Following a competitive statewide audition process, six Westfield High School students were selected into prestigious All State musical groups. They include, left to right: Kristin Hauge, Melanie Snyder and Katherine Ko – All State Women’s Chorus, who will perform at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in February; Julian Mone and Kim Roth - All State Mixed Chorus, who are scheduled to appear at NJPAC and previously sang at the NJ Teachers Convention in Atlantic City in November; and Alex DiFabio – All State Orchestra/Percussionist, who also performed in Atlantic City.
Six Westfield High School Students Selected for All State Music Groups
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By POINT VIEW WEALTH MANAGEMENTDecember 10, 2016
Point View Wealth Management Founder, President, and Chief Investment Strategist, David Dietze, presented to the Summit - New Providence Rotary on "The Psychology of Investing."
Dietze discussed a few basic rules all investors should follow, which included plenty of diversification, avoiding trend following, and emphasizing facts over opinions, especially those of ...
The large lot on the corner of Elm and Walnut Streets in Westfield was once again a busy thoroughfare on Sunday, Dec. 4, as 26 Union County Master Gardeners helped unload a shipment of 425 Fraser Fir Christmas trees for the Westfield Area Y’s Men’s Club. The trees were being delivered for the Club's 63nd annual Christmas tree and wreath sale, which runs ...
Eighth grade students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison visit the Giving Tree, from which they selected ornaments with gift suggestions for autistic children attending the Crossroads School in Westfield. The gifts will be delivered to the school for autistic children next week.
Point View Wealth Management Founder, President, and Chief Investment Strategist, David Dietze, spoke live on BNN on investment strategies following recent record highs in the stock market:
Point View Wealth Management, Inc. works with families in Summit and beyond, providing customized portfolio management services and comprehensive financial planning, to ...
South Avenue Arts, a new art studio & gallery space located opposite Home Depot in Garwood, brings an artisan spirit to its utilitarian surroundings, creating a unique new facility for making, learning and selling art. Since opening its doors in September, the studio has already completed several classes, workshops, and private events and is currently enrolling for an expanded ...
The graduates of a recent suicide intervention training class held by caring and crisis hotline Caring Contact of Westfield proudly hold their certificates. The Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) class was held Dec. 3 and Dec. 4 at the RWJ Rahway Fitness and Wellness Center in Scotch Plains.
ASIST is an internationally acclaimed interactive training program in suicide ...
The Youth Group of First Baptist Church in Westfield is hosting their annual musical variety show event. This concert features a rock band from the NJ Workshop for the Arts (NJWA) Rock Performance Workshop as well as students at the NJWA, the FBC Youth Group and beyond.
The program begins with "Sorry in Advance" a talented teen rock group and proceeds through a variety of ...
The Franklin Elementary School PTO invites the community to attend a holiday shopping event on Monday, Dec. 12, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m in the school gymnasium located at 700 Prospect Street.
It will feature clothing, jewelry, kids’ accessories, custom gifts, stationary, sports items and more. We can accept cash, checks and credit cards.
Join us for a fun way to do ...
Feast Catering & Cafe are delighted to be celebrating 17 years in Westfield. For the month of December, Feast Catering and Cafe would like to offer some special deals to its valued customers to thank them for their support and continued custom.
Get ready for the holidays with $5 off our 36 hour and three-day Cleanses from our Juice Junky Bar (booked Monday through Wednesday).
On Nov. 21, Mother Seton Regional High School in Clark hosted an admission workshop for all international students. The presentation was done by Tina Tang, international admission counselor for the College of International Programs at Centenary University and by Patricia Mahaffey, coordinator of student abroad programs, also of Centenary.
Mrs. Corinne Wnek, Director of Guidance at ...