A-8 Cranford Chronicle October 7,2004
October 7, 2004 Cranford Chronicle B-1
S E N I O R S
When it comes Jo character,
Durante's a champion
David Durante, a Garwood resident and a mem-
ber of the national gymnastics team, recently
paid a visit to local students as part of the dis-
The Cranford Senior CitizensThursday Club meets 1 p.nr trict's character education Initiative. Durante .
at the Community Center, 220 Walnut Aye. Activities:
Oct. 7 — Business meeting, followed by recognition of
birthdays. and anniversaries, as well as Who's Who?. and a
Mix and Match challenge. . / .
spoke to the students about his efforts to make
the^2004 Olympics team, emphasizing the Impor-
tance of setting goals you can reach and the
value of being a team member. Durante, who was
won't need to Crane-
Oct. 14. •— Chiropractor Andrea Sciarrillp will address the
club. : '••'
Oct. 21— Bingo. •
• the last member of the national team cut from the
Olympic squad, also stressed respect, fairness
and responsibility as he visited third-through
headed to Brearley recycle her poetry PhilHps
K E N I L W O R T H - The David
eighth-graders in their classrooms. After meeting
Oct. 28 •— Halloween party. Club members are asked to By LAUREN TRAlNOR metliodical approach, to this partic-
with Durante, the students said they valued his Brearley High School stage will
bring donations for Cranford Family Care. moral strength arid strong commitmenttohim- come alive with the music of THE CHRONICLE "^""^ ular poem, which featured a fan-
self and the national team. At (eft, Durante Is pic- The Beatles on Oct. 16, as the tastical rabbit who explained the
Trips sponsored by the Thursday Club (the public is wel- CRANFORD—Though she's virtues of recycling.
Oct. 21-26 — Deluxe motorcoach trip to B a r Harbor,
\Maine. $727 per person, double occupancy. For more informa-
tured With students Ryan Tombs, Michael Kandel,
Sara Law and Megan Courtney.
Mahoney Bros. Band will pres-
ent "Beatlemania Revisited:
Long Live The Beatles" in the
school auditorium at 7:30 p.m.
only in fifth grade, Orange Avenue • •'.. "I wanted it to be a good poem,
student Jennifer Heine is already a so I wrote a few Unes every night
published poet. to make sure 1 didn't turn out with
tion, call (908) 272-5375. ;•;•••.
Celebrating birthdays in October are Joan Griffin, Lynn
Hoolko, Audrey Jones, Bertha Jesionowski, Bud Baker, Paul
The event is being held as a
fundraiser for the David
Brearley Athletic Department.
Jennifer's was chosen as one of
12 winning poems; out of more
than 700 entries in a state-wide
contest to determine which poems
something that wasn't very good,"
s h e s a i d . ; ••'... ..•:;•.
The rabbit character was
Genova, Rosemarie Mack, Josephine Geisler, Marilyn Prinz The school is located at 401 would be included in a calendar inspired by the fantasy books CRANFORD - The Cranford.
adults and children, as well as Historical Society's Crane-Phillips
and Lottie Schnackenberg. ........
Celebrating anniversaries are Arleen and Jim Walsh (62 This week FRIDAY tapes, videos and CDs. 11 a.m.-
8 p.m. Oct. 21; continues 10
Veterans of the Broadway
production, The Mahoney Bros,
that stresses the importance of
recycling in today's world.
Jennifer likes to read. His charac-
ter was friendly, she said, and she
felt a rabbit was a better choice
House Museum will once again
participate in Union County's pop-
years) and Grace and Bob Bishe (58 years).
OCT15 a.nl.-4 p.m. Oct. 22-23. Cellar
room of Cranford Public
among the best Beatles tribute
Jennifer entered thecontest
while in Megan Zambell's fourth than a deer — and besides, the ular annual program, "Four
Centuries In A Weekend," Oct. 16
GARDEN CLUB BUS bands. The band appears regu- grade class last year, when Zambell word rabbit helped secure her
The Cranford Senior Citizens Friday Club meets 1 p.m. at the
THURSDAY between 18th and 23rd streets.
