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County College of Morris





May 5, 2017 Sheraton Parsippany Hotel

2017 Edward J. Yaw Leadership Award Recipient



2017 County College of Morris Foundation Scholarship Gala

Welcome to the County College of Morris





Program Cocktail Hour and Auction Bidding Welcome and Introductions

Edward J. Yaw Leadership Award Recipient

Dr. Anthony J. Iacono President, County College of Morris

Investors Bank

Presentation of the Alumni Awards

Remarks Joseph L. Ricca, Jr. Chair, County College of Morris Board of Trustees

Joseph T. Vitale President, County College of Morris Foundation and


Barbara Capsouras ’82 Director, Alumni Relations

William McElroy ’83 Chair, County College of Morris Foundation

Glenbrook Technologies Scholarship Recipient

Presentation of the Edward J. Yaw Leadership Award

Philippe Clesca ’18

Joseph T. Vitale President, County College of Morris Foundation

CCM Performing Arts Students “Under the Sea” from Disney’s The Little Mermaid

Dinner Served Dancing with The Motones 9:30 p.m. Silent Auction Closes – Dessert is Served – iPad Pro Drawing Auction Results Sent and Check Out

Welcome From the


As the new president of County College of Morris, I am continuously impressed with the extraordinary history and success of CCM. For nearly 50 years, the college has thrived because of strong leadership, an exceptional faculty and staff and the generous support of our community. Amazing things are happening at CCM every day and for that I thank you. Below are some highlights of the year that I know will make you CCM Proud.

Philippe Clesca, who represents all of our scholarship recipients. Later, you’ll see our Performing Arts students bring you selections from our spring musical.

This year, one of our students received the prestigious Coca-Cola Gold Scholars Award, selected from an applicant pool of nearly 2,000 students. In the past few years, three of our students have received the prestiDr. Anthony J. Iacono gious Jack Kent Cooke scholarship for President, County College of Morris academic excellence. Several of them In March, we were named one of New have been named to the New Jersey Jersey’s best community colleges by In All-State Academic Team for exceptional achievements. And our most recent alumni survey, 99 percent of our graduates each year our students transfer to the nation’s most prestisaid we provided them with exceptional preparation to transgious colleges and universities. fer to a four-year college or enter the workforce. Payscale. We know that CCM is both excellent and affordable. For com, the nation’s leading ratings agency for salaries, ranked many of our students, however, a scholarship makes it possius 18 out of 1,200 community colleges nationwide for midble to attend college and achieve their dreams. Your generous career earnings for graduates with associate degrees. support – through events such as tonight’s Gala – is essential Earlier this year, our Cyber Security program was recogin changing lives and strengthening our communities. nized as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber So, thank you for your presence with us here tonight and for Defense Education by the National Security Agency and all of your support throughout the year. You are helping us Department of Homeland Security. CCM is the only two-year achieve all we can as an institution and for our students to college in New Jersey to receive this honor. achieve all they can as scholars, human beings and members And yet, it is still the success of our students that makes us of our community. most proud. Tonight you’ll hear from one of those students –


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Dr. Joseph L. Ricca, Jr. Chair, County College of Morris Board of Trustees Gala Co-Chair

Welcome to the 2017 County College of Morris Foundation Scholarship Gala. We thank you for supporting this event. Each year, our Gala affords the opportunity to gather together, enjoy great dining, music, dancing and camaraderie. But it is also critically important in raising funds for our scholarship program – a program that enables some 240 students each year to “start right” at CCM. County College of Morris is so much more than just a college. It is an integral part of the life, culture and economy of Morris County. While providing outstanding, affordable education, CCM continues to serve as a hub for professional training and business outreach, a home for the performing arts, and a facility that is often utilized by the county’s political and non-profit community. One could not imagine Morris County without CCM. Our annual Gala is an opportunity to celebrate and showcase the best of our college. Tonight, you’ll hear from Philippe

William McElroy ’83 Chair, County College of Morris Foundation Board of Directors Gala Co-Chair

