Page 18 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • May 6, 2009 Ramsey Review Heirloom Tomato Transplant Sale set The Woman’s Club of Ramsey is sponsoring its Sixth Annual Heirloom Tomato Transplant Sale on May 16. The sale will be held at the Masonic Lodge, located on the corner of Lake Street and Franklin Turnpike in Ramsey between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. This annual sale is a fundraiser for the Woman’s Club of Ramsey and helps to promote their charitable work. There will be a large variety of heirloom tomato plants offered along with a limited offering of some Heritage Hybrid varieties, the most famous of which is the Ramapo tomato. This variety was known as the “true Jersey tomato” 30 years ago and has not been commercially available for years. This will be the third year the club has been offering the popular Ramapo tomato. This year, the Moreton variety is being featured. This variety was often referred to as the “Fourth of July” tomato. There will also be a great selection of herb, eggplant, squash, cucumber, artichoke, and pepper plants in addition to the tomato transplants. These are grown by Susan and Richard Sisti of Catalpa Ridge Farm. They have more than 90 different varieties of heirloom tomato plants growing to be offered at the sale on May 16. Pink and yellow Brandywine, Rutgers and yellow pear varieties will continue to be offered. Many varieties have been added this year, such as TamiG, Trophy, Moonglow, Plum Lemon, and Nyagous. Orders will be accepted prior to the sale to be picked up the day of the sale. Anyone who wishes to see the varieties that will be available may visit for a complete listing; online orders will be accepted. Orders may also be made by contacting Sue or Rich Sisti at (973) 2094903, between 6 and 8 p.m., or e-mail jerseygrown@gmail. com to get a form. Senior news Plans have been made for the next bus trip to NYC for Wednesday, July 1 to see the new musical “9 to 5.” The cost is $90 and includes transportation, lunch at Carmine’s, and the show. Sign up begins Monday, May 11 at borough hall after 9 a.m. This trip is for Ramsey Seniors only. The Leisure Club’s spring luncheon will be held at the Village Grill on Tuesday, May 12 at noon. Call Jo at (201) 327-7531 for information. Stop in at the center in Finch Park for a calendar of events. Church announces activities The Youth Group at First Presbyterian Church will host its annual Plant Sale on Saturday, May 9 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Come to the parking lot by Growing Tree to see the many varieties of plants and flowers available from hanging baskets to annual flats. The Connections Book Group is reading “Change of Heart” by Jodi Picoult for the month of May. Copies of the book are available at the Ramsey Library. The discussion will take place on Wednesday, May 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Metzger Room. Any questions, call Di French at (201) 3274596. A Potluck Supper with a program on the Great Depression will be held on Saturday, May 16 at 6 p.m. Participants are asked to bring a favorite dish to share with others. Drinks and desserts will be provided. A sign-up sheet will be posted during coffee hour during May. For anyone who wishes to participate in the program with personal stories or “show and tell” with items from the Great Depression, see Linda MacDonald or Peggy Wissler. Call the church at (201)327-3879. Growing Tree Nursery School is looking for children to participate in a preschool program for three- and four-yearolds. The school has been existence for nearly 40 years. For details, contact Karen Robator at (201) 327-1030. The church is located at 15 Shuart Lane. Garden Club hosts Plant Sale The Ramsey Area Garden Club will hold its annual Plant Sale on Saturday, May 9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the old Ramsey Train Station off Main Street. A large variety of annuals and perennials from professional growers and members donated plants will be available. There will also be an assortment of hanging baskets, houseplants and special Mother’s Day Gift Baskets for sale. All proceeds benefit the club’s many horticultural and educational programs in the area. For information, call Joan Tommaney at (201) 327-8968. BEST PRICES...BEST SELECTION OF 2009 WEBER GRILLS THERE’S A WEBER GRILL MADE FOR YOU! Open Sunday 9-3 C and onstrationEvent Dem ales Truckload S WEBER ook-Out WEBER   5  STAR   DEALER See the WEBER Grill in Action • Taste the results Saturday - 11am-3pm We carry the complete line of 2009 WEBER Grills. Come see them all. WHY BUY YOUR WEBER GRILL AT HOME HARDWARE? Scholarship (continued from page 7) The Bergen Highlands-Ramsey Rotary Club is a member of Rotary International and sponsors activities that benefit both the local community and international public service projects. In addition to scholarships, the club provides extensive support locally for the Center for Food Action and Habitat for Humanity. Members also run the children’s rides at Ramsey Day, USR Day and Mahwah Day, with all proceeds going toward the club’s charitable activities. The Bergen Highlands-Ramsey Rotary Club holds weekly meetings on Mondays at 12:15 p.m. at Houlihan’s in Ramsey. 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