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Page 16 Thursday, May 28, 1998 The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains – Fanwood A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION

PUBLIC NOTICE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS

NOTICE is hereby given that at a meeting of the Township Council of the Township of Scotch Plains, held in the Council Chambers in the Municipal Building of said Township on Tuesday, May 26, 1998 there was introduced, read for the first time, and passed on such first reading, an ordinance entitled:

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER VII OF THE GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS ENTITLED "TRAFFIC"

The purpose of the ordinance: Establishing speed limits along Rahway Road 25 mph from the Union/ Middlesex Corporate line to Winchester Drive; 30 mph from Winchester Drive to 550 feet south of Nepawin Lane; 25 mph from 550 feet south of Nepawin Lane to the Scotch Plains/ Plainfield Corporation Line.

A public hearing will be held on Wednesday, June 10, 1998 at 8: 00 p. m. in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building, or any time and place to which a meeting for the further consideration of such ordinance shall from time to time be adjourned, and all persons interested will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning such ordinance.

A copy of same may be obtained from the office of the Township Clerk, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey between the hours of 9: 00 a. m. and 4: 00 p. m. Monday through Friday by any member of the general public who wants a copy of same without cost.

BARBARA RIEPE Township Clerk 1 T – 5/ 28/ 98, The Times Fee: $35.19

PUBLIC NOTICE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS

NOTICE is hereby given that at a meeting of the Township Council of the Township of Scotch Plains, held in the Council Chambers in the Municipal Building of said Township on Tuesday, May 26, 1998 there was introduced, read for the first time, and passed on such first reading, an ordinance entitled:

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SALARY ORDINANCE 96- 19 ADOPTED JUNE 12, 1996 ESTABLISHING SALARIES AND WAGES FOR MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES

The purpose of the ordinance: Establishing the position of Principal Assessing Clerk and establishing salary range for same.

A public hearing will be held on Wednesday, June 10, 1998 at 8: 00 p. m. in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building, or any time and place to which a meeting for the further consideration of such ordinance shall from time to time be adjourned, and all persons interested will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning such ordinance.

A copy of same may be obtained from the office of the Township Clerk, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey between the hours of 9: 00 a. m. and 4: 00 p. m. Monday through Friday by any member of the general public who wants a copy of same without cost.

BARBARA RIEPE Township Clerk 1 T – 5/ 28/ 98, The Times Fee: $31.11

Piano Students Scheduled To Present Spring Recitals

The piano students of Pamela Johnson, a faculty member of The Music Studio, a division of New Jersey Workshop for the Arts (NJWA) in Westfield, will present their spring recitals on Saturday, May 30 and on Friday, June 5.

The performances will take place at the First United Methodist Church in Westfield. Students performing will be Megan Hager, Sophie Greene, Cameron Stowell, Danielle Fine and Whitney Weldon from Westfield; Kyle Aslin of Linden, Taylor Guiffre of Scotch Plains and Sarah Shatz from Bedminster.

The pre- Kindergarten group will be featured at 1 p. m. on May 30. Students in the first grade and above will be featured at 2 and 4 p. m. the same day, as well as on June 5 at 7 p. m.

Future student recitals will be given by Eva Botai and Jeanne Jaubert on Saturday, June 6; Jenny Cline, Janet and Thomas Lyman on Sunday, June 7; Olga Slavnina on Sunday, June 14, and Ted Schlosberg onWednesday, June 10.

The NJWA, a non- profit organization established in 1972 by Dr. Theodore K. Schlosberg, is certified as a member of the National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts. It is located at 150- 152 East Broad Street

SWEET SOUNDS… Piano students of Pamela Johnson, a faculty member of The Music Studio, prepare for their upcoming recital. Pictured, left to right, are Kyle Aslin of Linden, and Megan Hager and Cameron Stowell, both of Westfield. The Music Studio is a division of The New Jersey Workshop for the Arts in Westfield.

in Westfield. The mission of the Workshop is to provide creative experiences and training in the arts for pre- school children and adults. For information call (908) 789- 9696.

CDC to Conduct Auditions For Dracula on Monday

The Cranford Dramatic Club (CDC) has announced open auditions for Dracula, a dramatic production based on the famous Bram Stoker novel. Auditions for Dracula

will be held at the CDC Theater on Monday, June 1, at 7 p. m.

