Page 4 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • October 14, 2009 Ramsey Don Bosco to honor charities, alumni at gala soup kitchen serves 700 breakfasts and lunches to the homeless and needy, Tuesday through Saturday. Rev. Msgr. Neil J. Mahoney, pastor of Saint John’s Church, Parish Manager Vincent Smith and Soup Kitchen Manager Barbara Maran will accept the award. Rev. Louis J. Molinelli, SDB will also formally induct nine alumni into the prestigious Don Bosco Prep Hall of Fame, honoring them for the significant contributions they have made to their professions and communities. Inductees include: The Scavone brothers: Robert A., Class of 1978, Franklin Lakes: Stephen M., Class of 1979, Mahwah; Thomas E., Class of 1981, Wyckoff; Edward J., Class of 1984, Mahwah; and James J., Class of 1985, Ramsey. The Scavone brothers are partners in Wizard Capital, LLC and founders of Big Board Partners, LLC, of Ramsey. Michael Betsy, MD, an orthopedic surgeon with a specialty in sports medicine. Dr. Betsy graduated from Don Bosco Prep in 1990, and earned degrees from Harvard University and Dartmouth Medical School. He performed his residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center, and is board certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons. Dr. Betsy and his family reside in Upper Saddle River. Thomas P. Haskins, managing director of global emerging markets at Morgan Stanley. An alumnus of the Class of 1980, Haskins leads international lending to emerging countries that are restructuring their economies along market oriented lines. A graduate of Holy Cross, he is actively involved in alumni activities and is a supporter Enrico S. Gaglioti Don Bosco Prep will honor alumni, parents, and friends at the eighth annual Presidents Gala, a semi-formal evening of awards, dinner and dancing to be held Oct. 22 at 6:30 p.m. The gala will be held at the Westmount Country Club, in Woodland Park (formerly West Paterson). Rev. Louis J. Molinelli, SDB, director and president of Don Bosco Prep, and alumnus of the Class of 1979, will bestow several honorary awards upon several local charitable organizations. The 2009 Humanitarian Award will be presented to The Alfiero and Lucia Palestroni Foundation of Englewood Cliffs. This foundation was established by the late Alfiero Palestroni, a developer and Bergen County property owner. Alfiero Palestroni and Lucia, his wife of 35 years, made it their goal to assist individuals working to overcome disabilities. Lucia Palestroni and Christine Sayrafe, executive director of the foundation, are scheduled to accept the award. The 2009 Community Service Award will be presented to Saint Johns Soup Kitchen of Newark. Operated by Saint John’s Roman Catholic Church on McCarter Highway, the �������������� ��������������� Michael Betsy, MD of the school. Haskins grew up in Upper Saddle River and Franklin Lakes, and currently resides with his family in New York City. Enrico S. Gaglioti, partner in the equities division at Goldman Sachs and Co. A graduate of James Madison University, Gaglioti is a member of the Don Bosco Prep Board of Trustees, and is on the James Madison University College of Business Advisory Board. He is a founding board member of Give and Learn, a non-profit organization cofounded with his wife, Danielle, focusing on aiding underprivileged New York City school children. The Gagliotis reside in Ridgewood. Albert H. Wunsch III, Esq., principal partner of the Law Offices of Albert H. Wunsch III, a firm dedicated to the members of New Jersey Law Enforcement. He is a PBA silver card holder, Honored Citizen by the New Jersey Police Honor Legion, and a select member of the PBA Legal Defense Fund. Wunsch received his bachelor’s degree from Fairfield University in 1985, and his doctor of juris prudence from Seton Hall School of Law in 1988. He completed advanced degree work at American University and The Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC. He is an on-air commentator for TRU-TV, and is heard nationally as an on-air historian, performer, and comedian on the syndicated Joey Reynolds Show, heard locally on WOR 710AM. He is a long-time resident of Englewood Cliffs. Tickets for the event are available for $165 per person; (continued on page 6) Thomas P. 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