by Rebecca Blackwell ©2003)
CITIZENSHIP: Elm Court employee Nelly Perez pins a boutonniere
on co-worker Juan Natareno last Wednesday at a party celebrating
both their birthdays and their status as American citizens. Ms.
Perez, a Colombian immigrant who has worked at Elm Court for the
past seven years, received her American citizenship in September.
Mr. Natareno, originally from Guatemala, has worked at Elm Court
for three years and earned his citizenship last year. Both celebrated
their birthdays on October 2. Borough Mayoral candidate Joe O'Neill
and Princeton Community Housing Co-President Sheila Berkelhammer
were among those who turned out to congratulate Ms. Perez and
Young Achievers Welcomes New Executive Director
If you want to be part of the Princeton way of
life, you need to get a job in town.
That was Nichelle Hill's
thinking when she applied for the position of executive director
of the Princeton Young Achievers organization. A few weeks ago,
she got her wish.
Chore Made Easier With Leaf Collection Primer
If the air is crisp and tinges of yellow or red
are starting to stain the treetops, it can only mean one thing:
municipal leaf-collection season isn't far behind.
Home Signifies New Beginnings For Princeton Real Estate Group
There are new neighbors on the block. A family
that has been in the business of housing Princetonians for decades
has found a home for its business right in the heart of Princeton.
The Henderson's Princeton Real Estate Group acquired a 50-year
old building at 34 Chambers Street to carry on a family tradition
that began 50 years ago.
William A. Stoltzfus III
School: Princeton Day School