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Publisher: Wightman Publishing, LLC Editor-in-Chief: Laurie M. Wightman Art Director: Christie Casselring Contributing Writers: Laurie Wightman, Maria Sollon-Scally gardening design recipes Photographs Provided By: Wayne Art Center, Erica Barnes, Lisa Wetherhold, Maria Sollon-Scally, Robert Baldry

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Editor’s Letter JUNE 2014 Summertime has arrived with a warm embrace as we gear up for a season filled with family fun, vacations at the beach, backyard BBQ’s and endless outdoor activities. Each year when the month of June rolls around I tend to observe a sense of lightness in the air with long summer evenings that seem to go on forever. There is a joyful spirit around town as locals anticipate weekend plans or extended vacations with loved ones. However, something that can’t be overlooked in June is Father’s Day. It is a time to show true appreciation for the Dad in your life who hopefully has believed in you, guided you, supported you and most importantly loved you. Even if your father is no longer with you, I think it is still a special day to honor the memories that you shared with him. I would like to thank my very own father, David Wightman, who has been a remarkable dad and role model in my life. I have turned to my father for wise advice and direction through most of my major life decisions, as he has always been a guiding light in my family. It is due to the immense amount of support and belief in my own capabilities from my father that I am here today presenting you with Wayne Magazine. I truly would not be able to have done this venture without my father and of course my mother too. I am one of the luckiest daughters around to be blessed with such a compelling Dad who has been so instrumental in my own life.

Laurie Wightman’s Contact Information: 484.580.9132 Laurie@WayneMagazine.com

I do hope you will enjoy this special issue to kick off the summer solstice later on this month. We offer a fun Father’s Day Gift Guide, a heartwarming story about two sister’s inspiration to support Project ALS after losing their father to Lou Gehrig’s Disease, some key suggestions on planting a flower garden and much more. So pull out your bathing suits and flip flops, turn up the music and let’s get to some summertime fun! Sincerely,


June Events Friends of Radnor Library Big Book Sale When: Sunday, June 1st / 12pm-5pm Where: 114 West Wayne Avenue, Wayne Come out to support Friends of Radnor Library as they host their semi-annual Big Book sale. There will be thousands of books to choose from along with CD’s, DVD’s, LP’s, puzzles and games.

PHS Classes at Chanticleer – Artful Trellises When: Wednesday, June 4th / 5:30pm Where: 786 Church Road, Wayne Chanticleer horticulturist Przemek Walczak will lead a walk-and-talk, demonstrating how to create unique trellises for your home garden with easy-to-find materials such as bamboo, twigs, and vines. Participants will view a diverse group of supports for a variety of climbing plants. Fee: $20 members, $25 non-members

Wayne Rotary Speakers Series: Melody Templeton on Painless Presenting When: Wednesday, June 11th / 6pm Where: Margaret Kuo’s 175 Lancaster Avenue, Wayne Melody Templeton will demonstrate 7 tips on how to make the most out of your presentation skills. She has coached speakers from Comcast, Villanova and the Wharton School for over 20 years. Learn how to be a stellar public speaker.

Appelford Summer Solstice Party When: Thursday, June 12th / 6pm – 9pm Where: Appelford Estate 770 Mt. Moro Road, Villanova Come out for an evening of delicious fare and great music under the stars at the elegant Appelford Estate. All proceeds go to benefitting this local treasure.

“Wines of Argentina” Wine Tasting at Paramour When: Thursday, June 12th / 6pm Where: Paramour at the Wayne Hotel Enjoy an evening tasting some of Argentina’s best wines that range from Malbecs to Torrontés to Pinot Noirs, all from the various regions of Argentina. Sommelier Steven Gullo will share his experiences of traveling to these regions, and pair each wine with the finest Argentine dishes, from churrasco to empanadas. $30 per person. Please call 610.977.0600 to make your reservation.

Radnor’s First Great American Backyard Campout When: Saturday, June 28th / 6pm Where: Willows Park 490 Darby Paoli Road, Radnor Celebrate the great outdoors with friends and family at this year’s first American backyard campout in the beautiful Willows Park. It is sure to become a local tradition for years to come.

