Habitat for Humanity of Trenton celebrated its 25th anniversary at the Nassau Club on Saturday, September 29, by honoring its retiring founder, David H. McAlpin, and staying true to night’s theme of “Continuing the Dream” by inaugurating three McAlpin awards. The recipients were HFH Trenton co-founder Richard Morgan (Individual McAlpin Award), ETS (Corporate McAlpin Award), and Universalist Unitarian Church of Princeton (Faith-Based Community McAlpin Award). Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce president Peter Crowley was the master of ceremonies.

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