200 Club Gives Away Two Millionth Dollar In Scholarship Aid

MIDDLESEX COUNTY—The 200 Club of Middlesex County recently awarded scholarships to 137 college students at a ceremony at Middlesex County College. The students, who are attending colleges all over the United States, are children of police officers, firefighters and rescue personnel. The 200 Club is an organization dedicated to supporting public safety personnel.

“Members of the club want to thank them and their families for the sacrifices they make,” said Jay Ziznewski, chairman and president of the 200 Club of Middlesex County.


The club, which began in 1974, has given away thousands of scholarships over the years. This year saw the club reach $2 million in aid when Christopher Montalvo was awarded the Provident Bank Scholarship of $1,500.

From left: Ron Franz, 200 Club executive director and Jay Ziznewski, chairman and president of the 200 Club; look on as Christopher Montalvo receives his scholarship from Christopher Martin, vice president of the 200 Club and president of Provident Bank. Harry J. Russell, former 200 Club president and John Ferraro, trustee of the 200 Club and chief of the South Plainfield Police Department were also present. (Photo courtesy of Middlesex County College)

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