June 30, 2009
Westfield Service League thanks
residents for support and patronage
Mary Newmark, President, Westfield Service League
January 30, 2009
To the Editor:
The Westfield Service League would like to express its gratitude to the community for its unwavering support and patronage. Our Thrift and Consignment Shop held its annual holiday sale on December 6 and it was a wonderful success. It was a fun day for our customers, our employees and our volunteers. We received so many positive comments that the good feelings warmed the entire shop.
Our volunteers work throughout the year to continually maintain and refresh our Thrift and Consignment Shop with clothes, shoes, books, toys and bric-a-brac. We would like to thank our many consignors, all those who donate to the Thrift Shop, our employees and volunteers.
It is with this team effort that the Westfield Service League has been able to contribute our profits back to the community for the past 76 years.
Our best wishes for a healthy, happy New Year!
Modern Man to perform in Westfield
by Suburban News
Monday September 15, 2008,
WESTFIELD–The Coffee With Conscience Concert Series kicks off its ninth season by presenting the Zanny Trio known as Modern Man. The concert will take place at the First United Methodist Church of Westfield, 1 East Broad St. (corner of North Avenue) in Westfield, on Sept. 20. Doors will open at 7:30 p.m. and the concert begins at 8 p.m. Admission is $21. Advance purchase of tickets is highly recommended by going to modernman.eventbrite.com. All net proceeds from this evening’s concert will be donated to the Eric Johnson House in Morristown.
For more info on Modern Man, visit modernman3.com.
The Coffee With Conscience Concert Series is a ten-show series running from September through June at the First United Methodist Church of Westfield. The Series supports the following charities: The Eric Johnson House in Morristown, Homefirst, Habitat for Humanity, the Community Food Bank of NJ and the Keith Knost Special Needs Trust. Each charity has two concerts dedicated to it during the season.
The Coffee With Conscience Concert Series is made possible in part by a generous grant from the Westfield Service League, and other private donations – which are enthusiastically encouraged.
For more information about the Coffee With Conscience Concert Series, the upcoming performance, or ways in which to get involved with the series, visit http://www.coffeewithconscience.org. Call the Concert Hotline at 908-412-9105 or send an e-mail to email@example.com. Volunteers are always appreciated.