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A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains - Fanwood Thursday, March 11, 1999 Page 17

CYAN YELLOW MAGENTA BLACK

Scotch Plains 40+ Masters Basketball League Results:

FEBRUARY 25: Scotch Plains Renegades 60, DeFence 45

International Realty 45, Mercedes/ Morristown 44

MARCH 2: Merrill Lynch 56, International Realty 34

Scotch Plains Renegades 75, Mercedes/Morristown 43

Warren Warriors 44, Big Sky Bread Company 42

STANDINGS:

TEAM W-L Percentage Sc Pl. Renegades 5-0 1.000 Merrill Lynch 3-1 .750 De-Fence 2-2 .500 Warren Warriors 2-2 .500 Mercedes/Mtown 2-3 .400 Int’l Realty 1-3 .250 Big Sky Bread Co. 0-4 .000

In a double header at Scotch PlainsFanwood High School on March 25, the extreme competitiveness of this year’s league play was highly evident, as the teams challenged each other all night on the court.

The Renegades remained undefeated, pulling away from the De-fence squad to register their fourth win, behind a strong effort on the boards by Charles

Turner and Greg Smith. A two-point halftime lead grew in the second half as the winners received balanced scoring from the guards, especially Bill McLoughlin. De-Fence was paced by Westfield’s Spud Monroe and Sean Murray.

In the second game, equally spirited, the tall International Realty squad, led by 6’8” Brian Hill, hit their foul shots at the end of a squeaker, and pulled away from Mercedes of Morristown.

In games on March 2, at Terrill, Merrill Lynch easily defeated International realty, 56-34. Rich Conrad led the victors’ balanced scoring with 13, prompting one observer to call him “the best in the league.” The Renegades put on another explosive display, crushing Mercedes by 32 points. Four doublefigures scorers for the Renegades were Jeff Cove, with 16, Steve Shepard 15, Charles Turner 14 and big Greg Smith with 10.

In the finale, a competitive effort by Big Sky brought the new entry close to a victory, but two points shy. Warren pulled away from a ball game that was close throughout, with a daring drive down the lane by Jerrold Zeitels for a hoop with only 25 seconds left, which ultimately was the difference. Big Greg Carney led the Warriors with 13.

Little Devil Matmen Finish Season With a Split

The Little Devil matmen completed their 1998-99 season with a 54-28 win over Flemington and a 56-24 loss to Delaware Valley. The team finished strong, winning three of their last four matches.

In the Flemington match, the Little Devils started out slowly. Dropping the first two matches, Colin McKay ignited a bonfire that would spark the team’s rally. After falling behind 10-0, McKay turned the tide by locking a reverse cradle onto his opponent and pinning him in the last two seconds of the third period.

After that big boost in morale, Sam Kramer got an 8-0 decision in the 70lbs. class, Nick DelPopolo registered a 6-0 decision in the 73-lbs. class, Matt Leonard got a forfeit in the 77-lbs. class, and Craig Hewit got a pin in 1:33 seconds in the 80-lbs match. Mike McCrea, Joey Corea, Tommy DelDuca, Steve Morrison and Joe Kania all re

ceived forfeits in their matches. Coach Al Rabinowitz credits Colin McKay’s “never give up” victory as the key to change of momentum and team attitude. “Although down by 10 points, Colin kept his composure and stayed on the offense. He never quit!”

The season finale, a match with Delaware Valley, brought different results. The Little Devils were not able to field a full team due to the flu bug. Winners in Delaware Valley included Colin McKay, Sam Kramer, Nick DelPopolo, Craig Hewit and Joey Corea. The Little Devils finished the season with a 4–10 record.

Westfield Baseball Major and Pony

League Tryouts

Tryouts for the Major and Pony Leagues will be held on Saturday, March 20 and 27 at Tamaques Park Field No. 1. The tryouts are for all interested players ages 10 through 16 who have registered, as well as for players who have not yet registered.

In case of inclement weather, the tryouts will be held at Roosevelt Middle School. Any questions about the tryouts or the Majors, please call the WBL message center (908) 2334767 or Bob Hearon (908) 7898827.

