(Photo by George Vogel)
HELPING PROVIDE RELIEF: Princeton students volunteered their time at a booth
outside the Princeton Public Library beginning last Thursday, to collect
money that will go to the Red Cross to help provide relief for the victims
of Hurricane Katrina. More than 20 students volunteered their time
throughout the weekend, raising $2,400 so far, according to Susan Conlon,
teen services librarian. "We all saw a need to respond in some way," she
said, adding that any students wishing to volunteer their time this week are
encouraged to stop by the library. Shown here, from left, are: Michael
Farrell (Johnson Park Elementary), Marcus Lopez (Princeton Charter School),
Trevon Walker (PCS), and Sahmone Walker (PCS).
When Mike Buonocore of Lansdale, Pa., who graduated from Tulane University this past May, saw New Orleans evacuated and eventually battered by Hurricane Katrina early last week, he knew that he would have to do what he could to help undo the damage.
On the heels of a much-maligned proposal to build 140 senior housing units on the western side of Bunn Drive in Princeton Township, a second plan by a separate developer is taking shape on the horizon on the eastern side of Bunn, just south of Princeton Community Village.
Princeton High School's coordinator of student activities, Angela Siso, is among the new staff members assuming posts as the Princeton Regional Schools prepare to open on Thursday.
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