THE WESTFIELD (N.J.) LEADER, THURSDAY, MARCH 19,1987 Page 15
Mineral Club Show Is Training Available for
Geared to Rockhounds Hospice Volunteers
: Trailside Nature and Science A special children's feature
:Center, located at Mountainside The Visiting Nurse and Health house.
will be Professor Steve Magic Services (VNHS) Hospice is ac- The goal of hospice is to pro-
;on Coles Avenue and New Pro- who will perform mineral show
;vidence Road, will host its annual cepting applications for an eight- vide care for people who are dy-
feats of magic. week Hospice Volunteer Training ing that focuses on comfort, sup-
•Mineral Club Show on Sunday, The show will also include.
April 5 from 1-5 p.m. Program beginning in April. port and dignity during the last
demonstrations of cabachon phase of life. In a team approach
faceting and micromounts plus a The eight-week training ses-
The show will take place at the sion, conducted by VNHS with area hospitals, the VNHS
"touch and feel" corner for Hospice makes it possible for
Visitor's Center and will include children. Hospice staff, is open to in-
a slide show on the origin of dividuals of all ages who are in- terminally-ill patients to spend
Rocks and minerals will be the last days of life in the comfort
minerals, and the following guest sold and club members will be on terested in volunteering time to
speakers: Dave Nalven of Mend- spend with hospice patients. of their own homes.
hand for specimen identification VNHS Hospice care is
ham who will talk on fossils of for the beginner and serious Hospice Volunteers help
New Jersey and Phyliss Schiffer rockhounds alike. terminally-ill patients with a available to residents in 17 Union
who will discuss caves she has variety of tasks, including shop- County towns and municipalities.
The event is free of charge to ping, light chores, and transpor- Information is available by con-
explored. the public. tation. Volunteers also provide tacting Diane Pierozak, RN, at
companionship for patients while the Visiting Nurse and Health
family members are out of the Services, 352-5694.
Spring Brings The Annual Mrs. Jane Griffin's fourth grade class at Franklin School has been
Bonnie Brae Antique Show busy each month reading different types of fiction and making proj-
ects to demonstrate the books such as mobiles for science fiction, cof-
fee can film strips for humorous fiction and book jackets for
mysteries. The students exhibiting "Book of the Month" projects are,
With the arrival of Spring feature homemade food, The
comes Bonnie Brae Eleventh An- hours of the Antique Show are 10 left to right, Manu Vimlassery and Paul Hayes standing below travel
brochures they designed; Brooke Wiley holding her collage on sports The next Marriage Encounter enrich their relationship.
nual Antique Show, sponsored by a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, March
the Women's Auxiliary under the 28 and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, fiction; Beth Muggeo displaying her diorama on historical fiction and weekend will be held May 1-3 al After their weekend couples
Paul Campanile holding his collage on sports fiction. the Coachman Inn-Best Western, have said "Our lives together
Co-chairmanship of Mrs. Harry March 29. Cranford and is sponsored by the have taken on new meaning" and
V. Osborne Jr. of Cranford, Thirty-six dealers from the tri- United Protestant Expression of "I never realized how deeply we
daughter-in-law of Bonnie Brae's stale area and Kentucky will be Marriage Encounter. felt about the really important
founder, and Mrs. Robert exhibiting quality 18th and 19th Jewish Siiifilcs Hos< Marriage Encounter, which things in our married life. I knew
Hartlein of Neshanic Station. All century antiques, among them Weekly Sports began in 1962, has spread world- we loved one another, but I never
proceeds will benefit a special Lighthouse Antiques of Barnegat wide, and is endorsed by 12 major realized how much.''
projects fund supporting educa- Light, and the Bird in the Barley Jewish Singles Sports Night for Participants should bring a religious denominations. The Anyone who wants information
tional and recreational of Bernardsville. the athletic and non-athletic alike card or board game. weekend has a Christian frame- may contact Mike and Linda
assistance for the boys at the Bonnie Brae is located on is held every Tuesday night from Refreshments are served. work and welcomes couples of all Brown, 136 Tudor Oval, 654-8G69
school. The show will open Fri- Valley Road in Millington, op- 7 - 10 p.m. at the Jewish Com- For further information. or faiths and ages. or Tid and Mary Tidwell, Bask-
day, March 27 with a Preview posite the U.S. Veterans munity Center of Central N.J. directions contact the Jewish These weekends are for ing Ridge, 221-0355 or Jim and
Party from 6 to 9 p.m. Hospital. Volleyball and board games are Community Center, 1391 Marline couples who have a good mar- Betty Edmonds, Warren,
The show will be held in the For further information about offered to singles of all ages. Avenue, Scotch Plains, 889-8800. riage and want to strengthen and 647-3837.
Bonnie Brae gymnasium. The the Show or Preview Party,
Country Cafe will be open please contact Bonnie Brae at
throughout the show and will 647-0800.
ORT Spring Flea Market
Scheduled for April 5 THE NO SURPRISE,
The Greater Westfield Chapter
of Women's American ORT will
sponsor a flea market on Sunday,
April 5 at the South Avenue
than two million people since its
Women's American ORT,
founded in 1927, is the largest of
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and 4 p.m. The raindate is April nations which support the global
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ORT (Organization for
Rehabilitation Through Train- More than 100 vendors are ex-
ing) , the vocational and technical pected to be in attendance at the
education program of the Jewish upcoming flea market. For addi-
people has been in operation tional information, vendors are
since 1B80 and has trained more asked to call ORT at 561-8722.
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Roy Vella, a freshman at Holy major, is a graduate of Weslfield Ocean Township, PL Pleasant Beach, Rumson, Sea Bright. Shrewsbury. South River, Spring Lake Heights, Westfield.
Cross College, Worcester, Mass., High School. She is the daughter
has been named to the Dean's of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Aslanian
List for the first semester of (lie of Effingham Place.
198G-87 academic year. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Vella
of Westfield. Margarcl Fanner of Westfield
• • * has been elected Panhellenic
Lisa Aslanian of Westfield has Delegate of the Iota Nu Chapter Oiler may be withdrawn
of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority.
been named to the Dean's List at
Ohio Wesleyan Univesity,
Delaware, Ohio, for the fall
Margaret is a sophomore at Sus-
quehanna University, and she is
fir JERSGy at any time.
involved in the Student Activities 3ND TRUST'
semester. Member FDIC
Miss Aslanian, a junior English Committee as film chairman.