The tryout times for Majors:

Age Last Name Time

11 A-L 8:30-10:00 11 M-Z 9:30-11:00 12 All 10:30-12:00 10 All 11:30-12:00

Tryouts for the Ponys:

Age Last Name Time

13-14 All Players 9:00-10:30 15-16 All Players 10:30-12:00

PUBLIC NOTICE

TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS INVITATION TO BID

Invitations are extended to qualified Bidders to bid for the following project:

LINE STRIPING/ PAVEMENT MARKINGS

Bid will be accepted only by mail or in person to the Office of the Township Clerk, Scotch Plains Municipal Building, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076 (Attn.: Barbara Riepe, Township Clerk) until April 6, 1999 at 10:00 a.m. The Township of Scotch Plains (hereinafter “Township”) shall not be responsible for any bid mailed which is lost in transit or delivered late by the Postal Service. At the above time, the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. All bids must be presented in sealed envelopes which are clearly marked “Bid for Line Striping/ Pavement Markings, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076”. No bid will be received after the time and date specified.

After receipt of bids, no bid may be withdrawn within sixty (60) days after the date of the bid opening except if provided for herein. The bid of any bidder who consents to an extension may be held for consideration for a longer period of time as may be agreed upon between bidder and the Township.

All bids must be on the bid forms provided by the Township of Scotch Plains in the bid package. Specifications and bid forms may be obtained from the Office of the Director of Public Property, 2445 Plainfield Avenue, Scotch Plains, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Bid proposals and all required documents must be completed and submitted by the date as set forth above. All documents in the enclosed bid package must accompany the bid proposal.

In addition to the above documents, a certified check, cashier’s check or bid bond issued by a responsible bank, trust company or insurance company, payable to the Township of Scotch Plains shall be submitted with each bid as a guaranty that if a contract is awarded the bidder shall execute said contract. The bid security shall be in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the total amount of the bid or Twenty-Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00), whichever is lower.

All bid security, except the bid security of the three (3) apparent lowest responsible bidders shall, if requested in writing, be returned after ten (10) days from the opening of the bids (Sundays an holiday excepted) and the bids of such bidders shall be considered withdrawn.

The Township reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and to waive immaterial informalities, or to accept any bid which, in the opinion of the Township of Scotch Plains, will be in the best interest of the Township all in accordance with the New Jersey Local Public Contracts Law N.J.S.A. 40A:11-1 et seq. In the event of an equal or tie bid, the Township shall award the bid to the Bidder which, in the Township’s sole discretion, best serves the interest of the Township.

The Township also reserves the right to reject any and all bids if sufficient funds are not available and/or appropriated.

The selected bidder, will, within seven (7) days of award of the bid, enter into an appropriate contract with the Township.

All bidders must comply with P.L. 1975, Chapter 127, entitled “An Act Relating to Affirmative Action in Relation to Discrimination in Connection with Certain Public Contracts and Supplementing the ‘Law Against Discrimination’ approved April 16, 1945 (P.L. 1945, Chapter 169)”, N.J.A.C. 17:27, as amended from time to time, and the Americans with Disability Act.

Where applicable, prevailing wage rate shall be paid to all workers on the job as per N.J.A.C. 34:11-56, 25 et seq.

BY ORDER OF THE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS OF THE COUNTY OF UNION, STATE OF NEW JERSEY.

WALTER F. DINIZO DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROPERTY

BARBARA RIEPE TOWNSHIP CLERK 1 T – 3/11/99, The Times Fee: $80.58

PUBLIC NOTICE

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL

Take notice that application has been made to Mayor and Council of the Town of Westfield, 425 East Broad Street, Westfield, New Jersey 07090, to transfer to 109 North Avenue, L.L.C., 901 Fox Hill Lane, Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076, the Plenary Retail Consumption License Number 2020-33-015-006 heretofore issued to Wyckoff Steak House, Inc., trading as Wyckoff’s for the premises located at 109 North Avenue, Westfield, New Jersey 07090, to be held as an inactive license. The person who will hold an interest in this license is: 109 North Avenue, L.L.C., whose sole members are Edward J. Welsh and Richard Addeo.