Clesca ’18, who will represent our scholarship students. Initially attending CCM for financial reasons, he was soon challenged to excel by a faculty he describes as “inspiring.” He’ll graduate next year and then go on to a four-year school – the next step toward his dream of one day owning his own computer company. In addition to Philippe, we recognize our four distinguished Alumni Award winners as well as our Performing Arts students, who will present selections from our spring musical, The Little Mermaid. And, finally, we congratulate tonight’s Edward J. Yaw Leadership Award winner, Investors Bank, a great community institution and a steadfast supporter of not only CCM but so many non-profits in the county and state. Thank you for your continued support of one of Morris County’s great institutions – County College of Morris.

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Special Thanks to



Student Performance NK Architects Semple Bixel

Gold Nisivoccia LLP Picatinny Innovation Center



Centerpieces Delta Dental of New Jersey Inc.

Class of ’83


New Jersey Natural Gas

Glenbrook Technologies

Public Service Electric and Gas

Paragano Family Foundation

Solix, Inc.

Tom and Donna Pepe

United Parcel Service

Solix Inc.

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Co-Chairs Dr. Joesph L. Ricca, Jr. and William McElroy, ’83

Gala Committee Jeffrey M. Advokat, Esq.

Colleen McArdle ’87

John P. Beyel, Esq.

Trish McGrath ’05

Joseph Bilotti ’88

Katie A. Olsen

Barbara Capsouras ’82

Eileen Paragano ’91

Jack Farris

Everton Scott

Carol Fitzpatrick ’86

Sheri Ventura

Sandra Geiger

Joseph T. Vitale

Thomas Hayes

Pamela Williams

Josh Hurwitz

Robert Zajac

Dr. Anthony J. Iacono Allan J. Iskra, Esq.

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Edward J. Yaw



Investors Bank was founded in 1926 and today is the largest bank headquartered in New Jersey. With more than $23 billion in assets and a network of over 150 retail branches throughout New Jersey, New York City and Long Island, Investors delivers a broad range of financial services and products tailored to the needs of its retail and business customers. Led by a senior management team committed to serving others, Investors continues to grow, while remaining focused on its roots as a local community bank. As one of the bank’s four core values, community is about caring for its customers, employees and the people and businesses in the local neighborhoods it serves. Investors’ team members volunteer their time and talents, while the bank and its foundations provide the financial support to help businesses and communities grow and prosper. In 2016, the Investors Foundation awarded over $8 million to non-profit organizations in the communities we serve. As part of our commitment to Morris County, we have supported local causes such as Morris Habitat for Humanity, the Lakeland Hills YMCA and Family Promise of Morris County. However, giving back to the community means much more than writing checks. Investors’ employees have contributed their time and energies at the Morristown Soup Kitchen, have participated in fundraising walks for the American Heart Association, the March of Dimes and Lupus and have taught financial literacy at local schools throughout the state. Investors is a model of what a true community bank should be – a good corporate citizen with a tradition of “giving back” at the heart of everything it does.


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Philippe Clesca ’18 Computer Science Raised in West Orange, Philippe Clesca showed an early proficiency in technology, beginning his own online project at 16, connecting gamers from around the world in one place to interact, share and compete with one another. “I fell in love with the challenge as well as the concept of computer science,” says Philippe. “The challenge is what hooked me, because rather than running from adversity, I run into it head on and try to overcome it.” When it came time to attend college, Philippe chose CCM initially for financial reasons but was soon impressed with the college’s faculty and academic offerings – the professors inspired him. He is the recipient of the Glenbrook Technologies Scholarship, which supports students in engineering and technology, and is currently pursuing a degree in Computer Science. As part of his scholarship, Philippe worked as an intern at Glenbrook Technologies Inc. in Randolph this spring. After graduating from CCM in 2018, he plans to pursue a degree in Computer Science at a four-year institution. His dream is to attend Stanford University.

