Mercer Nutrition Program site opens in Princeton

Princeton site to offer older adults nutritionally balanced meals Monday through Friday

MERCER NUTRITION PROGRAM SITE OPENS IN PRINCETON: Princeton and Mercer County officials gathered at the Suzanne Patterson Building, home to the Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC), on June 5 to mark the opening of the county‚Äôs 12th Nutrition Program site for older adults. Nutritionally balanced meals are served Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. to Mercer County residents who are 60 years of age or older, or married to a person 60 years or older. Participants are encouraged to make a donation toward meals received. 

The Suzanne Patterson Building is located at 45 Stockton St., Princeton. To participate in the nutrition program, contact the Mercer County Nutrition Office at 609-989-6650. For more information about the PSRC, call 609-924-7108 or visit

Pictured, front row from left, are Mercer County Human Services Director Marygrace Billek; Eileen Doremus, Executive Director, Mercer County Aging Disability Resource Center; Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes; and Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert. middle row, Princeton Assistant Administrator Jeffrey Grosser; Gail Derry, Social Service Coordinator, Mercer County Nutrition Program;  Princeton Councilman David Cohen; and PSRC Executive Director Susan Hoskins; back row, Councilman Lance Liverman; Princeton Administrator Marc Dashield; Councilman Timothy Quinn; and Councilwoman Jenny Crumiller.

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