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Montgomery 1009

Montgomery 1009

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www.themontgomerysun.com
OCTOBER 9–15, 2013
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The Meet the Candidates series continues online this week atwww.themontgomerysun.com. Read candidate responses to the two followingquestions: 1.) Many senior officers are eligible for retirement in the township.If elected, how do you plan on handling the evolution of the police department?2.) What led you to the decision to run for election?
Courtesy Gurveen Thakkar
More than 170 students, family members and staff members from Montgomery High School attended the Special Education PTA’s An-nual Welcome Back BBQ on Sept. 27 at Montgomery Park. There was a full BBQ with hamburgers, hotdogs and refreshments, as wellas an array of activities for children.
Welcome Back BBQ
Girl Scoutsawardedfor project
BY HEATHER FIORE
The Montgomery Sun
The Somerset County ParkCommission recently recognizedthree Girl Scouts in Troop No. 236of Montgomery Township fortheir efforts cleaning and restor-ing the cemetery at the formerSkillman Village/North Prince-ton Developmental Center.The Scouts, 14-year-olds ClaireDecker, Jenna Devchand andSophia Sharpless, worked on theproject to earn their SilverAward, the highest award a GirlScout Cadette can earn, by dedi-cating 50 hours to a community-related endeavor.The project involved clearingovergrown vegetation, cleaningand repairing headstones, newsignage, fencing, landscaping andpreparing a detailed list of indi-viduals interred.“Our troop wanted to give backto our community, and we knewthat the Somerset County ParksCommission was working onturning the area near Village Ele-mentary into a park,” Devchandsaid. “We thought that therewould be some way to help withthe start of the park, so we con-tacted them and they asked for
 please see
GIRL, page 4
 
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THE MONTGOMERY SUN — OCTOBER 9–15, 2013
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Annual vendor fairis Oct. 16 at church
The Millstone Valley Columbi-ettes Third Annual Vendor Fairwill be held on Wednesday, Oct. 16at 6:30 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Churchand Parish, located at 34 York-town Road in Hillsborough.The event is free and open tothe public.Some of the vendors includePampered Chef, Origami OwlJewelry, Thirty-One Bags, DoveChocolates, Arborne Skin Care,Tastefully Simple, LongabergerBaskets and Mary Kay.
Art exhibition at AmyGarrett house Oct. 26
Rocky Hill Community Groupwill be holding its third annualart exhibition in the historic AmyGarrett house at 62 WashingtonSt. in Rocky Hill on Saturday, Oct.26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.All artwork will be for sale andwill benefit both the artists andthe RHCG, a non-profit, volunteerorganization founded in 1965 toprovide recreational, educational,cultural and social activities forthe town.The mission of the RHCG is topromote and foster the historicalvalue of our community throughpreservation of the Amy GarrettHouse and Rocky Hill Archivesand promotion of RockyHill as a National Historical Dis-trict.For further information con-tact Jill Cook at (609) 921-9597.
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Send us your Montgomery news
Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Drop us an email at
news@themontgomerysun.com
. Fax us at 856-427-0934. Call the editor at 609-751-0245.
 
OCTOBER 9–15, 2013THE MONTGOMERY SUN
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28 Heritage Way 
RECENTLY SOLD HOMES
Sold:
$615,000
Real estate tax:
$15,880 / 2012
Approximate Lot Size:
1.84 acresThis two-story victorian on a quiet cul-de-sac has five bedrooms and two full andone half bathrooms. Outside, there is afenced-in pool, patio, deck and wrap-around porch. Other features include afireplace, two-car garage and porch.
60 Monroe Ave.
Sold:
$608,500
Real estate tax:
$13,430 / 2012
Approximate Lot Size:
1.41 acresThis two-story colonial has four bedroomsand two full and one half bathrooms.Features include two-zone heating and air,gas fireplace, new kitchen with graniteand a Viking range, study with custombuilt-ins and paver walkways.
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Sponsors:
1st Constitution Bank, Robinsons Chocolates, Callaway Henderson Sotheby's Int'l Realty, Cheryl Stites/Callaway Henderson Sotheby's Int'l Realty Agent, Dr. Joseph Pecora/Montgomery Medical Associates, Drs. Pullen,Peterson, Brower & Gallick, Harlingen Veterinary Clinic, Hilton Realty Co., LLC, HomeCare Veterinary Clinic, Honda of Princeton, Improved Insurance Coverage Agency, Inc., J. Craig Tyl, DMD and Michael P. Fogarty, DDS, Mary V.De Cicco DMD, Mason, Griffin & Pierson, P.C., Montgomery News, Nassau Tennis Club, Tom Gallina/Northwestern Mutual, Pinto & Butler Attorneys at Law, Princeton North Shopping Center, Princeton Orthopaedic Associates,Princeton Packet, RBC Wealth Management, Rotary Club of Montgomery/Rocky Hill, Springpoint Senior Living, The Bank of Princeton, The Montgomery Sun, Total Home Manager LLC, Zook Dinon
Friends of Mary Jacobs LibraryCordially invites you to attend our 8th Annual Fundraiser 
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at Mary Jacobs Memorial Library 64 Washington Street, Rocky Hill
Live Music, Silent AuctionSaturday, November 2, 2013
7-10 pm • $75 per person
Please RSVP by October 12 by calling 609-924-7073maryjacobsfoundation@gmail.com
 All attendees must be pre-paid and 21 years of age and over.

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