Chatham Borough Recognizes its Volunteers at Fishawack Festival: O'Brien, Cifelli, Chmura, Pindak Honored

Volunteer Mike Cifelli receives his resolution of recognition from Borough of Chatham Council member Peter Hoffman Credits: TAP Chatham
Volunteer Dennis O'Brien is greeted by Mayor Bruce Harris at awards ceremony Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham volunteer Dennis O'Brien holds up his certificate of recognition Credits: TAP Chatham
Ken Chmura accepts the volunteer award on behalf of his daughter, Kristy Chmura, who was unable to attend the ceremony Credits: TAP Chatham
Volunteer Jackie Pindak and Chatham Borough Mayor Bruce Harris at volunteer ceremony on Saturday Credits: TAP Chatham
Council members Vicki Fife, Peter Hoffman and Jim Collander with Chatham Borough Mayor Bruce Harris at Fishawack ceremony honoring volunteers Credits: TAP Chatham

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Borough Mayor Bruce Harris and council members recognized volunteers during the Fishawack Festival with a ceremony held in front of the municipal building on Saturday.

Council members in attendance included Peter Hoffman, Jim Collander, Vickie Fife and Bob Weber.

Volunteers recognized included Dennis O'Brien, Mike Cifelli, Kristy Chmura, and Jackie Pindak. Also recognized for the benefits provided to the borough was the Municipal Alliance Committee of the Chathams (MACC) and the Chatham Woman's Club, celebrating its 100th year.

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Mayor Bruce Harris talks about the importance of volunteers with his story about the attitude of "Let George Do It"

Mayor Harris lauds volunteer Michael Cifelli, the chairman of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, for his efforts on behalf of the community 

Mayor Bruce Harris reads the resolution praising volunteer Dennis O'Brien's dedication to the Chatham Farmers' Market

Mayor Harris reads the resolution in honor of volunteer Kristy Chmura, a member of the Chatham Borough Shade Tree Commission

Mayor Harris reads recognition resolution for volunteer Jackie Pindak, a member of the Chatham Historical Society


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