August 12, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • Page 23 Ramsey Review Junior Football hosts fundraiser On Saturday, Aug. 22 Classic Auto Spa on 17 North in Ramsey will be hosting the Ramsay Football Association’s Hot Dog Bonanza from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event celebrates the opening of the RJFA 2009 season. (Rain date: Aug. 23.) The hot dogs are free of charge, but all donations made at this event will be donated to the RJFA. Movie Night & Blood Drive planned The Junior Woman’s Club of Ramsey has partnered with the Ramsey Recreation Commission and Community Blood Services in Paramus to conduct a Blood Drive on Friday, Aug. 28 from 4:30 until 8 p.m. at Finch Park in Ramsey. Participants are welcome to donate blood and then stay for the movie, “Bolt,” which will start at dusk. The Blood Mobile will be set up at Finch Park, located at 25 Gertzen Plaza, in front of the Senior Center. For more details about the movie, contact John Solarino, recreation supervisor, at (201) 825-8299. For more information about donation or to schedule an appointment, call Community Blood Services at (201) 251-3703. Blood donors are advised to eat a moderate meal before donating and must bring identification showing signature. All donors will receive complimentary cholesterol screening with every blood donation. Walk-ins are welcome. Juniors welcome new members Beginning Sept. 10, the Junior Woman’s Club of Ramsey will hold monthly meetings at 7:30 p.m. on the second Thursday of the month. Meetings are held at the Ramsey Ambulance Corps building at 41 South Island Avenue. New members welcome. Be sure to visit the Junior Woman’s Club of Ramsey’s booth on Ramsey Day to receive club information, and talk to members. Visit online at The Junior Woman’s Club of Ramsey serves the community through volunteerism, fundraising and social events. University announces Dean’s List The University of Delaware in Newark, Delaware has named the following Ramsey students to its Dean’s List for the spring 2009 semester: Kyle Andrew Dillon, a freshman biological sciences major in the College of Arts and Sciences; Jillian Rachel Dougherty, a sophomore art major in the College of Arts and Sciences; Michelle Marie Erli, a sophomore nursing major in the College of Health Sciences; Michael Frank Iozzia, a freshman finance major in the College of Business and Economics; Tiffany Ling Lee, a sophomore finance major in the College of Business and Economics; Scott Kyle Pritchard, a junior accounting major in the College of Business and Economics; Rachel Anita Rapp, a freshman accounting and finance major in the College of Business and Economics; Sarah Elizabeth Roberts, a freshman university studies major in the College of University Studies; Amanda Marie Sargenti, a senior cognitive science major in the College of Arts and Sciences; Matthew Mark Tuminello, a senior accounting major in the College of Business and Economics; Matthew Timothy Watters, a sophomore biological sciences and psychology major in the College of Arts and Sciences; and Shaylyn Elizabeth Welch, a freshman university studies major in the College of University Studies. To be placed on the Dean’s List a student must have a grade point average of 3.33 or above for the semester. Tisdale offers website, spirit-wear Get ready for the first day of school by visiting the Tisdale School website and ordering spirit-wear online. Items available include T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, blankets, umbrellas, and more. Visit PTO membership forms can be downloaded at www. Yearly PTO membership is $10 per family. Tisdale PTO will be at Ramsey Day on Saturday, Sept. 12. At that time, members will be offering order forms for the PTO’s Fall Mum Sale, and information about the upcoming school year and the fall Harvest Fest. Teens available for employment YES, the Youth Employment Service, has Ramsey High School teens who will babysit, pet sit, garden, and can handle computer and office work, and a host of other things. Call (201) 785-2300, extension 21983 or send an email RHS Band hosts fundraiser The Ramsey High School Marching Band and Guard Parent’s Association is selling tickets for its fundraiser. All proceeds will support the band’s activities throughout the school year. The marching band will be performing at the London New Year’s Day Parade, and the New Year’s Eve parade in Chantilly, France. The Parent’s Association is selling tickets for $20 each. First prize is forty percent of gross receipts up to $40,000, second prize six and a half percent up to $6,500, and third prize three and a half percent up to $3,500. The winners will be announced at the Marching Band Home Show held at Ramsey High School on Oct. 17. Tickets are available from any band parent or by contacting Eileen Gauthier at (201) 825-3083. They will also be available for sale at the following Ramsey businesses: Subway, Ramsey Corner Cafe, and Rainbow Cafe. Press releases and photographs may be e-mailed to Deadline is Wednesday at noon the week prior to publication. Library (continued from page 3) to be back in the renovated space in time to launch the 2010 Summer Reading Club. “We will have to close for a few weeks while we move to temporary quarters during the project,” Bloom said. While the construction is underway, the library will operate at 171 Lake Street, just before Route 17, on the east side of the borough. “We will be in the back of the Pavilion building, in space that will allow us to provide computers and some books and media for all ages. Although most of our collection will be in storage, we will continue to borrow items for you from other BCCLS libraries for delivery to our temporary home.” Patrons must have their library cards with them when visiting other BCCLS libraries, or they will not be able to borrow items. Bloom urges residents to act now to get a library card or to update an old one, if necessary. Neighboring libraries in Allendale, Franklin Lakes, Mahwah, Upper Saddle River, and Wyckoff have all agreed to support Ramsey during this transition. These libraries will have a supply of Ramsey Library cards on hand and can register new users or replace lost cards until Ramsey’s temporary location is open at the Pavilion. “The members of the board of trustees and everyone involved are thrilled that this project is about to start,” Bloom added. “We are more than happy to answer questions, and we thank our fellow libraries for watching our backs.” Details about these plans will be available on the library website: Information is also available by phone at (201) 327-1445 or via e-mail at 30 minutes of your time can save a life. Each year more than four million people ~ accident victims, patients undergoing surgery, and patients receiving treatment for leukemia, cancer or other diseases ~ are in need of a blood transfusion. 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