Nearly 200 friends, benefactors and volunteers gathered at Auletto’s Catering in Deptford, New Jersey on May 2nd, to be part of United Way’s annual Volunteer Recognition Evening.
In addition to great food and camaraderie, emcee for the evening and Chairman of the United Way board of Directors, Ronald J. Uzdavinis, Esq., acknowledged the outstanding job of the outgoing 2012 United Way Campaign Chairman Michael Drager, and welcomed the 2013 Campaign Chairman, Joe Chila, who is Deputy Freeholder Director for Gloucester County.
Jack Eisenmann, Vice President and General Manager of the Paulsboro Refining Company LLC, received the Volunteer Leadership Award, our highest award. Spirit of United Way award winners were Clark Kenyon of GGB, and Lillian Cooper of ExxonMobil Lubricants and Specialties. Drew Turner of K-Tron was named the “New Face of United Way”, while JoBeth Mauriello of Fulton Bank of NJ won the Women’s Leadership Council Award.
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Jack Eisenmann, vice president of the Paulsboro Refining Company will receive the United Way of Gloucester County’s Volunteer Leadership award at the organization’s annual volunteer recognition event on May 2nd. Volunteers from GGB, ExxonMobil Lubricants, K-Tron and Fulton Financial will also be recognized.
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The United Way of Gloucester County’s inaugural 5K Run and Family Fun Walk attracted more than 200 runners and walkers and dozens of spectators and volunteers to the West Deptford Park on April 20th. To see some photos of this event, please click here.
Gary Boncich completed the run in 19:15.1, followed closely by Chris DeMaise at 19:21.8. Lauren Stephenson was the fastest female racer and the third fastest overall at 19:25.5. (For all race results go to https://runsignup.com/race/results/?raceId=2491&eventId=5242)
2013 United Way Campaign Chairman Freeholder Joe Chila was the honorary starter. The event raised nearly $10,000 for the United Way’s community initiative grant to provide supportive services for local active military, veterans and their families.
The vision of the Women’s Leadership Council is to build a strong network of women leaders who work towards a common goal of enriching the lives of women and young ladies through active community involvement, philanthropy and personal leadership. Join the Council to help raise funds and provide grants to aid in the education and empowerment of women of all ages in Gloucester County. Click here to find out about our next fun and informative event on July 15, 2013.