A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains – Fanwood Thursday, April 15, 1998 Page C13
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Wilson Elementary School Holds Open House Event TEA TIME…Kindergartners in Maryann Sepe's class came dressed as knights
and ladies for a traditional English Tea party. Pictured, left to right, are: Nicholas Safonov, Maryann Sepe, Rebecca De La Fuente, Alyssa Hatch, Meghan Sullivan, Alex Frankel, Jennifer Sexton, Erin McLevey, Kristen Zellner, and Morgan Murphy.
WESTFIELD — Wilson Elementary School in Westfield recently held an open house for all the families of the students in the school.
This long-standing tradition allows the students to show their specially invited guests all the projects that they have been working on in their classrooms. After
visiting the classrooms, guests were given a tour of other school highlights, such as the library and gymnasium.
Teachers at Wilson Elementary volunteered their time to make the event successful. Parents prepared delicacies, such as English tea fare, and cookies and treats.
New Jersey History Expert To Speak to Women's Club
MOUNTAINSIDE — John T. Cunningham, known as "Mr. New Jersey" because of his knowledge of the state's history, will be the guest speaker at the Tuesday, April 20, meeting of the College Women's Club of Mountainside at 7:30 p.m. in Mountainside Borough Hall.
Mr. Cunningham has written "You, New Jersey and the World," which is used in school systems throughout the state. His latest book, "Railroads in New Jersey: The Formative Years," published in 1997, details rail activities before World War I.
In addition to his 38 published books, Mr. Cunningham has also written scripts for 20 historical films and documentaries, and authored several thousand magazine articles. His many awards include an Emmy for the best written documentary film
in 1985. Mr. Cunningham will be available to sign any of his books at the conclusion of the program.
John T. Cunningham Historical Society Assembly To Welcome Guest Speaker
WESTFIELD — The Spring Assembly of the Westfield History Societies will feature William G. Clotworthy in a presentation entitled "In the Footsteps of George Washington" on Wednesday, April 21, at 8 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, 170 Elm Street in Westfield. Introductory music will begin at 7:45 p.m.
The lecture will focus on the first President's younger years, both geographically and chronologically, including not only the places where he slept but also where he lived, fought and was memorialized.
A native of Westfield, Mr. Clotworthy was employed for more than 40 years in radio and television advertising and broadcasting. After his retirement, he became involved in book publishing on historical subjects including presidential homes, libraries and museums. He graduated from Westfield High School in 1943.
The Spring Assembly annually brings together the Genealogical
Society of the West Fields, the MillerCory House Museum Volunteers, the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Sons of the American Revolution, and the Westfield Historical Society, this year's host organization.
Jane Gross and Virginia Jackson will present a four-hand piano musicale before the main presentation. Refreshments will conclude the program, which is open to the public.
Parking is prohibited at the rear of the video store adjacent to the church, but is available in the town lot accessible from either Elm Street or from Mountain Avenue.
African Violet Society Meets Today at 1 p.m.
SCOTCH PLAINS – The Union County Chapter of the African Violet Society of America will meet today, Thursday, April 15, at 1 p.m. in the Scotch Plains Public Library, 1927 Bartle Avenue in Scotch Plains.
The scheduled program is entitled "Back to Basics," and the public is invited to attend.
Cancer Society Plans Dinner, Fashion Show
MOUNTAINSIDE — The American Cancer Society, Union County Unit, will present its 1999 Dinner and Fashion Show on Thursday, April 22, from 6 to 10 p.m. at L'Affaire in Mountainside.
Sponsors for the evening include Patient Care, Inc. and Associated Radiologists, PA. Tickets may be purchased for $45 each and include dinner, a gold bag auction, and a fashion show by Debra Van Horn.
Limited seating is available. Interested individuals are asked to make reservations by Friday, April 16, by calling the American Cancer Society at (908) 354-7373.
County College to Feature Civil War Conference
Union County College and the New Jersey Historical Commission are sponsoring an all-day conference entitled "Perspectives on the Civil War" on the College's Cranford campus from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 17. The event is supported by a grant from the Union County College Foundation.
Gabor Boritt, a Lincoln scholar and Director of the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College will speak on "The Lincoln Image."
James McPherson, Professor at Princeton University, Civil War scholar, and Pulitzer prize winning author of "Battle Cry of Freedom" will answer the question "Was Blood Thicker Than Water?" in his address on ethnic and civic nationalism in the Civil War.
Joel Silbey, a Cornell University History Professor, will discuss American Politics in the Civil War era when he presents remarks entitled "An Expansion of Reach, An Explosion of Energy."
