Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXIII, No. 44
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Coldwell Banker Princeton Office

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TEAMWORK: The HiTOPS Teen Council is a group of 20 high school seniors who undergo extensive training to become effective peer educators in their school and community. Students selected for the Teen Council receive over 140 hours of training in presentation skills, group facilitation, communication and negotiation skills, and interactive educational techniques. The HiTOPS program is considered the most comprehensive, high quality training of this type available in New Jersey.

Devoted to Total Adolescent Wellness, HiTOPS Is “Poised to Grow and Poised to Serve More”

Ellen Gilbert

The lead story in the most recent issue of the HiTOPS Guardian, the non-profit organization’s newsletter, was called “Healthcare in Motion,” and it’s easy to see why.

Holt Hosts Area Religious Leaders In “A Truly Inspiring” D.C. Day

Ellen Gilbert

“We had a truly inspiring day,” enthused Nassau Presbyterian Church Reverend Elizabeth Schultz, describing a recent D.C. Day hosted by Rep. Rush Holt (D-N.J.-12) for more than 60 religious leaders from his central New Jersey district.

Dinosaurs, Rocks, and Fossils at Morven Reveal Area’s Ancient and Recent History

Dilshanie Perera

Fluorescent rocks, ancient fossils, and the first dinosaur paintings are on view at Morven Museum and Garden as part of its new exhibition, “Rocks & Dinos!

Topics in Brief
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