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www.westwindsorsun.com
DECEMBER 11–17, 2013
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Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Police Report . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Robotics win
High school team brings
home first place. PAGE 4
HEATHER FIORE/The Sun
The West Windsor Arts Council is hosting an affordable art exhibit, ‘Off the Wall,’ where guests can purchase whatever pieces they’d
like directly off the wall at the Center, located at 952 Alexander Road in Princeton Junction. For more information, call (609)
716-1931.
‘Off the Wall’ art exhibit on display
Fundraiser
benefits
typhoon
victims
By HEATHER FIORE
The Sun
After hearing about how the
Philippines typhoon affected a
classmate’s family, two third-
grade girls at Dutch Neck Ele-
mentary organized a fundraiser
to benefit victims of the recent
event.
Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philip-
pines in mid-November and has
claimed almost 2,000 lives to date.
Close to 1 million families have
been disrupted by the event in
some way, whether injured or dis-
placed from their homes.
Charlotte Lichtenstein and
Bella Sughrue wanted to help one
of their classmates, Gianna,
whose family lives in the Philip-
pines, so they organized a special
event with the West Windsor-
Plainsboro Soccer Association on
Nov. 16, where they set up a table
to sell bracelets.
“We sold Rainbow Loom
bracelets and cookies,” Lichten-
stein said. “We also sold little
charms that I made for the
bracelets.”
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2 THE WEST WINDSOR SUN — DECEMBER 11–17, 2013
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In celebration of the holiday
season, Dick Druckman, world
renowned sports photogra-
pher. and owner of Gold Medal
Impressions Gallery, Inc., an-
nounces that his gallery will
give customers 33% off on all
purchases.
This year's holiday sale will
feature extraordinary "iconic
sports moments", including
Mariano Rivera's Last Pitch,
The Catch of the Century by
David Tyree from Super Bowl
42, Michael Jordan waving
goodbye after his last game,
and most recently, images from
the 2013 World Series won by
the Red Sox. Also, This year's
holiday sale will highlight im-
ages from the 2012 London
Olympics and the 2013 NFL
season featuring the Philadel-
phia Eagles, New York Jets, and
New York Giants. In addition,
Dick has captured great photos
of local high school athletes
from WWP South and WWP
North, including their Bands.
Dick has been photographing
athletes for more than 40 years,
seeking the most exciting shots
for Sports Illustrated, The Asso-
ciated Press, USA Today, Parade
Magazine, and other prominent
News outlets around the world.
According to Bud Greenspan,
the late renowned sports film-
maker of the Olympic Games,
“Dick Druckman's photographs
are poignant portraits of Ath-
letes before, during, and after
competition. His work is the ful-
fillment of the adage, that "a pic-
ture is worth a thousand words".
Dick was recently featured
on ABC WORLD NEWS WITH
DIANE SAWYER as a person
who has succeeded at a second
career, marrying his passion
for photography with his love
of sports.
For the third consecutive
year, GOLD MEDAL IMPRES-
SIONS, INC. has been selected
for the Best in 2013 Collectable
Sports Photography Award by
the U.S. Commerce Association.
Nationwide, only 1% of the
2013 Award recipients qualified
as Three Time Award Winners.
Gold Medal Impressions Inc.
is located at 43 Princeton High-
tstown Road in Princeton Junc-
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5pm daily. Much of Dick's col-
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DECEMBER 11–17, 2013 – THE WEST WINDSOR SUN 3
The following information was
provided by the West Windsor
Township Police Department.
Between Nov. 6 and Nov. 14, a
24-year-old female manipulated
the Kohl’s computer transaction
system, allowing her to steal
Kohl’s gift and cash cards. The
total value stolen was $307.56. The
woman was arrested for theft by
deception. She was later released
pending a future court date.
In October 2012, the West Wind-
sor Police Department became a
prescription drug drop-off point
in the statewide “Project Medi-
cine Drop” initiative. Det. Poskay
was assigned the task of oversee-
ing this program.
On Nov. 7, he and Det. Skwier-
awski delivered 253 pounds of
prescription drugs to Covanta
Union Inc. in Rahway for destruc-
tion.
The drugs were incinerated
while they witnessed the destruc-
tion. West Windsor will continue
to participate in this program to
rid the streets of potentially de-
structive prescription drugs.
On Nov. 12 at 4:40 p.m., Home
Depot loss prevention observed a
33-year-old female conceal vari-
ous Christmas decorations and
then attempt to exit the store in
the Nassau Park retail center. The
decorations were valued at ap-
proximately $138.
