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Christine and Steve Johnson of Westfield have announced the birth of their fourth child, Jack Thomas Johnson, on Tuesday, March 21, at Overlook Hospital in Summit.
Jack weighed 10 pounds and 2 ounces and measured 21 inches in length at birth.
He joins his twin siblings, Kaitlyn and Patrick, age 6, and brother Brian, age 2½.
The baby’s maternal grandparents are Rita and Jim Sullivan of Fair Lawn.
His paternal grandmother is Mary Johnson of Falmouth, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Richard McNaught
of New City, N. Y. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Kathleen Marie McNaught of Garrett Park, Md., to Robert Richard Kloss, Jr. of Bethesda, Md. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kloss of Scotch Plains.
A graduate of Clarkstown South High School in West Nyack, N. Y., the brideelect was awarded her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa. She received her law degree from Washington College of Law at American University in Washington, D. C.
She is employed as an attorney with Patrick Hoover Law Offices in Rockville, Md.
The future bridegroom graduated from Scotch PlainsFanwood High School and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance from the University of Maryland School of Business at College Park.
He is employed as a broker with Acacia Financial Group of Bethesda.
A June wedding is planned in Garrett Park.
Miss Christina Margaret DuFrayne, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Francis J. DuFrayne of Drexel Hill, Pa., was married on Friday, September 24, to David Matthew Brennan. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Brennan of Westfield.
The wedding Mass took place at Saint Bernadette Church in Drexel Hill, with the Reverend Thomas J. Smith officiating. A reception followed at the Ballroom at the Ben in Philadelphia.
Ms. Mary Elizabeth Tuinstra, a cousin of the bride, served as the Maid of Honor. Bridal attendants included Ms. Colleen Hoey, a cousin of the bride; Ms. Cynthia Brennan Shinderman, the sister of the bridegroom, and Ms. Katherine Bocchini, Ms. Tracy Goetz, Mrs. Elissa Huber and Ms. Kathleen McCann, all friends of the bride.
James Wood, a friend of the bridegroom, was the best man. Serving as groomsmen were Keith Brennan, the brother of the bridegroom; Matthew
Shinderman, the brotherinlaw of the bridegroom; Francis J. DuFrayne, the brother of the bride, and William McQuillen and Justin Carter, both friends of the bridegroom.
Miss Rachel DuFrayne, a cousin of the bride, and Miss Amy Brennan, a niece of the bridegroom, were flower girls.
The bride graduated from the Catholic University of America in Washington, D. C. in 1997 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Work. She is employed as an educational advocate by Educational Support Systems in Washington, D. C.
The bridegroom was awarded a Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering Degree in 1997 and is completing a Master of Biomedical Engineering Degree, both at the Catholic University of America. He is employed as a research engineer at the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Washington, D. C.
After a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple resides in Arlington, Va.
Brendan Martin Born to Walshes
Kerry Lucke Walsh and Martin Walsh, Jr. of Cranford have announced the birth of their son, Brendan Martin Walsh, on Tuesday, March 21, at 3: 35 p. m. at Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center in Plainfield.
Brendan weighed 7 pounds and 10½ ounces and measured 20 inches in length at birth.
The mother is a Westfield High School graduate and a firstgrade teacher at Franklin Elementary School in Westfield.
Brendan’s maternal grandmother is Mrs. Patricia Lucke of Cranford, formerly of Westfield.
His paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Walsh, Sr. of Port Washington, N. Y.
Westfield Y Spotlights Training Program Roster
WESTFIELD — The Westfield Y has announced an offering entitled “Personalized Solution,” a personal training program tailored to the needs of the individual.
Trainers will help clients develop their goals and formulate a program that is enjoyable, attainable and will fit into their lifestyle. All personal trainers at the Y are certified by a national certifying body approved by the Westfield Y.
Individuals new to personal training may take advantage of the Y’s Introductory Package for first timers. This includes five, 45minute sessions at a special reduced fee. Participants may also pay per session, or purchase a package of 10 sessions.
New to the menu of Y options is the “Train With a Friend Program,” which allows two to four people to work together with one trainer for an hour.
The “At Home with the Westfield Y” program, formerly available only to individuals with special needs, is now offered to the general public as well. A trainer will come to the client’s home to design a program using the client’s own equipment. Westfield Y membership is required.
For more information on any of these programs, please call Karen F. Simon at (908) 2332700, or visit the Y, located at 220 Clark Street in Westfield.
Newcomers to Hold New Member Coffee
WESTFIELD — The Newcomers Club of Westfield will hold a New Member Coffee for women interested in meeting new people and getting more involved in the community on Thursday, May 4, at 8 p. m. at a member’s home.
Anyone interested in attending or who would like more information may call either Ellen Laide at (908) 3899350 or Kristin Fuccillo at (908) 2320205.
Founded in 1944, the Newcomers Club is open to women who are new to Westfield or who have had a recent lifestyle change, such as a birth, marriage, job change or move within the town.
Club activities include agebased play groups and events for children, a monthly dinner for women at a local restaurant, social events for couples and a monthly book group.
Photographic Historian to Talk About ‘American Century’
FANWOOD – Westfield resident and professional photographic historian Gail Buckland will speak about her extensive research experience for the book “The American Century” at the monthly meeting of the Historical Society of Scotch Plains and Fanwood.
The meeting will take place on Tuesday, April 25, at the Fanwood Train Station at North and Martine Avenues, starting at 8 p. m.
“The American Century,” a 700page pictorial essay, spans the years 1889 to 1989. It was written by Harold Evans and Kevin Baker, with the photographs compiled by Mrs. Buckland, who spent a decade doing
research for the project. She will show slides as she recounts the idea for the book, plus the research, compilation, editing and publishing of it.
The Town Book Store of Westfield will offer the book at a 10 percent discount and Mrs. Buckland will sign purchased copies. This meeting, which is open to everyone, will be followed by refreshments and fellowship.
Further information about the Historical Society may be obtained from its President, Richard Bousquet, at P. O. Box 261, Scotch Plains, 07076 or by calling (908) 2321199.
Volunteers are Needed To Provide Assistance
For Needy Family
AREA — The Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Union County is seeking volunteers to assist a frail, homebound, elderly family living in a mismanaged and unsafe environment to improve their quality of life.
Individuals are needed to provide painting and repair work, cleanup, packing and light construction, as well as emotional support for the occupants.
RSVP of Union County is an organization comprised of citizens age 55 and older who volunteer their time and abilities to make a positive difference in the lives of their neighbors and their communities.
To offer time or for more information, please call Laurie Ludmer at (908) 3543040, Extension No. 319.
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