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August 27, 2018

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Nonprofit addiction and mental health agency Legacy Treatment Services unveiled the Hope One Mobile Unit to assist the Atlantic County Sheriff’s Foundation and sheriff with counseling needs at a kickoff ceremony Aug. 20 in Mays Landing. From left, Sen. Chris Brown, D-2nd District, and Amy Gatto of the Atlantic County Board of Chosen Freeholders honor Atlantic County Sheriff Eric Scheffler for his efforts in spearheading the Hope One Atlantic County Recovery Unit.
Nonprofit addiction and mental health agency Legacy Treatment Services unveiled the Hope One Mobile Unit to assist the Atlantic County Sheriff’s Foundation and sheriff with counseling needs at a kickoff ceremony Aug. 20 in Mays Landing. From left, Sen. Chris Brown, D-2nd District, and Amy Gatto of the Atlantic County Board of Chosen Freeholders honor Atlantic County Sheriff Eric Scheffler for his efforts in spearheading the Hope One Atlantic County Recovery Unit.
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Nonprofit addiction and mental health agency Legacy Treatment Services unveiled the Hope One Mobile Unit to assist the Atlantic County Sheriff’s Foundation and sheriff with counseling needs at a kickoff ceremony Aug. 20 in Mays Landing. From left, Sen. Chris Brown, D-2nd District, and Amy Gatto of the Atlantic County Board of Chosen Freeholders honor Atlantic County Sheriff Eric Scheffler for his efforts in spearheading the Hope One Atlantic County Recovery Unit. Columbia Bank Foundation announced a $10,000 donation to Austim New Jersey on Aug. 17. The organization was nominated by Jennifer Felipe, universal banker in Columbia’s Radburn branch, and Sofia Elfant, who is employed at the same branch. From left Felipe; Brynn Alberici, manager of special events and community relations, Autism New Jersey; and Amy Dupuis, executive director, Columbia Bank Foundation, at a ceremony in recognition of the donation. CentraState Healthcare Foundation announced Aug. 14 it received two grants from the Freehold Borough Educational Fund, which serves to enhance education opportunities and generate and distribute resources benefitting students of Freehold Borough School District. Eighth-grade students at Freehold Intermediate School identify a community nonprofit and conduct research to create a grant proposal for consideration by FBEF. Grants are sponsored by Star and Barry Tobias, with funding from the Sharp Fund PLD. Front row from left, Barry Tobias, Star Tobias and students Anna Connelly and Stephanie Gonzalez. Back row from left, Nancy Barone, vice president, CentraState Healthcare Foundation; Mandi Wortman, director of radiology, CentraState Medical Center; Jean Holtz, chairperson, Freehold Educational Foundation; Christine Forbes, medical librarian, CentraState Medical Center; and Sharon Purpuro, manager of donor relations and special gifts, CentraState Healthcare Foundation. Thomas Shara, left, president and CEO of Lakeland Bankcorp Inc. and Lakeland Bank, receives the Havemeyer Presidential Leadership Award from Ramapo College President Peter Mercer on July 16 at Ramapo College Foundation’s 31st Annual Golf Outing at the North Jersey Country Club in Wayne. The award recognizes an individual whose contributions and expertise have benefited the community, students, faculty and staff at Ramapo College. This year’s event raised more than $136,000 for scholarship support, research funding and special programs on campus. Lakeland Bank was also a sponsor of the event. Working in connection with Feeding America, ShopRite Supermarkets delivered 1,200 gallons of milk to Community FoodBank of New Jersey as part of The Great American Milk Drive on Aug. 14. ShopRite associates also assisted in unloading and preparing the donation for delivery. In June customers at Village Super Market Inc. owned-and-operated ShopRite stores made donations for the effort by raising funds to supply over 14,000 gallons of milk. From left, Hill Wallack LLP Partners Roland Perl and Michael Kahme deliver backpacks and supplies for the Jewish Family & Children’s Service’s Back-to-School Backpack Drive, which provides for children whose families can’t afford such items. JFCS Executive Director Michelle Napell is pictured far right.

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