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10E THE PALM BEACH POST THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1997 c PALM CZACII COUrJTY UYI": Reunions Auctions to benefit Suncoast Christian . i ROUND middle of February. Call Bunny at! 495-7850 or Sandy at 434-4531. B ! South Side High School,) Newark, N.J., would like to have a reunion of all years, students and! teachers. To be held in Florida! winter 1998. Contact Manny FeldJ man at 738-6867. I B Manual Training HigrtJ School (Brooklyn, N.Y.), Classes; 1943-1945, interested in a reunion! contact Bernie at 272-6213. I fl Seeking Class of 1960 gradu-j ates of Martin Van Buren High; School (Queens Village, N.Y.)j Call Ann Brener Honig at 790-! 6698. . fl fY -v .si ; s u V ft 27 ' J it zS High schools Western High School (Baltimore, MD), 60th Reunion, for the class of 1938. Call 967-1439. B South Side High School (Newark, N.J.), 50th Reunion, classes of January and June 1948. Call Elaine Levine Sherman at 626-8292. B Emerson High School, Union City, N.J., Class of 1977, 20th Reunion. Call for information at 863-3539. B Ramsey High School (Ramsey, N.J.), Class of 1947 planning reunion. Contact Robert Nyman, 6980 S.E. Cutler Trail, Stuart, Fla. 34997, (561) 283-3528. B 45th Reunion of Toms River High School, Class of 1952 in Toms River, N.J. being planned. Contact Allen Detwiler, 118 Haines Road., Toms River, N.J. 08753-6809. B Jersey High School, Class of 1944, seeking classmates for 50 plus, 3rd Reunion. Contact: Ray' Damiano, 244 Long Hill Road, Little Falls, N.J., Call (201) 256-4298. B Graduates of Jamaica High School in Queens are forming an alumni association for all classes. Contact Kenneth Trell, 167-01 Gothic Drive, Jamaica, N.Y. 11432. B Andrew Jackson High School, Cambria Heights, N.Y., would like to have a reunion. Send name and address to Cinderella Cleaner, co M. Christman, 1454 10th St., Lake Park, Fla. 33403. fl Andrew Jackson High School of St. Albans, Queens N.Y., is having its 50-year reunion. Call Herbert C. Evelyn, 439-4104, or write: Herb Evelyn 7098 Michigan Isle Road, Lake Worth, Fla. 33467 for more information, fl Julia Richman High School: All Class Years to be held in the Yes, the Celebrating Black Doll Art, a show and sale, will be held Saturday from 1 1 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Omni Hotel, 1601 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach. Along with a vintage black doll exhibit, there will be dollmaking classes and door prizes. mation and reservations. , B Do you have an event coming up? Do you have some news of interest to others in your community? Send your information and photographs to Around Town, Living, The Palm Beach Post P-O. Box 24700, West Palm Beach, Fla. 33416-4700. We must have information two weeks prior to ; There will be a Silent and Live Auction benefiting Suncoast Christian Academy Friday at 7 p.m. at 5561 Hypoluxo Road, West Palm Beach. ', Many items will be up for bid including complete auto tinting from Central Auto Trim, autographed baseballs, a gift certificate to Pete Rose Restaurant, art and more. The Women of Note, a Chapter of the Sweet Adelines, will be on 'hand for live entertainment. ; Cost: $10. Call 641-1446. Church Women United will hold its Christmas Migrant Day Luncheon on Friday, beginning at 9:30 a.m. at 900 Brandywine Road, West Palm Beach. This event is hosted by United Methodist Women of United Methodist Church of the Palm Beaches. Donations of new unwrapped clothing andor toys for infants and children are requested. .Call 687-5411. n There will be a collectible 'show and sale Celebrating Black Doll Art, Saturday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Omni Hotel, 1601 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach. Along with a vintage black doll exhibit, there will be dollmaking classes and door prizes. ; Cost: $2 adults; free to children. Call 689-6400 for more infor- mation. ; St. John Fisher Church will ' hold their annual Christmas Bazaar, Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the church grounds, 4001 N. Shore Drive, West Palm Beach. A lasagne dinner will be held on Saturday