Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Our community was once again blessed with the opportunity to listen to wonderful music, support a good cause and revel in the good will that always accompanies a Bill & Judy Scheide Concert.
Wednesday, January 23
To the Editor: On behalf of the Princeton Recreation Department and the Princeton Parks & Recreation Fund, we want to thank the community for its incredible support of the Community Park Pool, which was the beneficiary of last Friday night’s birthday concert for Mr. William H. Scheide. Our community was once again blessed with the opportunity to listen to wonderful music, support a good cause and revel in the good will that always accompanies a Bill & Judy Scheide Concert. The concert was a smashing success and all of the money received from sponsors and ticket sales will go towards continuing the Recreation Department’s mandate to keep user fees as low as possible in order to continue to provide access to all members of the Princeton …
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
This year the sold out “Forever Young” concert to celebrate Bill Scheide's 99th birthday raised tens of thousands of dollars for Princeton's Community Park Pool.
Many things have been said about William Scheide and we’ll add just one more- the man sure knows how to throw a birthday party. Scheide, a longtime music lover, philanthropist and humanitarian, has celebrated his last six birthdays by throwing a giant party for the Princeton community, all to benefit local organizations. This year the sold out “Forever Young” concert to celebrate Scheide's 99th birthday at Princeton University’s Richardson Auditorium raised tens of thousands of dollars for Community Park Pool, a place where people have flocked for decades each summer. Friday evening’s featured classic works by Bax, Vivaldi, Beethoven, Britten, and others, most performed by the English Chamber Orchestra and led by conductor Mark Laycock. …
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Proceeds from the Jan. 27 benefit concert will benefit the library.
Thursday, February 2, 2012
To the Editor, On behalf of all of us at Princeton Public Library, I want to thank Bill and Judy Scheide for naming the library the beneficiary of the Jan. 27 Booked for the Evening concert at Richardson Auditorium. It was a magical evening and the library was pleased to have been part of the celebration of one of Princeton’s leading citizens. Bill’s lifelong devotion to books, music, civic causes and history of philanthropy are indeed cause for celebration. In addition to Bill and Judy, I would like to thank the many library supporters who attended the concert; the management and staff of Richardson Auditorium and University Ticketing, who along with event planner Linda Pizzico produced a flawless event in a beautiful venue. Our thanks…