SIGNS – commercial, real estate, political, etc – are not permitted on lawns.
Dogs in the park need to be on leash and picked up after.
Overgrown hedges need to be trimmed back, especially from walking paths.
Exterior house and property alterations, changes, or tree removals need to first have an architectural application submitted and approved.
BOTH RADBURN POOLS WILL CLOSE ON LABOR DAY, SEPT 4TH
Another fun summer at the pools is winding down. Both pools will close for the 2017 season at 7:00pm on Labor Day, Monday, Sept 4th. Thank you to all pool employees for their diligence in keeping all residents safe.
NEW BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY
I Know a Secret: A Rizzoli & Isles Novel – Gerritsen, Tess
Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI – Grann, David
American Fire: Love, Arson, and Life in a Vanishing Land – Hesse, Monica
Before Evil (Maggie O'Dell) – Kava, Alex
The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America – Larson, Erik
The Breakdown – Paris, B. A.
Exposed: A Rosato & DiNunzio Novel – Scottoline, Lisa
The Good Daughter: A Novel – Slaughter Karin
The Lying Game: A Novel – Ware, Ruth
LOUIS BEROWITZ, formerly of Burlington Place, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, July 31st. Our condolences to sons, Jake and Sam, and extended family and loved ones.
Radburn is home to a part time pre-school which meets from 9:30 – noon and begins on Wed, Sept 13th. Two-year olds attend two days a week (this group begins on Thurs, Sept 14th); three-year olds meet three days, and the Pre-K group meets daily. Tuition is based on age group and discounted rates apply to Radburn residents.
RADBURN PLAYERS FALL PRODUCTION
The Radburn Players of Fair Lawn are pleased to announce their fall 2017 production of Cry Havoc.
A play written by Allan Kenward, it revolves around Army nurses on Bataan who are tired, hungry and frightened.
They are in need of help. The help that arrives is a group of raw recruits from many different backgrounds, including a stripper, a southern princess and a waitress. Conflict is inevitable and played out against the background of war.
Auditions are September 5th and 6th at 8pm at the Grange, 29-20 Fair Lawn Ave, with performances in November.
Cast 12 women 21-60 yrs. Director Natalie Ross.
More information call 201 873-5570; or visit www.radburnplayers.com
THANK YOU, SUMMER STAFF OF 2017
CONGRATULATIONS to PG Counselor of the YEAR, Fay Feygin, counselor for 3 & 4 girls, as well as a lifeguard, and for Daniel Israellson for week 5, and Dina Mulroy for week six.
TOT LOT opened with Luann Wilkins at the helm in the beginning of the summer, followed by Gwen Greenwald at the end of June. Experienced staff included: Maria Compolo, Claire Hayes, Paz Shalom.
Radburn extends continued success to the following seniors who are packing up their LG whistles, swim team trophies, and ceramics and tie-dye shirts from Playgroup as they prepare for their college days. Best wishes to: Nick Cicero (Cornell); Michael Compolo (William Paterson University); Calvin Farley (Fairleigh Dickinson); Charlotte Glassett (Muhlenberg); Dina Mulroy (Loyola); Laura Paganello (Pratt Institute of Art); Jill Neggia (College of New Jersey), and Alex Weisberger (Rowan).
RADBURN PLAYERS FALL PRODUCTION
The Radburn Players of Fair Lawn are pleased to announce their fall 2017 production of Cry Havoc. A play written by Allan Kenward, it revolves around Army nurses on Bataan who are tired, hungry and frightened. They are in need of help. The help that arrives is a group of raw recruits from many different backgrounds, including a stripper, a southern princess and a waitress. Conflict is inevitable and played out against the background of war. Auditions are September 5th and 6th at 8pm at the Grange, 29-20 Fair Lawn Ave, with performances in November. Cast 12 women 21-60 yrs. Director Natalie Ross. For more information please call 201 873-5570; or visit www.radburnplayers.com
RADBURN SWIM TEAM
The Radburn Swim Team had record-breaking season this summer! We are ecstatic to report that we had 122 swimmers on the team—61 of those swimmers being under the age of 9! After a tough loss to Fair Lawn, we ended the season 3-1 and came in 3rd place at the league championships. This was also the first time in over 5 years that our team broke over 200 points at the championships, which is a result of the hard work and dedication that our swimmers put in this summer!
Our excellent 8 &under swimmers had an amazing season this year. Many of these swimmers were first time members of the swim team and all were able to complete a full lap of freestyle at our final home meet! The 8 & unders worked hard at practice each day, and their hard work definitely paid off. The 8 &under swimmers include: Chloe Alania, Adrian Amatuzzi, Vincent Amatuzzi, Julian Amin, Adam Bajranovic, Jonathan Bas, Lucy Bontekoe, Sam Bontekoe, Ella Chamberlain, Jackie Chevrier, John Clark, Tommy Clark, Dori Cohen, Lennox Cohen, Maddie Cohen, Julia Cortese, Lena Danilewicz, Vincent Danilewicz, Natalie Davis, Giuliana DiGeronimo, Chris Ferrante, Nicholas Ferrante, Daniella Graff, James Graff, Desmond Graham, Hannah Hakim, Mili Hauben, Romy Haverman, Antonio Ingrati, Izzy Malin, Maddy Malin, Hannah McConnell, Alicia McLeon, Cash Miles, Hunter Miles, Emersyn Montalvo, Jacoby Narkiewicz, Max Nozderko, Miller Ochs, Nate Plaksienko, Dylan Rosenberg, Juliet Rosenberg, Jay Rudnick, Maya Rudnick, Mia Shalom, Zarah Shroff, George Siabanis, Theo Siabania, Alessandra Sommar, Nathaniel Sommar, Izzy Stein, Cole Stevens, Ben Suehr, Sophie Teegufenho, Rachel Thor, Kaya Vehrtiens, Cameron Weidhorn, Asher Weinraub, Avi Weinraub, Juliet Wilson, and Paul Wilson.
The 9/10 age group had a magnificent season and contributed to a huge portion of the points scored at each meet. They worked wonderfully together and were excellent teammates to the other swimmers. They are a competitive group and won a ton of races this summer! The 9/10 swimmers include: Mick Abernathy, Chase Amin, Liam Bas, Will Bontekoe, Jack Chamberlain, Ayelet Cohen, Sydney Cohen, Isabella Cortese, Sophia Cortese, Devon Denio, Riley Denio, Paloma DiGeronimo, Carina DiMaggio, Dominic DiMaggio, Michael Ferrante, Yarden Hauben, Gilad Kogan, Unzile Koksal, Zeynep Koksal, Michaela Lash, Jared Lopez, Daniel Pascual, Dylan Pollock, Madeleine Romanik, Victoria Seidler, and Kenan Sengul.
The 11/12 age group had a very strong and very successful season. These swimmers really stepped up to the plate as this was the first summer, for many of them, where they had to swim two laps in a swim meet instead of one. They came to morning practice each day and worked extremely hard, and it most definitely paid off! The 11/12 swimmers include: Ariel Alania, Daniel Bahrijczuk, Maryann Bahrijczul, Ronen Bas, Alec Cameron, Daniel Cohen, Gilad Cohen, Makenzie Davis, Sean Drahouzal, Charlotte Farley, Eli Haverman, Giana Ingrati, Ella Lebet, Andres Lopez, Gigi Ochs, Isabella Pollock, and Cyrus Shroff.
