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HELP WANTED VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Westfield Rescue Squad seeks trainees for Emergency Medical Technicians. Valid NJ Driver’s Lic. req. Min., 4 hrs./ wk.
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Seeks trainees as Dispatchers. Min. 2 hrs./ wk. All training provided.
Call Miki Leitner (908) 2332501 HELP WANTED
Come grow with us. Looking for a challenging, exciting way to help kids succeed? We have great parttime teaching positions with flexible hours, paid training & great growth potential. If interested, call the Huntington Learning Center in Springfield at (973) 2580085 or the Edison Center at (732) 7679742.
HELP WANTED CHILD CARE
Child care needed. Responsible person who loves kids to care for 2 children aged 7 & 10. MonFri., 3 to 6 p. m. Exc. pay for the right person. Ref. a must. Car required.
Call (908) 3010219 Home (212) 5413059 Work HELP WANTED RECEPTIONIST/ CASHIER
Cashier position in Union, Tues. thru Sat. 9: 30 a. m.6 p. m. Applicants with experience & strong communication skills.
Please Call (908) 6878484 HOUSING WANTED
Housing Wanted. May 29 (or earlier) to August 7. Princeton alumna, U. Va. law student has internship in Newark. Single. Priceterms negotiable.
(717) 8481711 Fax: (717) 8491645
Polish woman is looking for more homes to clean. Experience, own transportation, and good references.
Please Call (908) 6879604 HELP WANTED
Medical Billing Secretary/ Receptionist. OBGYN & computer expr. required. 35 hrs./ week in Westfield.
Please Call (908) 6547211 HELP WANTED
Municipal Court Clerk P/ T, 1525 hrs./ week Monday days (required last Monday evening of every month). Exp. preferred, will train. Send résumé to: Yvonne Rude, Scotch Plains Municipal Court, 430 Park Ave., Scotch Plains, NJ 07076.
HELP WANTED NANNY/ CHILD CARE
Full Time – Excellent opportunity to provide live out quality child care for 5 month old girl. Must have experience with infants and strong references. Competitive salary based on experience.
For Consideration Please Call (973) 9127471
Administrative Assistant for a busy religious school in Westfield. Excellent administrative, computer & human relations skills required. Great place to work!
Please Call Tamara At: (908) 2326772 And Fax Résumé to:
(908) 2327389 HELP WANTED DENTAL ASSISTANT
Full time opportunity in established Westfield office. Medical pension, and other excellent benefits. Salary commensurate with experience.
Please Call (908) 2324400 HELP WANTED
Summer ’99: Children’s day camp counselors. WSI/ Lifeguards, activity instructors. Ideal for teachers, college students. Watchung area.
Call 1888THE CAMP HELP WANTED CHILD CARE
Nice job for exceptional responsible care giver. Two afternoons – 2: 45 5: 45 p. m. Pick up 3 children after school. Car required.
Please Call (908) 6548691 SEEKING APARTMENT
Professor, nonsmoker, no pets, requires one bedroom apt. within walking distance of train station.
Please Call (973) 5963274 Leave Message
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE 1986 Chevy Monte Carlo SS,
black/ black, V8, auto, A/ C, Pwr. windows & locks, 100 K, custom interior. New rims, brakes, shocks plus much more. $4,300 or best offer.
Please Call Anthony (973) 5645959
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CALL (908) 232-4407
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Support Groups, Courses On Tap at St. Barnabas
Saint Barnabas Medical Center, located on Old Short Hills Road in Livingston, is offering free education classes, support groups and special programs this month.
“Growing Through Loss Bereavement Support Groups” will be held today, Thursday, January 21, from 10 to 11:30 a.m., and on Monday, January 25, from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Discussion will include such topics as “Why does it hurt so much?”, “Dealing with feelings of anger,” and “Changing perspectives on life and letting go.” For further information or to register, please call the Pastoral Care Department at (973) 322-5015.
“HIV/AIDS Support Group for Caregivers, Families and/or Significant Others” is scheduled for January 25. Meetings are held on the fourth Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in Room No. 308 of the East Wing Building at St. Barnabas Medical Center.
The group will offer education, information and mutual support for par
ticipants. Facilitated by clinical specialists in the field, the discussion will address medical and emotional issues. For further information and to register, please call (973) 3225367.
“Parenting Insights,” a group for new parents to discuss ideas about baby care, will be held on Tuesday, January 26, and every Tuesday from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Solarium on Unit 3300 at St. Barnabas Medical Center.
Members of St. Barnabas’ obstetrical nursing team will be available to answer parents’ questions. Newborns in car seats and strollers are welcome. Refreshments will be served.
