A-8 Record Press May 14,2004
OF PERSONALITIES' — local Center Friends. Continues May 22;
This week author Feather Foster will discuss donations of kids' clothing, books
her book on First Ladies with the and games accepted now. (908) 232-
Friends of the Fanwood Library. 6717.
Open to the community. $15 for 7:30 p.m. At the library, corner of
JCC members, $20 for non-mem- North322-6400.and Tillotson Road.
SATURDAY bers. Register by May 9 at (908)
889-8800, ext. 224.
ALUMNI MEETING — the
MAY 15 WALK FOR ANIMALS - Scotch Plains-Fanwood High
School Alumni Association will MAY 22
LANDSCAPING PROJECT annual event sponsored by People meet to present its annual scholar- TOWN-WIDE GARAGE
— the community will pitch in to for Animals to benefit homeless
ship awards. 7:30 p.m. Room 101 of SALE — sponsored by the Scotch
green up the Board of Education cats and dogs awaiting adoption. 10 the high school, Westfield Road. Plains Junior Women's Club, and
Administration Building at 302 a.m.-2 p.m. Nomahegan Park, benefiting local charities. $15 to
Elm St. in Westfield. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Cranford. (908) 688-1073. participate; free maps will be avail-
To sign up or learn other ways to GARDEN FAIR AND PLANT able. (908) 889-5153.
help, call (908) 789-4453. SALE — presented by the Rutgers 5-K FUN RUN/WALK — to
STEP UP FOR THE ARC — Master Gardeners of Union benefit the Cerebral Palsy League.
annual walkathon to raise funds County. Noon-5 p.m. Traiiside MAY 19 8:30 a.m. Begins at CPL headquar-
for the state's largest advocacy Nature and Science Center, New St.,
RIBBON CUTTING CERE- ters, 61 Myrtle 115.Cranford. (908)
Providence Road, Mountainside.
organization for people with devel- (908)654-9854. 709-1800, ext.
MONY — to celebrate the comple- 'ICE BOUND* — Women's
opmental disabilities and their
families. Registration begins 9 a.m. TIME CHANGER' — film tion of construction projects in the Book Club of the First Baptist
Scotch Plains-Fanwood school dis-
at Union County screening as part of a series at trict. 6:30 p.m. Scotch Plains- Church will meet to discuss the
Vocational/Technical School, Scotch Plains Baptist Church. 6:30 book by Jerri Nielsen. At the
Raritan Road, Scotch Plains. (908) p.m. 333 Park Ave., Scotch Plains. Fanwood High School, Westfield church, 170 Elm Street, Westfield.
(9080 322-5487. Road. 10 a.m. (908) 233-2278.
754-7826 or www.arcnj.org. RUMMAGE SALE — annual
HISTORICAL BUS TRIP — event at All Saints' Episcopal
to the State Museum in Trenton, Church, 559 Park Ave., Scotch
sponsored by the Westfield
Historical Society. Exhibits include
Plains. 10 a.m.-7 p.m; sale contin-
ues with half-price day 10 a.m.-6
"Cultures in Competition: Indians
and Europeans in Colonial New
MAY 17 p.m. May 20 and bag day noon-4 MAY 23
Jersey." Bus leaves Lord & Taylor •SAVOR THE FLAVOR' - p.m. May 21. Donations now ARTISTS' STUDIO OPEN
lot at 8:30 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. enjoy Union County's international accepted. (908) 322-8047. TOUR — see the studios of
$24 for club members, $29 for non- cuisine and raise money for the SALE — at the Thrift Shop at Cranford artists. 1-5 p.m. Tickets
members. (908) 233-6360. drug-abuse education organization $10 in advance, $8 seniors/stu-
Fanwood Presbyterian Church. 10
•BUON GIORNO: ITALIAN Prevention Links. 5:30-9 p.m. The a.m.-4 p.m. MacDermott Place, dents, $15 day of tour. For more,
RESEARCH* — presentation by Westwood, Garwood. $35 in Fanwood. (908) 789-8626 or (908) visit, www.jcas.org or (908) 272-
Larry Fermi for the Genealogical advance, $45 at the door (732) 381- 497-0283.
