Page 14 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • November 4, 2009 Mahwah Regional Chamber Connection The following companies are the newest members of the Mahwah Regional Chamber of Commerce. The organization extends a warm welcome to all. New members include: Academy Fire Protection of Teaneck, ActionCOACH Business Coaching of Franklin Lakes, ADT Security Systems of Elmsford (NY), ARC Marketing Group, Inc. of Tenafly, Allen & Allen Insurance Agency Inc. of Hasbrouck Heights, Barbara’s Happy Tails of Oakland, Bergen Corporate Health Services of Ramsey, BOBSCARDS.COM of Hillsdale, BrightStar of River Edge, C8 Group of Florida (NY), E.A. Morse & Co., Inc. of Middletown (NY), Eastern Planning Inc. of Pearl River (NY), Federal Credit Repair Services of Ramsey, Forma Photography of Wyckoff, Hori- New members join regional organization zon Foods of Stamford (CT), Integrated Business Systems, Inc. of Fairfield, JMA Architect, LLC of Mahwah, Lackland Self Storage of Upper Saddle River, NJ QuickBooks Experts & Bookkeeping Service of Mahwah, North Jersey Federal Credit Union of Totowa, Northwestern Mutual of Montvale, Oliver’s Chocolates of Ridgewood, Prime Travel of Ramsey, SBS Associates, Inc. of Westwood, Schwartz Simon Edelstein Celso & Zitomer, LLC of Morristown, Spotted Rooster Café of Mahwah, Terrie O’Connor Realtors (with offices in Allendale, Ramsey, Ridgewood, and Saddle River), The Franklin Group of Mahwah, The Learning Experience of Ramsey, The Promenade at Blue Hill of Pearl River (NY), and Valley Eye Associates, LLC of Westwood. New York museum trips offered The Mahwah Senior Center is hosting a trip to the Lower East Side Tenement Museum and the Merchant’s House Museum on Tuesday, Nov. 10. Departure will be at 10 a.m. from the senior center’s lower parking lot. The cost for the outing is $50 and includes deluxe motor coach transportation, guided tours of the Lower East Side Tenement Museum and the Merchant’s House and Museum, and lunch at Katz’s Delicatessen. Payment is due at sign up. Please note: The tour takes place on the second floor of the museum. Participants will be required to climb two flights of stairs as there is no elevator. Contact Suzanne Small at (201) 529-5757, extension 213 for more information. Advocating education Mahwah Regional Chamber of Commerce regularly awards a $1,500 scholarship to a full-time student attending Ramapo College of New Jersey. This year’s recipient was Karen Jans of the Sheraton Mahwah Hotel, shown with husband Roger and Kara Brennan, RCNJ AVP of institutional advancement and MRCC director. A S M A R T S T A R T T O S U C C E S S . Smart Start. Restart. The average employee changes jobs 11 times in 25 years.* Through Bergen Community College’s Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training, Bergen County adults have the opportunity to chart a new path to careers in fields such as healthcare, green technology, event planning and interior design. Call (201) 447-7488 or visit www.bergen.edu/continuinged to learn more. 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