Charles feels that “Princeton is the hub and Area H is the spokes of the wheel.”

Charles feels that “Princeton is the hub and Area H is the spokes of the wheel.”

Charles Weber

Charles feels that “Princeton is the hub and Area H is the spokes of the wheel.”

  • Nov. 1, 2011 7:00 a.m.

Charles Weber is a retired school teacher who, along with his wife Bev, came to Princeton 10 years ago to start up what is now a successful purebred Suffolk sheep farming operation.

Charles and Bev love the climate, the people, diversity and the richness of Princeton.

Charles feels that “Princeton is the hub and Area H is the spokes of the wheel.” “We are all in this together – it is “our” community.”

Charles is involved in the Princeton & District Museum, Vermilion Forks Field Naturalists, the Bridge Club and enjoys “making a fool of myself from time to time if they let me” with the Princeton Performing Arts Society.

He has gained experience in working with the OCP, Advisory Planning Committee and as serving as Area H – Alternate Director.

Charles sees room for growth and would like to “play a role in the positive future of our community.”