ROBBINSVILLE: Bohrens makes a moving donation to HomeFront

   ROBBINSVILLE — After the Nassau Inn in Princeton decided to give 50 rooms of gently used furniture to the nonprofit agency HomeFront, it was a Robbinsville mover that donated its services to make the delivery.
   Louise Froehlich, owner of Bohrens Moving and Storage, provided both the needed trucks and manpower so that moving the furniture went off without a hitch.
   ”Bohrens offered trucks and labor for two whole days, beginning on Dec. 15,” said Christine Lee, director of the Lawrence Community Center, which is managed by Homefront, a local non-profit agency dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty and homelessness in central New Jersey. Homefront’s Resource Network warehouse provides furniture, household goods and clothing to needy families working to build a new home.
   For more information on how to donate to Homefront, call 609-989-9417 ext. 127 or go online to www.homefrontnj.org.