Page 6 Thursday, March 6, 1997 f&ntfitlb and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains - Fanwood A WATCHUNC COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION
Mayor's Charity Gala Set;
Local Musicians Sought
The 1997 Scotch Plains Mayor's coordinate effective "early warning"
Charity Gala will be held Friday, and prevention drug education pro-
November 7, at the Shackamaxon grams for both youth and adults in
Country Club in Scotch Plains begin- Scotch Plains and Fanwood.
ning at 7 p.m. This year, the Organizing Com-
This will be the seventh annual mittee would like to showcase local
event and will be hosted by Mayor musical talent. The committee is look-
Irene T. Schmidt. The communities ing for any local musician or musical
of Scotch Plains and Fanwood con- ensemble who may wish to provide
tinue to be supporters of this annual appropriate musical accompaniment
event. As last year's gala was sold during the cocktail hour between 7
out, the committee is adding addi- and 8 p.m.
tional seating to accommodate de- Interested musicians may call the
mand, a gala spokeswoman said. committee or send sample tapes for
As usual, the evening will be a consideration no later than Tuesday,
celebration of the Scotch Plains com- April 15, to The Scotch Plains Recre-
munity, honoring local volunteers- ation Commission, 430 Park Avenue
of-the-year. Gala proceeds will help in Scotch Plains, 07076. The tele-
to support the Municipal Alliance phone number is 322-6700, Exten-
Marc Gottlick and Miss Jennifer Lowrey Committee, a local group which helps sion No. 220.
MRS. GARY WAYNE LAND
D For Annual Easter Egg Hunt
The Scotch Plains Recreation Department of Parks and Recreation, in
(She is the former Miss Stacey Lyn Maggio)
Mr. and Mrs. John Lowrey of Fan- Atlantic College in West Palm Beach,
wood have announced the engage- Florida. She is planning a career in
conj unction with the Scotch Plains Junior Woman's Club and the Scotch to
fijent of their daughter, Miss Jennifer the field of special education.
Plains Business and Professional Association will sponsor the annual J J JJ
Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 22.
Upwrey, to Marc Gottlick of
PJainfield, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Gottlick, Jr. of Fanwood.
Mr. Gottlick also is a graduate of
Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School.
To ensure that all youngsters will have an equal opportunity to find
"hidden" eggs, this year the committee has decided on separate egg
hunts for different age groups. At 10 a.m. sharp, announcements will be
;; A graduate of Scotch Plains-Fan- He is a police officer in Fanwood. made for age groups 2 and under, 3 and 4 year olds, then the 5 through Mr. and Mrs. Glenwood John Boulder. She is employed with Sony
wood High School, Miss Lowrey is A wedding is planned for Decem- 8 year olds will be allowed to hunt for eggs by age groups. Maggio of Westfield have announced Electronics as a promotions special-
currently a student at Palm Beach ber. In addition, there will be face painting at a nominal fee per child, a the marriage of their daughter, Miss
g g ist in California.
bake sale featuring homemade specialties, and prizes awarded for -- -
Stacey Lyn Maggio of San Francisco, The bridegroom is a 1975 graduate
games and other activities will be conducted, a recreation spokeswoman California, to Gary Wayne Land of of Mt. Whitney High School and a.
IH oxn Sierra Club to Hold said. Fremont, California, the son of Mrs. graduate of the College of Sequias in
Egg coloring for youngsters seven and older will start at 10:30 a.m. Donna Land of Visalia, California
j Conservation Program All events take place on the Village Green, adjacent to the Municipal and the late Gary Land. with Sony Electronics.
The Loantaka Group of the New Building on Park Avenue in Scotch Plains, rain or shine. The black-and-white evening cer- The pre-nuptial parties included a
-Sarah Fallowes-Kaplan and An- Jersey Chapter of the Sierra Club will emony took place in the First Presby- bridal shower and a dinner in
drew Kaplan of Manhattan have an- host a day-long conservation meeting terian Church in Sausalito, Califor- Westfield hosted by Mrs. Thomas
nounced the birth of their twins, on Sunday, March 9, in the Troop nia on Saturday, August 31, with the Shields, Mrs. Gary Gadek and Mrs.
