Page 16 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • October 14, 2009 Ramsey Studio participates in Portraits of Love Designed to bring a piece of home to soldiers around the world, the Portraits of Love project is employing the talents of over 150 volunteer photographers across the country who are opening their studios this fall, to offer free family portraits to military family members who have a soldier deployed overseas. The portraits will be uploaded to a website,, and a print will be sent, free of charge, directly to the soldier in Iraq, Afghanistan, or wherever they are deployed around the world. The goal of the project is to send 10,000 free family portraits. During the months of October and November, Portraits of Love participants Diane Bollen and Joe Brady of Dragonfly Studio will be taking professional family portraits of soldiers’ families. Military family members are invited to call (201) 696-6003, or visit online at www.dragonflystudiocafe. com to make an appointment. Family members must present a valid military ID to be eligible for this offer. “It’s incredible how motivating a simple family photograph can be to a soldier who is far from home,” said Sergeant First Class Toby Nunn, who has served two tours in Iraq and has worked with Soldiers Angels on a number of projects. “This volunteer effort is one more way that we can help our soldiers cope with their situation,” he said. The Dater School Parent Teacher Organization is sponsoring a Market Day fundraiser which is open to the public. Market Day is a convenient way to order great tasting food online while supporting Dater School. A wide variety of high-quality products from appetizers to desserts will be offered. Items include fully-cooked meals, single-serving packages, and ready-to-cook quality meats for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Anyone interested in participating is invited to place an online order at under Dater School Account 7653. Order forms may also be picked up in the office at Dater School. Forms must be completed and returned by Wednesday, Oct. 21. The pick-up day for all items ordered is Tuesday, Oct. 27 from 3 to 4 p.m. in the Dater School cafeteria. Market Day open to public UNICO inducts newest members The Greater Ramsey Chapter of UNICO, at the monthly October dinner and business meeting, inducted five new members into the Chapter. National UNICO President Andre DiMino and Ramsey Chapter President Ron Muzzillo presided over the induction event. The chapter also invited the Ramsey Fire Department, the Ramsey Ambulance Squad and Ramsey Rescue to the dinner meeting. President Ron Muzzillo presented each department with a donation of $1,000. Pictured above: National President Andre DiMino (far left) swears in Corena Ronaldo, Sal Pernice, Elaine Muzzillo, Paul Conciatori and Ramsey Chapter President Ron Muzzillo.The Greater Ramsey Chapter of UNICO’s monthly meetings are held at the Ramsey Golf and Country Club. UNICO National is the largest Italian-American service organization in the U.S. For more information contact Lou LaVigna at (201) 452-5002 or e-mail Lynn’s Pet Care Going on vacation? Away for the weekend? Work long hours away from home? We’ll care for your pets when you can’t. Please call 201-493-8442 Engaged? Just Married? Celebrating an Anniversary? Share the news with neighbors and friends! Announce your Special Event in If you ever danced as a child, or just wish you did– it’s never too late! We Offer Classes For Adults In Tap, Ballet, Latin Excercise, Hip Hop & Ballroom ��������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ Gift Certificates Available Retain this ad for a complimentary class. New Students only... Call now for details – Class sizes are limited! DANCE STARZ 201-873-6337 A STUDIO FOR ADULTS Franklin Lakes We welcome photographs. Send announcements to: The Villadom TIMES P.O. Box 96, Midland Park, NJ 07432