Our 13/14 age group is filled with many talented swimmers. These swimmers were up for any challenge and many helped our team out by swimming up in the 15/17 age group. This group works really hard and loves to have fun in both practice and the swim meets. These swimmers never disappoint in a race and work together as a team to have jaw-dropping relays each meet! The 13/14 age group includes: Matthew Cameron, Hunter Coates, Luke Farley, Ella Ferat, Maya Guennouni, Laeyah Montalvo, Nico O’Neill, Emma Radice, Luis Rubio, Romi Shalom, and Andy Weisberger.
The 15/17 age group may be our smallest group, but they definitely have no problem leading The Radburn Swim Team both in and out of the pool. These swimmers are a pleasure to coach and are great role models for our younger swimmers. They are capable of swimming the most grueling events at our swim meets, and do so with good spirits knowing they are really helping our team out! We are ecstatic that none of our 15/17 swimmers graduated from the swim team this year, and hope they will all be back next year! The 15/17 swimmers include: August Abernathy, Ben Cameron, Shira Cohen, Johnny Radice, and Ziv Shalom.
Thank you to everyone for your support of The Radburn Swim Team this summer! We had a blast watching the swimmers grow both in and out of the pool and look forward to another successful summer of swimming next year!
THIRD QUARTER BILLS
Radburn bills were mailed out in June and due on July 1st. If payment is not received in the office by July 30th, a 4 % finance fee will be added to the quarterly amount. Be sure to include your address on the check
SUMMER STAFF APPRECIATION
PLAYGROUP was led by our experienced staff of Kelly Sullivan, Supervisor; Jim Hegybeli, Asst Supr, and Rebecca Carlone, Trip Supr, and Arts & Crafts. Our 2017 staff included: Calvin Farley, Helyna Hedeman, Ethan Taylor, & Samantha Main (Pre-K group); August Abernathy, Chloe Goldberg, and Rachel Zuckerberg (K group); Renee Checinski, Karen Northrop, Madison Brooks, and Stephanie Feuerstein (1-2 Girls); Alex Weisberger, Daniel Israelsson, Jake Goodnow, & Michael Compolo (1 – 2 Boys); Melanie Ressler, Fay Feygin, & Kira Meerholz (3-4 Girls), William Horowitz, Cole Bosch, and Eli Gemeinhardt (3-4 Boys); Dina Mulroy, Caitlin Carney, Miriam Sapozhnikov ( 5 & 6 Girls), and Michael Checinski & Joseph Compolo (5 & 6 Boys)
CONGRATULATIONS to PG counselors of the week for weeks three (Fay Feygin) and four (Calvin Farley)
TOT LOT opened with Luann Wilkins at the helm in the beginning of the summer, followed by Gwen Greenwald at the end of June. Experienced staff included: Maria Compolo, Claire Hayes, Paz Shalom,
POOL ASSISTANTS & MANAGER: Ken Abrey, in his 14th year as Pool Manager, was assisted by PAs Lucky Abernathy, Haley Cicero, Nick Cicero, Annie King, Jill Neggia, Dina Mulroy, Laura Paganello, Austin Tobey, and Alex Weisberger.
LIFEGUARDS: August Abernathy, Ben Cameron, Michael Checinski, Renee Checinski, Dan Dunnigan, Fay Feygin, Charlotte Glassett, Clare Hayes, Helyna Hedeman, Julia Holzsager, Stefan Hopwood, Will Horowitz, Steven Keylin, Ben Liss, Adin Outcalt, John Radice, Eli Rosenberg, Paz Shalom, Ziv Shalom, Ariel Wilk, Amon Yamoura
SAVES: Special thanks to Charlotte Glassett, Helyna Hedeman & Austin Tobey for their attentiveness and quick responses at the pools recently. This summer our well-trained lifeguards have documented seven saves.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 4th SCHEDULE
Tot Lot and Playgroup will both end on Friday, August 4th. Tot Lot will have a pizza lunch on Thursday, August 3rd and Playgroup will wrap up on the fourth with a Subway lunch day (if not pre-ordered, please send your child with an appropriate alternative) and end at 12:30pm. Afterwards, all Radburn staff are invited to a staff luncheon at the Grange, beginning at 1:00pm.
Both pools are closed for the luncheon, and will reopen at 4:00pm ( R pool ), and 7:00pm ( B pool ).
The final movie of the summer – Secret Life of Pets – will begin at dusk at the B park stage.
RADBURN CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION – FAMILY DAY, 2017
And just like that another Radburn Family Day has gone into our books! This truly is a community event in every sense of the word, from the many hours of planning and coordinating, to the stringing of lights, painting of faces, contracts reviewed and signed, tables arranged, meals prepared, pies eaten, eggs tossed and dances danced...it really takes a village...a village I am so very proud to call our home.
Thank you again to all of you who helped personally make Radburn Family Day 2017 a success. None of this would have been possible without your volunteer efforts.
First and foremost, I need to thank my RCA Executive Team – Janie Alania, Jennifer Wylie and Jill Davis. These women spent hours upon hours of their time away from family and friends to be at meetings, on group texts, on calls, Facebook, etc. helping prepare and plan everything for this weekend to actually happen. Thank you, thank you, thank you for all you have done for your friends and neighbors, and, in particular, for helping me get through my first Family Day as RCA President!!!!
Thank you to Liz Kuriyama for all of her work in spearheading Friday night’s events. Although the rain caused us to cancel the outdoor events, Liz was on top of her game for months to make sure everything was ready to go for our planned dance party and hot dog extravaganza. Thank you also to everyone who baked for the roaming bake sale that was supposed to happen that night; I am sure your desserts made some very lucky people incredibly happy!!! Thank you also to The Dutch House and The Railyard Tavern for offering rainy-day discounts to the Radburn community that night. Another special thanks to Shana Cohen and Leya Hakim for planning and setting up the amazing (and delicious) return of the Dinner in the Park. For those of you who had a chance to see the set-up or dine with us, it was truly a vision for the eyes and a delight for the taste buds! Thank you also to all of our dinner volunteers – Lourena Keilblock, Michele Gehbauer, Terry Buksar, Jessica Ochs, Gloria Morell, Emilio Morell, Danny Hakim, Shana Cohen, Leya Hakim, Jessica Garrett, Mike Bradway and Even Bolla!!
Thank you to John Davis for running our amazing light show at the Saturday night concert. In addition to running around to make sure we had what we needed to illuminate The Shots, John spent many hours setting up for the band and then taking down the lights/clearing the stage. Many thanks to Dave Wilson for helping out late-night as well!!!
Thank you to The Grange’s George Pagonis and our runners, Jake Berowitz and Joe Compolo, for all of their help in setting up for our Family Day events. George knew everything that needed to happen and made sure it did; Jake and Joe were with the RCA Executive Team the entire day on Saturday and made sure nothing was missed and everything went smoothly!
A huge thank you to Fire Engine Company #4 for all of their help with the grill, tug-of-war rope and, in particular, the spectacular hose-down that brought with it priceless smiles, laughter and even rainbows!
