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Local Business Leaders Recognized During NECC Awards Banquet, June 8


Several local business professionals will be honored by the North Essex Chamber of Commerce during the 2017 Awards and Leadership Banquet held on Thursday, June 8th, 2017 - 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. 

Scholarships will also be given to local students. Khristina Cassanova, a student at Montclair High School, will be given a scholarship along with a nuber of other local youth.



The Garden Room at THE MANOR

111 Prospect Avenue, West Orange, NJ 07052
Dinner & Cash Bar - 50/50

Includes Cocktail Hour, Salad, Entrée and Dessert


The Manor New Garden Room Reception


Celebrate the North Essex Chamber and all it does at our annual 

Awards & Leadership Banquet. This is the evening when we recognize 

our outstanding members, award annual Scholarships and induct 

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the new Board. Enjoy a sit down dinner with cash bar.


$65 per person paid by June 7th
$75 per person paid after June 7th
$500 for a table of 8 - must be paid by June 7th


NECC Awards & Leadership Banquet


This Year's Chamber Honorees: 

Outstanding Community Leader -  Louis LaSalle

Outstanding Non-Profit Organization - SAVE of Essex County 

Outstanding Business - Lifelong Investments

Outstanding Chamber Member - Eric Francais 

President's Award - Chelsea Dodd


This Year's NECC Scholarship Winners:
Cathleen Atkinson - Cedar Grove High School
Khristina Cassanova - Montclair High School
Ina Gonzales - Mount Saint Dominic Academy
Lynette Massott - Bloomfield High School
Sara "Sally" Short - Verona High School
Lydia Wielgus - James Caldwell High School



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