Dracula will be directed by longtime CDC Director Mike Marcus. The cast includes Miss Wells, a maid; Jonathan Harker, Dr. Seward, Abraham Van Helsing, Dracula's nemesis; R. M. Renfield, Dracula's assistant; Mr. Butterworth, Lucy Seward, the love interest, and of course, Count Dracula. There are also various chorus parts.

According to Mr. Marcus, there are no age specific parts. Each person auditioning will be assessed based upon his or her individual attributes.

Dracula will be presented at the CDC Theater during October.

For audition information, script availability or other questions, please call Audition Chairwoman Linda Giuditta at (908) 232- 8934, or the CDC Audition hot line at (908) 276- 7611, Mailbox No. 3.

The CDC Theater is located at 78 Winans Avenue in Cranford. For membership, ticket or other information, please call (908) 276- 7611.

PUBLIC NOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE

SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F- 13096- 97.

FIRST NATIONWIDE MORTGAGE CORPORATION, PLAINTIFF vs. RUI M. GOMES AND MRS. RUI M. GOMES, H/ W; NATIVIDADE CASTANHEIRA; ET ALS, DEFENDANT.

CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED MARCH 19, 1998 FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES.

By virtue of the above- stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public vendue, on the 6th Floor of the Union County Court House (Tower) 2 Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey on WEDNESDAY THE 17TH DAY OF JUNE A. D., 1998 at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales.

The judgment amount is $224,161.40. The property to be sold is located in the CITY of ELIZABETH in the County of UNION, and the State of New Jersey.

COMMONLY KNOWN AS: 339 DOYLE STREET, ELIZABETH, NEW JERSEY 07202.

TAX LOT NO.: 240C BLOCK NO.: 5. Dimensions of the Lot are (approximately) 40.55 feet wide by 100 feet long, irregular.

NEAREST CROSS STREET: Situated at the intersection of the NORTHERLY side of DOYLE STREET and the EASTERLY side of FOURTH AVENUE.

There is due approximately the sum of $229,982.58 together with lawful interest and costs.

There is a full legal description on file in the Union County Sheriff's Office.

The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale.

RALPH FROEHLICH SHERIFF PETILLO & STERN, Attorneys Suite 300 1170 Route 2E East Bridgewater, New Jersey 08807- 2926 CH- 753788 (WL) 4 T - 5/ 21, 5/ 28, 6/ 4 & 6/ 11/ 98 Fee: $173.40

Roosevelt Honor Roll Includes 308 Students

The names of 308 students who earned Honor Roll standing during the third marking period at the Roosevelt Intermediate School in Westfield were announced recently by Principal Kenneth Shulack.

In the sixth grade, 50 students, or 26.34 percent of the 186- member class, were named to the Distinguished Honor Roll, which requires an "A" in all major academic subjects and no grade below a "B" in any minor subject.

Sixty- three students, or 33.87 percent of the class, were named to the Honor Roll, which requires an "A" or "B" in all subjects, major or minor.

In the seventh grade, 51 students, or 27.57 percent of the 185- member class, were named to the Distinguished Honor Roll. Sixty- seven students, or 36.22 percent of the class, were named to the Honor Roll.

In the eighth grade, 14 students, or 8.92 percent of the 157- member class, were named to the Distinguished Honor Roll, and 64 students, or 40.76 percent of the class, were named to the Honor Roll.

SIXTH GRADE DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL Stephen Adamo Victoria Maffey Kimberly Adams MaryKate Maher Katherine Albino Danny Mahoney Stephen Anderson Justine McGowan Brooke Austin James McGrath Rebecca Bellovin Jacob Mirsky Sabrina C. Bengal Brian J. Pirot Hannah N. Burke Katherine L. Re Bradford Cantor Amanda C. Reider Dorothy Chou Margaret Reynolds Elizabeth M. Cullen Catherine A. Rimondi Alexandra Devlin Aurora Rivendale Sagiv Edelman Matthew F. Rowe Claire M. Ganley Michael Sheflin Angela M. Garone Laura Shelman Katherine Geenberg Caroline Sheridan Amanda J. Glickman Andrew Sinnenberg Erin G. Goldberger Anne Tabachnick Gianna E. Guasconi Kate Warren Carolyn E. Harbaugh Eric C. Weinberg Sarah M. Hoban Eric C. Whitman Michael K. Huber Allison Wicks Peter Itz Christine Wicks Elizabeth Joyce Laura M. Yee