Also, a big thank you to Dave Drahouzal and The Dutch House for the ice donation!!!
And...a super, special thank you to everyone who either signed up to volunteer or just jumped on in to assist us...you were all amazing!!!! Ilene Kahn, Lourena Kielblock, Michele Metz, Tracy Tellis, Lisa Meltzer-Press, Terry Buksar, Erica Rosenberg, Alba Morales, Amy Lefkowitz, Pritee Rudnick, Dana Clark, Christine Boos Knudsen, Hila Sela, Priscilla Fujimura, Gilda Linden, Nicole Orrigo, Doreen Shamas, Liz Weidhorn, Marion Paganello, Michelle Weinraub, Vanessa Sabanis, Lynn Fuld, Mitchell Cohen, Scott Parente, Jeff Sommar, Evan Bolla, Emily Schutz, Eric Schutz, Craig Buksar, Patty Bontekoe, Lisa Chamberlain, April Barth, Mary Denio, Kelly Sullivan, Doug Steen, Dave Rosenberg, Madi Groenings, Stu Hermann, Susan Northrop, Karen Northrop, Julia Enerson, Joan Goldstein, Ellen Glassett, Joel and Robin Ringer and family, Lucky Abernathy, Maya Blue Rubin, Bella Pollack, Hunter Coates, Sean Drahouzal, Rich Paganello, Alina Bas, Don Morris, Alison DiGeronimo, Jessica Ochs, Sara Suehr, Jessica Garrett, Michael Alania, Kfir Weinraub, Bryan Press, Rita Yseliev, John Davis, Colleen Swanzey, Rachel Boylan, Carrie Stevens, Cornell Christianson. Thank you also to The Grange personnel and Radburn lifeguards/pool staff!
If I unintentionally left anyone off, I sincerely apologize! Thank you for your service! Stay tuned for upcoming events!!!!
All the best! Jennifer Gibli, RCA President
RADBURN PAYMENT REMINDER
Third quarter bills were mailed out and were due on July 1st. The 30 day grace will expire on July 30th. If you have not already made your payment, this is a reminder to ensure that your account is up to date. When submitting payment, please include name and address are on the check.
SUMMER’S BEST IN RADBURN
Radburn’s biggest party of the year – FAMILY DAY – has arrived. Check the schedule and join all the fun.
Playgroup and Tot Lot have reached their half way marks – over 200 kids from age 2 through 12 are registered for these wonderful programs. The last day for both programs is Friday, August 4th, with Subway day for Playgroup on that day and Pizza Day for Tot Lot on Thursday, the 3rd.
CAMPING WEEK for all groups is next week. Please be aware that the pickup time has been changed to 7:30am, as counselors report the campers are awake at the crack of dawn. Parents are asked to make arrangements to pick up their children by that time, or they will be called.
CONGRATULATIONS to Eli Gemeinhardt (3 & 4 boys), and Caitlin Carney (5 & 6 girls), PG Counselors of the Week for the first two weeks of Playgroup.
A Voting Meeting is scheduled to be held Monday, July 17th at 7:30 PM in the Clubroom of Grange Hall. The sole agenda item is the consideration of adopting prior Voting Minutes.
MOVIES IN THE PARK
A great crowd turned out for Radburn’s first movie in the park. Future movie dates are Friday, July 21st (Moana) and Friday, August 4th (The Secret Life of Pets).
RADBURN CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION
Family Day Weekend 2017 (July 14-July 15) is finally here!!!! The RCA has been working behind the scenes to get everything ready for Radburn’s biggest weekend of the year...and now the time has come! We are all looking forward to you seeing what we have in store for you this year, as well as sharing this special weekend with our Radburn veteransand newcomers. The following is some important information about Family Day Weekend 2017:
Volunteers: Thank you to all of you who will be volunteering with us this year. We would not be able to do any of this without you! This year we are asking all volunteers to check in at the Volunteer Headquarter Tent which will be located across from the food court; this will help us make sure our volunteers are where they need to be for their designated time slots and things run smoothly.
Friday (July 14) Nighttime events: Please be sure to check out the attached schedule with the where and when for Family Day Weekend 2017! The events will kick-off Friday night at R Park starting at 7:00 pm. Join us for the annual pie-eating contest, DJ dance party, photo booth, night swim, hot dogs and a yummy bake sale. Glowing novelty items and Radburn gear will also be available for purchase.
Saturday (July 15) Daytime events: Join us bright and early as our main day events begin at 7:30 am with a communal yoga gathering in A Park. Adult softball then starts at 9:00 am in the B Park field. Saturday highlights include a petting zoo, the water slide, ice cream truck, sno-cones, cotton candy, spin art and, of course, the egg toss and pool jousting! Wristbands are $12 and the fee includes unlimited games/rides, 1 sno-cone and 1 cotton candy. Additional tickets for this year’s newest attraction – the human hamster balls – will also be for sale for $3 each. The RCA will also be selling Radburn gear so you can show your Radburn pride.
Saturday (July 15) Nighttime events: For those who have made Dinner in the Park reservations, dinner will start at 6:00 pm in B Park. If you have not made reservations, please feel free to bring your own dinner and blankets to sit on so you can join in the communal fun. Last, but certainly not least, Family Day will end with a lively encore performance by The Shots starting at 8 pm at the B Park Stage.
Check the Radburn Citizens’ Association Facebook Page for updates and additional information regarding Radburn
|Family Day Weekend 2017||We are looking forward to celebrating with you!||See you there!|
THIRD QUARTER BILLS MAILED
Third quarter bills were mailed out and are due July 1st. Please be sure to include the address of the property for which each payment is made.
HEDGES AND GROUNDCOVER
Let's all make an effort to be sure to trim back excessive growth along the pathways in order to provide for safe passage by pedestrians and keeping our community beautiful. Your attention to this matter is, as always, greatly appreciated.
TOT LOT, PLAYGROUP, AND SWIM TEAM PARENTS
Parents and caregivers are expected to be easily reachable and accessible during Tot Lot, Playgroup, and Swim Team hours or have a reliable emergency contact person. Recently, a child was injured and a parent/caregiver was unable to be contacted in a timely manner.
THANKS TO LIFEGUARDS
Another issue of safety – please keep a close eye on children in each of the pools, as inexperienced swimmers can quickly find themselves in a state of distress. Kudos to experienced lifeguards Paz Shalom, Renee Checinski, and Clare Hayes for quick responses in recent saves at both pools.
MOVIES IN THE PARK
We are kicking off our Movies in the Park series with LEGO BATMAN on Friday, July 7th at Dusk in B park at the stage. LEGO BATMAN is a cooler-than-ever Bruce Wayne--while dealing with the usual suspects who are planning to take over Gotham City, he discovers that he has accidently adopted a teenage orphan who wishes to become his sidekick. **In the event of rain, the showing will be rescheduled to Sunday, July 9th.
|Strangers Tend to Tell Me Things||Amy Dickinson||16th Seduction||James Patterson|
|Curious Minds||Janet Evanovich||Trajectory: Stories||Richard Russo|
|The Dinner Party: Stories||Joshua Ferris||Golden Prey||John Sandford|
|Into the Water: A Novel||Paula Hawkins||Anything Is Possible||Elizabeth Strout|
|Scars of Independence||Holger Hoock||Astrophysics||Neil DeGrasse Tyson|
|The Leavers: A Novel||Lisa Ko|
HONOR A VETERAN
HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION
The BCUA will be conducting a household hazardous waste collection event on Sunday, June 25th, at BCC, 400 Paramus Rd in Paramus between 9:00am and 3:00pm, rain or shine. Visit bcua.org for more details.
