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Vol. LXIV, No. 39
 
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
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PUT THE LIME IN THE … TOMATO: Students at Littlebrook Elementary School got to compare plain tomatoes, tomatoes with lime, salted tomatoes, and salsa at a tasting event in the school cafeteria last week. A $30,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to the Princeton School Gardens Cooperative is supporting district-wide efforts to raise kids’ consciousness about healthy eating. (Photo by Ellen Gilbert)

Home-Made Salsa and Other Culinary Experiences Engage Littlebrook Community at Tasting Event

Ellen Gilbert

It made perfect sense that Ravioli the giraffe, Littlebrook Elementary School’s mascot, was wearing an apron and chef’s toque last Wednesday. In addition to their regular lunches, students (and lucky adults) were being treated that day to a “tasting” of fresh tomatoes and salsa.

Library Gears Up for Centennial Weekend; Individuals Recognized for Achievements

Ellen Gilbert

“Pete Bromberg — the two most important words in my vocabulary,” said Princeton Public Library Director Leslie Burger of the new Assistant Director in her summer report to the Board of Trustees. “After close to a year of running both the operational and administrative side of the library along with our endowment campaign, I breathed a sigh of relief on August 2 when Pete walked into the library.”

Panelists Make the Case for Women As Part of Peace-Building Process

Ellen Gilbert

“Equality under the law is not the same as equality in practice,” said Liechtenstein’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Aurelia Frick as she set the tone for a panel on “Women in Peace-Building” last Saturday at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.

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