HADASSAH MEETING •—
TOUR— the Green Thumb
Garden Club takes its ninth
Library, 224 Walnut Ave.
Donations accepted through
larly at many Atlantic City casi-
nos, most recently headlining a
was a long-term substitute teacher; poem's rhyme scheme.
Jennifer and many other students "He was talking about how the
and 17, before closing for the rest
of the season to allow the award
winning restoration project on the
Oct. 18. "Beatles" show at the Borgata.
Community Center, 220 Walnut Ave. Activities:
Oct. 8 — Social/bingo.
OCT. 7 first of the fall season for the annual tour to Wavehill in the
Hudson Valley. Bus leaves 10 TOWN-WIDE LITTER They have also appeared live at
returned to her class for fifth grade trash dumps are getting so big and
this year. The continuity, she said, how everyone should recycle,"
National Register site to continue.
WESTFIELD WELCOME Roselle-Crariford chapter. 10 a.m. PICKUP DAY — in Cranford, Giants Stadium, playing to The house will be open from 10
Oct. 25 — A talk on "Truth and Fiction about Slot Machines" Temple Beth-El Mekor Chayim, a.m. from the Orange Avenue gave her and Jennifer a chance to Jennifer said, "He was talking a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 16 and from
CLUB — open house for new Pool. To reserve a seat, call (908) sponsored by the Clean thousands of fans during half-
by Arthur Bilenker. and prospective members; the 338 Walnut Ave., Cranford. await the good news together. about how if everyone recycled, noon-5 p.m. Oct. 17. . .
276-5077. Communities Committee. 10 time of a Giants-Jets game. he'4 be happier and everybody else'
Oct. 22 — Social/bingo. club is open to residents of sur- Featuring the candidates for a.m.-noon Oct. 23; volunteers "I was expecting something, Since interior work on the
Township Committee. GRUESOME, GORY, Tickets are priced at $10 and because she is so creative, and would be happy too." museum will be continuing short-
Oct. 29 — Halloweensocial. rounding towns such as Cranford GROTESQUE — the stories of should sign up by Oct. 8. To
and Garwood. 8 p.m. at a mem- may be obtained by calling the such a good writer," Zambell said. Zambell said that Jennifer's ly, the theme at the museum will
Trips sponsored by the Friday Club: register, call the coordinator at
Oct. 13 — to Atlantic City. $18, leave from Hillside Avenue
School parking lot at noon. Additional trips planned Nov. 10 and
ber's home; for more information,
(908) 301-0819 or (908) 301-0495.
MONDAY Edgar Allen Poe, presented by
members of the Hudson
Shakespeare Company. 7:30 p.m.
RAHWAY RIVER CLEAN-
school at C908) 931-9696, ext.
317 or 327, or by visiting the
school's main office. If any tick-
"We'd been waiting to hear from
poem is likely the beginning of a
long and illustrious career for the
again be "Restoration." Visitors
will leam about the four-phase
WINE AND CHEESE "I was very excited," Jennifer budding writer. plan to renovate and restore the
Dec. 8. RECEPTION — hosted by the OCT. 11 Kenilworth Public Library, 548 UP — volunteers set out at five
locations to remove trash from
ets remain, they will be avail- said. "I was jumping around the "I'm very proud — she's a won- little Victorian cottage to the way
Dec 14 — to the Lili Langtry Clmstmas show. Trip leaves 9 •Kenilworth Republican THE WITCHES OF SALEM Boulevard. Free, but space is lim- able at the door the evening of house all afternoon when I found derful student," Zambell said. "She LAUREN TRAINOFVTHE CHRONICLE
it looked circa 1870 and how it
— program presented by Dr. ited. (908) 276-2451. the river. 9 a.m.-l p.m. Oct. 23. the performance. will be turned into a living history
a.m., returns 6 p.m. $63 fee includes show admission and a meal. Committee, to present candidates SPAGHETTI DINNER For information, call (908) 272- out." always puts her whole heart into Prize-winning student poet Jennifer Heine Is pictured with her
May 25-26,2005 —to Lancaster and Dutch Country, Pa. $178 for Borough Council. 7:30-10:30 Karen Sue Hybertson and spon- The usually casual poet took a everything," teacher at Orange Avenue School, Megan Zambell.
