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OUR DONORS – THANK YOU!!

Naim Ali
Stephen and Diane Batschelet
Benco Holding
John J. Bieniek, Jr.
Laura E. Black
David J. Bloom
Adam Bowling
Kevin E. Boyle
Daniel J. Braverman
Kim S. Burns
David Callahan
Paul and Dawn Calvetti
Rachel and John Carmody
Joseph and Joann Carroll
Dennis and Heather Cho
Sandra and George Connelly
Adeline M. Cronin
Peter and Michelle D’Agostino
Susan L. Dichter
Thomas and Kristin Dolan
Estate of Dr. Peter P. Pinto
Jessica and Gary Every
Edward Feins, MD
Christopher John Fierro
Lauren Foundos
David and Priscilla Friedman
Megan Gibson
Great Swamp Watershed Association
Jonathan Hamel
Margaret R. Hamilton
Gregory and Elizabeth Hocking
Charlotte Irwin
Jonathan Amir Jackson
John Kefalas
Misa Kelly
Daniel and Sara Kleiner
Barbara H. Kuller
Akinrotimi Kuteyi
Brian Lawless
Ruey Min Lee
Alan and Shira Leeds
Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook and Cooper
Steven Little
Bruce Mackie
Brian and Eleanor Magley
Seth Mankin
John H. Marchesi III
Richard S. Margolin
Gerard Marini
David Marino
Mary and Louis Marolakos
Alan McClymonds
Myra A. McGinley
Meglio & Assoc.
Metuchen Travel
Thomas Minutillo
William Morrison
Rev. John and Verdenia Mosley
Alexander B. Nalle
Rosalie Nicosia
Ocean Builders
Thomas O’Neill
Richard B. Owens
Anthony and Angela Pantano
Marco Tabacco and Alexis M. Pinto
Peter J. Pinto
Vito and Donna Pinto
Ray and Terry Pisarczyk
Charles Randolph
Adam Ross
John F. Santoro
Stephen Sarsfield and Katherine Lewis
Marilyn Seda
Bruce and Karen Seidmon
Michael Silber
William Slovinsky
Richard F. Smith
Jason and Candace Stafford
Sara Tabacco
Giulia Tabacco
Chris Tambos
Douglas Peter Taylor
Ron and Shari Wahl
Chad Weeks
Walter and Katherine Werner III
Daniel and Laura York

“WHAT IS SUCCESS?

To laugh often and much;
to win the respect of the intelligent people
and the affection of children;
to earn the appreciation of honest critics
and endure the betrayal of false friends;
to appreciate beauty;
to find the best in others;
to leave the world a bit better
whether by a healthy child,a garden patch,
or a redeemed social condition;
to know that one life has breathed easier
because you lived here.

This is to have succeeded.”

― Ralph Waldo Emerson