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Remembering Robeson

Ode to Rev. McAlpin

Poem

Meet Corey Laramore

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In honor of Mothers and Father’s Day, this poem is dedicated to Albert Liverman, Gene Branch, Eric and Minnie Craig, Jay Craig, Ramona Huff, The Johnsons, The McKellar’s, Ronald Wells, Lynette Murphy, Emmanuel and Hazel Rhodes, Minnie Rhodes, Carolyn Love, Cinco Thompson, Karen J. Marrow, and the many other parents who are now resting, but shaped and inspired our lives here in Princeton!

We Thank the Lord Dear Parents

By Rev. Gregory S. Smith

 

We felt your hands dear mother 

They touched with love so strong

They nurtured and they fed us 

Lamenting every song;

 

We felt your strength dear father

Protecting rain and storm,

They stretched and birthed vast lessons

They challenged endless norms;

 

We heard your voice dear mother

We heed your gentle call,

Still marveling at those wondrous thoughts 

That saved us from our fall;

 

We watched with awe dear father 

We walk the road you paved,

No longer deemed a fearless path 

We live the dream you saved; 

 

We thank the Lord, dear parents

With all our force and mind,

We live, we breath more freely

Your lessons left behind; 

 

With every passing living day

Discovering “we” through “you”

We reach and glean your endless vault

Reclaiming fresh and new;

 

And now we see our children, now they see you through us

They calculate our every move, however pure and just;

 

Thank God for all your wisdom

Helping our journey through,

We vow to celebrate each gift

And build new dreams through you!

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CONGRATULATIONS TO PRINCETON'S OWN KELLY CURTIS

 

Congratulations and heartfelt support are sent to Kelly Curtis who, as a member of the U.S. Women’s Skeleton Racing Team, will represent the United States at the 2022 Olympic Winter Games in Beijing, China. There are several pictures of her on the skeleton sled, just google her name – Kelly Curtis Princeton, or Kelly Curtis bobsled.

Kelly, daughter of Mr. John and Mrs. Deborah Curtis and youngest of four, was born, raised, and educated in Princeton, New Jersey. Kelly was a noted athlete throughout her Princeton High and The Lawrenceville School years and as a student at Springfield College.

Honoree: Leighton Newlin

Date: January 5, 2022

Elected: Princeton Councilmember

 

Honoree: Rev. Gregory Smith

Award: Ordination and Installation as Pastor

Date: November 20, 2021

Awarded By: Second Calvary Baptist Church, Hopewell, NJ

 

Honoree: Shirley Satterfield

Award: Community Engagement Award

Date: November 17, 2021

Awarded By: Princeton University and Pace Center for Civic Engagement

 

Honoree: Shirley Satterfield

Award: Liz Erickson Impact Award

Date: October 28, 2021

Awarded By: NonProfit Connection

Honoree: Bob Hillier, FAIA

Award: Reginald F. Lewis Community Service Award for Excellence in Business

Date: February 12, 2021

Awarded By: First Baptist Church of Princeton

 

Honoree: Shirley A. Satterfield

Award: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Award

Date: January 16, 2021

Awarded By: New Jersey Education Association (NJEA)

 

Honoree: Rev. David McAlpin

Award: Recognition Celebration

Date: January 30, 2021

Awarded By: Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church

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