A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains Fanwood Thursday, May 28, 1998 Page 17
PUBLIC NOTICE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS
NOTICE is hereby given that at a regular meeting of the Township Council of the Township of Scotch Plains, held on Tuesday, May 26, 1998, the following ordinances entitled:
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER VII OF THE GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS ENTITLED "TRAFFIC".
AN ORDINANCE SUPPLEMENTING AND AMENDING CHAPTER II ENTITLED "FIRE DEPARTMENT, ESTABLISHMENT AND REGULATIONS" AND CHAPTER XVII ENTITLED "FIRE PREVENTION" OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS, 1978.
AN ORDINANCE SUPPLEMENTING AND AMENDING CHAPTER V ENTITLED "ANIMALS" OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS, 1978.
were duly passed on second and final reading. TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS
Barbara Riepe Township Clerk 1 T 5/ 28/ 98, The Times Fee: $32.13
PUBLIC NOTICE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS
NOTICE is hereby given that at a meeting of the Township Council of the Township of Scotch Plains, held in the Council Chambers in the Municipal Building of said Township on Tuesday, May 26, 1998 there was introduced, read for the first time, and passed on such first reading, an ordinance entitled:
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER VII OF THE GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS ENTITLED "TRAFFIC"
The purpose of the ordinance: Designating the intersection of Sunnyfield Lane and Sleepy Hollow Lane a stop intersection with the stop sign on Sleepy Hollow Lane.
A public hearing will be held on Wednesday, June 10, 1998 at 8: 00 p. m. in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building, or any time and place to which a meeting for the further consideration of such ordinance shall from time to time be adjourned, and all persons interested will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning such ordinance.
A copy of same may be obtained from the office of the Township Clerk, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey between the hours of 9: 00 a. m. and 4: 00 p. m. Monday through Friday by any member of the general public who wants a copy of same without cost.
BARBARA RIEPE Township Clerk 1 T 5/ 28/ 98, The Times Fee: $31.62
BENEFIT CAR WASH The Westfield Young Artists Cooperative Theatre (WYACT) recently held a car wash fundraiser at the PNC Bank parking lot in downtown Westfield. Cast, parents and production staff washed and dried for four hours to help finance WYACT's summer productions of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center's Victoria Theatre, and Wendy Wasserstein's Isn't it Romantic at the Cranford Dramatic Club. Pictured, left to right, are: Joe Siko, Colleen Kirk (in dark shorts), Deanne Martinez and Mary Beth Brautigam. Paul Nazzaro Studio Plans
Spring Recitals for June 1- 5
The Paul Nazzaro Music Studio in Westfield will present its Annual Spring Recitals during the first week of June.
Mr. Nazzaro's students will perform works in many styles, including classical, jazz, blues, ragtime, popular, new age, and more.
The recitals will showcase pieces students have written on their own, using the computer and the Musical Instrument Digital Interface keyboard at the studio, according to Mr. Nazzaro.
Also featured at the recitals will be original arrangements by Mr. Nazzaro of various classical pieces. Among them will be Mozart's A Little Night Music, Beethoven's Fifth Symphony,
and J. S. Bach's Sheep May Safely Graze.
Sarah Mullen, a senior at Westfield High School, will be performing at the studio for the last time this year. A student at the studio for 11 years, she was recently accepted to the Oberlin Conservatory in Ohio, for music study.
During two of the upcoming performances, she will play the first movement of Beethoven's Pathetique Sonata.
Performing on Monday, June 1, are: Sara Aleksandravicious, Jackie Nicoll, Casey Brown, Jacob Lavenhar, Joe Maran, Andrew Goldman, Matt Liebowitz, Hillary Nicoll, Bryan Cordes and Sarah Mullen.
On Tuesday, June 2, the performers are: Krista Ruschmann, Melanie Kaufhold, Kylie Fraser, Kim Angus, Kaitlin Kominsky, Samantha Hermann, Sophie Hall, Nancy Bateman, Trisha Wheeler, Mary Kominsky and Eric Pratt.
