20th Annual Interfaith Thanksgivng Dinner & Awards Celebration

20TH ANNUAL INTERFAITH THANKSGIVING DINNER 

The SCCDC Diversity Award is designed to recognize individuals, corporation(s) and community organizations who embrace the principles of the Coalition’s mission to promote greater understanding of our community and whose courageous actions have embodied the values of civility, diversity, awareness and cooperation in the advancement of public dialogue and public policy on diversity related issues.   
 
Congratulations to all award receipeints. The award will be presented at our Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner on November 20, 2021 at 6:00 pm, at the Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg.   The ticket price is $25 per person.   Please nominate candidates for the 2017 Diversity Award and email us the information at.

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13th Annual Interfaith Thanksgivng Dinner

 

11th Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner

SCCDC Diversity Awards

2010 Diversity Award Winners

 Education:

Sue Reardon, Readington Middle School

Non-Profit:

SEWA International

Youth Leaders: 

NJ Students for Change, Franklin

Faith Community: 

Rabbi Jack Kramer, Congregation Knesseth Israel, Bound Brook

Community Service:

Children's Museum, Bridgewater

 Government:

Hon. Leonard Lance, Congressman, District 7 

Diversity Awards 2009

 2009 Diversity Award Winners:

Education

Eva Nagy, Franklin Township Board of Education

Government

Hon. Upendra Chivukula, Assemblyman,

District 17

Hon. Jack M. Ciattarelli

Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders

 Faith Community

Father Ronald Pollock

St. John’s Episcopal Church, Somerville

 Youth Leaders

MAGNUM Project

 Business

Michael Cohen, President

Darby Litho Graphics, Branchburg

 Community Service

Vinod Singh, Master Tabala Player, GSSA

8th Annual Diversity Award Winners

7th Annual Diversity Award 

Education:  

Kathleen S. Feigley, Executive Director, Kangaroo Kids School, Branchburg

Government: 

Hon. Sue Pai Yang, Compensation Judge, Bridgewater

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Leadership Somerset Program  

Faith Community: 

Hindu Temple Society, Inc. Bridgewater

Youth Leader:   

Keely Swan, Branchburg

Business:   

Anna Lustenberg,  Verizon Foundation

Community Service:

Sascha Higazi, Bound Brook Police Officer

2007 Diversity Awards

2007 award recipients are:

 

Education:  David S. Livingston, Retired, Somerset County Superintendent of School

Government:  Bob Zaborowski, Somerset County Freehold Director

Faith Community:  Muslim Center of Somerset County

Youth Leaders: Conerly Road School – The Peacemaker Program, Franklin Township

Business:  Sonia Amorim, Valley National Bank, Bound Brook

Community Service:  M. Ali Chaudry, Center for Understanding Islam 

Media:  Kathy Bugman, The Star Ledger Reporter

2006 Diversity Award Winners

2006 award categories and recipients are:

 

Education:  Joyce Anne Judd, Raritan Valley Community College Corporation and Education,

Government:  Ken Scherer, Somerset County Freehold Director

Government:  Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office- Bias Crime Unit

Faith Community:  Father Ed Murphy, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Bound Brook

Youth Leaders:  Somerset County Association of Young Professionals

Business:  Andrea Normandia, Johnson & Johnson International

Community Service:  Franklin Township Human Relations Commission

Media:  Rich Reitman, Reitman Group

2005 award categories and recipients are: 

Government - Rick Fontana, Freeholder

Business – Verizon; 

Education – Dr. Patricia Beckford, Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School; 

Journalism/Media – Raymond Chimileski, The Virtual Learning Network; 

Social Service and Volunteerism – Raritan Valley Chinese School, Branchburg; 

Youth Leaders – Bound Brook High School Interact Club; and 

Faith Community – Adrian Weighart, Hispanic Ministry Leader, Living Stones Community Church, Raritan.

4th Annual Diversity Award Winners

4th Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner

 

EDUCATION:

Dr. Patricia Beckford,

BridgewaterRaritanMiddle School

JOURNALISM/ MEDIA:

Raymond Chimileski, The Virtual Learning Network 

SOCIAL SERVICE AND VOLUNTEERISM:

Raritan Valley Chinese School, Branchburg

GOVERNMENT:

Rick Fontana,

SomersetCountyFreehold Director

YOUTH LEADERS:

Bound Brook High School Interact club

BUSINESS: 

Verizon   

FAITH COMMUNITY: 

Adriana Weighart, Hispanic Ministry Leader, Living Stones Community Church, Raritan

2003 Diversity Award Winners

Mr. Donald Bowers, Ethicon (Business)
Mr. Leonard C. Rivers, Franklin Township School (Education)
Hon. Peter Palmer, Somerset County Freeholder (Government)
International Club, Raritan Valley Community College (Youth Leaders)
Dr. Tulsi R. Maharjan, Branchburg Rotary (Volunteerism)
Gurudwara Sikh Temple, Bridgewater (Faith Community)

2002 Diversity Awards Presentation

 

Higher Education

Dr. Richard Trotman, Dean, College Advancement, RVCC

Education

Mr. Frank V. Pepe Jr., Former Superintendent of Franklin School District

Government

Assemblyman Peter J. Biondi

Assistant Prosecutor Kathy Holly

Youth Group  

Somerset County Youth Council

Franklin Multicultural Youth Group

Non-Profit 

Reverend Brooks Smith

Business

The Courier News

 

News

Projects

Community Projects

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