Brandywine residents support Ukraine by making items, holding sale on March 30

On both sides of Nassau Street in front of Nassau Presbyterian Church and the Palmer Square Tiger, residents from across Mercer County held posters displaying messages of “Support Ukraine,” “No War,” “Stop Putin, Stop the War” and “Putin Go Home” at a Peace in Ukraine Vigil organized by the Coalition for Peace Action on March 3.

Residents of Brandywine Living at Princeton will hold a charity sale with items made by residents of the senior living community and team members from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 30 to show their support for the people of Ukraine.

“My entire family is from Ukraine, so this really hits close to home for myself and the Ukrainian seniors at our community,” said Stephanie Gaber, Brandywine Living Escapades Producer and organizer of the event.

Items for sale will include art work paintings by Brandywine residents of the Ukrainian flag and sunflowers, blue and gold potted pansies, T-shirts with the Ukrainian flag, and a Pray for Ukraine iron on.

There will also be traditional Ukrainian food for purchase such as pierogies, stuffed cabbage, Ukrainian honey cake and Ukrainian apple cake made by Gaber.

The event is hosted by Brandywine Living at Princeton, located at 155 Raymond Road, Princeton, on the border of South Brunswick.

For more information, contact Gaber at 732-329-8888.