Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXII, No. 5
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
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David Schure, was recently re-elected to serve another one-year term as chair of the Princeton Township Historic Preservation Commission. Besides being charged with protecting the township’s historic structures, the commission encourages creative solutions for rehabilitation and remodeling projects involving buildings that are listed in the township’s 15 locally designated historic districts. Mr. Schure has served on the commission since 1993. Earlier, he worked with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, in Washington, D.C. Mr. Schure received his graduate training at Columbia University School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. He his family are restoring an 18th century house on the Kings Highway, known today as Stockton Street. Mr. Schure is a licensed real estate agent with N.T. Callaway Real Estate in Princeton.


Four Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart students were recognized recently at Princeton University’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration. The boys submitted entries to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay and Poster Contest, sponsored by the University. The theme of this year’s contest was Immigration. Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart winners include: Essay Contest, grades 6-8: Lyndon Lapera of Pennington, first place prize; Jack Orlowski-Scherer of New Brunswick, third place prize. Poster Contest, grades 6-8: Spencer Reynolds of Princeton, third place prize; and Lewis Gaskin of Skillman, honorable mention.


Princeton Public Library customers can learn to navigate the Internet with more security on Tuesday, February 5 at 7 p.m., when Robert J. Lackie of Rider University presents a program entitled “Detecting and Protecting your Digital Footprint.” Mr. Lackie will demonstrate search strategies and services that be can used to find personal information online, and recommend the steps that can be taken to minimize or remove unwanted and unauthorized information.


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