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•On Thursday, March 21, SoroptimistInternational of Passaic Valley a volunteerorganization working to improve the livesof women and girls in local communitiesand throughout the world, will hold an artauction at the Wayne Elks Lodge #2181,50 Hinchman Ave, Wayne, featuring artin all price ranges and genres.MarlinFine Auctions will be conducting the auc-tion.Admission tickets are $10.00 perperson, ages 21 and older.There will bedoor prizes, hors d’oeuvres, wine/beer,dessert and coffee.Preview begins at6:30pm and the auction starts at7:30pm.For more information or to pur-chase tickets, please call 973-696-2895or e-mail email@example.com.
•North Jersey Chapter, IAAP invites youto attend a program on “How to Cope with Stress” presented by LindaMarciniak, LCSW. Linda has many yearsexperience in the social work arena.Don’t miss this fabulous presentation andthe opportunity to meet Linda and cele-brate Administrative Professional’s Week with IAAP North Jersey Chapter Group on Thursday, April 4 at 6:30pm at The VillageInn 422 Runnymede Road Wayne. Ticketsare $25.00 for a three course meal whichis included. Checks should be madepayable to NORTH JERSEY CHAPTER, IAAPand mailed to: Pam Hoeland 44 Knox Terrace, Unit 1A Wayne, NJ 07470.Please confirm your reservation viaphone 973-686-1714 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
•On Tuesday, April 9 from 7-8:30pm, theWayne YMCA and St. Joseph’s Hospital will offer “Achieving Lifestyle Balance forBetter Health.”Lauren La Porta, M.D.,Chairman of the Department ofPsychiatry at St. Joseph’s RegionalMedical Center will lead the presentation.Dr. La Porta will discuss the issues every woman needs to know to balance thedemands of a busy life and find time forself-renewal, restoration of spirit andrejuvenation.The program fee is $10 perperson.For two or more women attend-ing together, the fee is $7 per person.Pre-registration is required on or beforeMarch 30.Call 973-595-0100 ext. 233.Refreshments will be served and freechildcare will be available.
•Join the Wayne Y for an exciting trip toHunterdon Hills Playhouse to see the play,“Butterflies are Free,” a wonderfullyfunny comedy on Thursday, April 11.Thebus will leave from the Y at 9:30am and will return at approximately 5:00pm.Fees are $75 for Y Members and $85 fornon-members. The fee includes aPanorama Charter Bus and the choice oflunch and homemade dessert.Tickets canbe purchased at the Y.The deadline topurchase tickets is March 1. For moreinformation call Wendy, 973-595-0100ext. 236.The Y is located at 1 Pike Drivein Wayne.
Wayne Rotarians “Under the Boardwalk”Beefsteak Dinner and Tricky Tray will beheld on Tuesday, April 16 starting at 6pm. The charity event will be held at theBrownstone House 351 W. Broadway,Paterson. This year’s theme, “Under theBoardwalk” will come with suitable décor,music, and dancing.Attendees can do it(and some will)…but there is no need to wear beach or sunning attire. Mode ofdress will be optional and quite informal.All profits will be donated to local chari-ties, such as the Wayne Foundation forthe Handicapped and some will go to helpbuild back our boardwalks and facilitiesat the Jersey shore. Price is $55 per per-son. For more information call SusanSpatt, at 973-956-3685.
•Come join the Knights of Columbus for aComedy Night to benefit the WoundedWarriors Project on Saturday, April 27.Doors open at 7pm and Showtime at8:30pm at St. Mary’s Carnevale Center10 Lenox Ave, Pompton Lakes.Admission$35 includes food, soda, coffee/tea,dessert and 2 drinks (wine or beer)Additional Drinks $1.00. No one under21 admitted. Also includes 50/50 Raffle.For tickets or more info contact RayGrimes at 973-835-4487. Tickets mayalso be purchased at www.KofC3801.org.
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•Calvary Temple International’s WorshipArts Ministry Presents, “Give Me OneReason.” Experience the documentedaccounts of four ordinary people. A woman, burdened with an illness for 12years; a brash fisherman who witnessestrue forgiveness though he neverdeserved it; hear from a religious leaderas he discovers the answer to humanity’sdeepest question; and feel the pain as you watch a Roman centurion wrestle with thepower and love of a servant leader.Experience this multimedia presentation with a team of over 80 people with cho-reographed numbers, live orchestra, andgifted actors and singers. Presentationsare on Friday, March 22 at 8pm,Saturday, March 23 at 2pm, Palm Sundayevening March 24 at 7pm, Good Fridayevening March 29t at 8pm, and our finalpresentation is on Saturday March 30 at2pm. Tickets are available by calling 973-694-2938, ext. 481, or through ouronline store at calvarytemplewayne.com.•Whether you are still suffering from thebleak memories of war or have resolvedto put it all behind you, Point ManMinistries is for you. Point Man is not asocial club of old war heroes telling warstories, it is a Christian ministry dedicatedto helping veterans find peace with them-selves and the world around them. If youare doing fine after the war, that’s fantas-tic but don’t forget about your buddies who are still suffering. Your encourage-ment could mean the world to them. Findout how you can help. Call Barry Jensenat 973-809-9665. Point Man Ministriesmeets the first Thursday of every month
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