PLAYGROUP TRIP FORMS AND WAIVERS ARE DUE
Please return all trip registrations and payment to the office as soon as possible, as final numbers are being confirmed with the bus company and trip destinations. If you signed up for either the High Exposure, Catch Air, or GaGaSphere trip, please make sure you did the on-line waiver form for your child.
Meet the Counselors Kick-Off is Sunday evening, June 25th, from 7:00 – 7:30pm at B-Pool (weather permitting). Playgroup begins on Monday, June 26th and ends on Friday, August 4h. Please make sure your child has received a blue Radburn t-shirt to be worn on each trip.
THE NEW BASEBALL BIBLE BOOK SIGNING AT MAURICE PINE LIBRARY
Long-time Radburn resident Dan Schlossberg will appear at Fair Lawn Library Monday, June 26 at 7p to present a power point followed by a signing of his book The New Baseball Bible: Notes, Nuggets, Lists & Legends from Our National Pastime, a 424-page offbeat history of the game. Books are $20 each.
RADBURN CITIZEN’S ASSOCIATION
Ready or not, Family Day Weekend 2017 is right around the corner!!! This year the events are scheduled for July 14th -15th. Please be sure to take a look at the attached Schedule so you can start figuring out where you want to be and when!
In addition, the volunteer sign-up will be available this week so you can select your volunteer times. We will need lots of people helping to make the weekend successful. Please be sure to take a look and see how you help!
A few Family Day Weekend 2017 highlights to look forward to:
Friday, July 14th, R Park – Activities planned include the annual pie-eating contest, a DJ dance party, photo booth, bake sale and night swim!!!
Saturday, July 15th, B Park – Petting zoo, face painting, cotton candy, games, rides, ice cream truck, food court with hot food, jousting, annual egg toss and The Shots will be back performing Saturday night at the outdoor B Park stage!!!
We are pleased to announce that we will be bringing back Dinner in the Park for Saturday night! Please see the attached for more information!
Pre-sale information for discounted wristbands will be out soon! Please be sure to follow the Radburn Citizens’ Association Facebook Page for updates and additional information that will be forthcoming.
SUMMER PAPERWORK CONTINUES
Employment paperwork is due in the Radburn office. Working Papers? W-4s? Calendars? NEW RULES prohibit employees to work unless all necessary documentation is on file with the employer
MAGAZINES NEEDED for Playgroup – with peoples’ face for a fun PG project. Drop off in box at Grange Hall.
Playgroup trip FORMS, along with payment, are now due at the office.
RADBURN PLAYERS RECEPTION & OPEN MEETING
Come join us for a fun filled evening, Saturday June 10th at 8:00pm in the Grange for our Open Meeting. Entertainment and refreshments free of charge. The Radburn Players look forward to greeting old and new friends.
ADULT TENNIS LESSONS INTEREST FINDER
RADBURN CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION
I hope you all enjoyed the long weekend. Although the weather didn’t quite turn out the way many of us hoped for our barbecues and outdoor fun, I am sure the meaning of Memorial Day continued to resonate throughout our community. I wanted to thank those that helped make the Welcome Tea a success – special thanks to Terry Buksar and Shana Cohen for helping plan the event, as well as Jill Davis for helping set up. The B Park stage provided a wonderful venue to host our newest neighbors and welcome them into the community.
The following are some important updates for the next few weeks:
Family Day 2017: Volunteer sign-ups should be out in the next week. We are in the process of getting our DJ for a Friday night dance party in R Park, and have already lined up the band for our Saturday night concert on the B Park stage. We have lots of other exciting things in the works, but we cannot make this happen without your help. Please consider volunteering your time to make the event a success. Wishing you a wonderful couple of weeks! All the best! Submitted by: Jennifer Gibli, RCA President
The Aquacise registration form can be found in the Residents Area.
TOT LOT & PLAYGROUP registrations are also past due in the office.
MAGAZINES NEEDED for Playgroup – with peoples’ face for a fun PG project. Drop off in box at Grange.
Playgroup trip packets will be available Monday, May 22nd for children registered for playgroup.
POOLS will open on Saturday, May 27th. Pool Pass validation is continuing in the Radburn office during normal business hours. Additionally, passes will be updated during the Welcome Tea on Sunday, May 21st in B park.
Employment paperwork is due in the Radburn office. Have you returned your W-4s? Working papers? Calendars? Employees can not begin work unless all necessary documentation is on file at Grange Hall.
We are looking forward to some new trees to be planted in our parks within the next week or so. We have asked our Certified Tree Expert to look at the selection of appropriate tree species available in local nurseries so that we can continue with our plantings plans. We will let you know when we can complete the work when the final selections have been made.
WELCOME TEA IN B PARK – SUNDAY, MAY 21st
This Sunday, May 21st, at 2:00pm at the outdoor stage in B park join neighbors and friends to welcome new residents and mingle with old. The RCA and RA is hosting a tea to introduce new residents to our beloved community. This will be a great opportunity to meet new people and share the joys of our community. Stop by to say hi and bring your pool passes to be updated.
RADBURN CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION
I hope you all had a wonderful Mother’s Day and enjoyed your time with family and friends this past weekend. The following are some important updates for the next few weeks:
RCA Meeting – Thursday, May 25th, at 7:30 pm (The Grange Club Room): The RCA will be attempting to make this next meeting available through Facebook Live via the RCA Facebook page. Note that this is a trial only to accommodate members of the community that cannot physically attend; in-person attendance is still required in order to have a quorum and ask questions/engage in dialogue regarding community affairs.
Family Day 2017: The event will be here sooner than you know! Keep a look out in early June for the volunteer sign-ups. To make the event successful, we will absolutely need your help!
Wishing you a wonderful couple of weeks! All the best! Submitted by: Jennifer Gibli, RCA President
Employment letters went out to all current Radburn employees. Please get all required paperwork into the office as soon as possible. Employees cannot begin to work unless all necessary documentation is on file at Grange Hall.
Lifeguard Training – a few spots remain for training, if any 15+ year old is interested in becoming a lifeguard please call the office at 201-796-1300.
Playgroup Registration forms – please sign up your child (ren) for Playgroup if you have not already done so. Buses and trip destinations need to be booked. Additional forms are available at radburn.org. Hard copies must be turned in at the office (e-mailed registrations will not be accepted).
Tot Lot Registration – included in this bulletin.
Swim Team information and registration is on the next page. Swim suit fitting is Wed, May 17th
Pools will open in three weeks on Saturday, May 27th. Pool Pass validation is continuing in the Radburn office during normal business hours. Additionally, next Saturday, May 13th, the Grange will be open from 11:00am–1:00pm for validation of passes and pictures. All residents must present a valid 2017 pool pass to enter the pool areas.
CHILDREN: 5 years of age can get their picture taken for their official Radburn Pool Pass. The pass will be ready within a week.
