E N I O R B R E A K F A S T S - 2004
October 14, 2004
The Commission on Aging once again sponsored a free
breakfast for township seniors on October 14 at 9 AM at the Zion
United Methodist Church in Clarksboro. George Popp, Committeeman of
East Greenwich and Chairman of the East Greenwich Commission on Aging helped to
arrange this event, and acted as master of ceremonies.
The guest speakers
were Assemblywoman MARY T. PREVITE of Legislative District 6 who spoke
experiences in China as
a prisoner of war., Angelo Romeo, Gloucester County Director of Veterans
Affairs who spoke about the new Gloucester County Veteran's Cemetery, Deputy
Mayor John DeGeorge spoke about new events in the township and offered seniors
who had questions to approach him after the event, and East
Greenwich Township Nurse, Mary E. Wigmore, R.N., C.C.M. who spoke
about the flu vaccines and how to prevent contracting the flu.
honored guests attending were Freeholder Helene Reed, Gloucester County
Sheriff Gill Miller, Chief Sheriff Officer Fred Catalano, East Greenwich
Township and Committeeman Pete Miskofsky.
Pictures of the October
14th event are shown below.
Seniors wait for
the program to begin.
Attendance was high, and the
breakfast was readied.
Rev. Richard L. Workman,
Pastor of the Zion Methodist Church
the prayer before breakfast
George Popp was the
master of ceremonies
Gloucester County Director of Veterans Affairs
East Greenwich Township Nurse,Mary E. Wigmore, R.N., C.C.M.
Guest Speaker, Assemblywoman MARY T. PREVITE
From Front to back -- Left Side:
Chief Sheriff Officer
Fred Catalano, Sheriff Gill Miller (Gloucester County)
Right Side: Assemblywoman Mary T. Previte, Deputy Mayor (of East Greenwich)
John DeGeorge, Committeeman Pete Miskofsky.
the honored guests were Freeholder Helene Reed (Board of Chosen Freeholders for
Gloucester County), and Angelo Romeo, Gloucester County Director of Veterans Affairs
East Greenwich Deputy Mayor John DeGeorge announcesa surprise
Committeeman George Popp recieves an award
and acknowledgement for his many years of dedication to
its senior citizens, veterans and more.
May 13, 2004 Senior Breakfast