February 25, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • Page 17 Ramsey Review Club schedules spa fundraiser The Junior Woman’s Club of Ramsey has partnered with Simply Face and Body Spa for a March 4 fundraiser to benefit Foster and Adoptive Family Services. Simply Face and Body, located at 39 Interstate Shopping Center in Ramsey, will offer a special rate of $49 for a facial or massage combined with a lip or eyebrow wax. Everyone will also receive an exclusive gift. For an appointment, call 877-57-SIMPLY. The club will be accepting donations to the FAFS at this one-day event. Donations can also be made directly to the club at any time. FAFS is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation founded in 1972. It is the leading statewide advocacy agency for foster and adoptive parents. FAFS plays an integral part in the development, training, and support of New Jersey’s foster and adoptive parents. Their mission is to meet the special needs of foster and adoptive families and to advocate for improved foster care and adoption services. The Junior Woman’s Club will target fundraising over the next two years to benefit this organization and the over 9,000 children in foster care in New Jersey. Visit www.ramseyjuniors.com or www.fafsonline.org for more information. Senior news Plans for monthly lunches at the senior center are in progress. There will be a Spring Festival planned for Friday, March 27. Anyone wishing to provide entertainment for any of these luncheons is asked to call Denise at (201) 8251975. Please leave your name and phone number. The sold-out bus trip to New York City to see “South Pacific” on Wednesday, March 4 will depart from Finch Park at 10:30 a.m. The Leisure Club is planning a bus trip on Tuesday, March 31st, to the Cranbury Inn in Cranbury. Lunch and show will be followed by a stop at Resorts Casino in Atlantic City. For prices and information, call Connie at (201) 327-4170. Weekly activities are in full swing at the center. The newly renovated building adjacent to the center will accommodate those who wish to play pool and cards. The men’s shuffleboard group meets on Tuesday and Friday at 1 p.m. and the new ladies’ group meets on Thursday at 1 p.m. There is a daily walking group that meets every morning, Monday through Friday, in the Drug Fair parking lot. Join the stroll through the dedicated bicycle path to Interstate Shopping Center and greet the day with some positive energy. Yoga, exercise, bingo, art classes, crochet and knitting, Scrabble, woodcarving, mahjongg, cards, Sunday movies, and more are all available to Ramsey seniors over the age of 60. Stop in the center in Finch Park for a monthly calendar or call the borough hall at (201) 825-3400 for a mailing. Adult recreation leagues offered Registration is underway for the three adult sports programs sponsored by the Ramsey Recreation Commission: Men’s over 50 softball, women’s over 25 softball, and adult soccer. Registration forms are available online at www. ramseynj.com. League play begins in April. For further information, contact John Solarino, recreation supervisor, at (201) 825-8299. FORL welcomes new members The Friends of Ramsey Library organization meets the fourth Wednesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. New members are welcome. Call the library at (201) 327-1445 for more information, or visit the library website: www. ramseylibrary.org. Book discussion group to meet The Literary Ladies at the First Presbyterian Church will meet Wednesday, Feb. 25 at 10 a.m. to discuss “The Hemings of Monticello: An American Family” by Annette Gordon-Reed. It recounts the history of four generations of the African American Hemings family, from their Virginia origins until the 1826 death of Thomas Jefferson. All readers are welcome to join the discussion group. For more information call Jane Moser at (845) 504-5179. Alzheimer’s support group offered A new Alzheimer’s Support Group will meet the first Monday evening of each month at The First Presbyterian Church of Ramsey, 15 Shuart Lane in Ramsey at 7 p.m. This new support group is for families and caregivers and is being offered through the trained facilitators at Distinc- tive Care Geriatric Care Management in conjunction with the Alzheimer’s Association of New Jersey. To register, and for additional information, contact Barbara Siembieda at (201) 857-5283. How many households will your advertising message reach? Compare before you buy: Total Circulation by US Mail The Villadom TIMES........................ 56,300 Suburban News..............................33,958* The Ridgewood News......................5,947* The Town Journal.............................7,080* *from US Postal Service Statement of Ownership & Circulation, October 1, 2007 Receive the most coverage for your advertising dollar. Call The Villadom TIMES and get your circulation going! 201-652-0744 YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD NEWSPAPER