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Teaching Computers to SB Seniors Earns HS Senior Citizenship Award

At yesterday evening’s “Awards Night”, South Brunswick High School senior Nikhil Devulapalli received the first annual “Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman Citizenship Award” for developing and operating a 2-year program to teach computer and internet use at the Senior Center.

“During 75 years of serving the community, Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman attorneys have learned that life rewards action. So to mark our anniversary, we honor the citizens of tomorrow who are willing to get involved in some meaningful way,” explained Ira C. Miller, Esq., in presenting Mr. Devulapalli with the award. “We were impressed by the many outstanding applicants competing for this award, but ultimately, most impressed by Nikhil Devulapalli, a young citizen who recognized the untapped vitality of older citizens and taught them valuable new skills to stay involved with their community.”

Since 1929, Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman attorneys have served the citizens of Central New Jersey for wills, trusts & estate planning; real estate & land use; business law; family law; accident & injury claims; and labor & civil service representation. The firm is located at Route 1 & Nassau Park Blvd. in Princeton. Phone number 609-520-0900.

The Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman Citizenship Award was one of several given out during the evening presentations at the South Brunswick High School auditorium.

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