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Vol. LXV, No. 39
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
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COLLABORATIVE EFFORT: Scouts from Troop 43 who helped Michael Treves (second from left) complete his Eagle Scout project included (left to right): Daniel Galastro, Jay Yalamanchili, and Yasin Ahmed

Access for Visitors to Mountain Lakes Preserve Greatly Improved by Eagle Scout’s Project

Ellen Gilbert

Just a little over a year after he obtained the go-ahead from the Princeton Township Historic Commission, Princeton High School junior Michael Treves and other members of Boy Scout Troop 43 have completed Michael’s proposed Eagle project at Mountain Lakes Preserve. The result is a 16-foot bridge that spans an 8-foot drainage ditch off Coventry Farm, where loose rocks made for hazardous climbing, especially in rainy weather.

Linda Mather Is the Voice of Moderation At Local Debates and Community Forums

Anne Levin

At last week’s debate between Princeton Borough mayoral candidates Yina Moore and Jill Jachera, a veteran moderator was running the show. The soothing, yet authoritative voice of Linda Mather is familiar to anyone who has attended candidates’ forums for local government or school board elections for the past two decades. Ms. Mather has officiated at countless local events since becoming active in the League of Women Voters, which sponsored the debate at the Jewish Center of Princeton on Tuesday, September 20.

Unlimited Chocolate, Honoring Whims: Program Suggests New “Tools” for Caregivers

Ellen Gilbert

Inspired by a New York Times article that described the happy results obtained when Alzheimer’s patients’ whims are indulged, Executive Director Susan Hoskins named this year’s Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) annual fall program, “Chocolate for Memory: Practical Strategies for Family Caregivers; Parkinson’s, Stroke, Alzheimer’s, Dementia.”

 

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