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S R A ALU M NI ST The County College of Morris Foundation, along with the CCM Alumni Association, inaugurated its annual Alumni Awards in 2003. Since then, more than 85 outstanding graduates have been added to the Alumni Wall of Fame. Tonight, we celebrate four more awardees for their achievements. The Alumni Award Recognition Program acknowledges those who meet specific criteria, including personal achievement, dedication to serving the public good, service to a segment of the college, and finally, for exceptional overall achievement in their professions, the Alumnus/a of the Year Award. The Alumni Association Wall of Fame salutes this 14th class of distinguished inductees. Their achievements, service and dedication to their professional lives and to the community make all of us at County College of Morris proud.

Award Criteria Alumni Achievement Award S  pecific, outstanding achievements and/or accomplishments in their profession. Have received honors from associations or employers, or whose work has proven beneficial to a pronounced segment of society. Alumni Service Award Recognition of outstanding service to the County College of Morris Alumni Association or some other segment of the college. Alumni Humanitarian Award D  edication to humanitarianism and serving the public good. Unique contribution to society or the community. Lengthy volunteer service to community. Alumnus/a of the Year Award H  ighest honor given by the Alumni Association that recognizes the exceptional achievements of graduates of the college. Nominees must have shown outstanding performance in their professions, should be recognized as leaders and should have made outstanding contributions to the community, state, or nation. The County College of Morris Foundation and its affiliated Alumni Association proudly congratulate the Shining Stars of tonight’s Gala for their outstanding achievements, service, and recognitions.


Alumnus of the Year

Alumni Humanitarian

Zaher Shabani ’01

Martin R. Ebelhardt ’87

Alumni Achievement

Alumni Service

George J. Milonas ’98

RoseAnn M. Maione ’93, ’94

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Alumnus of the Year Zaher Shabani ’01 brings more than 12 years of cross-divisional experience to his role as Manager of Operations in the Manufacturing Division at Merck & Co., Inc. in West Point, Pennsylvania. Over the course of his career at Merck, he has gained hands-on experience in discovery, pre-clinical development, and late stage development of small-molecule solid/liquid dosage forms and manufacturing of viral vaccines. In his current role, Zaher manages the commercial manufacturing of bulk vaccines to achieve financial, productivity, and growth objectives aligned with corporate and divisional milestones. He offers oversight, leadership and direction to employees in completing process, maintenance and production of vaccines in compliance with safety and quality standards, meeting cGMP, USP, EU, and other regulatory requirements. In his previous roles as a scientist at Merck Research Laboratories, Zaher delivered technical and decisional knowledge of API phase and formulation characteristics that inform bioperformance risk and strategy to assure robust, scalable formulations and processes to support fit-for-purpose and preliminary market formulation development. While a student at CCM, Zaher received the Carl Vogt Distinguished Leadership Award. He was active in a variety of clubs, including the Ambassador Club. After graduating from CCM with a degree in chemistry, Zaher earned a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Rutgers University and a master’s degree in biotechnology from Columbia University. In 2007, Zaher was featured in the CCM “I Started Right” billboard campaign. Over the course of his career, Zaher’s expertise and leadership have been recognized with several prestigious awards, including the Merck Award for Excellence, the American Chemical Society Leadership Development Award for Younger Chemists, the Schering-Plough Eagle Award for Safety Leadership and the Schering-Plough Presidential Award for Discovery. He was awarded World Intellectual Property Organization patent # 2008021271 as co-inventor of a PDE-4 inhibitor compound for the treatment of inflammatory conditions such as COPD and asthma. He and his wife, Diana, married in 2009 and have two daughters, Leanna and Jasmine, who are five and two-years-old, respectively. They live in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