Jordan Zakarin SIXTH GRADE HONOR ROLL Emily L. Barnes Jeremy MacKechnic Alexander Barrett Lauren M. Meriton Ryan M. Bartholomew Brandt N. Miller Katherine M. Brown Cassandra Miller Victoria Brynildsen Celine Mogielnicki Thomas Byrne, 3rd Margaret M. Molnar Steven Cheah David A. Muroff Jessica Connor Lauren C. Musacchia Alex C. Crawford Katherine J. Nicol Tyler G. Deieso Theresa Nowicki Adham M. El- Sherbeini Yasmin Nozari Clifford L. Evans Jeffrey Nusse Elizabeth Fetissoff Ryan E. Palumbo Milan Fry Laurie Pellicano Lauren Gale Andrew Price Alyson D. Goodman Gregory J. Psomas Erika L. Hasenfus Erica S. Raiff David C. Hewit, Jr. Katherine O. Riddle Maria C. Hove Meredith Rucinsky Alec I. Jaslow Tyler A. Seeger Jack H. Joyce Adam D. Sharpe Tiffany Kenny Rita N. Shehady Daniel Kim Rebecca C. Shottland Britton W. Kimmins Ella Shuster Timothy Kolenut William Sims Hrvoje Landeka Rasmus E. Thomsen Kevin Lantz Lee J. Tomasso Rachel Lazar Miranda Vargas Jared Leung Charles Vickers Sarah Liebowitz Emily J. Warren Jourdan Loffredo Alex Wright

Ashley A. Yarusi SEVENTH GRADE

DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL Joseph C. Amato Jenise Morgan Gil Arbitsman Bryan McDermott Alison Bennett James Nelson Andrew R. Bridgman Bom Park Ryan A. Cahill Kaitlyn M. Patella Kimberly Cernak Christine J. Pirot Kelli Cocuzza Trevor Putnoky Sean M. Devaney Jacqueline Ramalho Lauren R. Federgreen Lucy Rayner Jason M. Fertakos Angela M. Ricci Christopher Ford Tracy Rood Peter J. Gately Katlyn M. Ropars Toby L. Hershkowitz Alexa Rose Katie Hollenbach Jordan A. Seagull Daniel R. Kane Kathryn Seib Angela W. Kim Douglas E. Shineman Marisa K. Lau Martha Strickland Allison N. Lemberg Juhie Tamboli Darren J. Levy Christopher Thayer Albert Lin Andrew J. Tucker Michele H. Madorma Patricia Veltri Orlee J. Maimon Kathryn A. Wade Alexandra Maus Jordan Warner Christina McCabe Susan E. Williams Eric W. Meder Sean Wright

Alison Yuhas SEVENTH GRADE

HONOR ROLL Matthew J. Azzaro James Kennedy Michael Babetski David Koeppel Lauren Bannworth Daniel Kotch Sean M. Baran Whitney Laird Eva M. Barrett Heather A. Lane Keith Bodayla Jessica Lee Racine Borde Joan Lee James Charatan Benjamin A. Masel Shelby E. Cherin Gregory Matthews John J. Chiesa Stefan Mogielnicki Songah Choo Kelly Ann Monahan Megan Connors Scott E. Nuzzo Michael H. Cornell Darcy O'Brien Jennifer E. Dalrymple Sean P. O'Neill Joseph O. DeCampo Jihae Park Daniel Driscoll David A. Perez Gregory Engel Melissa Richey Ashley Flood Corie Rosenberg Vivian V. Futran Matthew Rothstein Mara Ganz Jennifer L. Rubino Maryanne Garry Kathleen Salmon Pryce T. Gaynor James Scariati Corrie L. Gosko Marc Schott Thomas J. Greene Julian D. Siano Amanda Noel Haddad Emily N. Suda Timothy Heine Anna E. Tabachnik Samatha Hermann Amanda L. Uniacke Ryan Hoens Julianne M. Vanarelli Sabrian L. Hurley Alexa Vantosky Gabriela E. Izmirlian Matthew J. Velderman Allison Jacob Lisa Venezia Andrew Janney Adam C. Wendel Emily Kahn Gregory Whitney

