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This article was prepared for the June 2, 2004 edition of U.S. 1 Newspaper. All rights reserved.
Between the Lines
We’ve had an eclectic range of cover subjects this spring. In March we covered an astronomy-based business, a Latin American music festival, the founding family of a summer camp, entrepreneurs who help nonprofits, and a networking group for senior citizens. In April the subjects ranged from hiring at big companies to the Junior League designer showcase. May brought the traditional dining issue (this year it was on New Hope and Lambertville) and coverage of the new Princeton Public Library building combined with in-depth information on the Pine Barrens. The last two issues in May were dark horse surprises — hybrid cars on May 19 and last week’s bestselling novel set on the Princeton University campus.
We start June with another “dark horse” entry. The June Fete emerged from nowhere and knocked a tech story off the cover. We couldn’t resist the appeal of a real live astronaut, a space demo on a 48-foot tractor trailer, a $3,500 meteorite, and a change of location to the Princeton University stadium.
Also in this issue you will find out how to weigh in on improvements to our transportation system, the Bus Rapid Transit proposal (page 48). There are two stories on Chapter 11 bankruptcy — news on how RCN is going into it (page 48) and tips from a Congoleum representative on how to get through it (page 11). Our plans for June include the Business Law issue on June 16 and the Health and Fitness issue on June 23.
But several stories are still in contention for the cover for the very next issue, June 9. Will the winner be the obvious choice or the dark horse? As of today, nobody here is willing to wager on that one. That would be like betting for or against Smarty Jones in the Belmont.
Note: If you have not sent in your information for the Health and Fitness Directory, you are not too late. Fax it right away to 609-452-0033. Thanks.
To the Editor
U.S.1 Newspaper did the community a great service in the May 19 issue by providing a listing of area home health care agencies. Families often find it difficult to find the time to research the many sources that are available when trying to find help for a loved one. With that in mind, the next time you plan to make such a list available to your readers, please include We Care Health Services.
Whether it be a registered nurse, a licensed practical nurse, a home health aide, or any combination of services, our role is to provide our clients the peace of mind knowing that their loved one will be well taken care of anytime — day or night. Our live-in companions allow the family to keep their loved ones at home.
Our owner-operated facility has been in the area for 17 years and is an accredited home care agency as well as Medicaid approved by the N.J. Division of Medical Assistance & Health Services (609-581-8400).
We Care Health Services
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