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Alumni Achievement Award George Milonas ’98 is a director of Corporate Security and Investigations for Avis Budget Group, a leading global rental vehicle and car-sharing company, based in Parsippany. He is responsible for overseeing fraud prevention, investigations and security risk programs. George was previously a vice president for JPMorganChase, where he worked in the Global AntiMoney Laundering Compliance department. He has extensive experience with leading and managing transnational fraud and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) investigations, leading global compliance programs and initiatives, and implementing policy resulting from the USA Patriot Act, global sanctions and anti-corruption regulations. His expertise extends to protecting multinational companies from complex and diverse AML, fraud and corruption risks. Earlier in his career, George was a municipal police officer and later a detective with the Morris County Prosecutor’s office. During his tenure with the prosecutor’s office, he served in the most distinguished investigative divisions, including the Major Crimes and Intelligence Unit. For several years, George has been an adjunct instructor at Fairleigh Dickinson University, teaching management, leadership, organizational communication and diversity to graduate students in the School of Administrative Science. After receiving his degree in Criminal Justice from the CCM, he was awarded a bachelor of arts in sociology from Centenary College and a masters of administrative science from Fairleigh Dickinson University.


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Alumni Humanitarian Award Martin R. Ebelhardt ’87 currently serves as a Special Agent, Criminal Investigator within the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Office of Inspection and Investigations (Internal Affairs), where he conducts criminal and administrative investigations for the Department of Homeland Security, Minneapolis Resident Office. Martin began his federal law enforcement career in 1989 as a federal police officer in the U.S. Secret Service Uniformed Division. During his tenure there, he was assigned to the White House and the administrative branch and charged with security and policing related functions in and around the White House, and diplomatic foreign missions in the Washington D.C. area. He also served on the Emergency Response Team. In 1996, Martin accepted a position as a criminal investigator/special agent with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in Washington D.C. and Detroit, Michigan. He also served in a collateral duty capacity, as the tactical training coordinator, and the lead tactics and defensive measures instructor for the Detroit Field Division. While serving with the DEA, Martin conducted numerous complex drug investigations, and developed a strong interest in teaching. In 2002, Martin joined the newly created Federal Air Marshal Service as a Supervisory Federal Air Marshal charged with organization, development and oversight of the Minneapolis, MN Field Office’s training and operation sections. He also served as a classroom and practical applications instructor, leading in-service training evolutions in several Air Marshal disciplines. In 2008, Martin was promoted to Assistant Supervisory Air Marshal in Charge of the Minneapolis Field Office, a senior field command position. After having served in supervisory and senior command positions for 13 years, in 2015, Martin left the management ranks for his current position. Last year, he completed a master’s degree in Human Development, with a specialization in Holistic Health and Wellness, at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. In additionto his CCM degree in Criminal Justice, he holds a bachelor of science degree in management from National Louis University. Martin is presently planning for a second career as a teacher and writer, with a special interest in human health and wellness. In addition to plans for a private wellness practice, he hopes to continue to serve the law enforcement community as an educator, and would like to develop a wellness course for law enforcement, fire and emergency medical personnel.

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Alumni Service Award RoseAnn Maione ’93, ’94, is the Supervisor of the computer labs at CCM, a position she has held for 20 years. In her role, RoseAnn works closely with student aides to ensure the Emeriti Hall teaching labs run smoothly and are ready for faculty and student use. She finds the constantly changing computer industry environment to be both stimulating and challenging. For RoseAnn, working with students is the most rewarding part of her job. She finds it fulfilling to watch students mature, graduate and move on to further their career goals. RoseAnn has served as a member of the Information Technologies Department Advisory Board for the last three years. She also is a member of the College’s Alumni Advisory Board. RoseAnn has played an integral role on the Alumni Board. She has served on the Alumni Scholarship Committee and can be counted on to volunteer at various events. She has been the initiator for a variety of activities and fund-raising programs. Over the course of her tenure at CCM, RoseAnn received the CCM Vice President of Academic Affairs Service award in 1996 and the Academic Administrative Personnel Federation Professional Recognition Award in 2001. In 2006, she completed the CCM Employee Leadership Academy. Her dedication to the college and its students is evident in the many CCM committees on which she has served. RoseAnn earned a Information Technology Computer degree and an AAS degree in Business Career from CCM, along with a Web Development certificate. She is engaged to her longtime partner Len. She enjoys traveling, loves beach vacations, and is an avid reader. Her favorite pastime is spending time with her family, especially her nephews, Frank and Steve, of whom she is extremely proud.


