Page 4 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • February 18, 2009 Ramsey Survivors, friends rally for American Cancer Society Ramsey High School and members of the community will unite Feb. 19 at a KickOff Party to officially launch the 2009 Relay for Life of Ramsey. The party will take place at 7 p.m. at Ramsey High’s cafeteria, 256 East Main Street, Ramsey. Dozens of families, caregivers, cancer survivors, school representatives, and local organizations will ring in the new season with a rally that educates everyone on how their involvement benefits lifesaving American Cancer Society research, programs and services, and the local community. Rally activities include a Celebrate, Remember, Fight Back video and information about how to get started with a team or become involved in the Relay for Life of Ramsey. Refreshments will be served. The Relay for Life will take place Friday, May 29 through Saturday, May 30 at Ramsey High School. The American Cancer Society Relay for Life is an overnight community celebration. Participants camp out, picnic, dance, and take turns walking or running around a track “relay” style to raise funds to fight cancer. The event opens with the Survivor Lap as survivors of all forms of cancer are honored by the community, family, and friends. At nightfall, the warm glow of hundreds of luminaria graces the field. Each candle is lit in honor of a loved one who won the fight against cancer, or a special someone who lost the battle. The American Cancer Society Relay for Life represents hope in that those lost to cancer will not be forgotten, that those who face cancer will be supported, and that, one day, cancer will be eliminated. Started in 1985, Relay for Life began with one man who walked and ran around a track for 24 hours raising $27,000. This year, Relay for Life will take place in more than 4,800 communities and is expected to raise well over $420 million. Borough resident spends spring semester in England Dr. Heather Sculthorpe is proud to present Tracy Collins, a 2006 winner of the Hygienist of the Year from RDH Magazine. Now Accepting Patients Laura Serafin Tracy Collins, RDH and Heather Sculthorpe, DMD CHILDREN’S DENTAL SPECIALIST 841 Franklin Ave, Suite 2 FRANKLIN LAKES • 201-891-0096 Specialty Permit #5582 BRAND NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART OFFICE • Specially Trained Staff • Digital X-rays • Latex-Free • TVs • Video Games • Toys • Prizes SATURDAY HOURS AVAILABLE Ramsey resident Laura Serafin, s sophomore at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s College at Florham in Madison, is spending the spring 2009 semester studying at Wroxton College, FDU’s overseas campus in Oxfordshire, England. Serafin is majoring in chemistry. Wroxton College, surrounded by 56 acres of lawns, gardens, lakes, and woodlands, is located in the heart of England, minutes from Oxford and Stratford-Upon- Avon. During the semester, students are housing in a fully modernized 17th century Jacobean mansion that was once the home of Lord North, England’s prime minister during the American Revolution. A semester at Wroxton includes a high quality academic program with the opportunity to travel and experience new cultures. Lectures, seminars, and tutorials are presented by professors and lecturers. FDU opened its British campus in 1965. SPEND YOUR TRAINING $$$ WISELY! �������������������������� ����������������������������������� • EDUCATED - MA in exercise science • CERTIFIED - ACSM, NASM, Post Rehab Specialist, MAT Specialist Sheila Keane • EXPERIENCED - 15 years one-to-one personal training • QUALIFIED - to work with geriatric, bariatric, Parkinson’s as well as weight loss, fitness and wellness In your home or comfortable, private training facility Offering Muscle Activation Techniques ������������������������������������� 201-488-4314 or 201-341-0183 Keane Fit & Wellness