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Plainfield Officer Recognized as 2018 Union County Municipal Alliance Volunteer of the Year

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Credits: Jim Lowney/County of Union
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UNION COUNTY, NJ - Officer Mylis 'Bernel' Harrison, a school resource officer at Plainfield High School, has been named 2018 Union County Municipal Alliance Volunteer of the Year.

Union County Freeholder Chairman Sergio Granados and Local Advisory Committee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (LACADA) Chair Carol Berger congratulated the 2018 Municipal Alliance Volunteers of the Year at the LACADA annual volunteer recognition dinner in Union on Tuesday.

The Municipal Alliance Volunteers of the Year for their respective towns are:

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  • Detective Brian Soos of Clark
  • Brad Young of Cranford (not pictured)
  • Darlene Lipsett of Garwood
  • Ashley Wyat of Hillside
  • Darlene Candarella of Kenilworth
  • Rebecca Kerins-Tattoli of Linden
  • Nora Murphy of New Providence (not pictured)
  • Officer Mylis 'Bernel' Harrison of Plainfield
  • Ashley Paulino of Roselle Park
  • Kelly Robertson of Scotch Plains-Fanwood
  • Lorre Korecky of Westfield

Harrison recently participated in the Spring Break with First Responders program at the Plainfield Public Library.  He was also featured in the AMC Outdoors 2018 Spring issue.

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