26 June 1983
Jaycees Make Great Donation
At ceremonies held recently at the Colross Mansion of the Princeton Day School, the Greater Princeton Jaycees donated funds raised by the 1983 Great Road Race to four local charities — the Princeton Day School Scholarship Fund, the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad, the Princeton YMCA and the Princeton Chapter of the American Red Cross.
The Great Road Race raised $1,650 in this annual spring event, which serves as the kickoff for the Princeton area running season. The Great Road Race is the first of two annual running events organized by the Greater Princeton Jaycees, the second being the Princeton Half Marathon, scheduled for September.
Anne Knudsen-Fitzpatrick, president and director of the Princeton Nautilus and Fitness Center, and Elaine Crocker, assistant vice-president of the Commodities Corporation, were co-sponsors of the race and were on hand to assist Jaycess Community Development Vice President Sue White in presiding over the presentations.
Because of previous commitments, Race Coordinator Maureen Mosel could not attend-the ceremonies. Robert Ennis, executive director of the Princeton Chapter of the American Red Cross, was on hand to receive a check for $200 to aid the organizations, life-giving activities.
Representing the Princeton Day School. Director of Development David Bogle accepted a $300 check earmarked for the schools Scholarship Fund. Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad President Mark Freda received a check for $550 to aid the squad in providing first aid and rescue service to both the Township and Borough of Princeton.
Also on hand was John Matone, fitness director of the Princeton YMCA, to accept a check in the amount of $600 to aid the YMCA in its many programs.
Plans are already underway for the second of the Greater Princeton Jaycees annual road race events. September’s Princeton Half-Marathon.
ON THE RIGHT ROAD – The Greater Princeton Jaycees were able to make several donations from the proceeds of the 1983 Great Road Race. Attending the donating ceremony were (from left) Elaine Crocker, Mark Freda, Robert Ennis, John Mutone, David Bogle and Sue White.