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Page 6 Thursday, September 30, 1999 The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains – Fanwood A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION

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MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM STOVER WILLIAMS

(She is the former Miss Wendy Jeanne Fisher)

Miss Wendy J. Fisher Weds William Williams Miss Wendy Jeanne Fisher, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Inman of Hillsboro, Ore., was mar ried on Saturday, September 18, to William Stover Williams. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander S. Williams of Westfield.

The afternoonceremonytookplace at The Presbyterian Church in Westfield, with the Reverend Dr. William Ross Forbes officiating. A reception was held at Echo Lake Country Club in Westfield.

Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a pale ivory, Aline matte satin gown with pearls, Viennese lace and a matching veil. Shecarrieda bouquetofhybridwhite lilies, Eskimo and Bianca roses, Ger bera daisies, freesia and white hy drangea.

Miss Angela Martin of Bellevue, Wash. was the maid of honor. The bridal attendants included Mrs. Jo seph Cutrefello of Florence, S. C., MissStacie CurtisofBoontonTown ship, Miss Stacey Inman of Portland, Ore. and Miss Joelle Brummett of Bend, Ore. Miss Caroline Winslow of Wilton, Conn., the niece of the bridegroom, was the flower girl.

The maid of honor and bridal attendants each wore a hunter green gown with a velvet bodice and a satin skirt overlaid with organdy. They carried bouquets of Holland lilies, Gerbera daisies, hydrangea and freesia.

Eugene K. Sautner, Jr. of Cranford was the best man. Serving as ushers

wereBrian LeWandofScotchPlains, William MooreofWestfield,Damien Robertson of Mount Pleasant, S. C., Michael Sautner of Branchburg, Steve Shepherd of Bloomfield and Edward J. Winslow, Jr. of Wilton, Conn. Jordy Winslow, also of Wilton and the nephew of the bridegroom, was the ring bearer.

Readings were done by Mrs. Rob ert McHale of Berkeley Heights and Mrs. Edward J. Winslow, Jr. of Wilton.

Analumna ofGlencoeHighSchool inHillsboro,thebride isalsoagradu ate of the Katharine Gibbs School in Montclair.

The bridegroom, a Westfield High Schoolgraduate, servedforfouryears in the United States Navy. He is employed as a master plumber with Scott Seib Plumbing and Heating in Westfield.

A luncheon shower was hosted by Mrs. Harold Thomson, Mrs. George Weimer and Mrs. Jeffrey Hamilton at Mrs. Hamilton’s home. A lun cheon was also given for the couple by Mrs. Wilson Archer and Mrs. William Hoffman at Mrs. Hoffman’s home.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Derrey held a cocktail party in the couple’s honor at their home. In addition, Mrs. John Hogan, Mrs. George Lewis, Mrs. Ann Hoover Wood and Mrs. Edmund Faltermayer hosted a brunch for outoftown guests at the home of Mrs. Faltermayer.

The couple reside in Cranford.

MR. AND MRS. NICHOLAS C. SAROS

(She is the former Miss Cathleen M. McBurney)

Miss Cathleen McBurney Marries Nicholas Saros

Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Wyckoff was the setting on Saturday, May 29, for the wedding of Dr. Cathleen Mary McBurney of Easton, Mass.,toNicholasConstantine Saros of Ramsey.

The Reverend James C. Moulketis officiatedat theafternoonnuptials,with the Reverend Richard G. Creadick as sisting.

The bride is the daughter of former Rhode Island State Senator and Mrs. John Francis McBurney, Jr. of Pawtucket, R. I., and the sister of State Senator John Francis McBurney, 3rd, of the 38th Senatorial District in Pawtucket. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Peter Saros of Scotch Plains.

Ms. Cristine Lynn McBurney, the sister of the bride, and Dean Constantine Saros, the brother of the bridegroom, served as honor atten dants.

