on Prospect Street in Waldwick. For tickets or additional information, contact Mary Ellen O’Connell, (201) 788-1169 or Tickets must be purchased in advance. Education foundation hosts fundraiser The Waldwick Education Foundation is hosting a fundraiser auction/dinner on Friday, March 27, at Waldwick High School. Each class puts together a gorgeous theme basket, plus local restaurants and merchants donate gift certificates and prizes to put together amazing prize baskets. The event will benefit the students in Waldwick elementary, middle, and high schools. Tickets are $15, and include a dinner of chicken piccata and pasta with vodka sauce. Tickets are available at Plaza Jewelers, 10 E. Prospect St. Waldwick. For more information, contact or call (201) 251-8579 or (201) 251-8415. Fashion Show 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. Call Nancy Pelech at (201) 6525296 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. School board (continued from page 3) increase of approximately $33,000. Terenzio told the council that the district recently concluded a new 10-year send/receive agreement with Northern Highlands. In answer to a question from Councilman Gordon Hamm, Terenzio said the district is now in negotiations for the teachers’ contract, which expires June 30. The budget will be submitted to voters on April 21. Polls will be open from noon to 9 p.m. Polling Districts 1 and 3 will vote at Ho-Ho-Kus Borough Hall at 333 Warren Avenue; District 2 will vote at the school at 70 Lloyd Road. Hot dog! -- Sugar, a Pomeranian from Mahwah (being carried by runway model Onique Sco�), recently participated in Pet Fashion Week, which was held the Metropolitan Pavilion and Altman building in New York city. The show featured couture clothing, toys, treats, and bedding for pets. The dress Sugar modeled won the Fashion Institute of Technology Swarovski Crystal design contest. The show raised $40,000 for animal charities. Sugar is owned by Heidi Wise, president of Coddled Creatures, an inhome pet care company. 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