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Miss Karen L. Berry and Brent C. Kaczmarek
Miss Karen L. Berry To Wed Brent Kaczmarek
Miss Meghan E. McCory and Corey M. Walsh
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Miss Alisa Tagliareni Weds Lee Wasserman
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCory of Ridge Wood have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Meghan Erin McCory of Hoboken, to Corey Michael Walsh, also of Hoboken. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Walsh of Westfield.
A 1992 graduate of Ridge Wood High School in Ridge Wood, Miss McCory earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Villanova University in Villanova, Pa., in 1996. She is employed by Litzky Public Relations in Hoboken as an account executive.
Mr. Walsh, a 1992 graduate of Westfield High School, was awarded his Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Villanova University in 1996.
He received his master’s degree in English Education from Columbia University Teachers College in New York in 1997 and is employed as an English teacher with Ramapo High School.
A wedding is planned for July at the Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church in Westfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Berry of Greensboro, N. C. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Karen L. Berry of Arlington, Va. to Brent C. Kaczmarek, also of Arlington. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kaczmarek of Waukesha, Wis.
The brideelect graduated in 1993 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and a master’s degree in accounting. She is employed as a
Certified Public Accountant. The future bridegroom earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Commerce with a concentration in Finance from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va. in 1993. He also holds a Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
The couple are both employed in the Business Consulting Division of Arthur Andersen in Washington, D. C.
A wedding is planned for November. Miss Alisa Tagliareni, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Tagliareni of Westfield, was married on Friday, August 27, to Lee Wasserman. He is the son of Mrs. Lois Sang of Livingston and Lary Wasserman of Vernon.
The afternoon ceremony was performed at Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church in Mountainside, with the Reverend Nicholas Figarelli and Rabbi Dennis Tobin officiating. A reception was held at the Richfield Regency in Verona.
The bride, who was escorted down the aisle by her parents, wore a full, traditional gown of 100 percent silk, with a fully embroidered top and smooth silk from the waist down. It featured a Vneck front and back, long, transparent sleeves adorned with flowers and was complemented by a waistlength veil. Her matching, crownlike headpiece was adorned with lace and beads and she carried a bouquet of white and champagne roses.
Mrs. Debra Ondrof of Wood Ridge, the sister of the bride, served as the matron of honor. The bridal attendants included Miss Susan Letwink and Mrs. Karyn Jakubik, both of Scotch Plains; Mrs. Leslie Rogers of Kenilworth and Miss Judy Lassman of Morristown.
All wore long, champagnecolored gowns with short sleeves and a scooped neck. They carried nosegays
of champagne and chocolate roses. The flower girls were Olivia Ondrof of Woodridge and Veronica Mihalko of Whippany.
Matthew Crystal of Pine Brook was the best man. Serving as ushers were Greg Aerobach of Livingston, David Sang of Scotch Plains, Andrew Wasserman of Weston, Fla. and Joe Mihalko of Whippany.
A graduate of Westfield High School, the bride received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise PhysiologyCardiac Rehabilitation from William Paterson University in Wayne.
She obtained her master’s degree in Public Health Administration from Kean University in Union and is employed by Saint Peter’s University Hospital in New Brunswick.
A graduate of Livingston High School, the bridegroom holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Accounting and General Business from the University of Maryland. He is a Certified Public Accountant and President of Lew Corporation in Livingston.
The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the mother of the bridegroom at Brianna’s Restaurant in Scotch Plains. An engagement party was given by the bride’s parents at their home and a shower was hosted by the bridal party at Il Vicolo in Livingston.
Following a sevenday cruise to the Greek Islands and two days in the French Riviera, the couple resides in Morris Plains.
Historical Society to Hear Program on Sanctuaries
WESTFIELD — Richard T. Koles, a photographer, author and President of Houses of Worship in Union County, and author and historian JeanRae Turner will present a slide and lecture program spotlighting local sanctuaries at the general meeting of the Westfield Historical Society.
The meeting will take place at 8 p. m. next Thursday, January 20, in the Community Room of the Westfield Municipal Building, located at 425 East Broad Street.
A past President of the New Jersey Press Photographers Association, Mr. Koles received a HEART (History, Education, Arts Reaching Thousands) grant from the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders to locate and photograph historic houses of worship and to photograph pictures of sanctuaries no longer in existence.
Ms. Turner, the Secretary of the Union County Historical Society, will provide commentary for the program. A former history teacher, newspaper reporter and librarian, she is cur rently a lecturer and an author of
New Jersey history. She has coauthored several books with Mr. Koles.
