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Corporate Angels

Employees of Washington Group International’s

Carnegie Center office are working with the Habitat for Humanity to

renovate a two-family duplex home at 52 Leigh Avenue in Princeton.

A group from the company, which provides engineering and construction

services for infrastructure and power projects around the world, began

demolition on April 28. Work on renovation began on June 23.

A number of area companies pitched in to support the American

Cancer Society Relay for Life. Held on June 8 and 9 in Rosedale Park

in Hopewell, the event raised over $100,000 for cancer research,

education,

advocacy, and patient services. More than 600 people in teams of 10

to 12 set up tents in the park, forming a track. At least one member

of each team stayed on the track — walking, jogging, or running

— all night long. Participants were sponsored by family and

friends.

The major sponsors of the event were PSE&G, Bristol-Myers

Squibb, Nexus Properties, Yardville National Bank,

and the Medical Center at Princeton.


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