The woman was charged with
shoplifting and later released
pending a future court date.
On Nov. 13 at 11:16 a.m., Sgt.
Evans, Officers Zacheis and
Brodowski responded to Kohl’s
department store at the Nassau
Park retail center on report of
two shoplifters in custody.
Upon arrival, loss prevention
advised they observed two female
shoplifters conceal merchandise
on their persons and pass all
points of sale without paying for
the merchandise.
Both females were taken into
custody, handcuffed, transported
to police headquarters and
processed for the arrest. After
each was charged with one third-
degree charge of shoplifting, they
were released on their own recog-
nizance.
The amount of the involved
merchandise was $808.95.
POLICE REPORT
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The West Windsor-Plainsboro
Regional School District FIRST
Robotics High School Team FRC
1923, The MidKnight Inventors,
was the winner of the recent
Brunswick Eruption.
The Frisbee-throwing and
pyramid-climbing robot won the
championship together with al-
liance partners FRC 375 High
Voltage (Brooklyn) and FRC 375
Robotic Plague (Staten Island).
Forty high school teams from
seven states participated in the
competition. The MidKnight In-
ventors is a team of students
from High School North and High
School South.
In addition to building compet-
itive robots, the students are com-
mitted to expanding interest in
science, technology, engineering,
and math throughout the school
district and the West Windsor and
Plainsboro communities.
You can learn more about the
robotics team at FIRSTRobot-
ics1923.org. The mission of
FIRST (For Inspiration and
Recognition of Science and Tech-
nology) is to inspire young people
to be science and technology lead-
ers by engaging them in exciting
mentor-based programs that
build science, engineering and
technology skills; inspire innova-
tion; and foster well-rounded life
capabilities including self-confi-
dence, communication and lead-
ership.
FIRST enables high school stu-
dents to learn about working as a
team, fundraising, making corpo-
rate presentations and "gracious
professionalism."
FIRST Robotics teaches stu-
dents to appreciate the fun and
hard work of technology.
Special to The Sun
The West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District FIRST Robot-
ics High School Team FRC 1923, The MidKnight Inventors, recently
won the Brunswick Eruption competition.
Robotics team wins competition
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Fax us at 856-427-0934. Call
the editor at 609-751-0245.
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Author to speak at library on Dec. 15
The West Windsor Branch of
the Mercer County Library Sys-
tem will present Dr. Dinesh Shar-
ma, author of the book “Barack
Obama in Hawaii and Indonesia,”
which was rated as the Top Black
History Book for 2012 by the ALA.
Sharma will be giving a talk on
his new edited book, “The Global
Obama: Crossroad of Leadership
in the 21st Century” (co-editor,
Professor Uwe P. Gielen) on Sun-
day, Dec. 15 from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30
p.m. at the West Windsor Library,
located at 333 N. Post Road in
Princeton Junction.
This book examines Obama’s
image and analyzes how Obama
and America are viewed by
publics, governments and politi-
cal commentators around the
world.
It is the first book that tries to
grasp "the Obama Phenomenon"
in totality, as perceived by popula-
tions around the world.
Sharma, PhD, is associate re-
search professor at SUNY-Bing-
hamton; senior fellow at the Insti-
tute for International and Cross-
Cultural Research, St. Francis
College, NYC; and a columnist for
Asia Times Online, Al Jazeera,
Global Intelligence and other
newspapers.
He received his Doctorate in
psychology and human develop-
ment from Harvard University,
and lives in West Windsor.
Online registration is suggest-
ed. To register, visit mcl.org, go to
Programs, then select December
15 in the calendar at the top right
of the page. If you need help reg-
istering, call (609) 275-8901.
Bridge reopens on Old Trenton Road
Just as the holiday season gets
under way, Mercer County Execu-
tive Brian M. Hughes and West
Windsor Mayor Shing-Fu Hsueh
recently announced the reopen-
ing of the bridge carrying Old
Trenton Road (County Route 535)
over the Assunpink Creek in
West Windsor.
Just a little more than four
months ago, the mayor and the
county executive helped break
ground at the site of the project.
Now, both officials happily re-
ported the project was completed
right on schedule. The bridge,
which is located between Rob-
binsville-Edinburg Road (County
Route 526) and Edinburg
Road/Windsor Road (County
Route 641), was built in 1927 and
was considered structurally defi-
cient and no longer
capable of handling today’s traf-
fic.
Hsueh credited the construc-
tion team for its hard work in
meeting the stated deadline.