TENANTS: Must bring their current lease or the letter increasing their rent for the current time period, along with a current utility bill, in order to have cards validated Monday through Friday, between the hours of 9:00 – 5: Photo IDs will be validated only for adults whose names appear on the lease. If your name does not appear on the lease, you must provide proof from an official source stating that you are permitted to reside at the address and complete a Questionnaire and Certification of Residency, which is required to be notarized.
RESIDENT ADULT CHILDREN AGE 23+ must present in person proof of Radburn residency from an official source and complete a Questionnaire and Certification of Residency (notarized) to have cards validated.
NEW BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY
|Iles, Greg||Mississippi Blood||See, Lisa||The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane|
|Macomber, Debbie||If Not for You||Shattuck, Jessica||The Women in the Castle|
|Rivers, Susan||The Second Mrs. Hockaday||Shreve, Anita||The Stars are Fire|
|Rosenberg, Joel||Without Warning|
RADBURN CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION
Flowers are truly blooming in Radburn!!!! This is one of the great times of the year where we get reminded of Radburn’s unparalleled beauty and uniqueness...we hope you will enjoy the magic of our parks.
The next RCA meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 25th at 7:30 pm at The Grange. For those residents who wish to attend, but are physically unable to, the RCA will be attempting to make this next meeting available through Facebook Live via the RCA Facebook page. We are doing this trial to accommodate a larger population of interested residents and increase accessibility to the RCA meetings. Please note that that physical attendance is still critical to being able to raise concerns, ask questions and engage in dialogue regarding community affairs.
Further, residents are encouraged to come out and help the RA and RCA welcome our newest Radburn neighbors. The Newcomer Welcome Tea is scheduled for May 21st. Details are being finalized and will be communicated soon.
Wishing you the best! Submitted by: Jennifer Gibli, RCA President
CALLING ALL TWO-YEAR-OLDS+ FOR TOT LOT
TOT LOT will open for the 2017 season on Wednesday, May 31st. Tot Lot meets everyday in the B-park Tot Lot from 9:45 – 11:45am. Tot Lot is open to all children 2 years of age through Pre-Kindergarten. Once Playgroup begins on Monday, June 26th, any Pre-K child who has been attending Tot Lot will finish Tot Lot and transfer up to Playgroup. A child cannot attend the program without a completed registration form on file. The form is due at the Grange office by Friday, May 26th.
SECOND QUARTER FEES DUE
Radburn bills were mailed and are now due by April 30th. If you are unable to find your bill, or are unsure if you have paid, please call the office at 201-796-1300 to confirm payment. Any payment received after April 30th will receive a four percent interest charge.
TOT LOT BEGINS ON MAY 31st
TOT LOT will begin on Wednesday, May 31st. Tot Lot meets daily in the B-park Tot Lot from 9:45 – 11:45am and is open to all Radburn children 2 years of age through Pre-K. The registration form will be in the next bulletin and must be completed prior to participation in the program.
We are saddened to hear of the passing of our former neighbor. Our thoughts are with her family.
Marcia Salkowitz, 87, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Saturday evening, April 8, 2017 at her home. Beloved mother of Joel S. Salkowitz and his wife Eve Jacobs and Deborah L. Berowitz, cherished grandmother of Jake and Sam Berowitz and Kate Salkowitz, sister of Judy Sigman and her husband Leon and the late Barbara Rosenberg. Marcia was a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, where she earned her Bachelors Degree. Prior to her retirement, Marcia was employed as a teacher for the Fair Lawn Board of Education. Marcia was an active member of the Temple Avoda and its Sisterhood in Fair Lawn which later merged with Temple Shalom, in River Edge and was also on Temple Avoda's Board of Trustees.
Save the dates: April 28 to 30 & May 4 to 6.
Rapture, Blister, Burn by Gina Gionfriddo. After grad school, Catherine and Gwen chose polar opposite paths. Catherine built a career as a rockstar academic, while Gwen built a home with her husband and children. Decades later, unfulfilled in polar opposite ways, each woman covets the others life, commencing a dangerous game of musical chairs, the prize being Gwen's husband. With searing insight and trademark wit, this comedy is an unflinching look at gender politics in the wake of 20th-century feminist ideals.
RADBURN CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION
Thank you to all our families that came out to enjoy the Easter Egg Hunt and Sciencetellers show! We hope all the children had a blast! Special thanks to Jill Davis for introducing us to the Sciencetellers, as well as Jen Wylie and Janie Alania for making sure all the Radburn bunnies were out and about hiding eggs in A Park.
To help welcome our Radburn newcomers, the RA and RCA will be hosting the Newcomer Welcome Tea on May 21st. Stay tuned for more detailed information!
PLAYGROUP REGISTRATION & WAIVERS
Playgroup will run from Mon, June 26th through Fri, Aug 4th from 9:30 to 12:00 pm this year. Children entering Kindergarten in the fall through those who have just completed sixth grade are eligible to attend Playgroup.
The official Registration Form for participation in playgroup will be available shortly in the Resident's Area. A separate form must be filled out for each child. Please complete carefully and return a hard copy to the Radburn office.
Radburn Pre-School NEWS
Registration is on-going for the 2017-2018 Pre-School year.
All classes are taught by a NJ State Certified Teacher and meet as follows:
Miss Rosanne’s Two Year Old Class:
|Tues. and Thurs (9:30am-12pm) Eligible birthdates:||10/2/14-10/1/15|
Miss Rosanne’s Three Year Old Class:
|Mon., Wed., Fri. (9:30am-12pm) Eligible birthdates||10/2/13-10/1/14|
Miss Cindy’s Pre K Class:
|Mon. – Fri. (9:30am-12pm) Eligible birthdates:||10/2/12-10/1/13|
For more information please contact our director, Cindy Noonan, at 201-796-1300.
The 2017 Lifeguard class is nearly full. Any teen who turns 15 before June 10th and would like to train to be a Radburn Lifeguard is encouraged to personally call the Grange Hall at 201-796-1300 or stop by the Radburn office. The class begins during the week after Memorial Day and is a combination of CPR, First Aid, and in-pool safety and rescue training. It meets every weekday for two+ weeks and culminates in a written and practical exam, covering all areas.
NEW BOOK IN THE LIBRARY
The New Baseball Bible, written by Radburn resident, Dan Schlossberg. Many thanks to Dan for the kind donation to our library.
INVESTMENT PRESENTATION & VOTING MEETING
We will have an investment presentation by our advisors from UBS on Monday, April 3rd at 7:30 in the Clubroom of Grange Hall. A Voting Meeting of the Board of Trustees is scheduled to immediately follow. The agenda will include the consideration of adopting prior Voting Minutes.
POOL PASS VALIDATION
2017 pool stickers are available for current residents only by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the Grange with your pool passes enclosed, OR, by dropping your passes into the mail slot at the Grange with a SASE. Validation of pool passes for renters and anyone needing a new picture ID will be announced in an upcoming bulletin.
