FLORHAM PARK, NJ - The Boy Scouts of America honored Louis Brusco, Jr., MD, FCCM, Chief Medical Officer of the Morristown Medical Center, Arnold Pallay, MD, FAAFP, Managing Partner at Vanguard Medical Group, and Thomas G. Scott, Regional Chief Financial Officer-New Jersey at Prime Health Services, Inc. at the Boy Scouts of America 2018 Health and Medical Awards Dinner that was held on Wednesday, Sept. 26 at the Park Avenue Club in Florham Park, for serving as exemplary role models for the youth of our area.
These recipients were chosen for their outstanding services as evidenced by the interest and leadership they have demonstrated within the community. They are citizens who live the ideals of the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives. The awards dinner was chaired by Vincent K. McInerney, MD, President of NJ Orthopedic Institute.
Through the Boy Scouts of America 2018 Health and Medical Awards Dinner, funds were raised to support the underserved inner city, at risk youths, living in multicultural markets of Northern and Central New Jersey. In addition, this event also supports our growing STEM, “Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics,” program. This initiative will offer over 80 STEM related merit badges ranging from robotics, inventing, architecture, and many more. The Boy Scouts of America has partnered with institutions like MIT, Carnegie-Mellon and ExxonMobil to provide Scouts with relevant skills and experiences in a constantly evolving global economy.
For their outstanding example to the youth of their communities, the Boy Scouts of America salutes Louis Brusco, Jr., MD, FCCM, Arnold Pallay, MD, FAAFP, and Thomas G. Scott with the 2018 Health and Medical Award.
For more information about this event or Scouting, please contact Joseph Gonnella, Chief Development Officer, 973-765-9322 ext. 242 email@example.com or visit www.ppcbsa.org/special-events.