[PHOTO] Union County Medical Reserve Corps Recognized For Service During Sandy

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UNION COUNTY — (From left) Union County Freeholder Chairman Linda Carter and Freeholder Vernell Wright present Ella Shaykevich, Public Health Nurse and Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) unit leader, Health Educator Katie Rodgers and Roberta Milano, PHENS Coordinator/Bureau Chief, with a resolution commending the men and women of the Union County MRC, a group of health care professionals and lay volunteers, for their extraordinary efforts in setting up and manning the Union County Regional Evacuation Shelter at the Cranford Community Center in response to Hurricane Sandy. MRC volunteers supported shelter, working 1,100 hours over 15 days and nights, assisting evacuees whose stays ranged from one night to 12 days. They are joined my Union County Public Safety Director Andrew Moran.  (Photo by Jim Lowney/County of Union)


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