109 North Avenue, L.L.C. Arthur P. Attenasio, Esq.

BIVONA, COHEN 15 Mountain Boulevard Warren, New Jersey 07059

(908) 757-7800, Ext. 154 Attorneys for Applicant 2 T – 3/11 & 3/18/99 Fee: $43.86

PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE

TOWN OF WESTFIELD

Public Notice is hereby given that an ordinance of which the following is a copy was introduced, read and passed on first reading by the Council of the Town of Westfield at a meeting held March 9, 1999, and that the said Council will further consider the same for final passage on the 23rd day of March, 1999, at 8:00 p.m., in the Council Chamber, Municipal Building, 425 East Broad Street, Westfield, New Jersey, at which time and place any person who may be interested therein will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning said ordinance.

Joy C. Vreeland Town Clerk

GENERAL ORDINANCE NO.

Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Council of the Town of Westfield, County of Union, and State of New Jersey, as follows:

SECTION 1.

Short Title An ordinance banning the use of government buildings and government equipment for political fundraising.

SECTION 2.

Purpose

WHEREAS, our laws in New Jersey do not presently ban solicitation or acceptance of contributions by public office holders and employees while on public property or by use of public facilities; and

WHEREAS, a conflict may arise between the business of political fundraising and the business of government in town hall and other government owned premises, and this may cause a distraction from the People’s business; and

WHEREAS, the most appropriate method to prevent this conflict and to insure the integrity of government decisions is the prohibition of political fundraising on or by use of public property;

THEREFORE, it is accordingly found and determined that the paramount public interest in a clean and accountable government requires the prohibition of political fundraising on public property or by use of public facilities.

SECTION 3.

Definitions. A. Candidate — Any individual seeking

election to a public office of the federal government, state, county, municipality, school district or political organization at an election. B. Contribution — Includes all loans and

transfers of money or other thing of value to or by any candidate, elected official or political organization and all pledges or other commitments or assumptions of liability to make any such transfer. Contributions shall be deemed to have been made upon the date when such commitment is made or liability assumed. C. Political Organization — Means any

two or more persons acting jointly, or any corporation, partnership or any other incorporated or unincorporated association which is organized to, or does, aid or promote the nomination, election or defeat of any candidate or candidates for federal, state, county, municipal or school board office. “Political organization” includes, but is not limited to, organizations otherwise defined as “political committee,” “joint candidates committee,” and “legislative leadership committee.” D. Municipality — This municipality and

any officer, department, board, commission, or agency thereof. E. Municipal official, employee and ap

pointee — Any person holding elective municipal office or holding an appointed position in the municipal government, or in any agency, commission, board, or office thereof, whether the position is full time or part time, compensated or uncompensated; and any employee of municipal government or in any agency, commission, board, or office thereof, whether the position is full time or

part time. F. Solicit — To seek by oral or written

communication a Contribution as same is defined herein. G. Property of the Municipality — Build

ings, land, vehicles, phones, fax machines, postage machines, computers or other office equipment or supplies and other real estate or personal property owned, leased or controlled by the municipality, except for public roads (including sidewalks) and open park land. H. Municipal Letterhead — Any letter

head of the Town of Westfield or any of its departments and officials.

SECTION 4.

General Regulations. A. Prohibition Against Soliciting or Ac

cepting Political Contributions on Public Property. 1. No municipal official, employee or

appointee may solicit, commit to pay, or receive payment of or a commitment to pay any contribution for any candidate, elected official or political organization while in or on the Property of the Municipality or utilizing the Property of the Municipality. B. Prohibited Forms of Fundraising.

1. Prohibited forms of fundraising shall include, but are not limited to: a. Soliciting or accepting contri

butions using municipal telephones, fax machines, postage machines or computers. b. Soliciting or accepting contri

butions using personal telephones while on the Property of the Municipality. c. Soliciting or accepting contri

butions through the use of publicly-owned computers or privately-owned personal computers while on the Property of the Municipality. d. Using Municipal Letterhead to

solicit or accept contributions. e. Sending correspondence using

Municipal Letterhead or using any Property of the Municipality which solicits contributions. f. Face-to-face soliciting of an in

dividual or an owner or representative of a business entity while on the Property of the Municipality. g. Use of automobiles owned or

leased by the municipality to accept or solicit contributions.

C. Reporting Requirements: It shall be the responsibility of any employee, appointed, or elected official observes any prohibited forms of fundraising to report such conduct to the municipal ethics board, if one exists, or in the alternative, to the municipal prosecutor and the municipal clerk who shall report same to the governing body.

