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Vol. LXI, No. 49
Wednesday, December 5, 2007
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SPACE TRAVELER: Princeton resident Greg Olsen described the experience of traveling to the International Space Station to third, fourth, and fifth grade students in the Princeton Young Achievers Program last week. Pictured from left (front row): Ashley Delcid, Rosa Lopez, Mr. Olsen, Samuel Garcia, and Dimas Lopez; (second row): Carolyn Pineda Vasquez, Ashley Bautista, Jessica Mejia, Diana DelCid, and Lisette Vasquez; (back row) PYA Executive Director Pamela Elmi, PYA Board President, Clayton Marsh, Lizbeth Cortez, and Leanna Lacrete.

“Never Give Up on Your Dreams” Greg Olsen Tells Young Achievers

Linda Arntzenius

Princeton’s own astronaut Greg Olsen — the third private citizen to orbit the earth on the International Space Station (ISS) — visited the Henry Pannell Center last Thursday to talk about the experience with children in the Princeton Young Achievers program.

Canal Road Sewer Land Discussions Could Satisfy Long-Awaited Goal

Matthew Hersh

In 2003, a letter authored by then-Borough Mayor Marvin Reed to Township Mayor Phyllis Marchand, indicated that, after 70 years of joint-municipal use of the Princeton Sewer Operating Committee land on River Road, perhaps it was time that the two Princetons maintained joint ownership of the land.

Two New Lewis School Administrators Poised to Spearhead Green Initiative

Linda Arntzenius

The Lewis School has appointed Lisa Settle Callaway as its new director of development and Robert P. Martinez as director of strategic planning. Mr. Martinez currently serves as project manager for the school’s proposed new campus.

Labyrinth Books’ First Booksigning Features Local Book Artist and Authors

Linda Arntzenius

Labyrinth Books will host a reception and booksigning featuring local authors next Tuesday, December 11, at 5:30 p.m.

The public reception celebrates books published this year by members of the Princeton Research Forum (PRF), an organization of independent scholars living and working in the area.

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