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Vol. LXII, No. 7
 
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
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MLANJENI AND FRIEND: Mlanjeni Nduma, head of Mlanjeni’s Magic Theater, and Koto, one of the troupe’s five puppets. The entire troupe will be at the conTEMPORARY Arts Center, this Sunday at 4 p.m.

Puppets, Music, Art, and a Great Quilt at ConTEMPORARY Arts Celebration

Ellen Gilbert

Koto, Mrs. Ijangayanga (a dragon!), Kit, Edwina, and Kinji will be part of the festivities when The Arts Council of Princeton observes Black History Month on Sunday, February 17, from 2 to 5 p.m. This event is free to the public and will be held at the conTEMPORARY Arts Center, located in the Princeton Shopping Center.

Former Committeewoman Runs for Office With New Name, But on a Familiar Platform

Matthew Hersh

In December 2004, Karen C. “Casey” Hegener cast her final vote on Township Committee at the end of a three-year term. It wasn’t exotic: it was just a “yea” vote for an ordinance on dog vaccinations.

At the end of that term, Ms. Hegener, who was about to be remarried, expressed a desire to spend time with her new family, though she vowed to stay involved, and received subsequent appointments to the municipal Environment Commission, and to the Flood and Stormwater Management Committee.

The draw to elective office, however, didn’t subside for long.

Discussion of Classroom Practices Highlights Special Ed PTO Meeting

Ellen Gilbert

“There is no one way to do it,” counseled Special Education Supervisor Eileen Sanchez at the beginning of last week’s meeting of the Princeton Special Education Parent Teachers Organization. In the hour that followed, four teachers from the Princeton Regional School District demonstrated just how fine-tuned and varied they have made their efforts to reach students with special needs.

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