FUNDRAISER — annual event 7534. Exliibits will discuss the archi-
double, $206 single. Includes one brealrfast, one dinner and a trip p.m. LaGriglia restaurant. $25, sored by the College Women's
presented by Cranford Boy Scout HARVEST FESTIVAL - Eighth-graders hold tectural style of the house and A.
$20 for seniors. Club of Cranford. 7:45 p.m. First
used clothing drive
to the Sight and Sound Theatre to the newshow, "Ruth." Also a
guided tour of Amish country, Lands Valley and a museum.
; Sept. 19-23,2005 — to Niagra Falls and Toronto. $410 double, SATURDAY
Presbyterian Church of Cranford, Troop 75, Beatings at 5, 6:15 and inaugural event at Trinity
Springfield and North Union
7 p.m. Cranford United
Methodist Church, 201 Lincoln
Ave. East. $8, $5 for kids ages 4-
Episcopal Church, Forest and
North avenues, Cranford. Noon-
5 p.m. Oct. 23. Featuring a pet-
GARWOOD — Local eighth-
graders will be holding a used
Octoberfest comes to Kenilworth Sunday J. Downing, considered the first
American arcMtect, to whom it is
attributed. Displays will illustrate
what work lies ahead for the reno-
$515 single. Includes guided tours of the falls and the city, a clothing collection this weekend. KENILWORTH — The Pride in
cruise on the Maid of the Mist, trip to Casino Niagra, four break- OCT. 9 TUESDAY 10. (908) 272-0589. ting zoo, pony rides and a kids
costume parade. (908) 276- Residents are asked to put Kenilworth committee will present the sev-
most talked about events of the year.
Proceeds from the Octoberfest, which
Tripodi, who have served on the committee
since its inception, are well aware of its
Other special exhibits will fea-
fasts and four dinners.
For reservations or additional information call Helen at (908)
DOUG CHURCH — a tribute to
"Tho King," to benefit the
OCT. 12 SATURDAY 4047.
RED RIBBON DRUG
donated items in plastic garbage
bags and drop them off at
Lincoln/Franklin School on
enth annual Octoberfest Street Fair this
The event will run from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on
attracts 5,000-7,000 people, fund the annual
Fourth of July fireworks in Kenilworth.
"This event requires a lot of organization
ture new and interesting informa-
tion about the Phillips Family,
276-2849. AWARENESS DAY - com- Madonna Bogus, event chairwoman, has and sound planning," said Scorese. who built most of the existing
Cranford PBA Local 52.
Kenilworth Veterans Center,
'HEART OF DARKNESS' —.
a book discussion group at the OCT. 16 memorating the lives of those
Second Avenue, from 8 a.m.-l
the Boulevard between 18th and 23rd
streets. The street fair will feature lots of
served on the committee for several years.
"There is a lot of work that goes into plan-
"We continue to put the emphasis on house in the Downing style.