Amanda M. Wilhelm EIGHTH GRADE DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL Alexandra S. Brill Alan E. Kantz Erin E. Cockren Shannon E. Kunath Kevin J. Cutro Megan A. Lesko Rachel Falcone Elizabeth A. Madresh Heather B. Fishberg Erin M. McClellan Elizabeth B. Heisler Megan McGowan David A. Kane Benjamin P. Ruskin

EIGHTH GRADE HONOR ROLL Christopher Annese Matthew K. Lowenstein Kristin Anton Joshua Ludmer Lauren A. Baeder Jeffrey A. Luker Joshua M. Bengal Mary M. Lygate Matthew Brinkmann Michael Mac Kechnie Sarah A. Burke Sarah Mahran Daniel J. Caprario Brittany L. Miller Michael Charney Theresa B. Murphy Matthew D. Chazanow Ashley Nemec Neil Ciemniecki Molly Rose Orbach James M. Donovan Jeremy Owens Katheen Dura Neil Owens Gregory R. Elliott Lisa K. Paul Kiera Evans Morgan Pearlman Anexandra Fetissoff Elizabeth A. Perrella Bret Fleming Sarah E. Printz Christopher Freisen Michael Quintaniella Pamela Fried Gregory Ralph Christopher Gismondi Kevin M. Riley Jessica Gordon Sarah E. Round Jennifer Hayes Elizabeth P. Salemme Sarah Heitner Daniel B. Seeger Matthew Hesner Ziad A. Shehady Gerritt P. Ill Margaret M. Smith Elizabeth V. Imbert Evan Statton Michael A. Kazazis Charles Tortorello Cameron D. Kelly Melanie L. Totams Nikhil Koparkar Marie B. Tracy Katherine R. Kriel Pieter W. Van Iperen Morgan B. Lang Rachel M. Wagner Michael Lau Stuart J. Yates Brian J. Levy Miriam Zichlin

Michael Baly Meghan Corbett Becky Hamilton Stephen Dennis

Dylan Dupre Kataherine Egan Meghan Hely Brendan Hickey Mark Matthews Victoria Nusse Daniel Todd Booster Association Awards

Scholarships to 13 Students

The Westfield School Booster Association held its 31st annual "All- Sports" Dinner last night, May 27, at The Westwood restaurant in Garwood to honor all graduating senior athletes and to recognize their dedication and achievement.

A plaque was presented to every senior athlete, and special plaques were given to each member of an undefeated and/ or State Championship team.

The highlight of the event was the awarding of 13 student athlete scholarships, each in the amount of $1,000. This year's recipients were Mark Matthews, Katherine Egan, Victoria Nusse, Meghan Hely, Brendan Hickey, Dylan Dupre, Becky Hamilton, Stephen Dennis, Shannon Wagner, Sage Stefiuk Meghan Corbett, Dan Todd and Michael Baly.

The scholarship recipients were chosen on the basis of their athletic accomplishments, academic performance and leadership on and off the playing field, as demonstrated by participation in student and community affairs.

Mark was presented with the Walter L. Clarkson Honorary award donated by the "Friends of Westfield Track" to honor Walter Clarkson, a past coach of Westfield High School's track and cross country teams.

The son of Mark and Ellyn Matthews, he has earned 10 varsity letters in cross country, indoor track and outdoor track. He was named Captain and Most Valuable Player of the cross country and indoor track teams during his senior year.

Mark earned first team All County and All Conference honors in his junior and senior years. He is a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, a Tri- Editor of Hi's Eye and was Secretary of the German Club.

He was awarded second place in Feature Writing by The Courier News and third place in Rutgers State Competition of "Comedic Pairs." Mark will attend the University of Maryland in the fall.

Katherine was selected to receive the Alumni Scholarship donated by Taylor and Love Realtors and given by the Roger Love family, four generations of which have graduated from Westfield High School and participated in varsity athletics. The daughter of Jane and Dennis Egan,

Katie earned nine varsity letters playing soccer, basketball, indoor and outdoor track. In soccer, she was second team All- County in her junior and senior years, and was named to the NJGSCA All- State Group IV North second team.

