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Mazars USA executives and staff members join the Community Food Bank in Hillside on July 13 for the company’s fourth annual Days of Service. In addition to its work in Hillside, Mazars team members also participated in Days of Service activities at Make-A-Wish in Monroe Township, Westlake School in Westfield and Elijah’s Promise in New Brunswick.
Mazars USA executives and staff members join the Community Food Bank in Hillside on July 13 for the company’s fourth annual Days of Service. In addition to its work in Hillside, Mazars team members also participated in Days of Service activities at Make-A-Wish in Monroe Township, Westlake School in Westfield and Elijah’s Promise in New Brunswick.
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Mazars USA executives and staff members join the Community Food Bank in Hillside on July 13 for the company’s fourth annual Days of Service. In addition to its work in Hillside, Mazars team members also participated in Days of Service activities at Make-A-Wish in Monroe Township, Westlake School in Westfield and Elijah’s Promise in New Brunswick. The Northeast Conference, a Somerset-based NCAA Division I college athletic organization, holds its fourth annual Football Media Day and Sponsor Summit on July 24 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford. Among those attending were, back row from left, Bill Herenda of Champion Sportswear; John Krautzel of Nexxt; Darienn Bumbaco of Certified Financial Services; Joe Weinlick of Nexxt; Brett Silverman of Insperity; Paul Smith of Privacy Patrol; Bruce Petersen and Mark Szollar of NEC; NEC Associate Commissioner Andrew Alia; and John Tashjian of Certified Financial Services. Front row, from left, Chris Bobal of Franklin Group; Charlotte Puerari, Cheryl Greten and Maria Romano of Provident Bank; Billy Orndorff of Nexxt; Craig Feinberg of Certified Financial Services; and Vin Mazza of Pilot Pen. - (Photo / LARRY LEVANTI PHOTOGRAPHY) Township of West Milford Mayor Bettina Bieri, center, is joined by ShopRite associates and Inserra family members at the July 24 ribbon cutting for the 23 Marshall Hill Road location where the Inserra Supermarkets Inc. recently completed major renovations. Whippany-based Suburban Propane celebrates its 90th anniversary with CEO Michael Stivala ringing the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange on July 26. The company was founded in West Orange; it currently serves over 1 million customers in 41 states and employs 3,200 people. - (Photo / NYSE) Lakeland Bank presents a $10,000 Community Impact Grant to Oasis—A Haven for Women and Children in Paterson in July. The bank’s Community Impact Grant Program seeks to address community-focused initiatives and invest in eligible nonprofit organizations. From left, Perry Lighty and Susan Scimone-Bellini, both Lakeland Bank associates; Jennifer Brady, executive director for Oasis; Susan Buchanan, Oasis board member; Ron Schwarz, chief operating officer for Lakeland Bank; and Debra Zimmerly and Ellen Lalwani, Lakeland Bank associates. From left, Jersey Mike’s Operations Director Richie Maclachlan, Clark Business Administrator John Laezza, Denholtz Associates CEO Steven Denholtz and Jersey Mike’s Operating Partner Frank Jablonski cut the ribbon Aug. 1 for the opening of the sandwich chain’s store at Denholtz’s new retail center, Clark Commercial Center in Clark. Employees of financial services company DTCC host students of NYU’s Tandon Computer Science for Cyber Security Program – a three-week summer program introducing high school women to computer science and cybersecurity – at its office in Jersey City. DTCC Managing Director and Chief Technology Officer James Lee, fifth from left, gave a tour to students following presentations and speed networking.

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