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June Gardening Tips Once June arrives, the summer’s heat is here. In this month’s gardening section we highlight some of the best flowers to plant in your garden to create dimension and color. June is the month to focus on planting annuals that grow best when temperatures are above 80 degrees. There are several options to choose from, but here are the top 5 annuals that I personally favor when looking for an abundant flower garden that will flourish quickly and last throughout the summer months. • Marigolds, both tall African and short, compact French types are easy to start from seed and are great annuals to plant from starter packs from the nursery in June.

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FATHER’S DAY Gift Guide J.McLaughlin What dad doesn’t want to dress the part at the beach or poolside this summer? Here are some witty swim trunks that will make heads turn.

Out There Outfitters For the traveling Dad here are some sharp looking weekend bags to get your Dad on his way. Backpack – United by Blue; Signature Tote by Mountain Khaki; Ranger Finder Duffle by Outdoor Research; Black Hole Duffle by Patagonia.


Tiger Shop For the stylish golfer that enjoys having a little fun on the course here are some top performance golf shirts by Bobby Jones & Peter Millar, and clever golf shorts by Berle that will have every man envious.

Angelo D’Amicantonio Shoe Store Every Dad deserves to wear a fabulous pair of shoes. Here is a variety of options to fit any Dad’s style. Docksiders – Sebago; Loafers – Ecco; Hybrid Golf Shoes – Ecco; Classic bucks – Johnston & Murphy; Socks – b.ella.

Maserati of the Main Line Some dreams can last a lifetime. For every man out there that has been dreaming of that shiny and sleek car from the time he was a little boy, you can always tease him with the idea of cruising around town in the ever-soexclusive Maserati, or maybe it’s time to turn that dream into a reality.

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in Villanova. On Saturday, May 17th, downtown Wayne became the central spot for artists to paint on the final day of the festival. Artists were seen capturing everyday life on the main thoroughfare and along the train tracks. In years past, participating artists have produced over 250 to 300 pieces of fresh work. The exhibit commenced with a Gala Opening and Artist’s Reception on Saturday, May 17th in the Davenport Gallery where juror, Randall Sexton announced awards and presented $8,000 in prize money. The Plein Air Festival is an important fundraising event for the Wayne Art Center. Proceeds help support educational and outreach programs that allow the art center to serve all members of the community. These impressive works of art will remain on display and for sale, open to the public until June 28, 2014. Regular gallery hours are Monday through Friday 9am until 5pm and Saturdays 10am until 4pm. A new juried exhibition, Radnor Reflections, Capturing a Way of Life Through the Lens of a Camera, will be presented by the Radnor Conservancy and Wayne Art Center in the Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Gallery through June 28th. Radnor Reflections is an exhibition of photography that chronicles the natural, historical and cultural assets of Radnor Township throughout 2013–2014. The photography exhibition will capture a way of life throughout the seasons and celebrates the many talented photographers in the area. With so many options to choose from, make sure to get a little culture on at the treasured Wayne Art Center this June. For more information about these two special exhibits contact Wayne Art Center at 610.688.3553 or go to www.wayneart.org

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As you guys are experiencing, raising kids is not the easiest job as there is always something to do. But all of the bone tiring duties you have as a parent recipes gardening pale in exchange for the love that you have for your children. Expressing my Love, Erica and Lisa, is something that is beyond description. We know the feelings we have for each other and you now know as parents how strong that love is for your children. My life is awesome, and Lisa and Erica you have made it so. Thank you. Dad. After John’s passing at the age of 61, both Erica and Lisa struggled to pick up the pieces and move forward. But their father’s voice and spirit was always with them, and inspired them to work toward finding a cure for ALS. “When my father was diagnosed, we were researching the best doctors, clinical trials, medications, etc. - essentially anything we could find to prolong his life. After pouring over everything we could find out about ALS, we came across Project ALS,” said Lisa Wetherhold. “It was formed by the three Estess sisters, one of whom was dying of ALS. Sadly Jenifer Estess, who made a huge impact on awareness, research and advocacy, died in 2003.That has not stopped Meredith and Valerie from continuing their commitment to finding a cure. What Project ALS does best is they bring scientists and physicians together to uncover more about the disease rather than competing against each other. I know the incredible bond my sister, my Dad and I experienced and this is the same power that drives Meredith and


