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A WATCHUNC COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION Vestftflb %nbet and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains - Fanwood Thursday, February 13,1997 Page 7 Wizard of Oz Coining To CDC on February 28 The classic movie, The Wizard of CDC stage. It is truly a show not to be Oz, has sprung to life in a full musical missed. Both adults and children will stage version of the film at the be transformed to the fantasy world Cranford DramaticClub (CDC). This ofOz." magical story, originally brought to Matinee performances of The Wiz- the silver screen in 1939, features all ard ofOz have been added for Sun- the well-known characters of Dor- day, March 2 and 16, at 3 p.m. to othy, the Scarecrow, Tinman, Lion, accommodate the younger audience. Toto, all the Munchkins, the Wicked The Wizard of Oz opens on Friday, Witch of the West, Glinda, the Good February 28, and runs for three week- Witch of the North, and, of course, ends including Fridays, March 7 and theWteardofOz. 14, and Saturdays, March 1,8 and 15. The Cranford Dramatic Club pro- Curtain time for evening shows is 8 duction is directed by Andrew p.m. Gordanier and Ken Webb with musi- Reserved seat tickets for The Wiz- cal direction from Ann Weeks. Dor- ard ofOz cost $ 17 for adults and $ 10 ' othy is portrayed by Danielle Fiorello for children. Tickets may be reserved and Carl Barber-Steele plays the Cow- by calling theCranford Dramatic Club ardly Lion. Janice Lynn comes to the box office at 276-7611. The CDC RECORD SETTERS...The itudenU pictured above raiacd the mott money for CDC stage as the Scarecrow and John Theater is located at 78 Winans Av- thtlr grade at Holy Trinity Interparochlal School in Weatfkld. Pictured, left to Schweska portrays the Tinman. enue in Cranford, off Centennial Av- right,are: First row, JohnPctrucelU,grade l;Sam Perl.grade 2; Erin Lukowiak and Erin Kelly, both Kindergartners,and Rkhird Delamy, grade 3; back row, Cheryl Federico will be the dastardly enue and just a few minutes from the Alex Bockelman, grade 5; Rob Fromtlint, grade 8; Eddie Slntcox, grade 6; Wicked Witch, Melissa Loderstadt is Garden State Parkway. Please call Christine Feury, grade 7, and Couette Moryan, grade 5. The program was Glinda, the Good Witch, and Nevil the CDC for directions. coordinated by Patricia Green, sixth grade teacher. Schwartz is the Wizard of Oz. A FAMILY FAVORITE...77ie Wizard ofOz comes to the Cranford Dramatic 'Theatergoers can expect a fully Club Theater (CDC) stage, opening on Friday, February 28. Dorothy is por- Historical Society Holy Trinity Pupils Raise true experience to the movie includ- ing a tornado, the yellow brick road, Announces Program trayed by Danielle Fiorello. For tickets and information, please call the CDC box office at 276-7611. flying monkeys, melting witches, Record Funds for St. Jude's talking trees, Emerald City and, of About Davy Crockett course, the Wizard of Oz," a CDC The Historical Society of Scotch Educational Services Unit Holy Trinity Interparochial School in Westfield has announced that its students have raised a record $ 10,651 in the program. The money was raised . through a "Mathathon," where the students completed mathematics spokeswoman said. Plains and Fanwood will feature a Producer Arlene Wachstein com- program on Tennessee frontiersman mented, "Over 10O people are in- Davy Crockett at its monthly meet- Elects Slate of Officers At its annual meeting, the Union Those recently elected to its board for St. Jude's Hospital this year, bring-problems and their families and volved in bringing this show to the ing on Tuesday, February 25, at 8 County Educational Services Foun- of directors include Mrs. Gagliardi, ing the total monies raised over the friends pledged a certain amount per last few years to $50,863.72. problem. St. Jude's Hospital offers Fanwood train Woman's Club Plans p.m. at theMartin Avenues.stationpro- North and The on dation elected officers and several new members to its Board of Direc- Mr. Mancuso, William S. McKinlay of Westfield, Union County Free- free medical care to sick children This year, 193 students participated across the United States. Benefit Performance gram will be presented by Williamon Chemerka, a teacher and speaker R. tors. holder Daniel P. Sullivan of" Eliza- , To help raise money for its numer- American history. The new officers are: Patricia beth and Richard Skorupski and Harry ous charities, the Woman's Club of Morris of Cranford, President; Marie W. Wilde, both of Cranford. The new Donors Sought for Upcoming Fanwood, Inc. has arranged with the Mr. Chemerka has earned many Philathalian Theatre Group to spon- awards for his teaching of history and Gagliardi of Clark, Vice President; Sheila Walsh of Morristown, Secre- directors and officers were welcomed at a reception in January. sor a benefit performance of Sly Fox, economics and is also the feature tary, and Charles S. Mancuso of Hill- Union County Blood Drives a comedy utilizing the dramatic tal- writer on historical topics for The ents of a number of local thespians. Star Ledger's "In the Towns," the editor of The Alamo Journal and au- side, Treasurer. The Union County Educational The foundation board has set Mon- day, April 28, as the date for its sec- The Blood Center of New Jersey on Sunday, February 23, from 8:30 The Woman's Club's special per- Services Foundation provides funds ond annual "Commitment to Educa- (BCNJ) has announced blood drive a.m. to 1:30 p.m. thor of the forthcoming book "The to develop and deliver non-traditional tion" dinner. Proceeds from the din- formance will be given on Sunday, locations and is asking healthy adults Donors must be 18 years of age. Alamo Almanac and Book of Lists." programs that assist special needs ner will be used to benefit the Union February 23, at 2:30 p.m. Beverages to call and sign up to donate. Seventeen year olds may donate with and homemade refreshments will be Everyone is invited to attend this students to become self-reliant and County Educational Services "Donations are still below what is parental permission. There is no up- included in the $12 ticket price. meeting. Donning coonskin hats and functioning community members, a Commission's Community Advan- needed for our patients in community per age limit for donors provided buckskin clothing is option. Refresh- foundation spokesman said. tage Program. For further information or to pur- hospitals," said Judy Knecht Daniels, they have donated within the last two ments and fellowship will follow the chase tickets, please call Joan Kirner a BCNJ spokeswoman. years, or have a doctor's note. Do- talk. at 322-7.756 or Barbara Couphos at "While we have been very fortu- nate that poor weather has not ad- versely affected donor turnout, we nors should know their social secu- rity number and bring a signed form of identification. 322-7892. *** Further information about the His- torical Society may be obtained from the society President, Richard Cranford Dramatic Club need to be prepared and have enough blood available should our area be hit with snow storms," she added. People with cold or flu symptoms should wait until they are feeling bet- ter before donating, and there is a 72- Truth is always paradoxical. —Henry David Thoreau Bousquet, P.O. Box 261, Scotch Plains, 07076or by calling 232-1199. <4 Presents Blood drive locations in Union County include Charlie Brown's Res- taurant, 2376 North Avenue, Scotch hour deferral for dental work, includ- ing routine teeth cleaning. Those who THE WIZARD OF OZ" have travelled outside of the United Plains, on Sunday, February 16, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Solutions Hair States recently, should call the blood Feb. 28th, March 1, 2, 7, 8,14, 15,16 center for eligibility criteria. Salon, 1012 South Avenue, Westfield, on Saturday, February 22, from 10 For more information or to sign up Tickets - Adults $17.00 a.m. to2p.m.;andTempleEmmanu- for a blood drive, please call the blood El, 756 East Broad Street, Westfield, center at 1-800 BLOOD NJ. 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