D. Whistleblower Provision: It shall be unlawful for any employee, elected official or appointee to be dismissed, reprimanded, retaliated against or otherwise intimidated for complying with the reporting requirements mandated by this ordinance. E. Violation: Violation of any provision of

this ordinance shall be punished by a period of community service not exceeding 90 days or imprisonment in the county jail for a term not exceeding 90 days or a fine not exceeding $1,000.

SECTION 5:

Severability and Effectiveness Clause. A. If any section of this ordinance is held

to be void or invalid, it shall be severed and the other sections of the ordinance remain in force. B. This ordinance shall take effect im

mediately upon final passage, approval and publication as required by law. 1 T – 3/11/99, The Leader Fee: $155.04

PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE

SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION UNION COUNTY DOCKET NO. 2678-99

NOTICE TO ABSENT DEFENDANTS STATE OF NEW JERSEY TO: GEORGE J. SOUED AND MRS. GEORGE J. SOUED, HIS WIFE; WALSH SECURITIES, INC.; REPUBLIC

CONSUMER LENDING GROUP, INC.; FRANKLIN STATE BANK; GEORGE P.

DAUZIER, M.D.; WESTERN TEMPORARY SERVICES, INC.; AIRPORT LIMOUSINE SERVICES INC.; ISSA A.

LEHAF, M.D., P.A. YOU ARE HEREBY summoned and required to serve upon ALLOCCA & PELLEGRINO, P.C., Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose address is 4 Century Drive, Parsippany, New Jersey 07054, an Answer to the Complaint and Amendments to Complaint (if any) filed in a Civil Action in which FUNB Cust. for D.H. Assoc. is plaintiff and George J. Soued, et. als., are defendants, pending in the Superior Court of New Jersey, within 35 days after March 11, 1999, exclusive of such date.

If you fail to do so, Judgment by Default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint.

You shall file your Answer and Proof of Service in duplicate with the Clerk of the Superior Court, Hughes Justice Complex, CN-971, Trenton, New Jersey 08625, in accordance with the Rules of Civil Practice and Procedure.

You are further advised that if you are unable to obtain an attorney you may communicate with the Lawyer Referral Service of the county of venue and that if you cannot afford an attorney, you may communicate with the Legal Services Office of the county of venue.

The names and telephone numbers of such agencies are as follows:

Lawyer Referral Service: 908-353-4715 Legal Service: 908-354-4340 THE ACTION has been instituted for the purpose of foreclosing the following tax sale certificate(s):

1. A certain tax certificate 95-003, recorded on May 9, 1995, made by Sally A. Di Rini, C.T.C., Collector of Taxes of City of Plainfield, and State of New Jersey to City of Plianfield and subsequently assigned to plaintiff, FUNB Cust. for D.H. Assoc. This covers real estate located in the City of Plainfield, County of Union, and State of New Jersey, known as 944-56 Oakwood Place, Block No. 3, Lot No. 4, as shown on the Tax Assessment Map and Tax Map duplicate of City of Plainfield YOU, George J. Soued are made a defendant because you are the owner of the property which is the subject of the above entitled action.

YOU, Mrs. George J. Soued, are made a defendant in the above entitled action because plaintiff has been unable to determine whether defendant George J. Soued is married, and if married, the name of George J. Soued’s spouse. If George J. Soued is married, the plaintiff joins Mrs. George J.

Soued as a defendant for any possessory or marital rights you may have.

YOU, Walsh Securities, Inc. are made a defendant in the above entitled action because on March 12, 1997, Walsh Securities, Inc. recorded a Mortgage against John H. G. Rogers, Jr. and Nancy Voss Rogers, husband and wife for a debt of $375,000.00, in Book 6194, Page 139, in the Union County Clerk’s/Register’s Office. This constitutes a subordinate lien on the subject property.

YOU, Republic Consumer Lending Group, Inc., are made a defendant in the above entitled action because on May 19, 1998, Republic Consumer Lending Group, Inc. recorded a Mortgage against George J. Soued for a debt of $520,000.00, in Book 6682, Page 350 in the Union County Clerk’s/ Register’s Office. This constitutes a subordinate lien on the subject property.

YOU, Franklin State Bank, are made a defendant in the above entitled action because on November 10, 1982 the defendant(s), Franklin State Bank, entered a Judgment against John Rogers and Kim Rogers A/K/A Kimberly Rogers for a debt of $2,223.34, plus costs and interest in the Superior Court of New Jersey, under Docket No. DJ-008308-82. This constitutes a subordinate lien on the subject property.