at 5p.m. : ; Call 842-1224. B The Third Annual Armory Art : Center Artists Ball will be held ; Saturday at 1703 S. Lake Avenue, West Palm Beach, beginning at 7 "p.m., cocktails, 8 p.m. for dinner ! and dancing. ,1 I Theme is "Dancing on the Red ;; Planet Mars", with live music, a f Deejay and raffle prizes. Black tie : is optional. Call 832-1776 for res-) ervationsinformation. t : J , The Ocean Impact Foundation i Marine-Wildlife Care Center will I host Sixth Annual Coral Reef ; Celebration Saturday at the Sail- fish Marina on 98 Lake Drive, Singer Island, from 2 to 7 p.m. ". There will be nautical arts and , crafts, sea turtle tanks, children's ; games, face painting along with 35 ; exhibiting artists and live music from the Sheffield Brothers. ', Admission is free. Call 471-3403 or 640-4810. ; A Beanie Baby Show will be I held at the Uptown Downtown : Flea Market Mall and Outlet Cen- ter, 5700 Okeechobee Blvd., West - Palm Beach, Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday, Noon to 4 p.m. ! All kinds of Bean Bag Charac-',' te'rs and accessories will be for : sale and trade. Call 622-6479. B ; State Rep. Addie L. Greene ' and Roosevelt Community Middle School, and the Department of Juvenile Justice are sponsoring a Grant Writing Workshop, Satur day from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Roosevelt Community Middle School Cafeteria, 1900 N. Austra lian Ave., West Palm Beach. . The sessions will cover legal , requirements, fiscal responsibil : ities, systems building, concept development, proposal writing, ; project budgeting and funding. Cost: $5 registration fee. Call : 837-52525253 or 992-1658. B The Mishpacha Family Center TOWN tique, Dec. 14, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Omni Hotel, 1601 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach. Terri's Trends of West Palm Beach will present boutique items for the upcoming holidays. There will be scones, sandwiches, pastries and fruit served. Reservations must be made by this Friday. Call 795-5811. Riviera Beach Palm Beach County's Spay Shuttle (spayneuter clinic) will dock in Riviera Beach, Friday and Saturday and Dec. 10-13, (Wednesday through Saturday) at the Tate Recreational Center, 420 W. 10th St. The Spay Shuttle provides dog and cat sterilization for only $10. Low-income residents can qualify for services; proof of residency and income may be required. Citizens on public assistance may be eligible to have fees waived when proof is provided. The Spay Shuttle will set up at the above location site between 8 and 9 a.m. to accept animals. Pets will then be sterilized on the shuttle bus and ready to go home with their owners later that same afternoon. This service is provided on a first come first served basis. Owners should make sure that their dog is clean and leashed and cats are safely contained in a carrier. Call 233-1200, Ext. 251. Holiday Day Camps for children with special needs will be offered from Dec. 22 to Jan. 2. through the ARC, 1201 Australian Ave. There will be many recreational and learning activities for the children. Registration deadline is Dec. 12. Cost: $90. Call 835-7087. Lake Worth A White Elephant and Craft Sale will be held this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Clubhouse in Mas Verde, M.H. Park, 5656 Lake Worth Road, opposite Steve Moore Chevrolet. Refreshments will be available. Call 967-3070 or 969-1032 Palm Springs The Palm Springs Neighborhood Watch Flea Market will held on Saturday, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. behind the Palm Springs Recreation Building, 226 Cypress Lane. Plants, clothes, and crafts and much more will be available for RE RELINK of Existing Denture wPurchase orNe Jew Denture! Crown $ inh. i 449 00 vniy from r V '1 '1st fi - J Li jj iry i ujrw Isabel's Warehouse Outlet SALE!! 10 a.m. -4 p.m. (Closed Saturday and Sunday) Gifts, China, Crystal, Vases, Flatware European Import 1961 W. 9th Street Directions: 1-95 to exit 45th St. Trawl one Mock East at 45th . . s Turn North onCongreu Ave. at Schoolery Cadillac. Travel&IOlh mile and turn Vest 5 at W 9th Street The Retired Teachers fromj the Bronx High