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7th Annual Kiwanis Club of Livingston Youth of the Year Award In Memory of Rudy Cicchino

January 16, 2013 at 12:58 PM

The Kiwanis of Livingston is proud to present an exciting award aimed specifically toward the youth of Livingston. 

On April 1, 2013 one deserving youth, high school senior or under, will be awarded the 7th Annual Kiwanis Club of Livingston Youth of the Year Award in Memory of Rudy Cicchino. The recipient of this award must have made a special contribution or must have performed an act that has enhanced the quality of life within the Livingston community. An example of such a contribution includes, but is not limited to extensive volunteer work within a charitable organization or an act, such as the saving of another's life or befriending an elderly person in need and helping them by running errands, cooking meals, etc. THIS IS NOT AN ACADEMIC AWARD…it is based on volunteerism and good acts only.

 At a special ceremony, the recipient will receive a plaque or framed certificate commemorating this honor, as well as be allocated funds to be donated to the charity of his/her choice upon approval by the committee. This special honor will be given to this year’s recipient at The Kiwanis Club of Livingston’s 83rd.. Charter Night, which will take place on Friday, April 26, 2013 at the Cedar Hill Country Club.

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Livingston residents who are high school seniors and under are eligible and must be nominated by someone other than themselves. This nomination must be verified and substantiated. 

Applications must be postmarked no later than 3/27/2013.

For further information and applications, please contact Christina Slater, Committee Chair at 973.577.7160.

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