Zachary Jacob Kaplan and Micaela
Hope Kaplan, on December 24 at
Room of Watchung Stables in the
Watchung Reservation, where the
Church's Mid-Day Musicales Reverend George L. McLaird offici-
ating. A reception followed at the
Robert Brewster. A wedding luncheon
was hosted by the bridegroom's
Lenox Hill Hospital in New York Army Corps of Engineers proposes to mother in Visalia, and a bridal shower
I "Zachary weighed 5 pounds and
build a 41-foot dam.
State Conservation Chairman Den- To Present Mezzo-Soprano Hotel Alta Mira in Sausalito.
The bride was escorted down the and luncheon was hosted by the
bride's Pi Beta Phi sorority sisters,
nis Schvedja will lead the event. The The First Congregational Church of Mass inC Minor" andRequiem, Handel's aisle by her father. She wore a cus-
measured 18 1/2 inches in length and morning session will begin at 9:30 tom, self-designed, full-length wed- Mrs. Jeff Ludes and Mi ss Stacey Ban-
Micaela weighed 4 pounds, 10 ounces Westfield, 125 Elmer Street, will present Messiah, Stravinsky's Les Noces and
a.m., after coffee and bagels, and will mezzo-soprano Karen Leigh and pianist Bach's Christmas Oratorio and ding gown made of imported Italian in Novato, California. A post-nuptial
and measured 17 3/4 inches in length be devoted to specific local issues, Magnificat. silk satin, accented with re-embroi- cocktail reception was hosted in No-
Brandt Fredriksen on their Mid-Day
at birth. among them the Green Brook Flood Musicales concert series Wednesday, Ms. Leigh received her Doctor of dered Alencpn lace trimmed with seed vember by the bride's parents at the
• The twins' maternal grandparents Control Project. March 12, at noon. These half-hour con- Musical Arts Degree from Rutgers pearls accenting the waist and neck- Echo Lake Country Club in Westfield....
are Russ and Vicki Fallowes of Training presentations on other certs are free and open to the public and University's Mason Gross School of the line. The rehearsal dinner was hosted
Westfield and their paternal grand- state and federal issues will also be are followed by a soup-and-sandwich Arts, and is a member of the voice faculty
She wore a headpiece of hand- on San Francisco Bay in Sausalito. .'
parents are Barry and Rosalind given. luncheon, available for $4.50. The church at the Lawrence Conservatory of Music
After a lunch break at 1 p.m., the is handicapped-accessible, and large-print in Appleton, Wisconsin. Among her made silk roses matching those on The couple honeymooned in the
Kaplan of Scarsdale, New York.
group will spend the afternoon out programs are available. teachers and coaches are Shirlee Emmons, the back of the dress, cascading into Hawaiian islands and now resides in
; '.Zachary Jacob is named in memory
doors in the reservation. Finals plans Minnesotan Karen Leigh is a repeat Joan Dornemann and Warren Jones. a cathedral-length, tulle train trimmed Fremont.
of his great grandfather, Jack
Fallowes, and Micaela Hope is named 'or the afternoon may include birding, winner in the Metropolitan Opera Re- in satin. The bride carried a bouquet
a jaunt to the proposed dam site and a gional Finals, and won the "Outstanding of Casablanca lilies, roses, stephano-
i;n memory of her maternal great
grandparents, May and Herman
limpse of the treasures to be found
there by Bob Harsell of the Arthur
Mezzo" award in 198S and 1986. Ap-
pearing in the world premiere of Animalen
Mrs. Crumel to Portray tis, and cascading dendrobium and
Bolker. ivy with gardenias.
Kill Watershed Association.
