May 20, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • Page 35 Waldwick Watch Memorial Day parade set American Legion Post #57 invites the community to the Waldwick Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 25 at 10 a.m. There will be a memorial service immediately following the parade at Veterans Plaza on Prospect Street at the police station. At the conclusion of the service, everyone is invited for refreshments at Legion Hall located at 46 Franklin Turnpike. Alliance to sponsor Car Show The Waldwick Community Alliance will hold a Car Show at the Waldwick Train Station on Hewson Avenue on Sunday, June 7 (rain date June 14) from 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Awards will be presented in all classes, with people’s choice judging. Proceeds will benefit the restoration of the train station. Spectator admission is free, and there will be food and fun for the whole family. The VFW across the street will be open for refreshments. For further details visit or call (201) 873-8919 or (201) 447-4635. Scout holds computer collection Kevin Borelli of Boy Scout Troop 308 is holding a June 6 computer collection for his Eagle Scout project. He will accept any electronic computer equipment in any condition: monitors, computers, printers, scanners, hard drives, mice, key boards, and speakers. Donations can be dropped off at the Waldwick American Legion parking lot at 46 Franklin Turnpike from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Borelli is working with Goodwill Industries, which has a long standing commitment to environmental responsibility. Students of the Month named As part of the student recognition program at Waldwick High School and Waldwick Middle School, principals Kevin Carroll and Michael J. Meyers recently named their Students of the Month for April. Faculty members made the selections. High school students who were honored include Steven Roth for athletics, Meghan Barthold for academics, and Eric Clohosey for social studies. Middle school students who received recognition are sixth grader Samantha Forte, seventh grader Bren Backhaus, and eighth grader Michelle Figliulo. Bronx Wanderers to perform The Borough of Waldwick will host The Bronx Wanderers in concert on Wednesday, May 27 at the Oval next to the municipal pool. All are welcome to attend this free concert, which will include the best of Dion and the Bronx. This free concert is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Strawberry Social set The Waldwick United Methodist Church is hosting its annual Strawberry Social on Thursday, June 11 from 5:30 to 8 p.m., rain or shine. The social will take place on the church lawn and will include ice cream, strawberries on homemade biscuits or pound cake, and a beverage. The cost is $5 per person, the cost of a half portion is $2.50. Take out is available. For tickets, call the church office at (201) 652-5130. The Waldwick United Methodist Church is located at 25 Franklin Turnpike. Legion seeks new members The American Legion Post #57, which serves Allendale, Saddle River, Waldwick, and Wyckoff, welcomes new members. The group meets the second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. Every Thursday afternoon, there is a social at 1 p.m. with shuffleboard, pool, cards, and spirited conversation on the agenda. The Post is located at 46 Franklin Turnpike in Waldwick and has plenty of parking. Call (201) 444-2704 or (201) 652-7104. Beekeeper to speak at library Bees are a vital link in the production of food, but billions of honeybees die each year as a result of exposure to pathogens and pesticides. Organic beekeeper, Jack Daly, will present “Saving the Honeybee,” at the Waldwick Public Library on Wednesday, May 27 at 7:30 p.m. The presentation will include a demonstration of one of the 13 beehives currently managed by the speaker. A native of Bergen County, Daly works as an adjunct professor in the Environmental Studies Department at Ramapo College, teaching world sustainability. In 2002, he was introduced to the beekeeping experience by Gunther Hauk, author of “Toward Saving the Honeybee.” Concerned over the drastic rise in the collapse of honeybee colonies in North America in recent years, Daly is interested in breeding a mite-resistant honeybee. 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. Girl Scouts collect pet supplies Girl Scout Troop 872 is collecting items for a local animal shelter for their Bronze Award Service Project. Items needed are: food, cleaning supplies, pet accessories, office supplies, and other miscellaneous items. For a complete list of specific items e-mail Karen at Collection boxes are located in the Waldwick Public Library, and at Pet Valu in Wyckoff. Classic Film series continues The Waldwick Library hosts screenings of classic films on Thursdays at 2 p.m. A brief introduction, setting the film in its historical context, will precede each screening. Registration for the Classic Film Series is not necessary; however arrival before 2 p.m. is encouraged. Call (201) 652-5104. 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. Pool director (continued from page 8) Adult badges (18-61 years old) are $50, senior badges (62 years old or older) are $40, and child badges (4-17 years old) are $45. Badge costs for out of town residents is $150. Registration forms can be downloaded on the borough’s website Previous membership holders who still have the photo ID, can simply mail the form back to 63 Franklin Turnpike, Waldwick, NJ 07463. New members can still mail the registration form to avoid the $10 fee and have the picture for the ID badge taken at a later time. For more information contact the borough clerk’s office at (201) 652-5300 extension 236 or 238.