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YMCA Honored for New Jersey Citizenship Award

Pictures left to right: Rick Gorab, Metropolitan YMCA of the Oranges President and CEO; Marcia Meehan, South Mountain YMCA Executive; Bob Kahle, Fairview Lake YMCA Executive; Jennifer Gardner, Sussex County YMCA Executive; Helen Flores, West Essex YMCA Executive; Larry Lev, Sr. VP and COO;  Lou LaSalle, 2012 New Jersey Citizenship Award recipient and Vice President-External Affairs at Saint Barnabas Health Care System; David Thwaits, Rotary Club of Livingston; Bunnie Ratner, 2012 Community Service Award recipient; Allan Feid, Jr., Rotary Club of Livingston;  Peter Schofel, Managing Partner, Eastman Companies; Tony Ceresoli, Wayne YMCA Executive; Michael Schofel, Community Service Award and Ernest Bryant, East Orange YMCA Executive.   Credits: YMCA

LIVINGSTON, NJ - The Livingston Rotary Club recently recognized certain organizations and people that have contributed to the local community through dedicating their time and services.

The annual New Jersey Citizenship Award was presented to the Metropolitan YMCA of the Oranges and brothers, Michael and Peter Schofel of the Eastman Companies were presented with the annual Community Service Award.  

Both the leadership of the Y and Schofel brothers were honored for embodying the Rotary motto of “Service above Self” for their commitment to making the community stronger.  

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