The Auxiliary of the JFK Medical Center Foundation hosted JFK Medical Center’s Golden Jubilee at the Pines Manor. In addition to celebrating JFK’s 50 years of service to its communities, two honorees were recognized - Mayor Thomas Lankey of Edison Township and the late Honorable Anthony M. Yelencsics, JFK’s original Board Chairman. The milestone event attracted nearly 350 attendees and raised more than $275,000 to advance technology at the JFK Breast Center.
JFK Medical Center’s Golden Jubilee Celebrates Past, Present and Future
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By MIDDLESEX COUNTY COLLEGEMay 17, 2018
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