October 7, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • Page 15 Waldwick’s 90th Anniversary (continued from page 13) Habitat has to raise in addition to recruit10-7-09 janine fundraiser at last week’s ing volunteers. A meeting netted $175. The matching cash WaldwickBanner(10-7-09) price was won by former Waldwick Mayor .75x10” Frank McKenna, who donated his share to the cause. Habitat hopes that residents and local religious and civic organizations will come up with creative as well as tried-and-true fundraising efforts to help raise the funds, including bake sales, walks and runs, car washes and canisters in stores. In addition to financial support from Valley National Bank and other corporations, the Waldwick project has received a pledge of $50,000 in matching funds from the Oritani Bank Foundation. Volunteer workers – men as well as women - are also essential. Saffire said that although state law restricts people “swinging a hammer” to persons 16 and 1919 - 2009 Mexico, a 2003 appearance before the Garden State Journalists’ Association, and three appearances between 20032006 at the annual Great UFO Congress and Earth Mysteries Festival in Bordentown. VanDerClock’s written work includes three research papers on the subject of the 1947 incident that allegedly involved the crash of a flying disc near Roswell, New Mexico. The program is free, but registration is required. Call (201) 652-5104. Habitat for Humanity over, even teenagers can help by serving as gofers or serving lunch to other volunteers. Future homeowners must put in 400 hours of “sweat equity” into their own home, which they purchase at cost, with no interest added. Habitat purchased the abandoned house from the Borough of Waldwick for $1 a year in July and will renovate it into four condominium apartments for low and moderateincome families. The units – two with two bedrooms, one with three bedrooms and one with four - will help meet the borough’s obligation for affordable housing. Once the units are sold to qualified buyers, the property will be returned to the tax rolls. Borough officials report that the project will have no financial impact on local taxpayers. The property, which had fallen into disrepair, was acquired by the borough in a foreclosure sale in 2008. Former U.S. Army Intelligence Agent Robert J. VanDerClock will present “UFO Update 2009” on Oct. 15 at 6:30 p.m. at the Waldwick Library, 19 East Prospect Street. He will cover highlights of his 16 years of research into unidentified flying objects, extraterrestrial beings, and government secrecy. VanDerClock has delivered over 85 lectures on UFOs since 1995, including a 1999 appearance at the UFO Museum and Research Center in Roswell, New UFO lecturer to speak Reinhold’s Bake Shop We Are Proud to Serve Waldwick for Over 50 Years! Where Baking Is An Art 1959-2009 Award Winning Pastries & Cookies Cakes for All Occassions On Hand at All Times ALL BAKING DONE ON PREMISES 32 Franklin Turnpike, Waldwick • 201-652-4454 Open 7 Days • We accept major credit cards Congratulations! Happy 90th Anniversary 10-7-09 Mike from Janine Reinhold’sAnniversary3x3 3 col x 3” �������������������� ���������������� ����������������������������������� TO THE WALDWICK TOWN COUNCIL Tuesday, November 3rd �������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������ For more information please visit our website: www.thechangewaldwickneeds.com ������������������������������������������������