Princeton’s beloved McCarter Theatre is near and dear to Cheryl Goldman’s heart. She has been involved with McCarter for many years, first serving on the Associate Board, and then the Board of Trustees. This year, Cheryl is honored to co-chair (for the third time!) the McCarter Gala Benefit on Saturday, May 9th. Tickets to the dinner party before the concert are already sold out. Tickets are still available for the concert, featuring international phenomenon Pink Martini, and the tented after-party on McCarter’s back lawn with food, entertainment, and dancing. Click here for event and ticket info.
Michelle Blane recently delivered a presentation to Rocky Hill and Montgomery Township residents where she discussed area statistics and how to get your home “market ready”—what works, what doesn’t, and why. Michelle is a “homegrown” agent (a graduate of Montgomery High School and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey) and she draws on her experience in business management, design, and family to understand her clients’ diverse needs.
Madolyn Greve (left) is pictured with Coleen Christian Burke (right), author of “Christmas with the First Ladies”, while Madolyn was a Patron of the Junior League of Greater Princeton Designer Showhouse & Gardens. 159 Library Place, an exquisite brick Georgian in Princeton, was chosen for this year’s Showhouse and is currently listed for sale by Callaway Henderson Sotheby’s International Realty. Madolyn is a past president of the New Jersey Junior League of Greater Princeton, a past president of NJ State Council, and a president bowl recipient.
Peggy Hughes was recently awarded Realtor Emeritus from the National Association of Realtors, honoring her 40 years of membership in the organization. Peggy is a forty-six year resident of Princeton, where she raised her five children, and enjoys sharing her knowledge of, and passion for, this culturally rich, beautiful and historic community. Congratulations Peggy!