YOU, George P. Dauzier, M.D.; are made a defendant in the above entitled action because on May 11, 1983, the defendant(s), George P. Dauzier, M.D., entered a Judgment against John Rogers for a debt of $600.00, plus costs and interest in the Superior Court of New Jersey, under Docket No. DJ-020806-83. This constitutes a subordinate lien on the subject property.

YOU, Western Temporary Services, Inc. are made a defendant in the above entitled action because on May 11, 1983, the defendant(s), George P. Dauzier, M.D., entered a Judgment against John Rogers for a debt of $600.00, plus costs and interest in the Superior Court of New Jersey, under Docket No. DJ-020806-83. This constitutes a subordinate lien on the subject property.

YOU, Airport Limousine Services Inc., are made a defendant in the above entitled action because on October 26, 1984, the defendant(s), Airport Limousine Services, Inc., entered a Judgment against John Rogers, Timothy P. Rogers i/t/a Lincoln Tour Group for a debt of $979.20, plus costs and interest in the Superior Court of New Jersey, under Docket No. DJ-041718-84. This constitutes a subordinate lien on the subject property.

YOU, Issa A. Lehaf, M.D., P.A., are made a defendant in the above entitled action because on March 17, 1986, the defendant(s), Issa A. Lehaf, M.D., P.A., entered a Judgment against John Rogers and Kim Rogers for a debt of $257.76, plus costs and interest in the Superior Court of New Jersey, under Docket No. DJ-01465386. This constitutes a subordinate lien on the subject property.

DONALD F. PHELAN CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT

OF NEW JERSEY ALLOCCA & PELLEGRINO 4 Century Drive Parsippany, New Jersey 07054 1 T – 3/11/99, The Leader Fee: $122.91

David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times

NEARLY A CARBON COPY…Raider Tony Melendez has Pat Hu of Parsippany in a leg ride during the quarterfinals of the Region 3 tournament. Melendez, who won this bout, 8-4, had beaten Hu, 7-3, just two weeks before in a nearly carbon copy bout.

PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE

TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS RESOLUTION EXPLANATION: THIS RESOLUTION AUTHORIZES THE ENTRY INTO A CONTRACT WITH NUI ENERGY SOLUTIONS, INC. THROUGH THE UNION COUNTY COOPERATIVE ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM.

WHEREAS, there exists a need for professional services to provide a comprehensive energy management program designed to deliver substantial immediate and long term energy cost savings to the Township of Scotch Plains through energy conservation projects and participation in competitive bidding of aggregate energy requirements of those participating in competitive pricing (shared savings); and

WHEREAS, NUI Energy Solutions, Inc., One Elizabethtown Plaza, P.O. Box 3175, Union, New Jersey 07083 has agreed to provide necessary services to the Township of Scotch Plains as those outlined in the documents entitled “Union County Cooperative Energy Management Program” submitted by NUI Energy Solutions, Inc.; and

WHEREAS, it is estimated that the Township can realize substantial energy costs savings; and

WHEREAS, it is vital that the program should immediately take full advantage of natural gas and electricity deregulation which is currently at hand; and

WHEREAS, the Local Public Contracts Law requires that a Resolution authorizing the awarding of a contract for professional services “without competitive bidding” must be passed by the governing body and shall be advertised and be available for inspection by members of the public; and

WHEREAS, this contract is awarded without competitive bidding as a “Professional Service” in accordance with 40A:11-5(1)(a) of the Local Public Contracts Law because the services to be provided are engineering services furnished by licensed professional

engineers and experts in related components; and

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED

by the Scotch Plains Township Council that NUI Energy Solutions, Inc., is hereby awarded a contract to provide the necessary services as outlined in the Union County Cooperative Energy Management Program for a period commencing April 1, 1999 and terminating March 31, 2000; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the award of such contract is expressly subject to the negotiations of a formal contract between the parties which shall be fully acceptable to the Township Attorney and the Scotch Plains Township Council; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that said contract shall incorporate the potential gross savings to the Township over the lifetime of the contract from the deregulated procurement and competitive acquisition of natural gas and electric commodities, and the management fees charged by NUI Energy Solutions, Inc.; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the passage of this Resolution and entering into a subsequent contract shall in no way prevent the Township Council of Scotch Plains from rescinding this Resolution if it turns out that greater benefits to the Township and its citizens could be realized from another alternative under the recently passed natural gas and energy deregulation law;

Certification and availability of funds for this service is subject to final adoption and passage of the 1999 Municipal Budget.