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Alumnus/a of the Year

Achievement Awards



For a complete history of the Alumni Wall of Fame go to

Humanitarian Awards

Service Award

Joe Bilotti ’88


Cottie Benson ’75

Kimberly Nicholais ’95

Catherine Skiff ’86

Janel Pisorchik ’91

Roberta Strater ’72

Carol Shay ’91

Mary Fiorello ’89

Harriet Buono ’99

Micro Design Services:

Jodi DeVincentis ’89

Marion Broidrick ’74

Frank Gonzalez, Professor Emeritus

Claudia Paladino ’01 Ken Spilatro ’82 Sandra Nielsen ’77


William McElroy ’83

Walter Mott ’72

Roman Szymansky ’75

Dr. Lorrie J. (Dixon) Vece ’70 Laura Bartus ’98


Dr. Betsy Greenleaf ’92

Denise Gassner Kuhn ’82

James Relyea ’94

Harold Jolicoeur ’95

Jenifer Stevenson ’92

Kathy Storm ’93

Edward Nelson ’72 Maria Rispoli ’03 2009

Dr. Edward E. Boas Jr. ’70

Neal A. Stanton ’89

Patricia M. Hurley, Ph.D., R.N. ’70

Eileen G. Paragano ’91


Jerry J. Ketcham ’73

Mary Beth S. Crile ’93

James M. Gannon ’81

Doris L. McClung ’84


Daren Cortese ’87

Janice (Roe) Smith ’75, ’77

Laura Reilly ’95

Glenbrook Technologies/ Gil Zweig


Dennis L. Bostedo Jr. ’94

Laura A. Ryblewski ’94

Dr. Brian T. Kloss ’02

Donald Sullivan ’99


Anthony Leggio, Jr. ’77

Erin Fowler ’97

Scott Kansky ’97

The Linne Family


Ann F. Grossi ’71

David Murray’s ’78

Michael O’Donnell ’77

Jessica Leone ’02


Paul Goudreau ’86

Jean Snopkowski ’94

Peggy (Margaret) Lund Fitzgibbon, ’88 ’95

David J. Artuso ’86


Michael Klinger ’03

Holly Lusardi ’07

Matthew Roche ’03

Maria DeAngelis ’09

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23 South

Grand Café

Randolph Diner

580 South

H2O Restaurant & Raw Bar

Regal Bank

Aires Jewelers

Hanover Marriott

Rezzza In Bocca Al Lupo

Alexis Diner

Hansel n Griddle

Riveria Maya

Allan Iskra – Limo Lux 2 Go

Hyatt Regency Morristown

Rockaway River Country Club

Anchor Golf Center

Il Michaelangelo’s Restaurant

Roseland Eye Care

Arthur’s Tavern

Investors Bank

Roxbury Diner

Atimo’s Pizzeria

J & J Jewelry

Russo Brother’s

Barbara Capsouras

Joseph T. Vitale

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse

Doherty group

John Herold Jewelers

Safavieh Home Furnishing



Schmeeds Music

Best Western Morristown

La Pizza Pizzeria

Sheraton Parsippany

Business Furniture, Inc.

Lovey’s Pizza & Grill

Shoe Inn

Black Oak Golf Club

Luigis Pizza

Seidner Dentistry

Bob Zajac

Martinizing Dry Cleaners

Suzie’s Salon & Spa

Bon Apetit

Mayo Performing Arts Center

Tens Pharmacy

Brookside Diner

Millburn Diner


Caldwell Diner

Montville Diner

The Long Valley Brew Pub

CCM Alumni Board

Morris Plains T-Shirt Factory

The Madison Hotel

CCM Bookstore

Mt. Freedome Golf

The Ritz Diner


My Limo

Thirsty Turtle

Colleen McArdle



Delta Dental


Tito’s Buritos & Wings

Depasquale the Spa

Katie A. Olsen

Trader Joes


Palermo’s Pizzeria

Verona Restaurant

Don Pepe Steakhouse

Pan Asian


Eileen Paragano

Park Avenue Club

Pamela Williams

Elle Squared

Parsippany Hilton

Fairchilds Market

Pelican Sports Center

Famished Frog

Plaza Restaurant

First Manage Care Option, Inc.

