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elements Announces Special Dinner With Guest Chef Jeff Michaud of Osteria in Philadelphia

On Thursday, March 8, 2018 reservations starting at 5 PM, elements is excited to welcome guest chef Jeff Michaud of Osteria in Philadelphia, PA. Chef Michaud and Chef Anderson will create a special 6-course menu featuring local ingredients and dishes focused around the larder of Osteria and elements.

6 Courses $99
Beverage pairing tier 1 $65
Beverage pairing tier 2 $99

There is limited seating for this one-time event, reserve your table now so you don’t miss out:

 

Reserve Here or Call 609.924.0078

 

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Princeton Senior Resource Center Announces Free Tax Assistance for Seniors

The Princeton Senior Resource Center will again sponsor free tax assistance for low and moderate income older adults in the wider Princeton area who are filing personal returns. IRS-Trained volunteers from AARP will be available to prepare New Jersey State and Federal returns. Returns will be filed electronically. The program serves all but help is directed mainly to adults age 60+ as volunteers are particularly familiar with tax regulations and rebate programs that affect seniors.

Assistance is available by appointment at the Suzanne Patterson Building, 45 Stockton St, behind Monument Hall. Call PSRC at 924-7108 for an appointment.

Fridays 8:30am-12:00 noon at the Suzanne Patterson Building, 45 Stockton St, behind Borough Hall.

Participants must bring copies of their 2016 Federal and New Jersey tax returns, as well as all necessary 2017 tax information, including W-2 and 1099 income forms, property tax bill, and receipts for itemized deductions such as medical bills and charitable contributions.

Friends of Princeton Open Space (FOPOS) Announces Winners of Photography Contest

First Place: Monika Reimitz, Bridge Vista

Friends of Princeton Open Space (FOPOS) has awarded prizes for photographs taken at the Billy Johnson Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve during the organization's 3rd Annual Give Thanks for Nature photo contest, which started on OptOutside Friday (Black Friday) and was co-sponsored by outdoor equipment and clothing co-operative, REI. OptOutside is an REI initiative to encourage people to reconnect to the outdoors over the holidays. As part of the initiative, the national outdoor clothing and equipment retailer closes its stores on the day after Thanksgiving.

The Give Thanks for Nature photo contest garnered 41 entries showing the beauty of the Preserve in the late fall, and got local residents outside to enjoy nature during a busy time of year. REI, which has made generous grants to FOPOS for various projects in the Preserve, supplied prizes for the top three photos. This year's winners are:

                  First Place: Monika Reimitz, Bridge Vista
                  Second Place: Jennifer Driscoll, Spring Overflow
                  Third Place: Niels Kistrup, Lake Foliage

First place received a $25 REI gift card with a hiking backpack and water bottle. Second place received an REI tote bag, water bottle, thermos, and neck gaiter. Third place received an REI water bottle and thermos.

Friends of Princeton Open Space is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization established in 1969 that works to preserve and protect open space in Princeton, creates and maintains trails in its parks, and conducts educational hikes, classes and camps. FOPOS has its headquarters at the Billy Johnson Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve, which it helped Princeton Township to acquire in 1987-88. The Preserve includes streams, lakes, marshes, woods and a native plant garden, and is crisscrossed by trails that are part of an 8.5 mile network through 400 acres of preserved open space and farmland that is the Greater Mountain Lakes Recreation Area. Currently, FOPOS is starting work on an 18-acre forest  restoration project on the west side of Mountain Lake.

REI (Recreational Equipment, Inc.) was started by a group of 23 mountain climbing buddies and is now the nation's largest consumer cooperative. Each year it donates millions of dollars to support conservation efforts nationwide and sends teams of members, customers and REI employees to build trails, clean up beaches, restore local habitats and work on other outdoor projects. REI's Princeton store on Route 1 is part of this effort and has worked cooperatively with FOPOS on several projects.

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PDS Announces Alumni Award Recipients

In photo, clockwise from top left, Barbie Cole, Rob Whitlock, Davon Reed, and Chris Campbell.

