Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad members demonstrated their skills during Communiversity on Sunday.
Princeton First Aid And Rescue Squad
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
The Alchemist & Barrister in Princeton will donate proceeds to help the family of Michael Kenwood, who died during Hurricane Irene.
Men, are your beards getting long yet? It's only days away from the end of The Alchemist & Barrister's Annual LongBeard Benefit at the pub's St. Patrick's Day Party on Sunday March 17 beginning at 5 p.m. Beards will be measured with prizes and bragging rights awarded for the Longest Beard, Ugliest Beard and Best Looking Beard. The evening of festivities benefit a local charity and this year's recipients will be the wife and daughter of the late Michael Kenwood. A member of the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad, Kenwood lost his life during a rescue attempt during Hurricane Irene in 2011. "Each year, our staff and patrons support a local charity that reflects the courage and commitment of our community," said A&B's Executive Chef/…
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The festivities will benefit the wife and daughter of the late Michael Kenwood, who lost his life in a rescue attempt during Hurricane Irene in 2011.
Gentlemen, stow your razors and get ready to grow a beard in a good cause. The Alchemist & Barrister's Annual LongBeard Benefit gets underway on February 1, 2013. It's the first in a series of shamrock-starred events, leading up to the landmark pub's St. Patrick's Day Party on March 17th. So how do you sign up? Just head over to The Alchemist & Barrister, clean shaven, on February 1 and donate $25 to enter the competition. Beards will be measured at the party on the 17th with prizes and bragging rights awarded for the Longest Beard, Ugliest Beard and Best Looking Beard. The festivities always benefit a local charity and this year's recipients will be the wife and daughter of the late Michael Kenwood. A member of the Princeton First Aid …
Thursday, October 25, 2012
PFARS has purchased two adjoining properties on Clearview Avenue. The squad plans to tear down the existing building and build a 20,000 sq. ft. building at a preliminary cost estimate of $7.25 million.
With an outdated facility and a serious lack of space, Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad has starting the process to expand its presence on North Harrison Street. This week, PFARS President Peter Simon presented a concept plan of a new building at the squad’s existing site at the corner of N. Harrison Street and Clearview Avenue. PFARS has purchased two adjoining properties- at 8 Clearview Ave. and 14 Clearview Ave. Princeton Township Committee on Monday unanimously introduced a zoning ordinance, which, if approved would allow the PFARS expansion as a conditional use. A public hearing is scheduled for Nov. 19. “Our need for a new building has been clear for years, and our appearance here is an initial step to make this a reality,” …
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
The community gathered on Tuesday to celebrate Princeton EMT Michael Kenwood on the one year anniversary of his death during Hurricane Irene on Aug. 28, 2011.
The community gathered on Tuesday to remember and honor Michael Kenwood, the volunteer EMT and rescue technician who died exactly one year ago, on Aug. 28, 2011, while attempting a swift water rescue during Hurricane Irene. The memorial service was held at 11 a.m. at Greenway Meadows Park, 275 Rosedale Road in Princeton. There were remembrances of Kenwood and the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad dedicated a park bench in his memory. “The squad wanted to do something a little more in-depth, to do something that marks the one-year anniversary of Michael's death," PFARS President Peter Simon told Patch recently. "We lost a hero, a really fantastic person who volunteered his time to make this community better, so people can have a …