“I would like to thank Mercer
County Executive Brian Hughes
and commend the construction
team for the excellent job they
performed on the Old Trenton
Road bridge project,” Hsueh
said.
The project consisted of com-
plete demolition and removal of
the existing concrete bridge. The
replacement structure is a single
span bridge, composed of galva-
nized steel stingers supporting a
reinforced concrete deck. The
new, widened bridge has two 11-
foot-wides through lanes, a 10-
foot-wide center turn slot, and
two six-foot shoulders. Addition-
ally, there is a six-foot sidewalk on
the north side of the bridge to
allow for a through sidewalk
along the roadway at some point
in the future. The existing traffic
signal at the intersection of Edin-
burg-Windsor Road and Old Tren-
ton Road was upgraded. Also, a
new traffic signal was installed at
the Robbinsville-Edinburg Road
intersection with Old Trenton
Road. A left-turn slot was added
onto both Edinburg Road and
Robbinsville-Edinburg Road, to
reduce traffic back-ups during
peak periods.
The Mercer County Board of
Chosen Freeholders approved the
award of bid to Lucas Construc-
tion Group of Morganville on
May 21. The cost of the project is
$2,138,588.11 and was funded
through the annual transporta-
tion programs from the New Jer-
sey Department of Transporta-
tion Division of Local Aid.
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letter to the editor
6 THE WEST WINDSOR SUN — DECEMBER 11–17, 2013
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EXECUTIVE EDITOR Tim Ronaldson
VICE PRESIDENT OF SALES Joe Eisele
MANAGING EDITOR Mary L. Serkalow
CONTENT EDITOR Kristen Dowd
WEST WINDSOR EDITOR Heather Fiore
ART DIRECTOR Tom Engle
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CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Barry Rubens
VICE CHAIRMAN Michael LaCount, Ph.D.
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EDITOR EMERITUS Alan Bauer
With days getting darker
longer, be mindful on the road
589, 163, 14, Hut!
Okay, huddle up. It's that time of year
when it gets darker for longer, so let's re-
view the playbook – motorists, meet me at
the next paragraph; walkers and runners,
second one down; cyclists, third one down.
Break.
Motorists, slow down. The speed limit is
a maximum, not a minimum. Our excel-
lent night vision as a teenager is fading
fast – we need twice as much light to see as
well as 20 years ago, and in 20 more, we'll
need twice as much light again. Stop for
pedestrians crossing at intersections,
there's a crosswalk there legally if not
physically. And pay attention – huddle up
at the last paragraph. What number are
we?
Walkers and runners, wear reflective
clothing. Or, at least wear light-colored
clothing, and/or bring a flashlight when
out at night. Walk against traffic, cross at
intersections, and use the buttons to start
the flashing lights at crosswalks. Also, pay
attention – huddle up at the last paragraph.
What number are we?
Cyclists, use your lights. Front and rear,
the new ones are bright and affordable –
set them on blinking to extend battery life.
Ride with traffic and follow the rules of the
road; we have the same rights and respon-
sibilities as other drivers. And pay atten-
tion – huddle up at the last paragraph.
What number are we?
Back together here. Before we head out,
remember, team performance depends on
each of us playing our part. We're all No. 1,
and nobody wants to be any of the num-
bers in the first sentence, which are 2012
New Jersey traffic fatalities – total, pedes-
trians and cyclists.
Jerry Foster
president, West Windsor
Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance
Y
ou’ve heard it time and again
lately, but it’s worth repeating:
Shop local this holiday season!
We’re already two weeks into this
shortened holiday shopping season –
since Thanksgiving was so late this
year – but if you haven’t already fin-
ished your shopping, you should
strongly consider buying as local as
you possibly can.
Keeping your spending dollars in
your hometown, or at least in the re-
gion, has immense benefits on the
local economy.
Even companies as large as Ameri-
can Express are touting the impor-
tance of shopping local. The company
started the now well-known Small
Business Saturday – the Saturday
after Thanksgiving, the day after
Black Friday – in 2010 to promote
small businesses. Just last year, a
study reported an estimated $5.5 bil-
lion was spent at small businesses on
that day in 2012!
A vibrant and successful local busi-
ness community has a trickle-down ef-
fect on our own pockets. Just think:
• Successful local businesses make
other businesses want to locate in our
town.
• More businesses equals more rata-
bles, which, in turn, lowers our taxes.
• The more ratables we have, and the
lower our taxes are, the more attrac-
tive our community becomes to future
residents.
