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Posted by Randy on 2013/10/15 4:40:00 (354 reads) News by the same author

Information on three upcoming events in each of three months has been presented to the Princeton Chamber of Commerce.

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An event called “plow days” is Saturday October 26th from 9 to 4 o'clock. It will be held west of Princeton. Lunch will be provided by the Princeton chamber.

Santa comes to town will be Saturday November 23rd at the senior center in Princeton. Activities begin at 10 o'clock. The event includes treats, cookies, and hot chocolate. There will be a childrens' store allowing children to buy inexpensive gifts for family members. The gifts will be five dollars or less. Free gift wrapping too.

Anyone who would like to have a table for the November 23rd Santa Claus event should contact a member of the Princeton chamber. The Princeton school band and choir is to play and sing Christmas carols.

Beth Boxley and some of her students from a dual credit class informed the Princeton chamber about a project called “the ugly sweater run.” It's a fund raising event scheduled December 7th at Princeton. Signup that morning from 7:30 until
8 o'clock at the elementary school.

The cost is 15 dollars. After expenses, proceeds go to the Mercer county fire department's toy drive as well as Mercer County Helping hands organization. Next meeting of the Princeton chamber of commerce includes an election of officers on November 13th at 12 noon at Pearls' Two Eden for Elders.

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