In track, she set a school indoor record in the 400 and was part of the record setting 4 x 800 team. Katie is a member of the National Honor Society and the French Honor Society, and has been a peer minister at the Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church in Westfield for the past four years. She will attend Colby College in the fall.

Victoria Nusse is the recipient of the Megan Kelley Memorial Award from a scholarship fund established by the Kelley family in memory of their daughter, who was a Westfield High School student and a member of the girls soccer and basketball teams.

The daughter of Janice and Jim Nusse, Vickie earned five varsity letters and was chosen as Captain and Most Valuable Player on the basketball and soccer teams.

In basketball, she was awarded AllArea honorable mention, and in soccer, she was named to the Regional AllAmerican Team, First Team All- State and First Team All- County.

Vickie is a member of the National Honor Society and served as its President in her senior year. She was Editor- inChief of Hi's Eye, a Girls State nominee, a peer minister and retreat coordinator. Vickie will attend The College of New Jersey next fall.

Meghan Hely received the Toni Bristol Award named for a volunteer coach in lacrosse, girls soccer, and girls basketball. The daughter of Lois and Jim Hely, Meghan is a member of the National Honor Society, President of the Spanish Honor Society, recipient of the Principal's Leadership Scholarship and she is an Edward Bloustein Distinguished Scholar.

Meghan was a member of the Student Council and Treasurer in her junior year, and received the Dartmouth College Book Award and the University of Rochester Xerox Award. She earned five varsity letters in field hockey and lacrosse and was Captain of each of those teams. She

earned All- County and All- Area honors in field hockey, and was selected to participate in the Garden State Games in lacrosse. Meghan will attend Amherst College in the fall.

Brendan received the Gary Kehler Award which honors Westfield High School's "Hall of Fame" former athletic director, football coach, wrestling coach and golf coach.

The son of Maryanne and Dan Hickey, Brendan is a member of the French Club, the French Honor Society and the Spanish Club. He was presented with the Youth Leadership Award by Archbishop Theodore E. McCarrick of the Archdiocese of Newark.

Brendan has been a stand- out on the football, ice hockey and lacrosse teams. He has received nine varsity letters and was Captain of the football and hockey teams. In football he was selected second team All- County and second team All- Area. Brendan will attend Hobart College in September.

The Peter Houlihan Memorial Awards are donated by an individual booster member to a male and female student athlete to honor the late Peter Houlihan, a past member of the Boosters known for his work on behalf of the youth of Westfield. He was especially active in the Westfield Soccer Association.

The male recipient of the award is Dylan Dupre. Dylan, the son of Farn and John Dupre, was a member of the varsity soccer team for four years, and was Captain his senior year. He was first team All- County and first team All- State for three years.

Dylan is the Folio editor, a member of the National Honor Society, the Italian Club, the Key Club and the Investment Club. He will attend the University of California at Berkeley this fall.

The female recipient of the Houlihan Award is Becky Hamilton. The daughter of Mickie and Bernie Hamilton, Becky

is a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, Vice President of the Spanish Club, and Treasurer of the Junior Statesmen of America.

Becky earned 10 varsity letters in soccer, indoor track and outdoor track. She was first team All- County during her junior and senior years, and second team All- Group IV in her senior year in soccer. In track, she was a member of the recordsetting shuttle hurdle and sprint medley teams. Becky will attend James Madison University in the fall.

Stephen received the Elinor Taylor Award, given in honor of Elinor Taylor who was a Westfield resident since 1947 and an avid sports fan whose children and grandchildren have excelled in various sports.

Financial gifts in Elinor's name were donated to fund this scholarship. Stephen, the son of George and Beverly Dennis, was President of his class all four years and Vice President of the Student Council his junior and senior years. He was the Captain of the indoor and outdoor track teams, and was voted the Most Valuable Runner in indoor track during his senior year.

Stephen participated on the distance medley relay team that set a national record and which also placed second at the Penn Relays. He plans to attend the University of North Dakota in the fall.

Shannon was the recipient of the I. E. Jones Award, which is donated by Heather Kennedy in memory of her father. This award is presented to a female athlete who participated in at least one sport for all four years in high school, and who has demonstrated good sportsmanship and leadership.

The daughter of Marlane and Jack Wagner, Shannon is a member of the National Honor Society, the French Honor Society, Vice President of the Italian Club, President of the Community Service Club and a recipient of the Brian Piccolo Award.