School of ScIh ence are planning a reunion. Call! Irene Shapiro at 686-4054. Memorial High, West New York, N.J., all classes reunionJ Call 498-4724. Call Herman at! 498-4724 for information. ' Weequahic High School's (Newark, N.J.) reunion commit-; tee is trying to locate graduates of classes January and June, 1944, for' a 55th reunion. Please send infor-" mation to: Gilbert Linn, 441 Fran-j conia Circle, Lake Worth, Fla,1 33467. : i B i Erasmus Hall High School, Class of 1967 is planning 30th reunion. If you are a graduate op are in contact with any of our fellow students, please call Cheryl Palley Lebowitz, 750-8853. ! ; Hillhouse High School (New Haven, Connecticut), Class o 1933 planning its 64th Class Re-;' union. Contact Rose Howard at' 498-8965. n Class Reunion Enterprises is searching for alumni, Call (805) 388-2559 or write to Class Reunion, P.O. Box 3408, Camarillo,' Calif. 93011, or fax (805) 987-0199. For Individual Estate Planning and Long Term Care, no seminars, total confidentiality and low or no cost, visit our Web site at: www.elliottadler.com -ZIP:. TB-Tll- 12C47-A Living Facility 8.Ki7 N Marriott name purchase. Proceeds will go to help purchase a marquee sip for the Palm Springs Public Safety Department. Call 968-9653, 439-2115, 439-7311 or 966-9196. Palm Beach The Flagler Museum's Traditional Lighting of the Marble Hall Christmas Tree will take place on Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m. located at Coconut Row and Whitehall Way. Refreshments will be served and holiday carols sung with the accompaniment of the museum s original 1902 organ. Cost: $7 adults $3 for children, 6-12. Call 655-2833. Wellington The Boys and Girls Club of Palm Beach County will present "Motown . . . Live!" a black tie dinner dance and auction, Saturday under the grand tent at the Palm Beach Polo and Country Club, 13198 Forest Hill Blvd., Wellington, at 6:30 p.m. The auction will include trips, Ford Explorer, cruises, jewelry, vacations and more. Call 683-3287 for more infor FREETvJ Dental Consult i ,onsuii a i a compreliensive I no charge! A tpointment! ZX We will provide you with a ct treatment plan at no a Call Today for Appointment! Soft $ Denture Liner from 149 00 Custom $ 299 00 muut Denture from VliperUmiWor Lnwer 105 1 201 joanvassusa Spring 98 TRUNK SHOW Palm Beach Friday December 5 jrariced 301 Worth Avenue Palm Beach 561-655-6700 adds value to Assisted Living. But value doesn't mean it costs more. -I' ,1 - ' 5 i The truth is, Assisted Living at Marriott's Brighton Gardens is more affordable than you think. With Marriott's unique "Levels of Wellness and Care" program, residents receive (and pay for) only the level of services they require. Let us show you how fair and competitive the costs really are for your loved one. A Licensed Nursing Center is also available on-site should it ever be needed. Please call or mail the coupon now. ft O'A f r i.i ii in , A '""-ffrrw" mi irinn nl ) will have a Hanukkah Mitzvah Day, this Sunday, 1 to 3 p.m. at the ; Kaplan Jewish Community Cen-ter, 3151 N. Military Trail, West ; Palm Beach. Everyone is asked to bring gifts for children, valued up to $10, which will be donated to the Jew- ' ish Family and Children's Service I for distribution. ; There will be craft projects, ; story telling and a dreidel spinning practice session. Call 640-0700 for more infor-! mation. B Lunch at Mar a Lago Club, ; 1100 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach, ; will be held on Wednesday to ! honor Ruth Granat, a resident of .' Lake Worth, beginning at 11 a.m. There will be a champagne ! brunch, entertainment and an ad-: dress from guest speaker John ; Loftus, former prosecutor with the ' Justice Department and noted au-! thor of The Secret War Against the ', Jews. ' Cost: $150 per person. Call ; (954) 492-0180 for reservations or information. B Shoshanah Career Women i Chapter of Hadassah, Florida At-lanticfrtcgion, will lftld their Annual High Tea and Holiday Bou Brighton Gardens by Marriott 2090 N. Congress Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 3340 1 (56 1 ) 686-5 1 00 Yes! 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