For reservations and more information, please call Maternal Child Health at (973) 322-5000, Extension No. 2584.
“Family and Friends Support Group,” for family members and friends of cancer patients, will be held on Wednesday, January 27, and will meet the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month from 6:30 to 8 p.m. For the meeting location and to register, please call (973) 3228405.
“Coping Through Creativity” will be held on Thursday, January 28, and meets every other Thursday from 9:45 to 11:15 a.m. in the Cancer Center Conference Room on the second floor of the East Wing Building.
The group offers support for adults undergoing cancer treatment by allowing them to express their emotions and cope with the stress of their diagnosis and treatment through creative means. Prior experience with art will not be required. For more information, please call (973) 3228414.
Watercolor Exhibit on Tap At Westfield Art Gallery
The Westfield Art Gallery, located at 150-152 East Broad Street in Westfield, will hold a month-long exhibit of watercolor paintings by Beth Alyse Kantor. It will be open to the public from Sunday, January 24, through Thursday, February 25, beginning with an opening reception this Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m.
A graduate of Princeton University, Ms. Kantor earned her degree in art history and has had her work exhibited at various New Jersey and New York locations. Her artwork was published in the winter 1998 issue of
Jersey Shore Publications and the winter 1997 edition of On Display.
Ms. Kantor has taught at Artrageous Kids in Lincroft, interned at The Drawing Center in New York City, and was the artistic coordinator at The Center for Jewish Life in Princeton.
She is also a member of the Garden State Watercolor Society, the
New Jersey Watercolor Society, the Shrewsbury Guild of Creative Art, and the Hunterdon Museum of Art. Recently, Ms. Kantor took second place at the Garden State Watercolor Society Annual Juried Show.
The Westfield Art Gallery is a division of The New Jersey Workshop for the Arts, a non-profit organization established in 1972. For further information, please call (908) 7899696.
Poets to Read Recent Works Exploring Emotional Issues
Poets Renee Ashley and Madeline Tiger will read from their recent works during a presentation entitled “Demons and Angels: Poems of Strong Desire,” on Monday, January
25, at 7:30 p.m. at the Resource Center for Women.
A non-profit, non-sectarian organization, the center is located in the Calvary Episcopal Church, 31 Woodland Avenue in Summit.
Ms. Ashley will read from her new book, “The Various Reasons of Light,” which focuses on people’s desires and aspirations, the human spirit, and the sometimes brutal nature of love.
Ms. Ashley, a Ringwood resident, is Assistant Poetry Coordinator for the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation. “The Various Reasons of Light” is her second volume of poetry.
Ms. Tiger, who lives in Montclair, teaches in the Writers-in-the-Schools Program of the State Council on the Arts. Her recent books include “Water Has No Color,” and “Mary of Migdal.”
Angels and demons appear in the work of both poets as mirrors of desire, longing and fulfillment, according to Susan Chase, a spokeswoman for the Resource Center for Women.
Following the poets’ presentations, there will be a short, open reading during which a limited number of audience members may each read one poem on the theme of the evening.
The evening is one in the “Hot Off the Press” series, which showcases current women writers whose work spotlights contemporary issues of concern to women, and is partially underwritten by a grant from the Union County Division of Cultural and Heritage Affairs. Admission is $5 and all are invited to attend.
The Resource Center for Women is celebrating its 15th anniversary of providing programs and services for New Jersey women.
For additional information or to receive a copy of the winter program guide, please call the center at (908) 273-7253.
Lecture Series to Welcome Editor, George Melloan
WESTFIELD – The Westfield Lecture Series will welcome George Melloan, Deputy Editor International of the Wall Street Journal today, Thursday, January 21, at 7:30 p.m. at the Assembly Hall at The Presbyterian Church in Westfield.
Mr. Melloan will discuss international money issues in a program entitled, “All About Money.”
Mr. Melloan, who is a Westfield resident, is responsible for the editorial pages of The Wall Street Journal Europe, headquartered in Brussels, and The Asian Wall Street Journal in Hong Kong. He also supervises the editorial page activities from the
Journal’s office in New York. Tickets will cost $5 for adults and $3 for senior citizens. Tickets are available at the Westfield “Y.” Refreshments will be available.
For more information, please contact Dave Mueller at (908) 233-2700, George Melloan Comcast Corporation
Names Steve Kowalski Employee of Month
WESTFIELD – Steve Kowalski of Westfield has been named Employee of the Month by Comcast, a provider of cable vision services in New Jersey.
Mr. Kowalski is an installer specialist for Comcast. He has been employed with Comcast since 1984.
Extension No. 233. The Westfield Lecture Series is sponsored by the Westfield “Y” and the Westfield Foundation.
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