Monthly Archives: April 2011

Rescue Mission of Trenton Meeting

  Executive Director Taylor Behmke met with Director of Entrepreneurial and Traning Douglas Liebau and Life Skills and Operations Manager Barrett Young from the Rescue Mission of Trenton on April 26th to discuss possible collaborations between our organizations.  FJF needs … Continue reading

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Mayor Tony Mack Challenges Trenton to ‘Fight for Fitness’

Trenton Mayor Tony Mack challenged Trenton to ‘Fight for Fitness’ and announced that May is Let’s Move! month on April 19th at a press conference in the City Hall Atrium. FJF Executive Director Taylor Behmke met Superintendent Raymond Broach and … Continue reading

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Mid-Atlantic Conference for Start-up Food Co-ops

After the welcome address there was a series of workshops throughout the morning and afternoon on different topics.  FJF Executive Director Taylor Behmke attended and went to two sessions having to do with information technology that are described below.  Jake … Continue reading

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How to Save a Trillion Dollars

Mark Bittman wrote a great article today for the New York Times which underlines the huge cost savings that healthy diets and physical activity can have on our economy.  Check out the full article here: “For the first time in … Continue reading

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Hedgepeth-Williams Meetings

Today FJF was scheduled to present our healthy food fundraiser program to the PTO at a pot-luck lunch, but sadly it was canceled last minute.  Nevertheless, Executive Director Taylor Behmke and Development Director Kelly Reilly met with a first grade … Continue reading

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A Better Way Farmers Market Meeting

Today FJF Executive Director Taylor Behmke and Development Director Kelly Reilly met with Perry Shaw Jr. & Sr. from A Better Way, Andrew Carten from Citiworks and a representative from a civic association that does community gardens in South Trenton … Continue reading

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Living Hope Community Buyers Club Resumes Operations!

The LHCBC has resumed operations, with the first orders being taken today after the church services!  The first distribution is scheduled for Thursday night, April 14th at 7pm at the Living Hope Church and will continue on a weekly basis … Continue reading

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PA3 First Friday Lunch at the Naussau Club

The Princeton Area Alumni Association, or PA3, invited Executive Director Taylor Behmke to come talk about FJF and the support we have had from the University through the Pace Center during their regular first Friday lunch at the Naussau Club.  … Continue reading

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