SCOTCH PLAINS — Freeholder Chairman Alexander Mirabella recently visited and spoke about County Government and his responsibilities as an elected official before members of the Teen Action Service Corp of the Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Central New Jersey in Scotch Plains. The high school students, under the supervision of Lindsay Napchen of the JCC, perform between 30-40 hours per year of community service, have leadership meetings, and examine aspects of Jewish identity and youth issues.
Freeholder Mirabella (center right, red tie), Lindsay Napchen (holding papers, right, front row), surrounded by student participants in program. Students: Back row – Zach More, Jonathan Belfer, Jordan Bernstein, Andrew Wheeler, Scott Flanzman, Mike Rosenheck, Alyssa Leyden, Derek Weisman, Hannah Nizri, Nick Verderamo, Rachel Armus, Mitch Naveh. Front Row – Abbie Goldring, Julie Queller, Maddie Rosenberg, Alex Ehrenthal, Haley Needle, Alyssa Hartstein. (Photo courtesy of Union County)
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