Valerie to never stop pushing to find a cure in honor of their sister.” In 2011, Lisa’s daughter Avery, took a vow of silence for 10 hours in honor of her grandfather. Because ALS patients are robbed of their voice and of their lives, Avery’s vow of silence was a powerful and kind gesture to honor those with the disease. This year, Project ALS was so inspired by Avery’s vow of silence that they decided to roll it out on a national platform. On May 18th, 2014 Project ALS created a national campaign called ‘THE SHUTDOWN’, where they asked people across the country to participate in taking a vow of silence to show their support and make a difference in the fight against this devastating disease. More than $120,000 has been raised so far from THE SHUTDOWN campaign, and this is just the beginning of what Project ALS hopes to turn into a much larger national campaign of raising awareness for ALS in years to come. It is now a part of both Erica and Lisa’s mission in life to honor their Dad’s legacy.

Father’s Day has taken on a new meaning for the Wetherhold sister’s these days. Their Dad’s physical presence may not be here, but his magic of touching his daughter’s lives and his grandchildren’s lives in a way that can never be replaced will always remain in their hearts. “I look at the pictures of him scattered throughout my house and wonder, ‘How did this happen? Why did this happen to a man who was so full of life and in the most incredible shape for a man his age,’” said Erica. “While I miss him every day, I am also inspired every day by him and the life lessons he taught my sister and me. In one of my favorite pictures he has his arms wrapped so tightly around us and his smile is so wide and his face just says, ‘Look at us…we have the best life. I love these girls and they love me!’ I know how blessed I am to have had him as my father, and I am grateful. Grateful for a loving father, who would often say to us ‘You know girls, there are seven billion people in the world, how did I get so lucky to be blessed with the best two?’”

For more information and ways to support ALS, go to: Project ALS.org. WayneMagazine.com | June 2014

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As wayward travelers often do, my father Fritz Kellner is off on another adventure. After last month’s festivities during the Devon Horse Show where he was warmly embraced by many, and even more-so by the delectable treats and cocktails that flowed in his favor, he found it only appropriate to take gardening his endless search for the ‘Quintessential Cocktail’ abroad. His journeys have taken him to an extended trip overseas in Europe. As he meanders through the streets of London in search of a proper Pimms Deluxe, and gallivants through the Black Forest to find an authentic German beer garden, and even possibly stumbles upon the perfect aperitif along the French Riviera, we will await his return to hear what the Old Codger has to say for himself in July. So that leaves me, his daughter, Fritzie Kellner, to carry on his column for the month of June.

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As we celebrate Father’s Day in this particular issue, I’ll take the opportunity to honor and thank old Fritz himself for being such an upstanding father through the years. Not every daughter has the privilege of growing up with such an adventurous Dad like the Wayward Traveler. For a man who originally came from NYC and worked extremely hard to get where he is today, I am so very proud to say he is my father. The Old Codger has certainly taught me a vast amount on how to live life to the fullest and enjoy the quintessential cocktail as often as possible. It may not be how everyone chooses to go about their lives, but when

one chooses to live outside of the normal rules of society in search for the ultimate beauty in life, more likely than not you’ll end up having a lot of fun along the way. I guess you could say I’m somewhat of a protégé of my Dad, as I aspire to live a life free of worry or concern while choosing the roads less traveled with humbleness as he has done all these years. When I thought of ways to show my love and admiration for having such a crafty father, the only thing I could think of doing was to try and come up with an ingenious cocktail of choice for Fritz himself to try. What better gift than the gift that keeps on giving when it comes to the Old Codger. I want to really knock his socks off by offering him what I hope to be the ultimate cocktail that he has been endlessly searching for in Wayne. So I’ll take a stab at concocting my own drink that will surely surprise him upon his return. I ask that you, the reader, please try this drink concoction at home and let me know by Father’s Day if you think it has what it takes to finally end the Wayward Travelers quest for the ‘Quintessential Cocktail.’ This one is for you Dad…

FRITZIE’S FIZZ • • • • •

Aged White Rum – 2 oz. Aged Jamaican Rum – 2 oz. Prosecco – 1 oz. Fresh Lime Juice ¼ tsp. of honey Served Up


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Wayne Magazine June 2014