Thanking Everyone Who Helped Make PSRC Event a Great Success
To the Editor:
On behalf of the board of trustees, many thanks to the leadership, staff, board, and volunteers of the Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) for the absolutely amazing event on September 15 to celebrate PSRC and to honor Norman Klath and Stark and Stark Attorneys at Law. Thank you to everyone who attended and thank you for your generosity — PSRC could not accomplish all it does and could not plan for even more and greater programming and services in the future without you!
This event was an opportunity to gather together for the first time since the onset of COVID and to showcase the amazing new PSRC facility, the Nancy S. Klath Center for Lifelong Learning on Poor Farm Road, Princeton.
Congratulations to the Individual and Corporate Honorees, Norman Klath and Stark and Stark Attorneys at Law, two most deserving honorees. Norm has been an active PSRC board member and leader, generous supporter, and avid participant with PSRC for many years. Norm’s generosity allowed PSRC to jump-start its capital campaign for the Lifelong Learning Center. Norm’s late wife, Nancy, was a strong advocate of lifelong learning, and our new building is fittingly named on her behalf.
Stark and Stark has been an annual sponsor of PSRC since it began its annual sponsorship program. The support of this firm, both financially and with strong volunteer leadership, has been instrumental in PSRC’s continued success.
There are too many people to thank individually for the success of this event, but we would like to name a few: Drew Dyson, CEO; the board of trustees; Lisa Adler, CDO, and the development team; Donna Cosgrove, COO, and the program team and volunteers; Sharon Hurley and the social services team; Kathy Whelan, director of communications; and the technology and administrative teams.
This event was, for the 200 who attended, a reminder of the impact that PSRC has through its focus on building community, making connections, lifelong learning, and providing support. We saw in action how PSRC strives and succeeds to help older adults thrive. We were reminded of how PSRC “turned on a dime” to provide virtual programming and support during COVID. PSRC has served over 5,500 participants and is a welcoming and inclusive place with something for everyone, whether you’re 55 or 105, and whether you are in Princeton, Trenton, Yardley, or Florida!