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Letter: Thanks for Dining by Design POP! 2012

WOW!” Was the word used by many as they entered Frick Laboratories, Princeton University for the Arts Council of Princeton’s Dining by Design: POP! Fundraiser held on December 1, 2012.

 

To the Editor:

“WOW!” Was the word used by many as they entered Frick Laboratories, Princeton University for the Arts Council of Princeton’s Dining by Design: POP! Fundraiser held on December 1, 2012. The ACP would like to thank our event sponsors, dinner hosts, guest artist presenters, auction donors and our event committee, especially the talented and dedicated décor Co-Chairs Dawn McClatchy and Sandy Bonasera and their team. We would also like to thank the over 400 attendees who supported our event and recognize our Board of Trustees for their unprecedented generosity and dedication. In addition, we truly appreciate Princeton University for providing the spectacular event venue.

We are proud to have exceeded our fundraising goals to continue our critical support of important free programs that make the arts accessible to at-risk youth, seniors and people from all backgrounds. Programs for at-risk youth include: Arts Exchange (for HomeFront of Trenton), Art Reach (for Princeton Young Achievers and Princeton Nursery School), and Kids at Work: Discovery through Art (for Princeton Regional Schools). This funding is also supports scholarships to ensure that our classes are accessible to all and for Creative Aging Programming for Seniors and Caregivers. For more information about these and other Arts Council of Princeton programs we invite you to visit our website www.artscouncilofprinceton.org.

Thank you again to everyone for your continuing support in helping to achieve our mission of “building community through the arts.”

Sincerely,
Jeff Nathanson, Executive Director
Jeniah “Kookie” Johnson, Director of Community Relations

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