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Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Civic Engagement and Educational Awards of Recognition Presented at May 7 Membership Luncheon

05/07/2009

The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Education Committee presented its Annual Business Education Initiative Award to Eleanor V. Horne, Vice President, ETS Social Investment Fund, at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce May 7 Monthly Membership Luncheon Meeting at the Marriott Princeton Hotel and Conference Center at Forrestal. The Business Education Initiative Award is sponsored by DeVry University.

 

In addition to the Business Education Initiative Award, the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Foundation presented The Kristin Appelget Civic Engagement Student Awards to the following local junior high school students who have made outstanding contributions to their communities by working or volunteering through civic, school, religious, political and other organizations:  Rachel Gittleman, Sarah Horton, and Sarah Schulte, all of Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart; Stephen Kaplan, South Brunswick High School; and Neal Bakshi, Princeton Day School.  

 

“The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce is pleased to partner with the Princeton Regional Foundation to recognize these outstanding young people for their contributions to their communities,” said Peter Crowley President and CEO of the Princeton Regional Chamber. “The Chamber is also pleased to see Eleanor Horne recognized for her achievements in enhancing the educational opportunities for students in our region.”  

 

The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Business Education Initiative award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated exceptional educational initiatives and who have contributed to public and private partnerships.   

 

The Kristin Appelget Civic Engagement Student Awards Program is named for former CEO & President of the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce who served from 2003-2006.   The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Foundation accepted nominations and applications from high school juniors who have made a significant contribution to their communities by civic engagement in school, religious, political and other organizations. The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Foundation seeks to reinforce the goals of civic engagement and civic participation by acknowledging the contributions of young people.


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