On Thursday, June 4, the featured performers will be: Jay Tieman, Craig
Campbell, Susannah Page- Katz, Stephanie Pinheiro, Georgie Williamson, Ben Chewey, Helen Kaplan, Caleb Zimmerman, Max Kaplan and Sarah Mullen.
On Friday, June 5, the following performers will be spotlighted: Julie Yee, Crista Ricci, Julian Betancourt, Laura Schwab, Matt Carville, Sarah Lapidus, Mike Yee, Michelle Morganoff and Laura Yee.
For more information, please call (908) 232- 3310 or e- mail pnazzaro@ att. net, or visit the studio web site at home. att. net/~ pnazzaro/ pnazzaro. musicstudio. html
Fine Art and Crafts Show Sale Slated at Nomahegan Park
WCP Plans Auditions For Blithe Spirit Cast
The Westfield Community Players (WCP) announced that auditions will be held for Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit, directed by Hank Glass, which will open the group's 1998- 1999 season.
Audition dates are Monday, June 8 and Tuesday, June 9, at 7: 30 p. m. in the WCP Theater at 1000 North Avenue, West, in Westfield.
Scripts are available in the Westfield Memorial Library, 550 East Broad Street, beginning the week of Monday, June 1. Individuals cast in the show must join the WCP as a dues paying member.
The cast of characters include Edith, a dimwitted, clumsy maid; Charles, a novelist in his 40s; Elvira, an attractive spirit in her late 20s to early 30s; Ruth, Charles' wife, in her middle 30s; Dr. and Mrs. Bradman, a middle- aged couple, and Madame Arcati, a bicycle- riding medium, 40 to 50 years of age.
All actors must be prepared to use an English accent. Evening rehearsals begin after Labor Day on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in the theater.
The show opens Saturday, October 17, and will continue on Fridays and Saturdays, October 23, 24, 30, 31 and November 6 and 7.
Enrichment Program Adds Additional Summer Sections
The Enrichment Center of Westfield, a tutoring and enrichment service company, has announced its expanded summer program. Classes are offered for kindergarten through grade 12 students.
The Center, an air conditioned facility, is offering two sessions: Monday, June 29, through Friday, July 24, and Monday, July 27, through Friday, August 21. Classes are available from either 9: 30 a. m. to 12: 30 p. m. and 5: 30 p. m. to 8: 30 p. m.
Registration is by mail or phone. Class size is limited to eight and early registration is recommended. There is a discount for children who take more than one class. Free on- site parking is available.
Classes in phonics, reading, math, Spanish, science and games of strategy are being offered for children in kindergarten through grade two. Special classes for gifted and talented in math and reading are also offered. Students in grades three through six can take the same course selections and choose from public speaking and composition writing. Gifted and talented math and reading classes are also offered for this age group.
Students in grades seven and eight can choose reading comprehension, creative writing, public speaking, junior verbal and math SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test), and EWT (Early Warning Test) math and English.
As of September, the name EWT will be changed to the GEPA (Grade Eight Proficiency Assessment), the spokes woman said.
High School students are being offered PSAT (or SAT) math or verbal, public speaking, essay writing, HSPT math, English and writing.
The name HSPT (High School Proficiency Test) will be changed to the High School Proficiency Assessment (HSPA) in September, as well.
Classes are also offered in the college application essay and interview skills. SAT II subject matter tests are offered in molecular biology, general biology, chemistry, writing and United States history.
All classes at the center are taught by certified, experienced teachers who are willing to individualize classes to meet the needs of each student, explained Elaine Sigal, an owner of the center.
She said class size is a maximum of eight students for better individualized instruction.
Private tutoring is always available for students in all grades and at all levels.
"Summer is a perfect time for students to get ahead in their classes for the following year," stated Rhoda Asch, a partner at The Enrichment Center.
Students can study their course material for classes in September or review material that was not mastered during the previous school year.
Registration is on a first- come basis. For more information, please write The Enrichment Center, 424 Central Avenue in Westfield or call (908) 654- 0110 for a free brochure.
