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William S. Williams and Miss Wendy J. Fisher
Miss Wendy Fisher To Wed William Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Inman of Hillsboro, Oregon have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Wendy Jeanne Fisher, to William Stover Williams. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Scott Williams of Westfield.
Craig D. Rogers and Miss Karen L. Nicodemus
Miss Karen Nicodemus To Marry Craig Rogers
Mrs. Mary Ann Nicodemus of Scotch Plains and John Nicodemus of Flemington have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Karen Lynn Nicodemus, to Craig David Rogers. He is the son of David Rogers of Westfield.
A graduate of Scotch PlainsFanwood High School, the bride-tobe attended Kean University in Union and is employed as a nursery school
MR. AND MRS. MARTIN A. WALSH, JR.
(She is the former Miss Kerry Patricia Lucke)
Miss Kerry Patricia Lucke Weds Martin A. Walsh, Jr.
Miss Kerry Patricia Lucke of Westfield, the daughter of Mrs. Patricia Lucke of Cranford, formerly of Westfield, and the late Ronald Lucke, was married on Saturday, June 27, to Martin Aquinas Walsh, Jr. of Port Washington, New York. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Walsh, also of Port Washington.
The afternoon ceremony, performed by the Reverend Nicholas Figurelli, took place at the Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church in Westfield. A reception was held at the Chanticler Chateau in Warren.
Escorted down the aisle by her brother, Scott Lucke, the bride wore an ivory Christos gown made of silk chantille with an empire waist and pearl appliqué border, and complemented by a chapel-length veil. She carried a bouquet of champagne roses mixed with several lavender roses.
Ms. Patricia Fitzsimmons of Westfield and Mrs. Michele Pittler of Inverness, Illinois, a cousin of the bride, served as the maid and matron of honor, respectively.
Each wore a sleeveless, periwinkle gown by Waters and Waters with a Bolero jacket, and carried a bouquet of lavender, blue and periwinkle flowers.
Daniel Walsh served as best man, and William Miller was an usher. Both are residents of Summit.
Ms. Rosemary Walsh of Boonton and Ms. Kathleen Walsh of Manhattan, the sisters of the bridegroom, along with Ms. Karen Glod of Hoboken, a friend of the bride, performed readings during the ceremony.
Son, Justin, Born to Elberts
Richard and Katrin Elbert of Westfield have announced the birth of their son, Justin Karl William Elbert, on Thursday, January 28, at 5:34 a.m. at Overlook Hospital in Summit.
Justin weighed 8 pounds and 9 ounces and measured 20 inches in length at birth.
He joins his sister, Kristianna, age 21 months.
The baby’s maternal grandparents are Dr. Karl and Hiltrud Kroemer of Blacksburg, Virginia.
His paternal grandparents are Dr. William and Janice Elbert of Rice Lake, Wisconsin.
Emily Rose Joins Holtzman Family
Elise and Robert Holtzman of Westfield have announced the birth of their daughter, Emily Rose Holtzman, on Thursday, January 7, at Morristown Memorial Hospital in Morristown.
Emily weighed 8 pounds and 5 ounces and measured 21 inches in length at birth.
She joins her older sister, Rachel Danielle.
Her maternal grandparents are Marion and Lee Slosberg of Owings Mills, Maryland.
Emily’s paternal grandparents are Linda and Melvin Holtzman of Montville. teacher at the Redeemer Lutheran
School in Westfield. Her fiancé, also a graduate of Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School, is an alumnus of Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. He is employed as a sales representative with Spring Valley Monument Company in Monsey, New York.
A wedding is planned for November. Miss Fisher is a graduate of Glencoe
High School in Hillsboro and the Katharine Gibbs School in Montclair.
Mr. Williams is a Westfield High School graduate and served for four years in the United States Navy. He is employed as a Master Plumber with Scott Seib Plumbing and Heating in Westfield.
The wedding will be held in September in Westfield.
The bride was awarded her Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Richmond in Virginia, and is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta. She is employed as an elementary school teacher at Franklin School in Westfield.
The bridegroom, who graduated from Chaminade High School, earned his Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Pace University in New York City, and is employed as an elevator consultant for Walsh Associates, Ltd. in New York City.
The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the parents of the bridegroom at the Somerset Hills Hotel.
Following a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple reside in Scotch Plains.
Band Parents’ Group To Host Fifties Dance
WESTFIELD — The Westfield High School Band Parents’ Association will hold its annual 50’s Dance on Saturday, March 6, from 8 to 12 p.m. at the Gran Centurions, 440 Madison Hill Road, Clark.
This major fund-raising event will feature music by the 50’s band, Satin & Gold. A hot buffet and beer and wine are included. Tickets are $27.50 each.
For tickets, please call the Music Department at (908) 317-6730.
Westfield ‘Y’ to Hold Search Institute Event
WESTFIELD – The Westfield Coalition for Resilient Youth, a community group of businesses, schools, families, individuals, congregations and organizations, will meet on Thursday, February 25, at 7 p.m. at the Westfield “Y,” located at 220 Clark Street.
The meeting is the second conducted by the Search Institute, a nonprofit organization which has done research on youth development in America.
Through a study of 370,000 students in grades 6 through 12 nationwide, the Institute has identified 40 “assets” which it claims leads to the
development of confident, resilient youngsters.
These factors range from family support, a caring neighborhood, selfesteem and resistance skills, according to David Mueller, Director of Family Life at the Westfield “Y” and a member of the Vision Team spearheading the coalition.
During the upcoming meeting, attendees will begin to map out resources already available in town. All interested adults and teens are invited to attend.
For more information, please call Mr. Mueller at the “Y” at (908) 2332700.
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