1 TO YOUR HEALTH Salt Creek Grille, of
Princeton, presented $20,863 to Princeton
Healthcare System, in support of the develop-
ment of the University Medical Center of
Princeton at Plainsboro. Pictured from left are
Barry Rabner, PHCS president and chief exec-
utive; Hugh Preece, Salt Creek Grille managing
partner; and Plainsboro Mayor Peter Cantu.
2 BOWL FOR KIDS’ SAKE Meridian Health
was a sponsor of Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Monmouth County’s Bowl for Kids’ Sake event.
Pictured from left are the Meridian Health
bowling team: Susan Wilson; Katie Luciani;
Steve Littleson, Jersey Shore Medical Center
president; Tim Foley; and Bob Adams.
3 FAMILY DINNER More than 200 guests
gathered at the annual Family Service Progres-
sive Dinner in Moorestown. Guests “pro-
gressed” to one of 17 homes throughout
Moorestown for a gourmet dinner and dessert
prepared by area chefs. Pictured from left are
dinner hosts Sean and Caroline O'Meara, and
Chef Pete Severino, of Severino Pasta Co.
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