NCADD Workshop To Focus Discussion On Spiritual Concepts
The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) of Union County will present a workshop entitled "Working Clinically with Spiritual Concepts" on Friday, June 5, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. It will be held at 300 North Avenue, East, in Westfield.
This workshop will look at spirituality and its impact on those recovering from substance abuse. The cost of the class is $50 and pre- registration is required.
All those interested are invited to attend. For further information and registration, please call Pat Ward at (908) 233- 8810.
School District Lists June Concert Schedule
The Westfield public school district has announced a series of spring concerts to be held in the schools in June, which the public is invited to attend. The schedule is as follows:
Monday, June 1, 8 p. m. Roosevelt Spring Concert (sixth grade) at Roosevelt Intermediate School on Clark Street.
Tuesday. June 2, 7: 30 p. m. Westfield High School Voice Recital at the high school on Dorian Road.
Wednesday, June 3, 8 p. m. Roosevelt Spring Concert (seventh grade).
Thursday, June 4, 8 p. m. Roosevelt Spring Concert (eighth grade).
Monday, June 8, 7: 30 p. m. Edison Spring Choral Concert at Edison Intermediate School on Rahway Avenue.
Tuesday, June 9, 7: 30 p. m. Edison Spring Instrumental Concert.
Wednesday, June 10, 7: 30 p. m. All- City Music Festival Concert at Westfield High School.
The Fine Arts Department has also scheduled a meeting on June 1 at 8 p. m. in Room 121 at Westfield High School for students and parents to meet the new Westfield High School Marching Band Director Michael Fackelman.
A Fine Arts Recognition Night has been scheduled for June 8 at 7: 30 p. m. in the Westfield High School auditorium.
ASSOCIATE HONORED Gina Suriano Barber of Scotch Plains, a Broker Associate in the Burgdorff ERA Westfield Office, has earned the New Jersey Association of Realtors' (NJAR) Million Dollar Sales Club Silver Achievement Award. She also qualified for the Burgdorff ERA Leader's Circle, ranking among the top 10 percent of all 27,000 ERA sales agents worldwide. Ms. Barber also captured the top position in the Westfield office for Most Sales and Production, Closed Units, for 1997. A real estate professional for 10 years, she earned the NJAR Bronze Award in 1989- 1995 and an additional Silver Award in 1996 for production exceeding $5 million. She has served on the Westfield Board of Realtors' Education and Program Committees, is a notary public, and holds the Referral and Relocation Certification.
The 12th annual Spring Fine Art and Crafts show at Nomahegan Park will be on Saturday and Sunday, June 6 and 7, from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., in Cranford, across from Union County College.
The free show is open to the public and will feature over 140 artists, photographers and crafts people from throughout the Northeast and elsewhere, who will display and sell their works. It will be held rain or shine.
The juried show and sale is jointly sponsored by the Union County Board
of Chosen Freeholders, the Union County Division of Parks and Recreation and Janet and Howard Rose Squared Productions, Inc.
Fine art, photography, weaving, clothing, pottery, wood, fiber, leather and stained glass items will be among the featured exhibits. The Eagle Creek Country Band will entertain and a variety of ethnic foods will be available.
Free parking is available at the college. For further information, please call (908) 874- 5247.
Greg Paroff Directing
Talk Radio in New York
Former Westfield resident Greg Paroff is currently directing Talk Radio at the Producers Club in New York City. The production will continue through this Saturday, May 31.
In Talk Radio, which includes a cast of young actors, playwright Eric Bogosian questions entertainment's purpose in society by exploring a talk show host's personal paranoia the evening before his program achieves syndication.
The playwright explores how artists either accept or deny their insecurities concerning their work. Mr. Paroff said the play is particularly relevant as an exploration of an individual quest for self- knowledge in a politically charged and polarized atmosphere.
The Producers Club is located at 358 West 44th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues. All performances are at 8 p. m. except for Sunday's performance which is will begin at 6 p. m.
For reservations or information, please call (212) 777- 4471.