At the 2023 Annual Meeting, held at the Philip L. Pittore Justice Center, Lambertville Historical Society President Jeff Campbell kicked off the business portion by listing the group’s 2022 achievements and budget. It called for votes and the election of officers and directors.
The board of directors is Jeff Campbell, president. Vice President Liz Riegel. Laurie Weinstein, Treasurer. Secretary Nancy Campbell.
The 2023 Board of Directors are Fred Eisinger, Mark Fanelli, Suzanne Gitmer, Chuck Hansen, Ed Hoag, Regina Hoag, Peter Cryce, Jeff McVay, Mike Mensch, Tom Ogren, and Mark Weinstein. Campbell also thanked outgoing members Deborah Galen and Lou Toboz for their contributions.
Following the necessary business matters, the conference program, “Lambertville: A History of the Town’s Response to Difficult Times,” briefly described the social services provided to the city’s residents over the years. It was presented by Peter Krais, a history teacher and his new LHS board member.
The Lambertville Historical Society is a non-profit organization that promotes, inspires, and encourages the preservation and appreciation of Lambertville’s architecture and history through education, community involvement, and the preservation and maintenance of the James Wilson Marshall House.
For more information, visit www.lambertvillehistoricalsociety.org.