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Miss Mary Fitzsimmons and Michael Norton
Miss Mary C. Fitzsimmons To Marry Michael Norton
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Fitzsimmons of Westfield have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Claire Fitzsimmons of Jersey City, to Michael J. Norton, also of Jersey City. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Norton of Orinda, California.
A graduate of Westfield High School and Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pennsylvania, the brideelect is employed as a Vice President of Com munications at Chase Manhattan
Bank. Her fiancé is a graduate of Miramonte High School in Orinda, and California State University in Sacramento. He obtained his master’s degree from George Washington University’s School of International Affairs. Mr. Norton is employed as the New York Managing Director of Group One Trading.
A wedding is planned for November.
Ms. Denise Martin Weds Allen E. Molnar
Allen E. Molnar and Ms. Denise Martin, both of Bedminster, were married in a civil ceremony on Tuesday, June 29.
A former Westfield resident, Mr. Molnar is a partner with the law firm of Harris, Beach and Wilcox in New York.
He earned his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University in Washington, D. C. and his law degree from Seton Hall Law School in
Newark. Mr. Molnar’s parents are deceased.
Ms. Molnar did her undergraduate studies at Pratt Institute in New York, and her graduate studies at New York University. She is employed in sales and marketing for a major computer company. Her parents are both retired.
The couple will continue to reside in Bedminster.
Woods Welcome Maegan Mullen
Laurie and Craig Wood of Watchung have announced the birth of their daughter, Maegan Mullen Wood, on Thursday, July 8, at 11: 18 a. m. at Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center in Plainfield.
Maegan weighed 8 pounds and 14½ ounces and measured 20¾ inches in length at birth.
She joins her two sisters, Mackenzie Elizabeth, 5, and Mollie McLaughlin, 3.
Her maternal grandparents are Lorraine and Tom Mullen of Westfield.
The baby’s paternal grandparents are Barbara Wood of Nutley and the late William Wood.
Maegan’s mother grew up in Westfield and is a teacher at Tamaques Elementary School in Westfield.
Westfield Classic Car Show Planned for Next Tuesday
WESTFIELD — The Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its second of three 1999 Westfield Antique and Classic Car Shows on Tuesday, July 27, from 6: 30 to 8: 30 p. m. on Quimby Street in downtown Westfield.
The show is free to the public. Thomas Lincoln Mercury and New Norris Chevrolet will be cosponsors of this car show.
Westfield resident Neil “The Judge” Edelsack will help to judge the entries and determine the winning cars. Trophies will be awarded to cars in various categories, including “Funkiest” and “People’s
Choice,” as well as the Chamber’s trophy for “Best in Show” and the “Sponsors Trophies” awarded by each of the show’s sponsors.
Music will be provided by DJ “Stick Shift Eddie,” who will entertain the crowd with his nostalgic assortment of classic tunes.
The Chamber will sponsor another Classic Car Show on Tuesday, August 24. Quimby Street will be closed to traffic from 5 to 9 p. m. for the events, and there is limited space for 70 cars to be displayed.
For more information, please call the Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce at (908) 2333021.
SUMMERTIME FUN…“ The Sheps,” The Days of Sweet Harmony, will sing a cappella at the Westfield Antique and Classic Car Show on Tuesday, July 27, from 6: 30 to 8: 45 p. m. on Quimby Street in downtown Westfield. Singing group members, pictured left to right, are: Tommie, Richie, Johnnie, Charles and Tommy. NEED A HANDYMAN?... The WestfieldMountainside Chapter of the American
Red Cross has announced the availability of its Handyman Program to area senior citizens. Help is available for household chores, repairs, carpentry and painting jobs. Help is also available for broken windows, replacement of locks and repair of hinges. The program is funded by the Westfield Foundation and private sponsors. For more information, please call (908) 2327709. Pictured, left to right, are: front row, Youth Handyman Jeffrey Tabachnick and Handyman Coordinator Anthony Pannullo, and back row, Youth Handyman Timothy Young and Executive Director Dennis Kinsella.
Toastmasters Introduce DressDown Thursdays
WESTFIELD – Dressdown meetings will be in effect all summer at Toastmasters of Westfield, a public speaking and leadership skills group. The club will meet tonight, Thursday, July 22, from 7: 45 to 9: 45 p. m. at Sunrise Assisted Living of Westfield, located at 240 Springfield Avenue.
Toastmasters meets every first, second and fourth Thursday. Karen Sciaraffa of Plainfield will be the Toastmaster for this evening’s meeting. The Opener will be given by Jim Vandewater of Union and the Topics Master will be Max Florville of Metuchen.
Speakers will be Mark Hauptman of Fanwood, Debbie Krajcik of Cranford and Todd Schwartz of Scotch Plains.
Evaluators will be Sue Kujawski of Westfield, Fontaine Gatti of Mountainside and Bill Hetfield of Plainfield. Master Evaluator will be Steve Bacque of Linden.
Timer will be Mark Spencer of Cranford. Grammarian will be Debbie Guyer of Cranford, and the “Ah” Counter will be Debi Young of
Westfield. Toastmasters is an international organization which helps men and women learn the arts of speaking, listening and thinking.
Financial Aid Workshops Set at Union County College
SCOTCH PLAINS — Union County College will offer four financial aid workshops during September to inform current and prospective college students at any New Jersey college, about the necessary steps to take in obtaining financial aid from federal, state and college sources.
The programs will outline the procedures involved in filing financial aid forms and help participants to find out what financial assistance opportunities are available to them.
Financial aid office personnel will advise participants on how they can complete the federal application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to get the most from the financial aid for which they may be eligible.
Attendees should bring with them their 1998 federal income tax returns
and verification of all untaxed income received in 1998. During September, the college will conduct its financial aid workshops as follows: Wednesday, September 1, at 6 p. m. on the Cranford Campus; Thursday, September 9, at 6 p. m. on the Plainfield Campus and Wednesday, September 15, at 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. on the Elizabeth Campus.
In October, workshops will be held on Wednesday, October 6, at 6 p. m. on the Cranford Campus; Thursday, October 14, at 6 p. m. on the Plainfield Campus and Wednesday, October 20, at 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. on the Elizabeth Campus.
For room locations and more information, please call (908) 7097141 for the Cranford workshop, (908) 4123571 for the Plainfield workshop, or (908) 9656063 for the Elizabeth workshops.