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Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ Newspaper March 11, 1999
Westfield Citizens Plead for Council To
Leave Brightwood "Wilderness Preserve" Alone

Fire Officials Plead for 2 Trucks, Council OKs One
Rotary ‘Pancake Day’ Draws 1,600 People
Westfield Extends Warm Welcome To Visiting Students From Japan
‘WORD’ Resource Directory To Be Mailed To Residents
Scotch Plains
Township Zoning Bd. Examines Proposal For Assisted Care Facility Near YMCA
Woman Is Sentenced To Three Years for 1996 Crash
Residents Want Birds To Fly Away
Dean Oil Property Applicants to Reduce Planned Apartment Units by 33 Percent
Fanwood Council Debuts Budget With No Municipal Tax Increase
Board of Elections Reps Present New Voting Machines to Council

ARTHUR! ARTHUR!…“Arthur,” the popular children’s show aardvark, is surrounded by a group of young fans last Saturday during the Rotary Club of Westfield’s “Pancake Day” with a record attendance of 1,600 at Westfield High School. Besides breakfast, the 32nd annual event featured a Children’s Fair with a variety of games and activities, as well as musical entertainment and sales.

Voters Protest Salaries of Mayor and Council
Three Incumbents Nominated By Republican Club

RELIGIOUS HISTORY ... The Old Stone Chapel of Willow Grove Church in Scotch Plains will celebrate its 110th Anniversary with an Open House on Saturday, March 13, and a special worship service on Sunday, March 14. Pictured, above, is the Old Stone Chapel circa 1897.

Union County and State:

  • Mr. McDermott Looks Fondly on Chairmanship Of Improvement Group

  • Sharpshooters Reduce Watchung Reservation Deer Herd by 118; Program May End One Year Early

  • Tuskegee Airman to Speak At County Youth Detention Center

  • St. Patrick’s Day Parade Set For Union Township

  • County Prosecutor Speaks To Junior Students About Date Rape and Drugs

The Week In Sports

THE 1999 WESTFIELD HIGH SCHOOL ICE HOCKEY TEAM…The Blue Devil varsity ice hockey team has been on a tear in the second half of the season and climbed to the number 13 spot in the high school rankings. As of March 7, senior Ronnie Kashlak has been the state’s leading offensive player.

    Onur Tezucar, Tony Melendez and Jim Feeley Capture New Jersey Interscholastic Region 3 Wrestling Crowns
  • Lady Raiders Finish Hoops Season With a 9 of 11 Tear
  • Blue Devil Boy Cagers Show Marked Improvement
  • Blue Devil Ron Kashlak Is Tops In State Hockey Scoring; Devils Ice Colonials, 11-1

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