Assemblywoman Alison Littell McHose and Assemblyman Parker Space, both R-Sussex, Warren, Morris, took the time to meet with President Paul Mazur, students, staff, and members of the board of trustees from Sussex County Community College as part of the annual Community College Ambassador Day at the State House in Trenton. Ambassador Day is an opportunity for community college students, board members and administration to interact with state legislators and talk with them about important issues.
McHose & Space Meet with Ambassadors from Sussex County Community College
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