It all starts with you. If you have a
choice between buying a gift at a big
box store or a local mom-and-pop, sup-
port your neighbors by making that
purchase locally.
Our small businesses are already
struggling with a still-rebounding
economy and a holiday shopping sea-
son that is six days shorter than nor-
mal. Let’s all help them out by opening
their doors and opening our wallets to
them. We can make it a truly happy
holiday season.
in our opinion
Shop local!
This holiday season, support local businesses
Your thoughts
How are you playing your part this holiday
season? Share your shopping stories with
our readers through a letter to the editor.
Sharim V’Sharot, People of Song, of
Central New Jersey, will give a house con-
cert in a beautiful private home in West
Windsor on Dec. 15 at 3 p.m. Food and
music will be on the menu. Seating is limit-
ed. Reservations are required, along with a
donation payable by check to Sharim
v’Sharot; there is a minimum donation of
$20 at the door. Mail checks to Bill Wein-
stein, 39 Twin Rivers Drive, East Windsor,
NJ 08520.
For reservations, call (609) 443-1623. The
address of the concert will be released
after reservation is received.
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WEDNESDAY DEC. 11
Decorate a Pair of Gingerbread
Men: Ages 4 to 6. 4 p.m. to 4:30
p.m. at the West Windsor Library.
Use icing and candy to make two
gingerbread men or women. All
materials will be provided. Online
registration required. There are
18 spaces available. Go to mcl.org
to register.
THURSDAY DEC. 12
Finger Painting for Adults: 7 p.m.
to 8 p.m. at the West Windsor
Library. Relax and revel in the
simple joy of finger painting at
your library. No registration
required.
FRIDAY DEC. 13
Friday Morning Bookies: “The Brief
Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao” by
Junot Díaz. 10:30 a.m. to 11:30
a.m. at the West Windsor Library.
Things have never been easy for
Oscar, a sweet but disastrously
overweight, lovesick Dominican
nerd. From his home in New Jer-
sey, where he lives with his old-
world mother and rebellious sis-
ter, Oscar dreams of becoming
the Dominican J. R. R. Tolkien
and, most of all, of finding love.
SATURDAY DEC. 14
Author Talk: 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
at the West Windsor Library. Meet
Dinesh Sharma, author of the
book, “Barack Obama in Hawaii
and Indonesia,” and the editor of
“The Global Obama: Crossroads
of Leadership in the 21st Century.
No registration required.
SUNDAY DEC. 15
Bagels and Tots: 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
at Congregation Beth Chaim. Par-
ents, you and your young chil-
dren can be introduced to a wide
variety of Jewish concepts
through art, music, stories and
song. Parents and children will
learn about Jewish holidays,
meet our Rabbis and our Cantor,
learn Hebrew songs and share
snacks and laughter at each
meeting. Discounts for families
who are already connected to
Beth Chaim are available. For
more information, obtain the
schedule, or to register your child
or children, contact Anne
Berman-Waldorf, director of Life-
long Education, at (609) 799-
9693 or educator@bethchaim.
org. Congregation Beth Chaim is
located at 329 Village Road East
in Princeton Junction.
MONDAY DEC. 16
Evening Book Group: A Christmas
Sampler. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the
West Windsor Library. Join us for
classic stories of the season, fea-
turing favorites from Mark Twain
and John Cheever. No registra-
tion required.
TUESDAY DEC. 17
Beth Chaim Preschool presents
Stories and Crafts: Ages 2 to 6.
10:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the West
Windsor Library. Join us for a
special story and craft presented
by Beth Chaim Preschool. No reg-
istration required.
CALENDAR PAGE 8 DECEMBER 11–17, 2013
Lichtenstein said they created
and sold five different types of
bracelets for $1, $2, $3, $4 or $5
each. The simpler bracelets sold
for cheaper prices, while more
elaborate bracelets that incorpo-
rated fishtail braids and flower
beads were priced higher.
Both girls made the bracelets,
and continued to make them at
the event to ensure they never
sold out.
“We raised $70,” Lichtenstein
said. “Some people also gave do-
nations, aside from buying the
bracelets.”
Sughrue, who assisted with the
bracelet making and constructed
signs for the event, said the most
gratifying part was raising
money for the families in need.
“We donated the money to the
Red Cross,” she said.
Lichtenstein, who essentially
devised the idea to create the
fundraiser, also was proud she
and Sughrue were able to help.
“I enjoyed raising the money,
and I was so excited to give it to
them [people in need] because I
knew how happy they would be,”
Lichtenstein said.
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