September 23, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • Page 17 Ramsey Review (continued from page 12) New this year at the senior center is the Fast Tract Bingo with Connie on Mondays at noon. Coed shuffleboard will be on Tuesdays at 1 p.m.; more players are needed. The Wednesday Woodcarvers, with award winner Art Keyes, teach their craft to all who wish to learn. The Crafty Sisters meet every Monday at 1:15 to knit and crochet. It’s a day out for the women to talk and make new friends. Their handmade hats, scarves, sweaters, and blankets are donated to churches, Bergen County YMHA, hospitals, and veterans. Donations of yarn, preferably new, are welcome. Instruction is available for those learning to knit or crochet. The Sunday movies at 1 p.m. with Bea and Marge continue with a new TV screen has arrived and the attendance keeps growing. Yoga classes are held Fridays at 10 a.m. Bring a mat and wear comfortable clothes. Club seeks new members On Sept. 22, the Woman’s Club of Ramsey will host a social event in a member’s home as a means of recruiting new members. Those interested may call Pat Bernius at (201) 6009399 or Paula Bartow at (201) 327-4516 for details. The Woman’s Club of Ramsey has a 100-year tradition of raising contributions for area organizations. The club participates in Ramsey Day; aids the local library, fire department, and ambulance corps; provides awards to local students; hosts the Heirloom Tomato Sale; and sends care packages to U.S. troops. Amish adventure The Leisure Club will visit the Amishlands of Pennsylvania on Nov. 18 and 19. The featured event will be the American Music Theater’s 2009 Christmas Show. The package will include bus transportation, lodging at the Fulton Steamboat Inn, breakfast at the hotel, lunch at Cracker Barrel, and a family style dinner at Miller’s Restaurant. There will be visits to QVC Studios, the Pretzel Factory, Intercourse Canning Company, and a stop at Kitchen Kettle Village. For reservations and costs, call (201) 327-4170.