UNION COUNTY — Union County Freeholder Vernell Wright (right) presents resolutions to representatives of nine organizations commending them for their support and commitment as volunteer worksite members of the Union County Community Service Youth Offender Program. The organization are Family & Children’s Services of Elizabeth, St. Joseph’s Social Service Center of Elizabeth, Fanwood-Scotch Plains Recycling Center, the Watchung Stables and Reservation in Mountainside, the City of Plainfield Department of Public Works, Downtown Westfield Corporation, the Kenilworth Veteran’s Center/VFW Post 2230, Rose of Sharon Church in Plainfield and the Community Food Bank of New Jersey in Hillside. The Community Service Youth Offender Program is a Union County initiative, which focuses on delinquency prevention and helping restore communities. (Photo by Jim Lowney/County of Union)
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