[PHOTO] Middlesex County College Recognized For Sandy Relief Efforts


EDISON — Middlesex County College received a Hurricane Sandy Relief Award at the Edison Chamber of Commerce Awards Gala on Tuesday, June 4. Shortly after the hurricane struck, the gym in the college’s Physical Education Center was turned into a medical facility to house vulnerable people from New Jersey who needed more care than a regular shelter could provide. In addition, more than 70 people from the college community volunteered to help. They included students from Democracy House, the service-learning program; students from the radiography program; students and faculty from the nursing program; as well as other students, faculty and alumni. From left: nursing student Lynn Cassino of Woodbridge; Nancy Berger of Manalapan, chairperson of the nursing department; Pam Hicks of Fords, nursing faculty member; Raychelle Grooms of South Brunswick, nursing student; and College President Joann La Perla-Morales. Middlesex County College was one of six organizations honored for Sandy relief. (Photo courtesy of Middlesex County College)

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