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David Wroe and Miss Shuang Guo
Miss Shuang Guo To Marry David Wroe
Miss Shuang Guo of Westfield and David Wroe of Scotch Plains have announced their engagement to be married in September atThe Presby terian Church in Westfield.
Guo is the daughter of Fuan Guo and Xianhuan Tan of Beijing, China. Mr. Wroe is the son of Joseph and Doreen Wroe of Doncaster, En gland.
Born in China, the brideelect is a pianist, a piano teacher with a private studio in Westfield, and the conductor of two Chinese choirs in New Jersey. She is an alumna of the
Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing and The College for Art in Berlin.
Her fiancé is the Music Director of the Westfield Symphony Orchestra.
Born in England, he holds a master’s degree in music from Northwestern University in Chi cago. He is a past Assistant Con ductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and was also Principal Conductor of the Heidelberg City Opera in Germany. He is a guest conductor throughout America and Europe.
Madison Mae Welcomed By Postlewait Family
Mr. and Mrs. Troy W. Postlewait of Scotch Plains have announced the birth of their second child, daughter Madison Mae Postlewait, on Friday, May 12, at 2: 32 a. m. at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston.
Madison weighed 7 pounds and 6 ounces and measured 19½ inches in length at birth.
She joins her sister, Hannah Jean, 2.
Freda Vorrius of Rahway is baby’s maternal grandmother. Calvin J. “Pete” Postlewait ofVerona is her paternal grandfather.
Mrs. Mabel Postlewait of Milton Freewater, Oregon, is the paternal greatgrandmother.
Ms. Susan Minzter
Ms. Susan Minzter Engaged To Benjamin Reytblat
Dr. Albert and Leatrice Minzter of Westfield have announced the en gagement of their daughter, Ms. Su san Minzter, to Benjamin Reytblat of Somerset. He is the son of Dr. Nina A. Langdon of St. Charles, Ill. and Dr. Zinovy Reytblatt of Bridge port, Conn.
Ms. Minzter graduated from Westfield High School in 1981 and received her Bachelor ofArts Degree in English Literature from William Smith College.
She is employed as the Chief Mar keting Officer of Quadrix Solutions, Inc., a systems integrator and web hosting company headquartered in Piscataway.
Mr. Reytblat earned his Bachelor Science Degree in Mathematics
the University of Illinois and his master’s degree in computer sci
ence from Rutgers University. He is President and Chief Executive Of ficer of Quadrix Solutions, Inc.
A September wedding is planned.
Library Seeks Volunteers To Help With Renovations GENEROUS DONATION… Ed Mitchell, Treasurer of the Friends of the
Fanwood Memorial Library, looks on while Friends Vice President Carol Campell presents Library Director Dan Weiss with a check for $7,000 that will benefit continuing renovations at the library.
FANWOOD — The Fanwood Memorial Library at North Avenue and Tillotson Road will get a long awaited “facelift” this summer, with major interior renovations to take place that will enhance and update the facility.
Volunteers are needed to help with the boxing and moving of materials in preparation for the renovations, and to assist with other aspects of the project as well.
People are especially needed from late July to midAugust, then again from late August through Saturday, September 9, when the library will reopen with a gala celebration to unveil all of the new improvements.
The library will remain open until Friday, August 11, which marks the end of the Summer Reading Pro gram in the Children’s Department.
Some materials in the Adult Depart ment will be inaccessible starting in late July as the library prepares for the work to be done, and the entire library will be closed completely from August 12 to the first Saturday after Labor Day.
The renovation plans include new carpeting and painting throughout theAdult Section, new main entrance doors, a new Children’s Department Service Desk and a new Circulation Desk.
New tables for work and study, improved periodical and audio/ vi sualdisplays andnewcomputerwork areas will be included, along with newshelvingthat willprovideamore than15percent increaseintheamount of space for materials.
In addition, a new Young Adult area will be created featuring a study area, a computer workstation and books, magazines and other materiMiss als aimed at that age group.
The improvements are the result of a joint effort between the Borough of Fanwood, the Friends of the Fanwood Memorial Library, the liconcert brary itself and its Board of Trustees. Assistance with the efforts will be providedby membersoftheFanwood Department of PublicWorks and oth ers.
The renovations will complete a threeyear plan set in motion by Dan Weiss when he became Library Diof rector in October of 1997. Automafrom tion of library services was comage pleted last summer, as well as nuMrs. merous improvements to the extethe rior of the building.
Volunteers of any age are welon come to participate and may call (908) 3226400 for further informa tion.
Diabetes Association Seeks Donations Of Unwanted Vehicles
The American Diabetes Associa tion, Eastern Region Office, is asking people to donate their unwanted cars to help raise funds for the association.
The organization will tow most any car free of charge. Cars need to be intact and the certificate of title must be presented at the time of pickup.
Anyone interested in donating a car may call (888) 2129900.
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