RADBURN CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION
Thank you to all that came out for Radburn’s Hoedown this past weekend. The kids had a blast and even the parents were out there dancing away! Thank you so much to Janie Alania and Jen Wylie for helping get everything organized and set up; thanks to Alison Shields and Jessica Arp Ochs for the photo corner décor!!! Stay tuned for future nights out in Radburn. Coming up next we have:
Friday, April 7th: Family Fun Friday at The Grange, 7:00-9:00 pm
Thursday, April 13th: Radburn Book Club meeting, 7:30 pm, at The Grange. Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline.
Saturday, April 15th: The annual Radburn Egg Hunt is scheduled for 3:00 pm in the A Park! Following the Egg Hunt, there will be a children’s event at 4:00 pm at The Grange - The Sciencetellers, a theatrical experience that combines science and storytelling.
Wishing you the best!
LIFEGUARD TRAINING CLASS
There are a few spots remaining for the lifeguard training class. Please don’t hesitate to call the Radburn office at 201-796-1300 if you’re interested in training to be a Lifeguard for Radburn this summer. Any teen who turns 15 before June 15th is eligible for the class. It begins the week after Memorial Day and is a combination of CPR, First Aid, and in-pool safety, rescue, and lifeguard training. It meets every weekday for up to three weeks and culminates in a written and practical exam, covering all content areas.
NEW BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY
|Kellerman, Jonathan||Heartbreak Hotel||Robbins, Tony||Unshakeable|
|Kelly, Martha Hall||Lilac Girls: A Novel||Sisson, Mark||The New Primal Blueprint|
|Kline, Christina Baker||A Piece of the World||Taylor, Brad||Ring of Fire|
|Robb, J.D||Echoes of Death||Towles, Amor||A Gentleman in Moscow|
RADBURN CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION
Thank you to all that came out for Radburn’s Talent Night & Potluck Dinner. It was a success with many families in attendance, delicious food and incredible talent! The RCA Board hopes that the success of this event will be telling for our future scheduled events. Coming up next we have:
Saturday, April 15th: The annual Radburn Egg Hunt will be held in the A Park at 3:00 pm! Following the Egg Hunt, there will be a children’s event at 4:00 pm at The Grange - The Sciencetellers, a theatrical experience that combines science and storytelling.
A GOOD OL' RADBURN HOEDOWN
Bring your family and friends and join us for an evening of dancing!
When: Saturday, March 18th
Where: Grange Hall Gym
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Cost: $10/family (can be paid at door)
There will be an experienced, professional caller. All dances are taught with a minimum of confusion and a maximum of fun! Please bring an appetizer or dessert to share.
WARMER TEMPS …
25 days 'til Spring and thoughts turn to summer fun in Radburn:
SUMMER LIFEGUARD TRAINING
Any teen who turns 15 before June 15th is asked to call the Radburn office at 201-796-1300, or stop by the Grange, if they’re interested in training to be a Lifeguard for Radburn. The class begins the week after Memorial Day and is a combination of CPR, First Aid, and in-pool safety, rescue, and lifeguard training. It meets every weekday for up to three weeks and culminates in a written and practical exam, covering all content areas.
POOLS AND PLAYGROUP DATES
POOLS – Saturday, May 27th, will be the official opening date for Radburn’s pools. The pools open every year the Saturday before Memorial Day, which is May 29th this summer and close after Labor Day.
PLAYGROUP – The first day of Playgroup is Monday, June 26th. Radburn’s popular summer program for Pre-K through 6th grade begins the Monday immediately following the last day of school (June 22nd) for the Fair Lawn Public Schools and runs for six weeks, ending this year on Friday, August 4th.
DALY FIELD AND HAYWARD PROPERTY
Landmark is scheduled to begin to clear trees on the Daly Field and Hayward property this week. This will continue for a few weeks and will be followed by general prep work for site improvements.
RADBURN CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION
I hope you all enjoyed the beautiful weather this past weekend! It was so wonderful to hear the children’s voices in the park and watch our neighbors chatting away with one another. If you even look closely, you will see some flowers starting to poke through the ground!
With the upcoming warmer weather, there will also be a lot more opportunities for you to spend time with your fellow Radburn friends and neighbors. For now, please be sure to mark your calendars for the upcoming RCA events:
Saturday, March 18th (7:00-9:00 pm): The Radburn Hoedown! Bring your friends and dancing boots for a country hoedown. A professional caller and instructor will be on-site to teach some dances and lead the fun! This is a family event–spread the word! $10 per family. Please bring an appetizer or dessert to share!
Saturday, April 15th The annual Radburn Egg Hunt (A Park)! Following the Egg Hunt, there will be a children’s event scheduled in the park (weather permitting).
SIGNS IN RADBURN
The office has received a number of calls recently about a variety of signs on Radburn properties. According to the Guidelines of Architectural Control (Article 9.2): “No signs, billboards or advertisements, including but not limited to signs offering a Property for sale or rent, shall be permitted.“
Radburn Pre School Registration for the 2017-2018 school year
Radburn Pre-School registration is continuing for the 2017/2018 school year. The part time classes meet as follows:
Miss Rosanne’s Two Year Old Class: Tues. and Thurs (9:30am-12pm)
Eligible birthdates: 10/2/14-10/1/15
Miss Rosanne’s Three Year Old Class: Mon., Wed., Fri. (9:30am-12pm)
Eligible birthdates: 10/2/13-10/1/14
Miss Cindy’s Pre K Class: Mon. – Fri. (9:30am-12pm)
Eligible birthdates: 10/2/12-10/1/13
For more information call the director, Cindy Noonan, at 201-796-1300.
Shirley Herwig long time resident of Radburn, passed away on Jan 30th, 2017 at the Ridgewood Valley Hospital Shirley held a Bachelor of Science, Liberal Arts and Education degree from Bucknell University. Shirley enjoyed teaching and started her career working for the Fair Lawn Board of Education as a teacher at Milnes Elementary School for three years. Shirley continued her teaching at Westside Presbyterian Nursery School for two years and then coordinated the first CO-OP Nursery in the country as director of the Co-operative Nursery School of Glen Rock Community Church. Shirley was Director for 25 years. Shirley decided in 1978 to take on a different challenge and career path and became a real estate agent for Puritz Harrison in 1978. Shirley retired from her realtor career in 2014 as an agent for the Coldwell Banker Real Estate agency and was awarded Realtor of the month/year several times during her career. Her specialty was selling houses in the Radburn neighborhood of Fair Lawn and surrounding towns. Shirley enjoyed Radburn and throughout life was very active and artistic. She enjoyed tennis with her friends and husband Bruce, swimming, water color painting, pressing dried flowers and socializing with neighbors and friends that resided in the US and Britain. She was especially involved in the lives of her sons and grandchildren and acted as a confidant, advisor and friend to the benefit of all family members. Shirley is survived by her sons, William, Gordon and Doug, Gordon’s children Addie, Sam and Tim and Doug’s children Danielle and Dylan, Shirley’s sister Jacqueline Moore and her children Don, Liz and Jackie and their children. A Memorial service will take place on Saturday, February 11th at 2PM at the West Side Presbyterian Church, 6 South Malone Street, Ridgewood, NJ 07450. Memorial gifts may be made to the West Side Presbyterian Church.
RADBURN CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION
Although the weather has been generally keeping us indoors, before we know it, the flowers will start blooming again and the bicycles will start zooming by on the paths of the park. And, believe it or not, the RCA Board has already started to put the wheels in motion for Family Day 2017! Before we get there, however, there is much to still do and many other RCA events in the works.
