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Vol. LXIV, No. 41
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
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ACKNOWLEDGED AUTHORITY: David Errickson, Corner House’s Director of Clinical Operations, was recently chosen to be a member of the Consensus Panel for an upcoming volume in the Federal Government’s Treatment and Improvement and Protocol (TIP) Series, produced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Corner House Clinical Director Tapped as Panelist for Government Publication

Ellen Gilbert

“This was quite an honor for David and for us,” observed Corner House Executive Director Gary DeBlasio as he proudly reported the selection of the non-profit’s Director of Clinical Operations, David Errickson, to serve on a Consensus Panel in the preparation of a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Treatment and Improvement Protocol (TIP) publication.

Local Immigrant Seeks to Bring Awareness of Plight of Non-Citizens Through His Story

Dilshanie Perera

Manolo Donis is a local resident and a model citizen: he was the main chef at an area restaurant for seven years and a worker in the food services industry for the past 13, a volunteer fireman who recently rose to the level of captain, a father of two, and a committed member of St. Paul’s Church.

Scholar Examines Jim Crow Era Images in Terms of “Visibility, Legibility, Materiality”

Ellen Gilbert

“But I’m not — I got this tan at the beach,” exclaims a woman in a 1946 Chicago Defender newspaper cartoon after boarding a bus and directed to the section marked “From here back for Negroes.”

This Year’s October 22-24 Friends Book Sale Honors Library Centennial and Chris Ducko

“This will be the biggest sale we’ve ever had,” writes Stuart Mitchner, director of the annual Friends of the Princeton Public Library Fall Book Sale. “It will also be the largest sale geographically since we’re expanding to Hinds Plaza, thanks to the initiative of Book Sale co-chairs Sherri Garber and Eve Niedergang and the abundance of quality donations we’ve received in the past months. On top of that, we’re celebrating the library’s centennial and mourning the loss of the library’s mainstay, Building Manager Chris Ducko, whose untimely death this Sunday had staffers who had heard the news smiling through their tears as they took part in the festivities. Such a great occasion, such a terrible, deeply emotional loss. Chris was a big man in the prime of life, one of the library’s true heroes, the embodiment of the new building and all its glowing promise.

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