The HEART Grant program is administered by the Union County Division of Cultural and Heritage Affairs. One of the program requirements is that recipients present the results of their work.
The public is invited to attend the presentation at no charge. There will be light refreshments at the end of the program.
Foothill Club to Meet February 3 for Lunch
MOUNTAINSIDE – The Foothill Club of Mountainside will meet for lunch on Thursday, February 3, at noon at B. G. Fields Restaurant, 560 Springfield Avenue in Westfield.
Ruth Goense will present a program on flower arranging. For reservations, please call Genevieve at (908) 2323626. Guests are always welcome.
La Leche League Sets January 20 Meeting
WESTFIELD — La Leche League of Westfield, a breastfeeding information and support group, will meet next Thursday, January 20, at 10: 15 a. m.
The meeting location has been changed to the Cranford United Methodist Church, 201 East Lincoln Avenue in Cranford. Meetings are held on the third Thursday of the month.
For more information, please call (908) 3011339, (908) 7894772 or (908) 2337164.
Foundation’s Trustee Board Awards $57,700 in Grants
WESTFIELD — The Board of Trustees of the Westfield Foundation voted at its fourth quarterly meeting to award $57,700 in community grants.
The United Fund of Westfield received $19,000 to purchase an upgraded customized computer system for the agency.
Fourth graders in the Westfield school district will benefit from a $6,500 grant to the Westfield Symphony Orchestra for a program consisting of a onehour interactive presentation of the opera Hansel and Gretel. Students will be asked to play some of the roles.
The Board of Trustees awarded the Jewish Community Center of Central New Jersey $5,000 to be used in upgrading and expanding its computer lab. New computer classes will be available to children, teens and adults.
A grant of $5,000 was awarded to Lifetime Support, Inc., a newly created, nonprofit corporation providing guardianship, payeeship, life planning and advocacy for people with developmental disabilities.
The organization was developed at the request of aging parents of adult children with developmental disabilities who were concerned about who would care for their children after they were gone.
Youth and Family Counseling was awarded $5,000 to support an ongoing counseling program for troubled preteenagers and early teenage children in Westfield. The weekly program is under the direction of Dr. Milton Faith.
The Westfield Board of Education received a grant of $4,900 to survey eighth and 11th graders to determine some of the major issues facing adolescents in Westfield and to whom they can turn for help.
This was in response to student frustration, as reported in the high school’s Hi’s Eye, at not being heard during the MSNBC “Town Meeting” broadcast from the high school last year following the shootings at
Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo. The grant will provide for tabulating the results of the survey and completing an analysis of student responses.
Westfield Young Artists’ Cooperative Theatre, Inc. (WYACT), which promotes youth theater and theater arts for the Westfield community, received $4,000 in grant money to help support the development and implementation of a professionallyrun marketing/ publicity campaign. This campaign would promote WYACT during its theater season.
The Westfield High School Hockey Association received a $2,500 grant to help offset transportation costs for the team. The team receives no funding form the Westfield Board of Education.
The Board of Trustees awarded $2,000 to the Patriot’s Path Council, Boy Scouts of America, for the purchase and installation of a personal computer to be used by the District Executive to perform program and membership functions for the Patriot District, which includes Westfield.
A grant of $1,800 will go to Project Home of Cranford, Inc., an organization that assists area families in danger of losing their homes due to a crisis situation such as unemployment or illness.
The Board of Trustees granted $1,000 to the MidDay Musicales program of Westfield for the presentation of one concert featuring a string quartet. MidDay Musicales bring professional concert artists to the community through a series of free noontime concerts to be held in March 2000 at the First Congregational Church in Westfield.
Cranford Family Care was awarded a grant of $1,000 to supplement flood relief services to victims of Hurricane Floyd.
For more information regarding the Westfield Foundation, please write to P. O. Box No. 2295, Westfield, 07091 or call (908) 2339787.
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Temple Slates Program On Portrayals of Jews
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WESTFIELD — Temple EmanuEl of Westfield will present “Cinema’s Portraits of the American Jew,” an audiovisual program led by Dr. Eric Goldman, on Sunday, January 23, at 7 p. m. at the synagogue.
Dr. Goldman will highlight the multifaceted portraits of Jews in American cinema through both recent and older film clips.
An expert on Yiddish, Israeli and Jewish film, Dr. Goldman served as film curator at the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research and was also a member of the Educational Advisory Committee of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D. C.
The program is free. Temple EmanuEl is located at 756 East Broad Street in Westfield. For additional information, please call Carolyn Shane at the temple office, (908) 2326770.
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