A copy of this Resolution shall be published in The Times as required by law within ten (10) days of its passage.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the persons whose names, titles and signature appear below are authorized to sign and submit such an application together with any other documents necessary in connection therewith.

Barbara Riepe Township Clerk 1 T – 3/11/99, The Times Fee: $80.07

SP-F High School Announces Second Period Honor Roll

Two hundred fifty-six students have been named to the second marking period Honor Roll at Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School.

Nine freshmen, or 3.26 percent of the 276-member class, were named to the High Honor Roll, which requires straight “A’s” if the student is taking four or five subjects, or at least five “A’s” and a maximum of one “B.”

Forty students, or 14.49 percent of the class, made the Honor Roll, which requires no mark less than a “B” and at least three “A’s.”

Among sophomores, 17 students, or 6.27 percent of the 271-member class, achieved High Honor Roll status. Fiftythree students, or 15.56 percent of the class, were named to the Honor Roll.

Twenty-two juniors, or 8.98 percent of the 245-member class, achieved High Honor Roll status. Fifty juniors, or 20.41 percent of the class, were named to the Honor Roll.

Thirteen seniors, or 5.22 percent of the 249-member class, were named to the High Honor Roll. Fifty-two seniors, or 20.88 percent of the class, achieved Honor Roll status.

FRESHMEN HIGH HONOR ROLL Adam D. Bendik Sonia Dutta Joanna E. Cichon William C. Gonch Matthew J. Deegan Brian W. Kaplun Matthew Denichilo Caitlin Mahony

Karen A. McCourt FRESHMEN HONOR ROLL Jennifer M. Alonzo Michael T. O’Neil Carolyn E. Barnett Sharon R. Opila David E. Baumwoll Jennifer L. Ordelt J. Raymond Bover Matthew T. Ortyl Erin L. Breznitsky Magdalene Q. Pepe Regina M. Cappio Christine V. Perrotta Patrick W. Carroll Bretton B. Pocorobba Jay W. Cordes Anthony V. Porter Allison H. DeMaio Kerri L. Quinn Lauren R. DeMartino Brian T. Raszka Jaclyn M. Fiorino Rennuel B. Razal Lucas A. Francavilla Emily F. Rodino Latasha L. Gray Matthew J. Ruggieri Jessica Green Timothy W. Ryan Jennifer L. Harrison Lana S. Sacks Michael J. Hughes Amy B. Schwartz Alaina B. Ingram Stephen Swenson Daniel S. Nelson Catherine A. Trombley Kristy S. Novak Alfred H. Twu Laura O’Neil Robert O. Wallden, 3rd

SOPHOMORE HIGH HONOR ROLL Jennifer L. Bassman Katherine M. O’Connor Robert E. Bugg Shivani M. Parmar Andrea R. Cristiani Anne C. Percoco Lindsey S. Davis Adam J. Powers Andrew R. Elko Eric M. Pugia Donald S. Loberfeld Nina Sado Catherine T. Mangan Jennifer E. Seto Shannon M. McEneely Ilana Weinberg

Alison R. Wilks SOPHOMORE HONOR ROLL Christina M. Albizati Eric S. Konzelman Brittany A. Bellizeare Christin Kurz Jennifer S. Bezrutczyk David S. Larkin Anthony L. Blasi Yunilay Lio Brett S. Bushinger Jessica M. Lobrace Eryn Bushinger Sara M. Magnola Conrad Cho Sheila Y. Marikar James H. Cooper Brian K. Maroney Jennifer A. Curren James W. McClintock Kathleen D. DeLuca Matthew J. Metzger Jamie S. Dougher Jessica Park Michael E. Franzone Alicia D. Piniat Christopher S. Gawryluk Jeffrey S. Reichman Douglas W. Gillie Ruth E. Rohrer Najwa A. Glover Alyssa J. Sams Elizabeth A. Grausso Matthew A. Schimming Gail P. Hannigan Christopher J. Sensor Amanda B. Heffler Amit K. Shoor Michael J. Heller Christopher Silva Jessica L. Hensal Kristen L. Simberg Emma K. Hiatt Michael J. Stanley Carolyn M. Keeton Jennifer R. Stearns Erin F. Kelly Martin J. Street Jessica A. Kenderdine Justin T. Viglianti Susanna Klassel Kathryn E. Warchol Kenneth I. Kocses Erin A. Watson