PANCAKE BREAKFAST - lost fighting drug-abuse, featur- making it fun for the kids and the entire Visitors to the Crane-Phillips
Wednesday Club South 21st Street, Kenilworth. Kenilworth Public Library. 7:15
to raise funds for the families of Wearable and usable clothing entertainment including carnival games, ning and running an event with so much community," said Tripodi. House Museum will get to see
The Cranford Senior Citizens Wednesday Club meets 1 $35. (908) 272-8425 or (908) 276- p.m. 548 Boulevard. (908) 276- ing wide array of kids' enter- crafters, an assortment of international
2451. . deployed soldiers of the 250th (men's, women, and children's) fanfare," said Bogus. "As a committee, we Pride in Kenilworth Committee members these special exliibits and will
1587, tainment. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 23. foods, a live deejay, kiddie rides, a caricatur- have great chemistry and communication
p.m. at the Community Center, 220 Walnut Ave. Trips Signal Battalion, based in the Nomahegan Park, Cranford. shoes, belts, handbags, linens praised Mayor Gregg David, whom they said also get to meet find interact with
planned by the club include: MAYOR'S SATURDAY — Westfield Armory. 7 a.m.-noon. At (732) 381-4100. and stuffed animals are sought. ist, a magician, and more fun for kids and that is needed in order to pull this off." has been extremely supportive and accom- costumed docents portraying '
monthly event in which Garwood the Armory, 500 Rahway Ave., The class will receive a contri- adults. The rain date is Oct. 17. The volunteer group promotes community modating throughout. members of the Phillips Family, "
Oct. 11 — to the Showboat Casino in Atlantic City, leaving residents can discuss their con- GARAGE SALE — annual bution according to the amount The Pride in Kenilworth Committee was unity and family values and encourages res- "I am a very proud to be directly involved
from 40 Meeker Ave. at 11 a.m. The cost is $16. Additional
trips are scheduled Nov. 8 and Dec. 6. The public is welcome.
cerns with Mayor Dennis J. .OCT.-13..." Westfield $6. To volunteer, call
fundraiser for the Cranford of clothing collected. established in 1998 under the direction of idents of Kenilworth and other community with this event for the very first time,"
second owners of the township's
McCarthy. 10-11 a.m. Municipal ANSEL ADAMS LECTURE Historical Society. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. former Mayor Michael Tripodi. Since then, members to shop Kenilworth and support its David said. "Everyone is working very hard,
COLUMBUS DAY DANCE Oct. 23-24. Hanson House, 38 They will be greeted on the
For information and reservations, call Arleen at (908) 272- building, 403 South Ave. (908) — presented by Prof. James — sponsored by the Cranford what started out as a program of trial and stores and businesses and restaurants. and I believe this event is going to be front porch by residents playing
5441.- ; . . 789-0710. : DelGiudice of Morris County Knights of Columbus. St.
Springfield Ave. Donations of Professor to discuss error has turned into one of Kenilworth's Event planners Don Scorese and Lenny extremely fun and enjoyable for all." Henry and Cecilia Philips, who
College. 8:15 p.m. Bates Hall, items will be accepted at the Adams'photography
SUNDAY First Presbyterian Church of, -
Michael's School gym, Alden
Street, Cranford. $25. 7:30 p.m, Hanson House 9:30 a.m.-noon Oct.
owned the house from just aiter -
the Civil War until Henry's death
Host an OCT. 10
OCTOBERFEST — seventh
Cranford, Springfield and North
Union avenues. (908) 276-1027.
TALK BY MICHAEL
Make checks payable to Cranford 19-21 and 7-9:30 p,m. Oct. 22. For
Knights of Columbus; mail to
Chuck Higgins, 210 Cranford
SHAPIRO — political columnist Ave. (908) 272-0374.
more or to volunteer, (908) 272-
CRANFORD - T h e Couples
Club of the First Presbyterian
Church of Granford will sponsor
a slide lecture on the American
Troop 83 a few years before World War I. ;
'"Henry and Cecilia" will talk ;
about the Phillips Family— •
Exchange annual event in Kenilworth, 11
a,m.-5 p.m. along the Boulevard
and Kerry campaign worker will BEATLEMANIA REVISIT-
address the Cranford Democratic ED — a performance by the
TRICKY TRAY GDJT AUC-
TION — third annual event to
benefit the Cerebral Palsy League.
photographer Ansel Adams at
8:15 p.m. Wednesday, in the Scouts
Henry Phillips was one of the
inventors of the kitchen range
hood, and his brother, Dr. Charles
Make a •hew.li.fo.Iouj; Club.,7:30 p.m. Cranford Oct. 24. Donations are now being church's Bates Hall. H. Phillips, invented Phillips Milk
Mahoney Bros. Band, to raise
'friend Irotti libroad. Community Center, 220 Walnut funds for the David Brearley ath- accepted; call Melissa Taveras at Professor James DelGiudice, of Magnesia — and the Crane
Enrich your family with niiotlieruiltuii.