Pro Hair Cutters

Gabrielle Passerini - Weichert Realator



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College Administration

Douglas R. Cabana, Freeholder Director

Dr. Anthony J. Iacono, President

John Cesaro, Deputy Director

Dr. Dwight L. Smith, Vice President of Academic Affairs

Kathy DeFillippo

Karen VanDerhoof, Vice President of Business and Finance and Interim Executive Director of Information Systems

Hank Lyon Thomas J. Mastrangelo Christine Myers Deborah Smith

Board of Trustees

Dr. Bette M. Simmons, Vice President of Student Development and Enrollment Management Joseph T. Vitale, Executive Director for College Advancement and Planning and President of the CCM Foundation Thomas Burk, Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations

Dr. Joseph L. Ricca, Jr., Chair * Paul R. Licitra, Vice Chair Laurie Bogaard, Esq., Treasurer Thomas A. Pepe, Secretary Jeffrey M. Advokat, Esq.

County College of Morris Foundation Joseph T. Vitale, President Katie A. Olsen, Director of Development

Jack N. Frost, Jr. Esq.

Board of Directors

Francis P. Giarratano

William McElroy ’83, Chair

Dr. Barbara L. Hadzima *

Eileen Paragano ’91, Vice Chair

Roger A. Jinks

Robert Zajac, Treasurer

Dr. Joseph S. Weisberg *

John Beyel, Esq., Secretary

Claudia Saavedra, Alumni Trustee

Thomas Pepe, Assistant Secretary

Sandra Geiger, Trustee Emerita

Joseph Bilotti ’88, Faculty Representative

W. Thomas Margetts, Trustee Emeritus All trustees also serve concurrently as members of the CCM Foundation. Members noted with an * serve on the Foundation Board of Directors.

Dr. Cathryn Clary Jack M. Farris, Esq. Carol Fitzpatrick ’86 Sandra Geiger Thomas Hayes Allan Iskra, Esq. Edward Nelson ’72 Everton Scott Eric Seguin Gil Zweig Edward J. Yaw, President Emeritus

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NAME LISTING Jack Farris Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen Jack Frost Schenck, Price, Smith & King, LLP

SPECIAL THANKS to the Following CCM Departments and Boards Alumni Board Gala Committee Gala Volunteers Plant and Maintenance Department Printing Department Department of Music, Dance and Performing Arts



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Music, Dance and Performing Arts Students Professor Marielaine Mammon Graphic Designer – Gina Garcia Media Department Student Ambassadors Club

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Congratulations! Student Scholarship Representative Philippe Clesca ’18

Making CCM proud! County College of Morris Foundation Board of Directors

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Come Celebrate The Inauguration of Dr. Anthony J. Iacono The Third President of County College of Morris

Save the Date Friday, October 6, 2017 Randolph, New Jersey



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County College of Morris

Adopt-A-Chair Tribute to the Performing Arts

Create a lasting tribute to the performing and cultural arts programs at the County College of Morris through the CCM Foundation’s “Adopt a Chair” Program. Inscribed chairs can recognize an individual or a special occasion, an anniversary or graduation, or it can be inscribed to memorialize a loved one.

For more information, call the CCM Foundation at 973-328-5060.

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HOLD the DATE Monday

September 18, 2017

County College of Morris Foundation

Annual Scholarship

GOLF OUTING Rockaway River Country Club 34


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Scholarship Gala Journal 2017  

The County College of Morris Foundation annual scholarship gala, 5/5/17

Scholarship Gala Journal 2017  

The County College of Morris Foundation annual scholarship gala, 5/5/17