*WOMAN OF INSPIRATION:
Spring cleaning in school garden
Society of the West Fields. 10 a.m. Parent volunteer* and pre-kindergarten students, Including
Program Room of the Westfield RACHEL* — Speaker Fruma Packy Malorello (above), recently pitched In to get the
Wilschanksi presents the second in
Memorial Library, East Broad
Street. •TUESDAY THURSDAY a three-part series. 7:30 p.m. Union
County Torah Center, 418 Central
Children's Garden at Brunner School In Scotch Plains ready
for planting day. The volunteers spent the day weeding, dead-
heading and pruning. Rebecca Maiorello, chairperson of the
MAY 18 MAY 20 Ave., Westfield. For women only. PTA Garden Committee, and Bernadette Hoyer, coordinator of
SAFE BOATING COURSE - PROPANE TANK RECY- $10. (908) 789-5252. the garden, were also assisted by members of the PTA Garden
conducted by Coast Boating School. CLING — get rid of old, unusable Committee. The annual planting day, which will provide each
of the pro-kindergarten and kindergarten students at Brunner
MAY 16 6-9 p.m. Continues same time May tanks, courtesy of Union County.
19. Union County College, 1033 Noon-6 p.m.
KTDS TRIATHLON — inaugu- Springfield Ave., Cranford. (908) Conservation Center, Lamberts
Westfield COMING UP" with an opportunity to work In the garden, is scheduled for
ral event for Grades 1-6, hosted by 709-7600. MEDICARE TALK — Miriam
Mill Road. (908) 654-9889 or Dickman of the Union County
the JCC of Central NJ. 1:30 p.m. •LADIES: A CONJECTURE \vww.ucnj.org/oem. Senior Legislative Issues Coalition
Years ago you were exposed to
THE LITTLE ONES — will discuss changes in the federal
Miniature and Semi-Miniature program and the new discount
Violets.' Program by Bob Kurzinksi drug cards. JCC of Central NJ,
Moms meet Wednesday
ASBESTOS WESTFIELD — Next profit organization that cares
• on a ship • In a factory • at a refinery • fn a power plant
for the Union County chapter of the 1391 Martine Ave., Scotch Plains. Wednesday, the Union County for the caregiver. It provides
• In a brake repair shop • at a construction site African Violet Society. 1 p.m. Scotch 10:30 a.m. May 25. (908) 889-8800, Chapter of Mothers & More will opportunities for mothers to
Plains Public Library, 1927 Bartle ext. 207. host a special evening welcom- connect with one another in
Now your doctor has diagnosed you with Ave. 'ELECTION' — Teen Group at ing its newest members at 7:30 ways that assist them in devel-
MESOTHELIOMA Fanwood Memorial Library will p.m. at the Westfield YMCA, oping their unique identities as
discuss the novel by Tom Perotta. located at 220 Clark St. There women and help them move
You may be entitled to substantial compensation. For 30 years 6:30 p.m. May 25. At the library, will be great food and door more confidently through the
representing those suffering from asbestos disease. North Avenue and Tillotson Road.
www.kazanlow.com prizes. transitions that affect their
(908)322-4377. This meeting will also be an family, work and life.
Kazan McClain Abrams Fernandez Lyons & Farrise. a PLC
MAY 21 MEN'S CLUB DINNER — opportunity for all interested The Union County chapter
SPRING SALE — annual Westfield YMCA Men's Club plans mothers in the area tofindout holds meetings on the first and
„ CALL Toll-free NOW 1.877.995.6372 skazQn@kazanlaw.com event of the Westfield Day Care monthly gathering. 7:30 p.m. May
26. Famous Dave's restaurant, more about the chapter's activi- third Wednesday of each month
1443 Route 22 East, Mountainside. ties, which include mom and tot at 7:30 p.m. at the Westfield
Prospective members welcome. outings, mom's night out, play- YMCA. For more information,
(908) 233-2700, ext. 228 or (908) groups, a book club and more. call K.C. at (908) 789-8626 or
516-9566. Mothers & More is a non- Linda at (908) 497-0283.
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