Princeton – Princeton Day School is thrilled to welcome back our alumni community on May 18 and 19 for Alumni Weekend. During the weekend, we will honor some of our alums with our annual service, achievement, and outstanding young alumni awards; and we will induct a new member into our Athletic Hall of Fame. We are pleased to announce this year’s award recipients:

 

The John D. Wallace ’48 Alumni Service Award: Barbara Griffin Cole ’78

Barbara Griffin Cole ’78 attended Princeton Day School and St. Paul's School before earning her B.A. and M. Arch. from Princeton University. She is the founder of Barbara Griffin Architects, based in Hopewell, and is the parent of three PDS alumni.  Barbie served on the Princeton Day School Board of Trustees from 2000-2017, ultimately serving as Chair from 2012 to 2017. Prior to that appointment, she served as Vice Chair of the Board and on many Board committees, including: Campus Space; Building and Grounds; Executive; Facilities Steering; Leadership Gift; Diversity; Development; Finance; the Committee on Trustees; Financial Aid Task Force; and the Campaign Cabinet. She also served as the Co-Chair of the Educational Policy Committee and Educational Policy Task Force on Middle States Accreditation and the Mission Fulfillment Committee and the Co-Chair of the Campaign Steering Committee for the Investing in Excellence Campaign.

 

Alumni Achievement Award: Robert C. Whitlock, Jr. ’78

Robert Whitlock ’78 is a Principal at Kohn Pedersen Fox Architects in New York, and is renowned for his role as a designer of high-rise towers, mixed-use developments, and large-scale master plans all over the world. He received his B.S. from the University of Virginia, and his M. Arch. from Columbia University. Since beginning professional practice over 25 years ago, Rob has focused on density, public space, programmatic integration, supertall building, and the influences of these elements on the quality and sustainability of the “global city.” Rob's design for the densely clustered Marina Bay Financial Centre in Singapore has become an oft-cited model for urban development. Other high-rise projects include Wheelock Square, the tallest building in the Puxi district of Shanghai, the AZIA Center, and the CSCEC Tower, both in the Pudong District, China’s financial and commercial hub. He has been honored with the FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Award (2012) and the MIPIM Asia Business Centres Award (2011). Based in New York City, Rob has served on the PDS Board of Trustees since 2016.

 

Outstanding Young Alumni Award: Christopher C. Campbell ’03   


Air Force Major Christopher Campbell ’03 is the chief F-35 Experimental Test Pilot and Assistant Director of Operations, 461st Flight Test Squadron at Edwards Air Force Base in California. He graduated from the US Air Force Academy with a B.S. in aeronautical engineering and a minor in Japanese language. He received the highest honors in his class and was awarded the Marshall Scholarship by the British Government for two years of graduate study at Cambridge. Chris was deployed to Guam in 2013 where he completed joint exercises with the Japanese Air Self Defense Force. In 2014, he was deployed to the Middle East where he saw combat aiding Iraqi Kurdish forces against ISIS. In 2017, Chris was selected to represent the Air Force as an astronaut nominee.

 

Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee: Davon M. Reed ’13

Davon Reed ’13 played on the Princeton Day School Varsity Boys Basketball team for four years, scoring more than 2000 points and being named Prep B Player of the Year in New Jersey, All-Area Player of the year twice, and a McDonald’s All-American candidate. After graduation from PDS, he played basketball at the University of Miami where his skill on the court was matched by his success in the classroom. As a senior, Davon was named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference Third Team and All-Atlantic Coast Conference Defensive Team, and earned the Skip Prosser Award for Scholar Athletes. In addition, he was nominated for the Allstate NABC Good Works Team for his commitment to community service. Upon graduation from Miami, Davon was selected with the 32nd pick in the 2017 NBA Draft to play for the Phoenix Suns of the NBA.

 

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Municipality of Princeton Announces Customer Service Department 'Access Princeton'

The Municipality of Princeton is proud to announce that it has created a new department called Access Princeton.  The idea is to offer superior customer service to its residents. 

The town has also partnered with SeeClickFix - an application where residents can report to the town everything from missed trash pickups to storm-water clogs, broken streetlights and signs, downed trees and unsafe buildings, all non-emergency issues.  Click here to submit a report.

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An Important Announcement Regarding RiverStone Kitchen and Bath Design
An Important Announcement Regarding RiverStone Kitchen and Bath Design
Name Change - Same Excellant Design

 After six years of partnership, RiverStone Kitchen and Bath has divided and expanded into Martin Builders & Renovators, a full service construction company and Blue Lotus Kitchen and Bath Design.

Blue Lotus Kitchen and Bath Design will continue specializing in creating distinctive kitchens and baths.  We will continue with our full service design studio located in Pennington, NJ.

Our name has changed, but our commitment to the design of beautiful and functional home spaces is the same.

Please stop by the Blue Lotus Kitchen and Bath Design studio or visit our social media pages: FaceBook, Houzz, Twitter, and Pinterest.

 

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