Also, the next RCA meeting will be held on Sunday, February 19th, at 4:00 pm at The Grange. Come meet the RCA Board, get to know your neighbors, hear about upcoming events, ask questions about our community and voice your concerns. All are welcome!
FIRST QUARTER ASSESSMENTS DUE JANUARY 30th
Radburn bills for the first quarter of 2017 were mailed in December and due on January 1st. There is a 30 day grace period before an interest charge is assessed. If paying for multiple properties, please remit a separate check for each property and include the address of the property associated with each fee for proper credit.
Radburn Pre School PRIORITY Registration for the 2017-2018 school year
Radburn is home to a wonderful, part-time Pre School which offers a great place for children to socialize and learn. All classes are taught by a NJ State Certified Teacher:
Miss Rosanne’s Two Year Old Class: Tues. and Thurs (9:30am-12pm) Eligible birthdates: 10/2/14-10/1/15
Miss Rosanne’s Three Year old Class: Mon., Wed., Fri. (9:30am-12pm) Eligible birthdates: 10/2/13-10/1/14
Miss Cindy’s Pre K Class: Mon. – Fri. (9:30am-12pm) Eligible birthdates: 10/2/12-10/1/13
Priority registration continues for Radburn residents. Please do not hesitate, as classes are filling up. For more information call the director, Cindy Noonan, at 201-796-1300.
NEW BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY
Baier, Bret – Three Days in Jan Patterson, James – Cross the Line
Ginsburg, Ruth Bader – My Own Words
Kenneth Ayres, of Arlington Place, died peacefully in his home on January 1, 2017, just three days shy of his 96th birthday. He was born on January 4, 1921 in Springfield, Massachusetts to Clarence Edwin Ayres and Anna Bryan Ayres. He was a World War II Veteran of the 505th Bomb Group (B-29's in the South Pacific). He worked in the aviation insurance industry and later in real estate. After his retirement, Ken remained active in his community of Radburn. He is survived by his wife Gerry Gould Ayres, his two children (with Lilli Ayres) Carol and Phread Ayres, his grandchildren, Genna and Marcy Ayres and his daughter-in-law Helen Matusow-Ayres and son-in-law, Richard Shapiro.
RADBURN CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION
Submitted by Jennifer Gibli
I am also pleased to announce that the individuals listed below have assumed roles in the following RCA Committees:
Civic Affairs Committee: Ron Coll
Sports and Recreation Committee: Michael Bradway
Parks, Garden and Grounds Committee: Joy Bradway
Hospitality/Welcome Committee: Shana Cohen
Historian Committee: Larry Koplik
Publicity Committee: Janel Alania
Intergenerational Committee (new): June Myerson
The next RCA meeting will be held on Sunday, February 19th, at 4:00 pm at Grange Hall. We are hoping to have the gym open so that your children can come along as well.
Upcoming events include:
Radburn’s Got Talent (talent show/potluck dinner): February 25th at 6:00 pm; see flyer for additional information
Family Fun Friday: February 3rd from 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Wishing you and your families a wonderful 2017!
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Best wishes to all residents and friends for a peace-filled 2017. This bulletin will cover the next three weeks. The New Year is the time to remind residents of all the various activities offered through our special community:
AEROBICS – every M-W-F morning from 9:15 – 10:15 am
ZUMBA – every Tuesday evening from 7:30 – 8:30 pm
BOY SCOUTS – every Monday evening, 7:15 – 8:30 pm
CUB SCOUTS – Thursdays, from 7:00 – 8:00 pm
PLAYERS THEATER GROUP
PRE-SCHOOL – Part-time from 9:30 – 12:00 for two-year olds through Pre-K
FAMILY FUN FRIDAYS – evenings, as scheduled by the Citizens’ Association
For additional information on any activities, please call the Radburn office at 201-796-1300.
A Voting Meeting of the Board of Trustees is scheduled for Monday, January 9th at 7:30 PM in the Clubroom of Grange Hall. The agenda will include the consideration of adopting prior Voting Minutes and the election of officers.
FIRST QUARTER ASSESSMENTS FOR 2017
Radburn bills for the first quarter of 2017 were mailed in December and were due on January 1st. There is a 30 day grace period before an interest charge is assessed. If paying for multiple properties, please remit a separate check for each property and include the address of the property associated with each fee for proper credit.
We are saddened to report the passing of our neighbors and former neighbor and our thoughts are with their families.
Marilyn Piels-Kawka, passed away on December 14. She is survived by her husband, Pierre, and young daughter, Aubrey. A page has been set up on crowdrise to honor Marilyn's life by raising funds for a trust to benefit Aubrey's education and growth.
Rocco Inglese, 81, of Fair Lawn, NJ passed away on Thursday, December 22, 2016. Born and raised in West New York, NJ, he resided in North Bergen before moving to Fair Lawn in 1971. He was a parishioner of St. Anne R.C. Church in Fair Lawn. An avid bowler, Rocco enjoyed trips to Atlantic City and time spent with family and friends. Prior to retiring, he was a real estate broker. Beloved husband of Dolores (Asermily) Inglese. Loving and devoted father of Michael Inglese and wife Karen, Teresa Hock and husband John, Leonard Inglese and wife Deborah, George Inglese and wife Beatrice and Roxanne Hammond and husband Scott. Cherished grandfather of Colleen and Holly Hock, Brittany, Anthony, Adriana, Valerie, Paige, Sara and Vincent Inglese and Andrew, Matthew and Alyssa Hammond. Adored great-grandfather of Ryan Riccardi. Dear brother of the late Carmela D’Arminio and Joseph and John Inglese. He is also survived by many “second favorite” nieces and nephews.
Kenneth Ayers, died peacefully in his home on January 1, 2017, just three days shy of his 96th birthday. He was born on January 4, 1921 in Springfield, Massachusetts to Clarence Edwin Ayres and Anna Bryan Ayres. He was a World War II Veteran of the 505th Bomb Group (B-29's in the South Pacific). He worked in the aviation insurance industry and later in real estate. Ken was active in local politics, serving for many years on the Cresskill, NJ Town Council and Planning Board. After his retirement, Ken remained active in his community of Radburn, NJ. He also served as the President of the Central Unitarian Church in Paramus, NJ. He was an avid ham radio operator who frequently connected soldiers in Vietnam with their families. Ken is survived by his wife Gerry Gould Ayres, his two children (with Lilli Ayres) Carol and Phread Ayres, his grandchildren, Genna and Marcy Ayres and his daughter-in-law Helen Matusow-Ayres and son-in-law, Richard Shapiro. A memorial service is planned for Sunday, January 8, 2017 at the Unitarian Society of Ridgewood, 113 Cottage Place, Ridgewood, NJ at 2 PM
RADBURN CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION
Submitted by Jill Davis
Happy New Year to all! This week is Family Fun Friday is January 6th from 7-9 pm. Water is provided.
Next RCA meeting is 1/19, Thursday night at 7:30 pm.
