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Guests at Raritan Bay Medical Center’s Future Leaders Association Inaugural Event. Top row (left to right): Woodbridge Councilwoman Michele Charmello, Chrissy Buteas, and Daniel Harris. Bottom row (left to right): Althea Ford, Jorge Santos and Scott Devlin (Photo courtesy of Raritan Bay Medical Center)

Guests at Raritan Bay Medical Center’s Future Leaders Association Inaugural Event. Top row (left to right): Woodbridge Councilwoman Michele Charmello, Chrissy Buteas, and Daniel Harris. Bottom row (left to right): Althea Ford, Jorge Santos and Scott Devlin (Photo courtesy of Raritan Bay Medical Center)

PERTH AMBOY — Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation announced the formation of the Future Leaders Association at Raritan Bay Medical Center during an inaugural event Aug. 21. Founded by Summer DeFeo, Dan Harris and Kurt Rebovich, Jr., the Future Leaders Association was formed to raise awareness of and funds for the medical center among diverse groups in the Middlesex County and Western Monmouth County areas, particularly energetic community leaders, advocates and professionals.

The event was held August 21 at Bahama Breeze of Woodbridge and included tastings of five of Bahama Breeze’s tropical drinks, as well as live music and giveaways. The event brought in net revenue of $1,200 with proceeds benefitting the medical center.

An information session will be held for individuals wishing to learn more about the Future Leaders Association, for more information contact the Foundation at 732-324-5374 or visit www.rbmcfoundation.org.

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