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College Graduate Teachers Over 30 Years of Experience Small Classes All Levels & Ages
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ACROBATICS BALLET JAZZ MODERN POINTE TAP Beginner to Professional Ages 2½ to Adult
August 29, 30 & 31 12: 30pm 2: 30pm & 4: 30pm 7: 30pm
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Kindermusik classes for ages 2 to 7
Plaza 34 Ridgedale Avenue East Hanover (973) 4280405
281 Main Street Millburn (973) 4674688
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THE NEW JERSEY WORKSHOP FOR THE ARTS
Where Talent Develops and Creativity Thrives!
The New Jersey Workshop for The Arts 150152 E. Broad Street, Westfield
for information (908) 7899696 Concert Band Jazz Band Chamber Orchestra
LEARN TO DRAW AGES 2 TO 6 STILL LIFE EMPHASIS ON LINE, SHAPE, VALUE AND TEXTURE
THEMusic Studio Instrumental Vocal Ensembles LessonsforAll AgesandPerformanceLevels
Experiences of Discovery & Expression
Our professional staff of arts educatiors encourage children to discover and express their natural talents through music, art and
drama. Classes offered Wednesdays & Thursdays.
The Westfield Fencing Club
Beginning and experienced fencers in sabre, foil & epee A nonprofit organization established 1972
Roosevelt Intermediate School in Westfield Reveals Distinguished, Regular Honor Roll
WESTFIELD Roosevelt Inter mediate School in Westfield an nounced the names of pupils on the Distinguished Honor Roll and Honor Roll for seventh and eighth graders during the fourth marking period of the 19992000 school year.
DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL SEVENTH GRADE
52 STUDENTS Jake P. Brandman Jeremy N. Krell Jacqueline A. Burns Sara A. Lesko Lauren Campo Abigail M. Lewis Caroline R. Cariste Zachary S. Lowenstein Garrett R. Cockren Emily Rose MacNeil Christina N. Cordeiro Mary Mc Call Lyndsay Couture Barrett L. Newell James Davy Hillary Nicoll Urmi R. Dedhiya Elissa Niemiera Jacqueline M. Delafuente Kelly Ann ONeill Leah Ann DiMatteo Katharine Okamoto Emily Dura Emily M. Printz Gilad Edelman Elizabeth Purcell Scott B. Fishberg Jessica N. Ropars Meaghan K. Fitzpatrick Avrit Rubin Sara M. Flood Lindsay D. Seagull Sara Gouyd Neda Simaika Emily Rose Greenberg Anne E. Siwulec Craig H. Hewit Dana Brett Spass Katelyn Hoens Scott A. Steinberg Max A. Kaplan Christopher Tropeano Joseph Kenny Allison Turitz Samuel Kim Benjamin Wieder Casey Klein Kathy Yang Henry H. Koehler Zoe S. Zachariades Perri Jana Koll Nicole J. Zubizarreta
REGULAR HONOR ROLL SEVENTH GRADE
77 STUDENTS Diana Bartolomeo Kristen Materek Michael J. Beil James McCabe Diego R. Betancourt Joshua Mc Mahon Olena Borkowsky Maggie E. McDermott Wesley C. Brockway Tara J. Meagher George Bucci Britany Mironovich Leah C. Burke Jared S. Moloshok Brian A. Califf Mark T. Molowa Maryalyse Carter MichelleL.Morawski Gina Castrorao Joel Nemec Amanda L. Cohen Katherine Newingham Chadwick G. Cook Lauren E. Nolan Christopher Coyle Michael S. Oliff Brian Dunstan Danielle Parkinson Jenna B. Federgreen Jeffrey Pate Michael J. Feniger Lauren Purdy Danielle M. Ferrari David P. Reinhardt Patrick D. Fleming Alison Beth Rodino Courtney Franko Michael P. Rubino Jennifer L. Gerckens Gregory Ryan, Jr. Rachel L. Gordon Gregory Salmon Julia Gormley Willa A. Schaefer
D. Harbaugh Evan M. Scher Loretta A. Harry WilliamSchoenbach Max Heitner Emily K. Sheehan Alexandra K. Hermann Katherine Smith Erica A. Herskowitz Brad Speck Ralph David Iannazzone Amanda Spector Charles Kalis Elizabeth K. Strickland
Kealy Adam Vinay Subhas Sarah L. Klass Evan M. Sullivan
Michelle Kuppersmith Jonathan Tannenbaum Andrew R. Levy Mikala Tidswell Michael E. Lombard Elizabeth T. Trimle Brendan J. Mahoney Christopher Velderman Nicholas Malaspina James M. Wade Rachel Maran Gregory M. Weissman Michelle Markowski Anne Yingling
Dana Zichlin DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL
EIGHTH GRADE 29 STUDENTS Stephen Adamo Danny Mahoney Ryan M. Bartholomew Justine McGowan Rebecca Bellovin James McGrath Sabrina C. Bengal Celine Mogielnicki Hannah A. Burke Katherine J. Nicol Dorothy Chou Brian J. Pirot Claire M. Ganley Amanda C. Reider Katherine Geenberg CatherineA.Rimondi Amanda J. Glickman Irina Sheremetyeva Carolyn E. Harbaugh Caroline Sheridan Sarah M. Hoban Emily J. Warren Michael K. Huber Kate Warren Victoria Maffey Eric C. Whitman MaryKate Maher Allison Wicks
Laura M Yee REGULAR HONOR ROLL
EIGHTH GRADE 56 STUDENTS
Kimberly Adams Theresa Nowicki Katherine Albino Polina Opelbaum StephenAnderson Vladimir Oukhmylenko Brooke Austin Danielle Palentchar Leigh Mary Bannworth Ryan E. Palumbo Emily L. Barnes Laurie Pellicano Ravi Krishna Bharadwaj Gregory J. Psomas Victoria Brynildsen Erica S. Raiff Thomas Byrne, 3rd Margaret Reynolds Benjamin Cheah Aurora Rivendale Paul J. Cobuzzi Matthew F. Rowe Elizabeth M. Cullen Meredith Rucinsky Tyler G. Deieso Carolina Safar Maxine FertigCohen Adam D. Sharpe Milan Fry Michael N. Sheflin Erin G. Goldberger Laura Shelman Alyson D. Goodman AndrewP.Sinnenberg Gianna E. Guasconi Anne J. Tabachnick Erika L. Hasenfus Shari B. Thomashow David C. Hewit Jr. Lee J. Tomasso Peter Itz Kristen G. Valla Elizabeth Joyce Miranda Vargas Chungha Kim Charles Vickers Daniel Kim Christine V. Wicks Rachel Lazar Donald E. Williams, 3rd Jared Leung Ashley A Yarusi Jacob Mirsky Katherine Yoo Lauren C Musacchia Adam Seth Novick
Westfield Community Center Provides Free Meals to Kids
WESTFIELD The Westfield Community Center, a federally funded program which provides meals to children at no charge, has announced the sponsorship of the Child Care Food Program.