As my term ends, I wanted to thank you all for your help, support, ideas, and memories. Each one of you brought something to my life and touched me in a way that will never be forgotten. I may have had the pleasure to meet you from a walk in the park, walking the dog, a text or an email with a concern or an idea, even a disagreement, meeting at the RCA meeting, or working together etc. All of these experiences will live within me forever and have contributed to my life's journey. Thank you! It was such a pleasure and great experience to be in this position! I look forward to more fun times and to bringing more people together. Be happy and know how wonderful you are!!!!!
Wishing all residents and their families a happy, healthy, and safe holiday season and all the best in 2017. The Grange will be closed on Mon, Dec 26th, and Mon, Jan 2nd, in accordance with federal observances. This bulletin will cover the next three weeks.
A special Voting Meeting of the Board of Trustees is scheduled for Monday, Dec 19th at 7:30pm in the Clubroom of Grange Hall. The Board will consider adopting a resolution to authorize the signing of the post-closing agreement for the Landmark project.
NEW BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY
|Archer, Jeffrey||This Was a Man||Sutton, Phoef||Heart Attack & Vine|
We are saddened to report the passing of our longtime resident and our thoughts are with his family and friends.
James J. Caramanna, 90, Monday, Nov. 28. Born and raised in Paterson, he resided in Fair Lawn for 59 years. He is survived by his wife, Jane M. (Shortway) Caramanna; children, Peter Caramanna and wife Felicity, Susan Devine and companion James Romaglio and the late James Caramanna III; and grandchildren, Noelle Caramanna and Julie Devine. He proudly served with the U.S. Navy during World War II. A tireless advocate for those suffering from mental illness, he was a member of the Bergen County Mental Health Board, Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness and Family Care Plus of Paramus. He served as a Scout master of Boy Scout Troop #53 in Radburn during the 1970s. An avid outdoorsman, he enjoyed jogging, hiking and time spent with family and friends at Wolf Lake in New York. He was an insurance broker and owned and operated The James Agency in Fair Lawn since 1963.
RADBURN CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION
Submitted by Jill Davis
Happy Holidays to all!!!!!!!!
Reminder- our last meeting for 2016 will be December 21st from 7:30-9 PM. We will be having light food and drinks to celebrate the holiday season. We will discuss the highlights and the low lights of the past two years!
January 6th is Family Fun Friday from 7-9pm.
I wanted to apologize for not listing all of the people who helped make Family Day as wonderful as it was! I realized that I only submitted parts of the weekend and missed a bunch of you! Never too late: Saturday AM vendor greeter: Art Murray, R park clean up: Carrie Stevens, Christine Knudsen, Joanne Apablaza, and Sara Suehr, sales table/wristbands: Ilene Kahn, Michele Metz, Alina Bas, Annabel Schlair, Tracy Tellis, Cindy Tanzer, Chris Davis, Miri Cohen, Fan and David Zhang, David Polgar for petting zoo attendants. Spin Art: Martin Swanzey, Marion Paganello, Karen Northrop, Beth Perlman, Karen Krane, Lisa Nicolaou, Miri Cohen, Chris Davis, carnival games: Pritee Rudnick, Fan and David Zhang, Terry Buksar, Zarine Shroff, Kate Makarec, Dana Clark, Snow cones/cotton candy: Lynn Fuld, David Polgar, Kinga Kertesz, Robin Ringer, Marilyn Lansey, Amy Lefkowitz, Laura Cronk, Kelly Sullivan, Sara Suehr, face painters: Jen Gibli, Priscilla Fujimura, Laura Cronk, pool jousting: Lucky Abernathy and Rich Paganello, Food Court/drink sales: Joy Bradway, Julia Enerson, Sue, Dave, Tim and Karen Northrop, Kathy Moore, Craig Lechner, Sophie Lindop, Scott Bray, Joanne Kurr, Rachel Boylan, Kfir Weintraub, Mike Alania, Jeff Sommar, Tom McConnell, Lisa & Howard Chamberlain, Mary Denio, Michael Schutz, Lourena Kielblock, Jamie Macaluso, Liz Kuriyama, Christine Nunn, Marco Keilblock, Greg Outcalt,
Food court clean up: Northrops, Madi Groenings, Egg Toss: Joel and Robin Ringer, Marilyn Lansey, Eric Lansey,
B Park clean up: Su Mecky, Pritee Rudnick, Miri Cohen. If I missed anyone, I am sorry, we appreciate you all !
2017 BUDGET MEETING
The 2017 Radburn budget was mailed to each resident. The annual budget meeting will be held in the Clubroom on Tuesday, December 6th at 7:30pm.
CONGRATULATIONS TO NEW TRUSTEES
Congratulations to Joanne Kurr and Sara Suehr on their election to the Radburn Board of Trustees for a three year term beginning in January, 2017. Thanks, also, to Tamar Copeland and Tim Tileston on their willingness to stand for election.
LAWN Leaf Collection
Municipal crews are continuing leaf collection through December 13th, weather permitting. Collection will occur weekdays between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Please check fairlawn.org for continuous updates to the schedule and any changes that may occur. Only leaves falling within the 10' public right-of-way may be raked into the street. All other leaves must be bagged for recycling collection on your regular yard waste day. Landscapers are not permitted to place leaves into the public right-of-way or in our parks. A $1,000 fine can be imposed for violations.
NEW BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY
|Child, Lee||Night School -- Jack Reacher||Paris, B. A.||Behind Closed Doors|
|Connelly, Michael||The Wrong Side of Goodbye||Picoult, Jodi||small great things|
|Grisham, John||The Whistler||Sparks, Nicholas||two by two|
RADBURN CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION
Dec 2nd, from 7-9:00pm is the next Family Fun Friday Night – join us for this great family event! BYOS (Bring your own snack) water provided. Thank you to all who came out to vote for the new RCA officers. The new officers for the RCA for 2017 are Jennifer Gibli, President; Jill Davis, Vice-President; Jennifer Wylie, Treasurer and Janie Alania, Secretary.
Next RCA meeting is Dec 21st. We will have light food and talk about the year highlights. Come celebrate with us!
HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL RESIDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES
Best wishes to all Radburn families and friends as they prepare for the start of the winter holiday season with the long Thanksgiving weekend of festivities, food, football, and shopping. Enjoy fun times and safe travels.
BOARD OF TRUSTEE ELECTIONS
The ballots for the Radburn Board of Trustees election will be tabulated on Tuesday, Nov 22nd and announced on the Radburn Facebook page and the Radburn web-site (radburn.org.)
FAIR LAWN Leaf Collection
Municipal crews are continuing leaf collection through December 13th, weather permitting. Collection will occur weekdays between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
NO leaves may be put at the curb for pickup after the following dates:
- Sections 1 and 5 – November 27th
- Section 4 – November 30th
- Section 3 – December 5th
- Section 2 – December 8th
Residents are encouraged to check fairlawn.org for continuous updates to the schedule and any changes that may occur.
PLAYERS’ PRODUCTION FINAL TWO PERFORMANCES
There’s still time to enjoy the Player’s fall production of SWEET and Sad. Remaining performance dates are this Friday, NOVEMBER 18th, & Saturday, the 19th at 8:00 pm. There will be a 'Meet the Cast' party with complimentary refreshments following the final performance on the 19th.
$1.00 from every ticket sold will be donated to the Fair Lawn Fire Department.