’97 Princeton in Communities

Embracing the Princeton motto:
In the Nation’s Service and the Service of Humanity across our class in our local communities.

Let’s Continue the Momentum! Fill Out the Survey!

We’d like to use the momentum at our reunion to have local community engagement be a part of our class going forward and inspire other classes as well. Please share your perspectives on the ‘97 PIC Forum, areas of interest and desire in supporting this initiative by filling out this short survey. Thanks and stay tuned for more communication in the future!

Tiger artwork by Ed Strauss ’72

Join in our 25th Reunion
Service Project with our Parent Class of ‘72

’97 Princeton in Communities
Promoting Childhood Literacy Through Reading

Who: Great Class of ’97 & Parent Class of ‘72

What: Children’s Book Collection Community Service Project

When: Now

Where: Buy a Book Online or Drop off a NEW book at our Service Project collection site at our 25th Reunion HQ site by Poe Field. You can also buy a book at Labyrinth Books, 122 Nassau St.

Why: Our 25th Reunion! As is customary for classes celebrating a major reunion, we have put together this Community Service Project in which all classmates can participate, whether you are returning to campus or not.

Support Our Non-Profit Partner: Bridge of Books Foundation a 501(c)(3) non-profit, volunteer-led organization that collects and distributes books to underserved children throughout New Jersey in order to support the development of literacy skills and encourage a love of reading. You can learn more about Bridge of Books from its website.
Please contact pic@princeton97.com if you have any questions.

’97 PIC Planning Committee: Ryan Frederick, Mike Kerlin, Christina Goeltz Clarke, Becky Clay-Flores, Rachel Lin, Mary Lubner Newburn, Brandon Wegge