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HELP WANTED VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Easier Than You Might Think
Westfield Rescue Squad seeks persons willing to train as Emergency Medical Technicians. Valid NJ Driv. Lic. req., min. 4 hrs./ wk. We offer 24 hr. coverage. Select a duty period that’s right for you. Wkday 9 am 1 pm or 15 pm slots are perfect for parents of school children.
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Seeks trainees as Dispatchers. Min. 2 hrs./ wk. All training provided.
Call the Recruiting Team at (908) 2332500 for details
HELP WANTED Waiter/ Waitress/ Bus Person
Full & part time for lunch & dinner. Please apply in person at Echo Lake Country Club, Springfield Ave., Westfield.
(908) 2324141 SEEKING EMPLOYMENT
Portuguese lady seeking housecleaning work. Exp., ref., own trans.
(973) 5890257 SERVICES YOU NEED
NORA & BOB’S
Maid services, carpet & upholstery shampooing, ultrasonic blind cleaning and window cleaning. Residential/ commercial. Fully insured.
Call (908) 6290019 HELP WANTED CHILD CARE
Part time child care needed. Mondays and Wednesdays.
(908) 3178205 HELP WANTED
The Scotch Plains Recreation Commission is currently accepting applications for the following positions: Summer Laborers, Park Counselors, Substitute S/ C Bus Driver, Golf Course Cashiers and Starters. Interested persons must be 18 years old. For further information, please contact the Recreation Office at (908) 3226700.
P/ T office work, flexible hours including evenings. Front desk insurance – energetic, enthusiastic, sensitive, pleasant person with excellent communication skills in busy specialist office.
Call (908) 2337558 or Fax (908) 2334124
HELP WANTED CHILD CARE
F/ T liveout nanny to care for 6 mo. old boy in Scotch Plains home. Mon.Fri., 7: 30 AM 5: 30 PM. Starting date June 21.
Call (908) 8898236 HELP WANTED
Assistant Counselors needed for summer camp at Temple EmanuEl Nursery School, Westfield. Half day program. Must be in high school or older, warm, fun loving and have experience with children.
Call (908) 2327663 For An Interview
SERVICES YOU NEED BRAZILIAN CLEANING SERVICE
Brazilian woman is looking to clean houses & offices. Good references, quality and experience. Call after 4 p. m.
Nara (973) 3444535 RUMMAGE SALE FRIDAY, MAY 7 9: 30 AM to 3 PM BAG DAY – SAT. MAY 8
9: 30 to 11 AM
Clothing, jewelry, antiques, linens & household items.
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WESTFIELD HELP WANTED
P/ T with fulltime opportunities. Must be experienced in data entry, data base. Must be knowledgeable in MicroSoft Office 95/ 97. Organizational and deadline skills a must. Transportation or motor vehicle exp. preferred. Fax resumè to CJS Violations (908) 3220723
BLOCK SALE 600 BLOCK KIMBALL AVE.
WESTFIELD SAT., MAY 8 • 9 AM 1 PM Rain Date: May 15 Little Tikes, clothing, furn., toys,
typewriter, car stereo... too much to list.
Small apartment for single person, $690, all utilities + washer/ dryer.
Call (908) 6547008 AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
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Williams Nursery To Aid Breast Cancer Foundation
WESTFIELD – Beginning on Friday, May 7, at Williams Nursery in Westfield gardeners can buy a collection of impatiens and support breast cancer research at the same time.
More than 300 garden centers across North America are participating in the program “Memories, Milestones & Miracles,” a campaign which involves all facets of the horticultural industry to increase breast cancer awareness and raise research funds for The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
“Memories, Milestones & Miracles” was established by Goldsmith Seeds, Inc., one of the world’s largest wholesale breeders of hybrid flower seed, and
Ladies’ Home Journal magazine. A special mixture of three pink shades of impatiens will be sold exclusively in a 12-inch hanging basket from Landmark Plastic Corporation. The hanging basket will be sold for $29.99 and identified with a colorful, designer plant tag from the John Henry Company.
Home gardeners who purchase these impatiens filled containers will receive free a pink, ribbon-shaped Swarovski crystal pin symbolizing breast cancer awareness.
Williams Nursery is donating 10 percent of all sales of these baskets direct to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
The grower is also donating 10 percent of their sales and so is the basket manufacturer. Goldsmith seeds are donating their entire portion of proceeds.
A feature article will be in the May issue of Ladies’ Home Journal maga
zine, listing Williams Nursery and other garden centers across North America.
The mixture of impatiens, named the “Accent Miracle Collection,” coordinates with the pink ribbon that symbolizes breast cancer awareness.
The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation is the nation’s largest private funder of research dedicated solely to breast cancer education and research.
The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, with the North Jersey Chapter located in Summit, was established in 1982 by Nancy Brinker in memory of her sister, who died from breast cancer at the age of 36.
In addition to funding research, the Komen Foundation offers a national grant program to local affiliates throughout the country to fund innovative breast cancer education, screening and treatment projects for the medically underserved.
The Foundation also sponsors Race for the Cure, a series of runs held in 77 cities nationwide that drew more than 400,000 participants last year.
