RANDOLPH, NJ - The 7th annual Randolph Rock Stars Celebration, hosted by the Randolph Education Foundation (REF) and the Rotary Club of Randolph, will be held on Thursday, June 15 to honor 10 of Randolph Township’s “Rock Stars.”

The 2017 honorees are:

Erica Rossmann - Center Grove Elementary School

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Christopher Kerr – Fernbrook Elementary School

Trish Bourke – Ironia Elementary School

Joanne Kesten – Shongum Elementary School

Christopher Scroggins – Randolph Middle School

Carmela Ferrentino – Randolph High School

Jennifer Baxter - Randolph Township Community Member of the Year

Dr. Anthony Fusco – Randolph Township Business Person of the Year

Katherine M. Kremins - Randolph Township Rotarian of the Year

Angela Turi - Randolph Township Student Volunteer of the Year

“We are so proud to celebrate the teachers and local leaders who truly make a difference in our schools and our town,” said Margaret Clark, REF President. “The Rock Stars celebration is a wonderful opportunity for the community to come together to recognize these 10 outstanding individuals.”

This annual event supports education and youth in Randolph Township and, for the first time, will be held in the Randolph High School Commons from 7-9:30pm. There will be live music throughout the evening and dinner will be catered by The Randolph Diner.

All members of the community are invited to attend. Tickets are $35 per person or $260 for a table of 8. Visit www.randolpheducationfoundation.org or the Randolph Education Foundation Facebook page to RSVP by June 5.

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The mission of the Randolph Education Foundation is to harness the power of our community to create opportunities that inspire teachers to innovate and enable students to thrive. Randolph Education Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 tax-exempt charitable trust that provides alternative funding to support education and innovation in Randolph Township Schools. Launched in 2010, the REF relies on donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations.  These donations are directly applied to vital educational programming for Randolph children.