Please dress for the weather appro-
with the Minnesota Opera, Bernard Hol-
land of The New York Times wrote that
Famous Runaway Miss Stacey Jean Ban* of Sausalito xma ntex, Sxika,
• * * was the maid of honor. The bridal j
You never know what is
priately, hiking boots are suggested "Karen Leigh sang very well" as the During Church Service attendants were Miss Elaine Stitak of
)ut not required. Tigress.
ri\ou;ih until YOU know wliul is For further mforri\ation, please call An active recitalist and concert soloist,
Priscilla Crumel will be the guest
speaker at the First United Methodist
Chicago; Miss Eileen McCarroll of
San Francisco; Mrs. Terry Radov of
IBoxn to ^
more than enuugii. Sharon- Shinas at 232-6181 ot Paul Ms. Leigh has been heard on several
Sanderson at 233-2414. Public Broadcasting System broadcasts, Church of Westfield's 11 a.m. service San Mateo, California, and Miss Mr. and Mrs. James A. Norman of"
—Samuel Blakv singing such works as Schumann's on Sunday, March 9. Amanda Land of Pinegrove, Califor- Perth Amboy have announced the
Frauenliebe und Leben, Mozart's Mrs. Crumel willportraySojoumer nia, the daughter of the bridegroom. birth of their daughter, Erika Paige
Vesperae Solemnes with the St. Paul Truth, a runaway slave who became The bridal attendants wore ankle- Norman, on Thursday, February 6, af..-
Chamber Orchestra, and the songs and active in the abolition and women's length black crepe dresses with back Overlook Hospital in Summit. ~
arias of Leonard Bernstein at Lincoln suffrage movements by speaking in The baby weighed in at 7 pounds,:.:
straps which mirrored the back of the
INTERNATIONAL AWARD WINNERS Center's Damrosch Park. Additional con- churches around the country. Mrs. 4 ounces and measured 20 3/4 inched
cert appearances in New York and across bridal gown, along with pearls, and
Crumel will use drama, singing and each carried a single red Ecuadorian in length. :~
the United States include Mozart's "Grand poetry, while dressed in authentic- rose. Erika's mother, the former Mitr;
like costume, to bring SojournerTruth Philip Tisthammer of Visalia was KathleenGardner, has been employed^
Line Dancing Classes to life, a church spokeswoman an- • the best man. The ushers were Mark at 77K? WestfieldLeaderand The TtmeiH
nounced. Land o f Fresno, California and of Scotch Plains and Fanwood fo^-
For Beginners Slated Mrs. Crumel, a graduate of Pater- Robbie Land of Fremont, the broth- the past 12 years, as Editor and c u r -
Spring's Around the Corner! The Fanwood Recreation Commis- son State College with a Bachelor of ers of the bridegroom; Dean rently as Marketing Director. She isau
Get a Freeh, New Look! sion will sponsor country line danc- Arts Degree in Education, has done Tisthammer of Fresno and Josh graduate of Westfield High School™
ing lessons for beginners. The classes graduate work at Trenton State Col- Tisthammer of Visalia. The maternal grandparents are MrSZ
are for adults and will be held at the lege and Glassboro State College. Ms. Robin Sinclair, a vocalist and Eve O. Gardner of Perth Amboy and:
HAIRCUTTERS La Grande Park Building. She has taught students in both urban a former Westfield resident, provided the late ArthurC. Gardner. Her paters:
Registration will be held at La and suburban settings ranging from various wedding selections, and Mrs. nal grandparents are FrankA. Normsp:;
Grande Park, on Wednesday, March Kindergarten to high school. Richard Houston of Granite City, Il- of Branchburg and the late Mrs. Dorir;
12, from 7 to 7:30 p.m. for Fanwood To foster recognition of the contri- linois, the godmother of the bride, Norman. ~
Elegance, Quality, Service
residents, and from 7:30 to 8 p.m. for butions of Afro-Americans to
non-residents. The cost will be $40 America, she has founded "Friends
for residents and $50 for non-resi- of Black History." She has devel-
read the I Corinthians XIH scripture.
The bride is a 1980 graduate of
Westfield High School and a gradu-
is Mrs. Hilda Strohecker Norman of-
the Foothills Acres Nursing Home »-.
dents. oped, produced and coordinated Afro- ate of the University of Colorado in Hillsborough Township. "*"
The most ej(ctusive extensive Classes will be held on Wednes- American history exhibits and pro-
selection of domestic and imported days, beginning March 19, for eight grams.
marbCe, ceramic, tumbled marbte, weeks, from 7 to 8 p.m. Preference This speaker is being presented by
handpainted tites. will be given to Fanwood residents the Peace and Justice committee of
and class size will be limited, accord- the First United Methodist Church,
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