The bridalattendantsincludedMrs. Kathleen Martha McBurney, the sis terinlawofthe bride,andMrs.Donna Marie Fournier. The flower girls were Miss Jennifer James, Miss Ellen McBurney and Miss MacKenzie McBurney, all nieces of the bride.

The groomsmen were Michael Jo seph McBurney, the brother of the

bride, and Michael Joseph Marra, Jr. Given in marriage by her father, the bride is a family practice physician withHealthnet MedicalGroup,adivi sion of the Valley Health System and Valley Hospital in Ridgewood.

Dr. McBurney received her under graduate degree from New York Uni versityinNewYork City,andhermedi caldegreefrom theUniversityofNew England’s College of Osteopathic Medicine in Biddeford, Me.

She served a family practice medi calresidency atPalmettoGeneralHos pital in Miami, Fla., and pursued a master’s degree in public health and epidemiology at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where she was awarded a faculty ap pointment as Clinical Instructor in the Department of Family Medicine.

The bridegroom is the City Man ager for the Borough of Ramsey in Bergen County. He is a graduate of Kean University in Union, where he received bachelor degrees in public administration and political science.

Heholdsa master’sdegreeinpublic administration from Rutgers Univer sity in Newark.

Following a wedding trip to Santorini,Athens, andParis,thecouple reside in Ramsey.

Boy Scouts Form Largest Council in New Jersey

MOUNTAINSIDE — The con solidation of two Boy Scouts of America councils into the Patriot’s Path Council has created the largest Boy Scout Council in New Jersey, and the fourth largest on the Eastern Seaboard.

The new Patriot’s Path Council was formed from the union of the Watchung Area Council, based in Mountainside, and the MorrisSus sex Council, based in Denville.

The joining of the two councils was accomplishedafterseveralyears of discussions and negotiations be tween the boards of the two councils, and was designed to improve the availability of scouting programs.

An open house to unveil the new council logo and Vision Statement was held on Tuesday at the Wyatt Service Center in Mountainside.

The area covered by the new coun cil includes more than 90 communi ties in Somerset, Morris, Union and Sussex counties, plus Dunellen, Middlesex Borough, Piscataway and South Plainfield in Middlesex County.

Headquartersforthenewlyformed council is at the Wyatt Service Cen ter in Mountainside. Trading Posts for scout supplies are maintained at the Wyatt Service Center and at the former MorrisSussex Council head quarters at 12 Mount Pleasant Turn in Denville.

More than 25,000 Boy and Cub Scouts and 7,000 adult leaders are

served by the new council. The new council has four major camps, which were attended by more than 4,300 scouts this year. Camp Somers and Camp Wheeler are lo cated in the 973acre Mount Allamuchy Scout Reservation in Stanhope. The 450acre Camp Winnebago is located in Rockaway and Sabattis Adventure Camp is lo cated on 1,240 acres in the heart of the 6,000,000acre Adirondack For est Preserve in New York.

Two Cub Scout day camps are held each year in the Watchung Reserva tion in Mountainside, and at Camp Wheeler.

Staffing for the new council in cludes 15programprofessionals,four camp rangers and 22 program ad ministration personnel.

John E. Kane of Westfield is Presi dent of the new council, Sheldon O. Jones of Basking Ridge is Executive Vice President, John Glockner of Westfield is Council Commissioner and Dennis J. Kohl of Andover is Scout Executive.

In addition, there are more than 70 executive boardmemberswhorepre sent the various communities in the council area.

The new council has an operating budget of $3,500, 000. Of this total, 62 percent is used for program sup port, 24 percent for camp operapike tions, 7 percent for fundraising, and 7 percent for administration and support.

WELCOME BACK!… At School One Elementary School in Scotch Plains, teachers and staff gathered for a welcome back luncheon as the new school year began on September 8. The picnic luncheon was prepared by the school’s Parent Teacher Association Executive Board members. Pictured, left to right, are: Regina Dietz, Priscilla Janusz, School One Principal Jeffrey Grysko and Colleen Spitser.

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