Now you cnii host ;i high school
exchange student•(girlor i>oy) liom
Ave. Free and open to the public. letic department. 7:30 p.m. David (908) 709-1800, ext. 115.
(908)276-0695. Brearley High School auditori-
um, 401 Monroe Ave.,
BULLYING AND GANGS —
a program for kids ages 10-14,
adjunct professor of photogra-
phy at Morris County College,
will present the program.
shoot Family, the area's first settlers,
from whom the Phillips' pur-
chased the house.
France, Gernlany, Sdndinavn
THURSDAY Kenilworth. $10. (908) 931-9696, encouraging them to make posi- DelGiudice has studied the Various materials about the
Spain, England, Japan, |ki?.ll, Ittlv oi
other countries. Becoming a host TREE EXPERT CO.
ext. 317 or 327. tive decisions. 4-5 p.m. Oct. 27.
Kenilworth Public Library, 548
works of Adams for more than
20 years. the rapids weekend long self-guided tour are
available from the Union Couniy
to a young mu'riuiiional-visitDi
is an experience of it lifetime. * JOHAN ( «.'u
1( \Y1 ! i l l J I ID >l
Trimming • Repairs
• Removal CANDIDATES F O R U M -
featuring candidates for
SUNDAY Boulevard, (908) 276-2451.
ONE-DAY PILGRIMAGE -
The program is free and open
to the public. The church is KENILWORTH - The Boy
Scouts of Troop 83, based in
Division of Cultural and Heritage
Affairs Office and will also be at
many of the sites. The booklet
located at Springfield and North
(I o u l o I \ ir rti to the Basilica of the National
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Cranford Township Committee,
hosted by the Cranford League of
OCT. 17 Shrine of the Immaculate Union avenues. For more infor- Kenilworth, traveled to White
Haven, Pa. for a weekend of
features photos and information
about each site and a map show-
tally i J i n«j XENON — a return perform- Conception in Washington, D.C. mation, caD Alex Lehner at
ivttiw.aii84.cpm Women Voters and Cranford . (908) 276-1017 or the Church adventure this summer. ing the location. ;
Immediate Service Jaycees. 8 p.m. At the municipal ance by the local hard rock band, Oct. 30. Sponsored by St. Anne's
Lirgu variety itf iintionulitus, lnloicUi,tiobl>i(.pi,ctc. nuw available. •
• Insured For Your Protection whose members hail from Church, Garwood. $30 per per- office at (908) 276-8440. The leaders and Scouts, for For further information about
lor iiiloniMliun or ID s.'lcrt yiun mra culiaiifi' sluifcii!, visit our wolisiii' abovo (it call: building, 7 Springfield Ave. and many of whom this Was the Union County's Four Centuries in
open to the public. Cranford and Kenilworth. The son includes box meal and bus
first-ever rafting, experience, a Weekend program, call the
908-233-TREE ROSARY SOCIETY MEET-
I N ^ — at St. Anne's Church in
Crossroads, South Avenue,
Garwood. $10. (908) 232-5666.
transportation. (908) 789-0414.
'GROWING UP UNDER
Club hosts talk on packed a lunch for the trip and Union County Division of
Cultural and Heritage Affairs at
908-233-8733 HITLER' — an account of life in witches of Salem headed to the boarding area
Emma at 1-80&-677-2773 (Toil Free)
Celebrating our 50th year
Garwoqd. Featuring installation
of new members. 7:30 p.m. in the
. lower church.
COMINGUP Nazi Germany by author and
Union County resident Ludwig
CRANFORD — The College
Women's Club of Cranford will
where the trained staff fitted
everyone with life jackets.
PRIDE IN CRANFORD
• in the Tree Business
AWARDS DINNER — present-
ed by the Cranford Chamber of
Commerce. 6-9:30 p.m. Oct. 20.
Wilhelm Knapp. 7-8:30 p.m.