Volunteers from the North Jersey Chapter of Susan G. Komen Foundation will be present on Saturday, May 8, at Williams Nursery to provide information on cancer screenings and their organization to those interested.
Last year, Williams Nursery raised close to $2,000 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
For more information, please visit the web site: www.williamsnursery.com or call the North Jersey Chapter of Susan G. Komen at (908) 277-2904.
Burgdorff’s Westfield Office Distributes Tot-Finder Decals
FOR CHILDREN’S SAFETY…Burgdorff ERA’s Westfield office has joined forces with Westfield Deputy Fire Chief Ray Luck in distributing Tot Finder decals as a part of the Westfield Fire Department’s Fire Rescue Program. Pictured, left to right, are: Deputy Chief Luck, Jean Massard, Vice President and Manager of Burgdorff ERA’s Westfield office, and broker associate Warren Rorden.
WESTFIELD — Burgdorff ERA’s Westfield office recently joined local Deputy Fire Chief Ray Luck in distributing Tot Finder decals as a part of the Westfield Fire Department’s Fire Rescue Program.
Warren Rorden, who owned Rorden Realty before merging his company with Burgdorff ERA, had participated in the program and supplied the decals for 18 years. He said the decals are now available free of charge at Burgdorff ERA, 600 North Avenue, West, in Westfield.
“Placing the decal in the child’s bedroom window helps the fire rescue efforts. Since they are a bright red and highly visible during daylight hours and reflect light at night, they clearly mark the location of a child’s room,” Mr. Rorden explained. “If a fire should occur, the fireman is alerted to these areas first.”
Jean Massard, Vice President and Manager of the Westfield office, said, “Our associates feel a responsibility to this community and know this program can save lives. I am pleased that Warren has once again taken on this project for the benefit of our citizens.”
Tot Finder information reveals that more than one third of fire casualties are children, and that often during a fire, children are separated from the family, trapped in their rooms, and cut off from rescue. By distributing the decals, Tot Finder attempts to prevent such a tragedy.
The weather-resistant decals are placed in children’s windows facing outside and at the bottom of interior doors facing into a hallway.
Founded in 1958, Burgdorff ERA has more than 925 sales associates and 30 offices across New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania.
ON THE FAST TRACK…Paul Novick, regional director of education for Weichert, Realtors, congratulates Westfield office sales associate Patricia O’Connor, pictured with a certificate, for completion of the company’s Fast Track Program. The program guides new associates through their first six months with the company. With them are mentor Susan Delaney and branch manager Bob Albanese.
Coldwell Banker’s Betty Lynch Named To Elite Realty Group
WESTFIELD – Betty Lynch of Coldwell Banker’s top-ranked Westfield office was named to the International President’s Elite, a prestigious honor achieved by less than 2 percent of more
than 69,000 Coldwell Banker sales associates nationwide.
A multi awardwinning sales professional, Ms. Lynch has many honors to her credit since entering the industry more than 26 years ago.
Her career achievements include membership with the 1998 NJAR Million Dollar Club at the Gold Level, as well as five consecutive years at Silver Level, from 1992 through 1996. Her consistent membership with the club earned her a place within the NJAR Distinguished Sales Club in 1996.
Ms. Lynch resides in Westfield with her husband, Dan, and son, Todd, who will be entering medical school in September.
Coldwell Banker Honors Associate
WESTFIELD – Judith Koeppel, a sales associate with the Westfield office of Coldwell Banker, was recently recognized as the 23rd Top Producer out of approximately 4,500 sales associates in the Coldwell Banker New Jersey organization during February.
Ms. Koeppel, a NJAR Million Dollar Club member, has resided in Westfield for 15 years.
“During her five years with C o l d w e l l Banker, Judith has made a major contribution to the firm through her hard work and dedication to customer’s needs,” said Marilyn Kelly, Manager of the Westfield office.
Lauren Stravach Joins Staff At Taylor & Love Office
WESTFIELD — Roger Love, President of Century 21 Taylor & Love, Inc., has announced that Lauren Stravach has recently joined the full-time sales staff at 436 South Avenue in Westfield.
Taylor & Love is proud of their association with the No. 1 home selling system with over 6,000 offices in nine countries and welcomes Lauren to the Westfield office.
Mrs. Stravach will specialize in residential real estate and marketing for the Union County area.
She is a lifelong resident of Westfield and graduated from Westfield High School. She was recently employed by Westfield Home
Inspection Services, Inc., as the office manager for six years which gives her knowledge of the real estate industry.
She is also the daughter of Janet Witzel DeFiore who is a sales associate with Taylor & Love for the past 23 years. She resides in Westfield with her husband, Edward, and her two children, Michael and Gabrielle.
ADMIRED YOUTH…The Optimist Club of Scotch Plains-Fanwood recently held its Youth Appreciation Week at Pantagis Renaissance in Scotch Plains. All participants were chosen on the basis of community involvement, leadership and academic excellence. Pictured, left to right, are: first row, Benjamin Flath, Blair Woodward, Latasha Nehemiah and Jason Hipp, and second row, Norma Paige, Chairwoman; Alicia Cristiani, Saravan Wagner and Celeste Coleman.
Betty Lynch Judith Koeppel