In addition to the feature presentations by these noted Civil War scholars, all three will participate in a
panel discussion. The day will also include workshops on "Teaching the Civil War," "The Underground Railroad: New Jersey and Nationally" and "Trends in Civil War Military History."
The conference will conclude from 4:30 to 6 p.m. with a concert of Civil War Era songs performed by the North Jersey Philharmonic Glee Club, narrated by Dr. Clement Alexander Price of Rutgers University.
The registration fee for this conference is $40 per person. There is a reduced registration fee of $25 for students. The fee includes the conference, luncheon, and the concert.
Tickets may be purchased at the door for $7 per person. For further information, please contact the Office of Continuing Education, Union County College, 1033 Springfield Avenue, Cranford, 07016, or by phone at (908) 709-7600.
Parents to Hear Talk On Students' Entrance Into the College Years
SCOTCH PLAINS – The Reverend Ed Reading, a member of the staff at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Seton Hall University and Georgian Court College, will present "College — It Ain't What It Used to Be" at the Parent Liaison Meeting of the Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School Parent Teacher Association on Wednesday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m.
The program will take place in the Multipurpose Room of Scotch PlainsFanwood High School on Westfield Road in Scotch Plains.
During the presentation, Reverend Reading will guide the audience through a social scene that may have changed since parents attended college, and will discuss changes which students face, such as living away from home for the first time, attending a large institution, and getting through college in four years.
He will also offer strategies and suggestions for helping families cope with this transitional time in the student's life. All interested community members are invited to attend.
Westfield High School Sets Two Concerts for Spring
WESTFIELD — The Fine Arts Department of Westfield High School will present two concerts this spring.
The first, to be held on Wednesday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium, will feature the wind ensemble, concert band and the Mendelssohn Octet.
The second concert will take place the following Wednesday, April 28, also at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. The Westfield Chorale and the Madrigal Singers will perform, as well as the Westfield Symphony Orchestra, with featured soloist Beth Satkin on bass.
On April 21, the wind ensemble, under the direction of Raymond Wojcik, will present "Emperata Overture" by Claude Smith; "Salute the Duke," in honor of Duke Ellington's 100th birthday, and "Light Calvary Overture" by Von Suppe.
The concert band will perform "Air for Band" by Erickson, "Medley of John Williams Concert Celebration,"
and music from Aladdin, Star Wars,
The Mendelssohn Octet, directed by Michael Stewart, a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, is comprised of Christina Yang, Andy Bhasin, Peter and Allen Yu, John Chern, David Paik, Michael Idland, and Deirdre Lynn.
On April 28, the Chorale will perform "The Magnificat" by J. C. Bach. Ms. Satkin, a senior bassist chosen for the All-Eastern Honors Orchestra this year, will be featured in the first movement of the Bass Concerto by Dragonetti.
The symphony orchestra will play Tchaikovsky's "Serenade for Strings," and will conclude with music from The Empire Strikes Back.
For details, please call the Westfield High School Fine Arts Department at (908) 789-4549. The concert is open to the public and is free of charge.
AN ARRAY OF 'TREASURES'…Old Treasure Chest has opened its doors at 401 Cumberland Street in Westfield (two blocks from the Westfield Circle). The business buys and sells toys, collectibles, trains, antiques, dolls and other items. Available seven days a week, the establishment may be reached by calling (908) 351-9515 or (908) 317-9007. Arrangements can be made for home visits.
Book Sale Continues At Westfield Library
WESTFIELD — The annual book sale sponsored by the Friends of Westfield Memorial Library will continue today, Thursday, April 15, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the program room of the library, located at 550 East Broad Street in Westfield.
On sale at bargain prices are fiction and non-fiction books, children's books, cookbooks, rare books and more.
Half-price Day is set for tomorrow, Friday, April 16, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Bag Day will be held on Saturday, April 17, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Bone Marrow Drive Slated For May 2
WESTFIELD — A bone marrow drive on behalf of the National Marrow Donor Program will take place on Sunday, May 2, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Community Room at the Westfield Town Hall at 425 East Broad Street.
Bone marrow transplants are needed for patients suffering from leukemia, aplastic anemia and other fatal diseases.
The initial procedure requires a small sample of blood to be drawn, after which the sample is entered into the National Registry. If a match is determined, the donor will be invited to provide bone marrow to a person whose survival depends on a bone marrow transplant.
There is no charge for registering; however, the cost of sampling blood and testing for matches is $68, for which donations are greatly appreciated.
Drive sponsors hope to raise the rest of the $35,000 necessary for testing through private and corporate donations. While registrants are encouraged to help defray costs, the priority is on registering as many people as possible.
To contribute to this program, please make checks out to the Karyn Research Fund and send to Allan and Debbie Tiedrich, 5 Kirkview Circle, Westfield, 07090.
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