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Between the Lines
We love writing about food, and our Dining Issues have run the gamut
from covering geographical areas (Witherspoon Street, New Brunswick,
or the ‘Burg) to focusing on a type of food (sushi, Spanish, Indian,
or Southern). This fall we focus on the unusual variety in supermarket
Good Sports awards go to Liz and David Scafa, who left their Princeton
Junction offices to pose at the McCaffrey’s in the Princeton Shopping
Center. David is a CPA who does financial services and is an
investment advisor (609-799-7268). Liz is a CFP and CPA who does
financial planning, investment management, and insurance
(609-750-0002). Special thanks also to Hector Lopez, the store
manager, and to Nancy Keen, prepared foods manager.
On behalf of the photographer, models, and the production people
involved with the Silhouettes of Hope calendar project, thank you for
the wonderful publicity (October 13). As a result, sales have reached
I am a six-year and third-generation survivor of breast cancer. Most
people do not know that the same number of people die each year from
this insidious disease as did in the 1930s. We conceived this project
to benefit the Breast Cancer Resource Center of the Princeton YWCA.
Whatever a patient’s individual needs, the BCRC gives, whether it be
counseling, a wig, a book, or moral support and a hug.
Jo Doig, Esq.
I was so impressed by the article Jamie Saxon wrote on my company,
Victoria/KitKat (U.S.1, October 6). As a result, Princeton has been
made aware that collective support of one another is what it is all
about. On the day of my October 9 fashion show at the Writers Block,
Kevin Wilkes and Peter Soderman and my husband, Gary, worked with a
team of men to put up the runway, transport chairs, and create the
whole barn effect. Rosie Babbit, Laurie Morris, Nancy Schulman and
Anne Juston fed and supported the models. Terry Cerf and her team from
Metropolis made the girls look amazing, and the Czek team – my
seamstress Helena Sabova, et al – got the models dressed and ready.
Nim Ben Reuven and Sean Dixon wowed the crowd with music and live
drums. The models have told me it was a very profound experience to
celebrate who they are as women.
My good friends, Jessica Durrie, owner of small world coffee, allowed
me to display photos from the fashion show in the cafe, and Lana
Breygina, owner of Onyx Nail Salon at 15 Witherspoon, invited me to
set up a trunk show for the next 10 days.
Many people saw that article and I received so many well wishes from
people who I had never met to say that I inspire them. What I say to
them, is that we all have this in us in some way or another. This town
and all those that believe in me have opened up their hearts to this
girl from South Africa, and I feel truly blessed.
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