Nov. 9. Kenilworth Public
Library, 548 Boulevard. Register
host a program on the "Witches
of Salem, Mass," on Monday.
The events that occurred in
They boarded the bus to take
them down the river to the
LAC E rS C H OOL Galloping Hill Inn, 325 Chestnut in advance at (908) 276-2451.
St., Cranford. (908) 272-6114 or
FLEA MARKET AND
APPRAISAL FAIR - spon-
Salem some 300 years ago have
held a continuing fascination for
the American public The story
During the bus ride,
instructors and guides gave
the Scouts the safety rules of
Piloting their rafts through the rapids was the least of concerns for the Sdouts of Troop 83 on a recent
trip to Pennsylvania — they also had 16 dodge buckets of water thrown by Troop leaders.
PHILANTHROPIC TEA -
featuring New Jersey trivia, at a Historical Society, to raise funds
meeting of the Wednesday
sored by the Kenilworth
for the Nitschke House. 10 a.m.-
has been retbld in fiction and
drama and studied through the
lenses of history, sociology, psy-
traveling on the river. The
group was divided into five
people per raft.
their tired arms. They were
able to take a break from pad-
they continued on, enjoying
the sunshine and riding the
rafting trip next year. ,
.... Kenilworth Boy Scout Troop:
Morning Club. 1 p.m. Oct. 20. 4 p.m. Nov. 13. Kenilworth chology and medicine. Just after starting down the dling and floated down the rapids, • 83 is sponsored by the.; KENILWORTri:'.-. In honor of
First Presbyterian Church of Veterans Center,' 33 South 21st river, the lead raft got stuck river. These areas afforded, As the trip came to an end, Kenilworth Veterans Red Ribbon Week, the Kenilworth
Dr. Karen Sue Hybertson, Public Library will present "What
Cranford, Springfield and North ' St;, Kenilworth. For information pastor of Ridgeview Community briefly on a large rock just them the opportunity to fill up the rafts were brought to Center/VFW Post 2230 and
Union avenues. (908) 272-6243. and/or to reserve rental tables, below the water's surface, but the five-gallon bailing buckets shore and the group was bused meets every Thursday at 7. You Need To Know About :
Church in West Orange, will Bullying And Gangs;" from 4-5
BOOK SALE - books for call (908) 245-0861.. delve into the community waa quickly dislodged and on with water and soak the other back to camp, where all p.m.-
the right course again. • Scout-filled rafts, which in enjoyed a beef stew dinner, p.m.Oct.27. • . •••• ,;
dynamics that drove the witch- . If interested in becoming a
During the 10-mile trip, , turn escalated to fun battles snacks, toasted marshmallows Boy Scout, contact John This program will offer pre- .
craze: issues of property, power, between all the rafters; teens arid teens, ages 10-14, an
and stories,by the campfire.:
, LOSING A LOVED ONE TO DRUGS? gender religion.
The program will begin at
there were calm areas or swim
areas, where the Scouts rested After a brief stop for lunch,
Kozak, Scoutmaster for Troop
The boys are planning .another 83, at (908) 276-8167. . . . opportunity to participate in ah ,
If addiction k killing u loved. One, we have the answer. We deliver the must interactive discussion encouraging
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lake in Buttle Creek,.MI. Suima detox gets toxins mid drug residues out of the
body eliminating physical cravings. Life skills training courses prepare our
students for long-term success in life. We have a large job-referral network in
NJIO names new music directory conductor related to peer pressure regarding •
gangs and bullying. The discus- \ [
sion will be led by School ' •
• p i a c c l •' ; . • • ' . ' . ' .' ' ' . .; .' . •;• . ': ;. '
Harvest Festival CRANFORD — The New Jersey Pierre Monteux. School for conductors and The New Jersey Intergenerational
Resource Officer James Grady of
the Kenilworth Police. : , •.; '
at Trinity Church Intergenerational Orchestra (NJIO) has orchestral players where his love or conduct- Orchestra is composed of more than70 musi-
..NARCdNQN® STONE HAWK Department. ..
