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Gloucester County Human Relations Commission Annual Humanitarian Awards Dinner December 1st 2005

Stephen M. Sweeney, Director
Frank S. DiMarco, GCHR Liaison
Robert M. Damminger
Joseph A. Brigandi, Jr.
William Krebs
Helene M. Reed
Dr. Warren S. Wallace, Ed. D., LPC

Gloucester County Human Relations Commission
Annual Humanitarian Awards Dinner December 1st 2005

The Gloucester County HRC recognizes individuals, organizations, and businesses throughout the County.
Woodbury, NJ, November 28, 2005:  On December 1st 2005 the Gloucester County Human Relations Commission will be holding their Annual Humanitarian Awards Dinner at the Gloucester County Superintendents Office located 1360 Tanyard Road in Sewell, NJ 08080 -  (856)-468-6500

Award Recipients

Public Service Award - Darlene Walker
Education Award - Lauren Boerlin, Joyce Tenenbaum, Denise Arizzi and Chris Onorato
Volunteerism Award - Myer and Nella Glick
Student Award - GCIT Performing Arts Troupe
Guidance Award - Joe Pepitone and Linda Lawyer
School Administration Award - Tino Monti and Jill Bryfogle
Law Enforcement Award - Tools for Tolerance
HRC Award - Jackie Love
Journalism Award - Mark Correa
Corporation Award - Gloucester County Federal Savings Bank

Award Nominees  
Ruth Darlene Hunter for Public Service, Rick Ballistari for Volunteerism, Eddie Allen for Student, Amy Bogdanoff for the HRC and Commerce Bank for Corporation

Gloucester County Human Relations Mission Statement
The Human Relations Commission is designed to pro-actively combat prejudices, bigotry and discrimination throughout Gloucester County by working with schools, business, the media and in every other facet of our community where we can promote the general well-being of our society.
The Commission will educate our citizens in order to protect group rights which may have been violated by any form of bias, discrimination or prejudice.
We will use a non-biased, democratic forum to allow honest and unimpeded discussions to enable resolutions mediated by Commission members.
We will encourage every citizen's social responsibility to enable all persons to respect the rights and differences of others regardless of national origin, religious beliefs, ethnic background, sexual orientation, race or disability

Hotline Number: (856) 853-3260