Shannon received 10 varsity letters in field hockey, indoor track and softball, and was Captain of the field hockey and softball teams. She also was voted Most Valuable Player on the field hockey team. Shannon was first team All- Area and first team All- Group IV in field hockey, and in softball she was selected first team All- Area. The student will attend the University of Delaware in the fall.

Sage received the Thomas Shields Memorial Scholarship, given in memory of a long- time member of the Boosters, an avid fan of Westfield High School sports, and the father of four Westfield High School athletes.

The award is given to a senior athlete who demonstrates good character, hard work, sportsmanship and "heart" in everything they do.

Sage, the daughter of George and Robin Stefiuk, earned 11 letters in soccer and indoor and outdoor track, and was Captain of all three sports. In soccer she was selected first team All- County and third team All- Group IV.

In track she was first team All- County and holds the school record in the 1600, and was a member of the record 4 x 800 and distance medley relay teams.

Sage is a member of the Student Council, the Art Club and the Spanish Club, and is Treasurer of the Environmental Club. She will attend Dickinson University in the fall.

Meghan Corbett received the Westfield Tennis Association Scholarship donated by the Westfield Tennis Association. This award recognizes a senior male or female tennis player for excellent tennis skills, high academic achievement, and leadership.

Meghan, the daughter of Dodi and Bob Corbett, is a four letter winner in tennis. She was Captain and Most Valuable Player in her senior year, and she has made All- Area, All- County and AllState teams since her sophomore year. She also lettered in indoor track and lacrosse.

Meghan is a member of the National Honor Society, the French Honor Society and the Spanish Club, and is the Senior Class Secretary. She also won the Brown University Book Award, is a Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test National Merit Commended Scholar and is an Edward Bloustein Distinguished Scholar. Meghan will attend Duke University next fall.

Dan was the recipient of The Executive Committee Award which is given on behalf of the 50 active members of the Boosters to a student athlete whose hard work, dedication, and leadership is indicative of what high school athletics represent.

The son of Bob and Bobbie Todd, Dan is a member of the National Honor Society and the "Societe Honoraire De Francais." He is the co- founder of the "WHS" Young Investors Club, has volunteered at Children's Specialized Hospital for the past four years, and was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church youth group.

Dan has earned nine varsity letters in soccer, wrestling and lacrosse, and he was Captain of the wrestling team.

In soccer he was named to the AllCounty team for the last two years, and he received honorable mention All- State. In wrestling, he placed in the county and district tournaments, and qualified for the regionals. Dan will be attending the West Point Military Academy in the fall.

Michael received the prestigious President's Award given in the name of the top Booster Executive Committee Chairperson to an outstanding senior athlete who exemplifies leadership, character, good sportsmanship, and the spirit of Westfield athletics.

Mike, the son of Holly and Bob Baly, has distinguished himself in many areas throughout his high school career. He is a member of the National Honor Society, the French Honor Society, and the Latin Honor Society.

Mike was a Wendy's High School Heisman State finalist; he attended Boy's State, tutored Latin and volunteered at Children's Specialized Hospital.

Mike received 11 varsity letters in soccer, wrestling and lacrosse, was Captain in all three sports, and was the Most Valuable Player in wrestling. In soccer he was All- County all four years, a starter on the state championship and county championship teams, and third team AllState during his senior year.

In wrestling, Mike had the third most career wins at Westfield High School. He won District, County and Regional Championships and qualified for the State Championship his junior and senior years. In lacrosse, he was selected third team All- State and second team All- Pitt Division. He will be attending Harvard University in the fall. CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN

SILVER AWARD WINNER… Faith Maricic of the Burgdorff ERA Westfield Office has earned the New Jersey Association of Realtors' (NJAR) Million Dollar Sales Club Silver Achievement Award. She also qualified for the Burgdorff ERA Leader's Circle, comprising the top 5 percent of all 27,000 ERA sales agents worldwide. Since beginning her real estate career in 1987, Ms. Maricic has been an NJAR Million Dollar Sales Club member for 11 consecutive years. She also qualified for the Silver Award in 1992 and 1996, as well as 1997. Ms. Maricic was the top producing Sales Associate in the Westfield office for 1995- 1997, gaining her membership in Burgdorff's President's Elite for 1998.

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