The Lewis School of Princeton will present the first annual Marsha Lewis Citizenship Award for Outstanding Service and Public Interest to Gary and Pam Mount for their life long commitment to community, local farming, the environment and education.
The award ceremony will be held during a dinner at “The Big Event,” the 2015 Annual Golf and Tennis Classic on Tuesday, September 29, 2015 at Cherry Valley Country Club in Skillman.
Pam Mount is a board member of The Lewis School of Princeton. Their son, Mark was enrolled as a student in the 1970’s when The Lewis School and Terhune Orchards were just getting their start as businesses in the community.
Pam Mount said “Gary and I are delighted to support the Lewis School as alumni parents. We have witnessed how Marsha Lewis and the methods used at The Lewis School of Princeton uniquely realize the gifts and great promise of children who learn differently. We are pleased to jointly celebrate the forty year anniversary of Terhune Orchards and the Lewis School which have both made significant contributions to their fields of agriculture and education.”
The evening will begin with a cocktail reception with drinks and hors d’oeuvres catered by Joss & Jules of Princeton using grown produce by Terhune Orchards. Cherry Valley Country Club will celebrate our rich agricultural history in Central New Jersey with a farm-to-table themed dinner. The evening will also include a scotch tasting, cigar rolling, silent auction, trunk show and more.
Tickets $100 or $125 after September 15, 2015
Register online or call 617-852-6566
All proceeds to benefit The Lewis School of Princeton