; OPEN HOUSES announced the appointment of Todd Van ing was born, He continued his conducting cians who have ranged in age from 6 to 93. Pizza, subs and soda will be
1 Face and carving pumpkins, orange and white! Varieties include CRANFORD — Trinity Beveren as music director and conductor. studies with Tom Carlo Bo of Opera at NJlO's mission is to bridge the generations,
' Cinderella, Magic, Oktoberfest, Howdens, Huge Hubbard gourds & more1
Middle School/Upper School' Grades 6 - 8 / Grades 9 -'^2
Sunday, October 17,2004,1-3 p.m. ,
800-420-3147 Episcopal Church is .offering' its Van Beverne will conduct his first concert Florham. Van Beveren is also a former violin through a common love of music. .;
Served to those individuals partic-
ipating in this program..
'www.narcononstonehawk.com inaugural Harvest Festival from on Oct. 16 as the Cranford-based NJIO joins student of Beverly Somach '.•'.' Founded by Lorraine Marks in 1994, NJIO
noon-5 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 23, in celebrating the 150th anniversary of Red Ribbon Week which takes
• . Primary School • Kindergarten ~ Grade 5 Van Beveren is also the director of strings has performed at the World Conference on place Oct. 23-31, is,an annual
HT. d, lit), 16 & 17 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, October 1$, 2004,9-11 a.m. on the church grounds at Forest Summit Episcopal Church. NJIO will perform at Rutgers Preparatory School, and the artistic Aging in Madrid, Spain, the United Nations, observance set aside to reinforce
....... ,..blg buys apd hidden treasures await yog in our warehouse (ull and North avenues. at 12:30 p.m. on the green in Summit. director and founder of the Northern New the Generations United Conference in drug and alcohol prevention.'
prjf dcsstteally reduced holiday items, accessories, antiques, containers,
nts and lots morel
.•••.•••.'.•' , All School* Nursery-Grade «
. Sunday, November 14,2004,1-3 p.m.
DONATIONS NEEDED! : There will be .pumpkins for
sale and pumpkin painting for
Among the selections, to be performed are
arrangements of Beethoven's "Ode to Joy,"
Jersey Youth Orchestra, now beginning its
Washington, D.C, the Plaza at Lincoln Center
and other yenues. Media coverage has includ-
This library program is being .
sponsored by the Kenilworth
KeM Place School Is an all-girls K through 12 Independent college-prepurotoiy'
Boats, Cars, RVs, Real Estate & Equipment free. A petting zoo and pony Handel's "Royal Fireworks Music," and Van Beveren is a violist with the Rosadpni ed features on CBS and NBC and in the New Municipal Alliance and funded by
''. . day ichotil with a coeducational nutseiy and pre-klndergarten program. rides will be offered between 1 ; Leopold Mozart's "Toy Symphony."' String Quartet and a member of the Montclair York Times as well as in such magazines as the Council on Alcoholism and .
October 19 Open House Program October 17/
IRS Forms and All Paperwork Pone for You. and 4 p.m. •.',.,»•.»
Complimentary cake and ice creana will be Chamber Ensemble. He was a.finalist in the Family Circle, American Profiles and Savvy Drug Abuse through the Union
to altract jmd keep wild biftts ft ytiur yard! There will also be luds crafts,
served. • •>.*'.• Kings Concerto Competition and the Living.' .•:: •'•. . •' '• •: . • • . . . . ;•• •.':,. -' •
County Departinent of Human
November 14 Associated Charities represents numerous non-profits A graduate of Montclair State University, Ridgewood Festival Strings, an orchestra he Now beginning its fall season, the Now'•
food, treats, and cider, and a Services Division, of Planning.
in need of your property. Van Beveren studied violin and viola with played in as a student. Jersey Intei-generatipnal Orchstra invites Registration^ required, and
kids' costume parade will be at Oscar Ravina of the New York Philharmonic. • His teaching experiences have taken him musicians of all ages and abilities to join. For preference will be given to
4 p.m. , ,, „ He served as principal viola: in the university
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