Alexander M. Zajac JUNIOR

HIGH HONOR ROLL Brigitte C. Argueta Michael Loewinger Jessica B. Biegelson Julie A. Lowen Justin F. Brodersen Tracy A. Macalintal Ankur G. Dalal Marisa J. Melendez Kevin Grinberg Timothy S. Pai Jay Harris Amanda Rice Christopher Hartelius Justin T. Ross Nathaniel B. Jones Rebecca A. Silver Jacqueline A. Klock Sarah B. Vilim James R. L’Heureux Elizabeth M. Weiler David Loewinger Jessica Wietsma

JUNIOR HONOR ROLL Nanna Asgeirsdottir Travis Kipping Sara M. Baer Ryan P. Kramer Melissa J. Benski Shawn M. Lafkowitz Steven D. Berkowitz Daniel J. Loomis Meryl L. Bezrutczyk Charles Mathews Cara L. Bristol Richard J. Milligan Kelvin C. Brooks Mary Milonnet Claire E. Cappio Amy L. Mitchell Kelli P. Church Allyson B. Novorro Martin M. Cichon Marla G. Pachler Veronica C. Cruz Sergio J. Pereira Monique A. Davis Carolyn E. Pilkington Diana L. Filo Erin Quale Adam J. Fineman Russell G. Rabadeau Rachel Fisher Raymond J. Raszka Rebecca J. Garcia Dara Reeves Robert J. Giordano Charles S. Rowe Daniel A. Goehry Sophia Salman Matthew H. Goldenberg Jaclyn K. Sanders Joshua S. Hamerman Jillian L. Saridaki Sharon A. Hughes Jennifer S. Savage Daniel L. Jimenez Colleen E. Sellers Chitra M. Kalyanaraman Debra L. Slaugh James Kao Victoria E. Smith Iris M. Kim Shalice T. Toney

SENIOR HIGH HONOR ROLL Falon E. Becker Matthew S. Granda Lauren L. Blalock Gerald P. Kavinski Allison E. Breidenstein David S. Lasus Jessica L. Choynake Kathryn L. Lies Celeste J. Coleman Jason T. Meehan Elise V. Daniledes Tomasz J. Sado

Ruyun-Lucy Zhao SENIOR HONOR ROLL Joana L. Alonzo Robert Leichner Joseph J. Ascolese Adam R. Levoy Jeffrey A. Bloch Andrea D. Liss Peter Boright Jennifer E. Maiurro Christine M. Brock Jeannie McCoy David Budd Diana Mendez Valerie J. Budzinski Jessica N. Miller Stacy Bushinger Lauryn J. Nanni Allison B. Campell Erin L. Paruta Melissa J. Canniff Adena Plesmid Bridgette Carter Tamoya M. Rose Erin E. Cassidy Chantal M. Roshetar Nicholas V. Cvetovich Lauren E. Schwartz Nicole M. Dietlmeier Eveline Spahr Dana M. Dixon Niel D. Stender Evan M. Dornbush Jennifer L. Stewart Elizabeth S. Drown Eileen A. Sweeney Dominick J. Fontana Rachel Teutonico Daniel S. Harrison Susan L. Tiedemann Stacey L. Heppt Paul M. Valenzano Celeste Huggins Jan M. Weiner Mariya Koroleva Dorothy White Amanda C. Koscielecki Kari A. Whitley Katherine L. L’Heureux Matthew S. Wilks Jacob Laksin Alyssa M. Yetka Eun Jin Lee Matthew Zullo

RACE TO WIN…Chanelle Price, a third-grade student at Evergreen Elementary School in Scotch Plains, is congratulated by Dr. Beverlee Kaminetsky, Principal, following her achievement at the recent Colgate Women’s Games XXV at Madison Square Garden. The youngster received a trophy for her fourth-place win in the Elementary A Division 400-meter Dash. Chanelle is a member of the Jaguars, a local track team for children ages 8 to 16.

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