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Katherine Grace Welcomed By
Thomas and Suzanne Zimmermann of Mountainside have announced the birth of their daughter, Katherine Grace Zimmermann, on Monday, February 28, at 12: 45 p. m. at Overlook Hospital in Summit.
Katherine weighed 8 pounds and 10 ounces and measured 20 inches in length at birth.
Her maternal grandparents are Edward and Louise Rittberg of Secaucus. The paternal grandparents are Hans and Rita Zimmermann of North Arlington.
William C. Ford and Miss Sharon L. Hennessy
Miss Sharon L. Hennessy To Marry William C. Ford
MR. AND MRS. TRAVIS A. REBOK
(She is the former Miss Christine M. Nelson)
Miss Christine M. Nelson Marries Travis A. Rebok
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Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hennessy of Scotch Plains have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Sharon L. Hennessy, to William C. Ford. He is the son of Mrs. Elaine M. Ford of Basking Ridge and the late Bernard J. Ford.
A 1991 graduate of Scotch PlainsFanwood High School, the brideelect earned her Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Ac counting in 1995 from Loyola College
in Baltimore, Md. She is employed as a Senior Financial Analyst with Pharmacia & Upjohn.
Her fiancé graduated from Ridge High School in 1986 and from the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania in 1990 with a bachelor’s degree in economics and finance.
He received his Master of Business Administration Degree in Investment and Finance from Fairleigh Dickinson University and is employed as a financial advisor with Axa Advisors/ Equitable.
A wedding is planned for October. Miss Christine M. Nelson of
Herndon, Va., the daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Pierce of Fanwood and David Nelson of Orlando, Fla., was married on Saturday, May 15, to Travis A. Rebok of Ashburn, Va. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rebok of Chambersburg, Pa.
The afternoon ceremony took place at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Westfield, with the Reverend Dimitrios Antokis officiating. A reception followed at Mayfair Farms in West Orange.
Escorted down the aisle by her father, the bride wore a white satin, Aline gown with cap sleeves. It also featured a bodice beaded with white pearls and a long train. She carried a bouquet of white and creamcolored Virginia roses.
Ms. Antoinette Vlahakis of Flemington was the maid of honor. The bridal attendants included Mrs. Jennifer Kelly and Ms. Eileen Marmora, both of Scotch Plains; Ms. Kathy Sanelli of Weehawken and Mrs. Kristina Casey of North Wales, Pa.
All wore sage green, floorlength gowns and carried bouquets of blush, cream and light pink roses.
Charles Sweeder of Carlisle, Pa. was the best man. Serving as ushers were Michael Watkin of Mechanicsburg, Pa., Richard Marshall of Hoboken, Anthony de la Paz of Herndon, Va. and Michael Nelson of Marlborough, Mass., the brother of the bride.
Miss Lena Vlahakis of New York City was the flower girl, Scott Hindle of Flemington was the ring bearer and Peter Vlahakis, also of Flemington, was a junior usher.
The bride is a 1989 graduate of Scotch PlainsFanwood High School and a 1993 graduate of Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa. She is employed as a manager at Andersen Consulting in Florham Park.
A 1987 alumnus of Chambersburg High School, the bridegroom graduated in 1992 from Indiana University in Pennsylvania. He is employed with IBM Global Services in Herndon, Va. as a systems consultant.
A rehearsal party was hosted by the parents of the bridegroom on Friday, May 14, at Giovanna’s Restaurant in Scotch Plains.
Following a twoweek honeymoon in Hawaii, the couple reside in the home they had built in Ashburn, Va.
MillerCory Museum to Hold Crewel Embroidery Program
WESTFIELD — Crewel embroidery, the most popular form of embroidery among women in Colonial America, will be demonstrated by Laurie Mills and her daughter, Amy, of Fanwood at the MillerCory House Museum, 614 Mountain Avenue in Westfield, this Sunday, March 26, from 2 to 5 p. m.
Colonial women gradually adapted the original English designs to reflect their own lives and the materials available locally. Their motifs lent a lighthearted quality to American crewel that was missing from the very formal English crewel of the same period. The women also learned to use the most economical stitches and threads.
Costumed docents will give tours of the 1740 farmhouse, with the last tour beginning at 4 p. m.
In addition, seasonal foods will be prepared over an open hearth using authentic recipes and cooking techniques that were practiced by early Americans. Visitors to the museum will be able to enjoy taste treats
prepared by museum cooks Ellen and Zoe Hess of Cranford.
The museum gift shop offers a wide variety of cookbooks, tinware and Colonial reproductions, as well as educational materials. Admission to the museum is $2 for adults, 50 cents for students and free for children under age six.
On Sunday, April 2, the museum will present a program entitled “Pierced Paper Art.”
For more information about the museum and its schedule of upcoming events, please call the museum office at (908) 2321776 between 9 a. m. and noon, Monday through Friday.
CLUB HONOREE… Bonnie Borton, pictured at right, is honored at a recent meeting of the Junior Woman’s Club of Westfield for her outstanding contributions during the club’s 19992000 year. The club focuses on charitable, community and educational projects which benefit Westfield and surrounding communities. Club President Kim Shovlin is pictured at left. Ms. Borton resides in Westfield and has been nominated for club President for the 20002001 club year. Garden Clubs to Assist
Habitat for Humanity Via Landscaping Effort
WESTFIELD – During the February meeting of the Executive Board of the Garden Club of New Jersey, members voted unanimously to support a project involving the landscaping of individual homes being built by Habitat for Humanity.
The project, selected by the National Council of State Garden Clubs, is the latest activity to be undertaken by member garden clubs to preserve the environment and beautify the landscape, while lending a hand to those who need it.
Kay Cross of Westfield and Bonnie Nichols of Medford Lakes, CoChairwomen of the project in support of Habitat for Humanity, will advise local garden clubs on landscaping new homes in their areas.
Class in Power Yoga To Begin April 5 at Y
WESTFIELD — The Westfield Y, 220 Clark Street in Westfield, will add Power Yoga to its mind and body course offerings beginning Wednesday, April 5, at 7 a. m.
This class will run for four weeks, with an eightweek session to begin in May, when the schedule will expand to include a class on Sunday afternoons at 1: 30 p. m.
While more aerobic and strenuous than other styles of yoga, Power Yoga still includes a meditative component designed to leave students feeling both relaxed and energetic, according to Y spokeswoman Karen F. Simon.
The poses and tempo of the clean can easily be modified for people of all ages and fitness levels.
The fee for the fourweek session is $40 for Basic Members and $20 for Silver Members. Membership in the Westfield Y is required. To register, please visit the Y. For more information, please call Ms. Simon at (908) 2332700.
Westfield Library Sets Internet Class Date
WESTFIELD – The Westfield Memorial Library, 550 East Broad Street in Westfield, will offer a 90minute course on searching the Internet on Thursday, April 6, at 9: 15 a. m.
Librarians will lead a handson program on basic Internet searching skills and techniques. The magazine database, EBSCOhost, will also be covered.
The ability to use a computer mouse is necessary and can be learned prior to the class. Seating is limited and a Westfield Library card is required for registration.
For further information, please call (908) 7894090.
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