This program is designed to pro vide meals to children in child care centers, recreation programs and other such programs.
Meals are available at no separate charge to all children age 12 and under who are enrolled in the Child Care Food Program and are served without regard to race, color, na tional origin, disability, age or sex.
Eligibility Income Scale (effec tive from July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2001)
Family Size: 1; Free Yearly come: $10,855; Reduced Yearly In come: $15,448.
Family Size: 2; Free Yearly come: $14,625; Reduced Yearly come: $20,813. Family Size: 3; Free Yearly InPiano come: $18,395; Reduced Yearly InStrings come: $26,178.
Family Size: 4; Free Yearly InMegan come: $22,165; Reduced Yearly InRiverwalk come: $31,543.
There is an additional $3,770 in Free Yearly Income and $5,365 in Reduced Yearly Income for each additional family member.
The Child Care Food Program is a federal program of the Food and Nutrition Service, United States De partment of Agriculture.
It is operated in accordance with United States Department of Agri culture(U. S. D. A.)policy,whichdoes not permit discrimination because of race, color, national origin, disabil ity, age or sex in the meal service, admissions policy or use of any Child Care Food Program facility.
Anyone who believes they have been discriminated against in any U. S. D. A.related activity should write to the Secretary of Agriculture, InWashington,
D. C., 20250. The Westfield Community Center
Inis located at 558West Broad Street in
Courtesy of County of Union
PUTTING CHILDREN FIRST Union County Police are offering free safety inspections on childrens car seats Wednesdays and Thursdays. The police also have a new mobile unit to make inspections. Pictured, left to right, are: Union County Freeholders Chester Holmes, Deborah Scanlon, Mary Ruotolo, Vice Chairman Alexander Mirabella, Chairman Daniel P. Sullivan and County Police Chief Richard Mannix are shown visiting the Child Safety Inspection mobile van at County Police Headquarters on North Avenue in Westfield.
Westfield Library Reveals Fall Programs
WESTFIELD The Westfield Memorial Libraryhasannouncedthat a variety of childrens programs are planned for the fall.
Twos on Twosday, a 20minute program of picture books, songs and finger plays, is designed for 2year olds and an accompanying adult.
It will be held on Tuesdays, Sep tember 26 through November 14, with the exception of November 7, from 10: 30 to 10: 50 a. m.
Nopreregistrationisnecessary,but the group size will be limited to 25 children, so participants are encour aged to arrive early to ensure a spot.
Signins will take place at the Childrens Desk on the morning of the program. The attending child must be 2 years old and have a valid Westfield Library card.
PreSchool 3s may attend a 30minute program on either Tuesday afternoons, from 1: 30 to 2 p. m., SepMark tember 19 through October 17, or
Wednesday mornings, from 10: 30 to 11 a. m., September 20 through Oc tober 18.
Inperson registration is required and will begin on Tuesday, Septem ber 5, at the Childrens Desk.Attend ing children must be 3 years old and have a valid Westfield Library card. The group size will be limited to 20 children per session.
4s and PreK 5s will meet on either Monday afternoons, from 1: 30 to 2 p. m., September 18 through Oc tober 16 (except October 9) or Thurs day mornings, from 10: 30 to 11 a. m., September 21 through October 19.
No preregistration is necessary but the group size is limited to 25 children. Participants will be able to
sign in at the Childrens Desk on the day of the program. The attending child must be 4 years old and have a valid Westfield Library card.
In addition, an After School Ac tivities Program will be offered at the library. The onehour program will meet on alternating Thursdays from 3: 45 to 4: 45 p. m. and will include stories, crafts and movies.
Dates for the program include Sep tember 21, October 5, October 19, No vember 2, 16 and 30 and December 14.
No preregistration is necessary but the group size will be limited to 25 children. Participants will be able to sign up on the afternoon of the program. The attending child must be in the appropriate grade and have
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