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Page 6 Thursday, December 16, 1999 The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains – Fanwood A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION



(She is the former Miss Susan McFall)

Miss Susan McFall Weds Michael Isaacman

Miss Susan McFall, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren McFall of Scotch Plains, was married on Saturday, September 4, to Michael Isaacman of Cranford. He is the son of Mrs. Susan Schuller of Cranford and Donald Isaacman of Far Hills.

The ceremony and reception took place at the Olde Mill Inn in Basking Ridge, with the bride given in marriage by her father. Rabbi Alfred Landsberg and the Reverend Marie Edwards officiated at the nuptials.

Mrs. Terry Keller of Scotch Plains, the sister of the bride, was the matron of honor.

Brian Asch of Cranford, the brother of the bridegroom, served as the best man.

The bride, who graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, is employed as a pharmacist with CVS Pharmacy in Westfield.

The bridegroom, who also received his Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Rhode Island, majored in marketing. He is employed as a sales account executive at Info Technologies, Inc.

Following a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple reside in Westfield.


(She is the former Miss Angela Marie Mericle)

Miss Angela M. Mericle Marries Paul D. Newman

Miss Angela Marie Mericle of New York City, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Mericle of Gig Harbor, Wash., was married on Saturday, October 2, to Paul Douglas Newman, also of New York City. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Jacobs of Mountain Lakes, formerly of Westfield, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Mark Newman of Lake Tahoe, Nev. and Del Mar, Calif.

Rabbi Charles Agin performed the ceremony at The Union League Club in New York City, which was immediately followed by a reception at the same location. The bride carried a bouquet of roses and hydrangea in fall colors.

Ms. Tami Schaefer of Gig Harbor, the sister of the bride, served as the matron of honor. The bridal attendants included Ms. Denise Newman of Petaluma, Calif., the sister of the bridegroom; Ms. Beckey Phillips of Dallas, Tex. and Ms. Karlyn Joynes of Seattle, Wash. Miss Whitney Schaefer and Miss Chelsea Schaefer, both nieces of the bride from Gig Harbor, were the flower girls.

The matron of honor and bridal attendants carried bouquets of roses and hydrangea in fall colors.

Darryl Newman of Washington, D. C., the brother of the bridegroom, was the best man. Serving as ushers were

Michael Fitzsimmons of San Francisco and Marcus Duron and John Nicholas, both of New York City.

A graduate of Washington State University in Pullman, Wash., the bride is employed as the Director of Sales for Archer Management Services of New York City.

The bridegroom attended Fairleigh Dickinson University in Rutherford and is employed at Knight Trimark Securities of Jersey City as the Senior Bank Trader.

Following a wedding trip to Bali and Thailand, the couple reside in New York City.

YohalemPolsky Family Welcomes

Daughter, Maya

Eve Yohalem and Nicholas Polsky of New York City have announced the birth of their daughter, Maya Yohalem Polsky, on Wednesday, November 10.

She joins her brother, Joseph Yohalem Polsky, age 2.

The mother is a graduate of Westfield High School. Maya’s maternal grandparents are Louise and Nat Yohalem of Westfield.

Her paternal grandparents are Cynthia and Leon Polsky of New York City.

The baby’s maternal greatgrandfather is Samuel Nestanpower of Boca Raton, Fla.

Her paternal greatgrandmother is Mary Yohalem of New York.

Maya is named for her greatgrandmother, the late Marion Nestanpower.

Koslowskys Welcome Sophie Taylor

Amy and Jay Koslowsky of New York City, formerly of Westfield, have announced the birth of their daughter, Sophie Taylor Koslowsky, on Saturday, November 13, at 3: 01 p. m. at New York Hospital.

Sophie weighed 6 pounds and 1 ounce and measured 20 inches in length at birth.

The baby’s maternal grandparents are Lois and Charles Schwartz of Staten Island.

Her paternal grandparents are Susan and Seymour Koslowsky of Westfield.

Interfaith Singles Slate Sunday Meeting Dates

WESTFIELD — Interfaith Singles, a support group for single adults over age 45, holds weekly discussions on successful single living at the First Baptist Church, 170 Elm Street in Westfield. Continental breakfast is available for a $2 donation.

Meetings will be held this month on Sundays, December 19 and 26, from 9 to 10: 30 a. m. For further information, please call (908) 8895269 or (908) 8894751.

‘Toy Story’ Ice Show Bus Trip Scheduled

SCOTCH PLAINS — The Scotch Plains Recreation Commission will offer a trip to the Meadowlands on Sunday, January 30, for the 3: 30 p. m. performance of Disney’s “Toy Story” on ice.

The cost, which includes the show ticket and transportation, is $27 per person. The bus will return promptly to Scotch Plains after the show.

Registration will commence on Monday, December 20, in the Recreation Office, Room No. 113, Scotch Plains Municipal Building, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains, 07076.

Westfield Rotarians Welcome District Governor at Luncheon HONORED GUEST… Westfield Rotarians were honored to have this year’s

District Governor, Kenneth G. Tillman, visit the Rotary Club of Westfield during its December 7 regular luncheon meeting at the Westfield Y. Pictured, left to right, are: Assistant District Governor Marsha Caldron of the Rotary Club of Mountainside, Mr. Tillman and President of the Westfield Rotary Club, Dr. William B. Bonsall.

WESTFIELD — Westfield Rotarians were recently treated to a visit by this year’s District Governor, Kenneth G. Tillman, during the club’s regular luncheon meeting December 7 at the Westfield Y.

Mr. Tillman attended a meeting of the club’s Board of Directors before

the regular club meeting. Club President, Dr. William B. Bonsall, presented the club’s plans for the year 19992000 and gave status reports on the various activities of the club in the local community and abroad.

Mr. Tillman spoke to club members after lunch, telling them he is very impressed with the successful activities carried out by the Westfield club under Mr. Bonsall’s leadership.

He said Rotarians make a difference in the world, for example, through a group study exchange program this year between young men and women from the local district and a district in Brazil.

The District Governor also alluded to the participation of Rotary International in the eradication of poliomylitis worldwide through the Polio Plus Program.

Mr. Tillman called on Westfield Rotarians to adhere to this year’s Rotary theme, “Rotary 2000: Act with Consistency, Credibility, Continuity.”

He closed by challenging his audience to be active in the ranks of Rotarians who are making a difference.

Y Workshop Planned On How to Create Photo Scrapbooks

WESTFIELD – The Westfield Y will offer a workshop in January called “Creating Memories,” which will instruct participants on how to organize and preserve photographs and memorabilia through creation of photo scrapbooks.

The workshop will be held on four Saturdays, January 15 and 22 and February 5 and 12, from 10 to 11: 30 a. m. The fee for the series is $60 per person for Westfield Y members and $80 for nonmembers. All materials will be included, except for photographs and memorabilia.

Registration for both current and new members is now underway. The Y is located at 220 Clark Street in Westfield. For more information, please call Karen Simon at (908) 2332700.

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