East Windsor Township Mayor Mironov Recognizes Township Clean Communities Committee During National Volunteer Week
Published on May 14, 2019 at 10:57a.m.
Mayor Janice S. Mironov proclaimed National Volunteer Week and recognized the volunteer members of the East Windsor Township Clean Communities Advisory Committee for their service and accomplishments. Mayor Mironov noted, “Each year in East Windsor Township we observe National Volunteer Week because we are very blessed to have a great number of citizens who volunteer their time, skills and talents to participate in our government, and during this time we recognize a group or individuals who have embodied the spirit of volunteerism and have particularly contributed to the programs and activities in the Township.”
Mayor Mironov continued, “The Clean Communities Advisory Committee has done an excellent job this past year and has assisted in a great number of programs for the community, including the annual Earth Day Recycling Poster Contest for elementary school students, Township-wide recycling events, Litter Free recognition for local businesses, the Adopt-a-Spot program, participation in the Mercer Green Fest, support of the East Windsor Green Team, and other community outreach initiatives over the course of the year. The volunteer members on the Clean Communities Advisory Committee each bring a great deal to the table individually through their diverse background and experiences, and they exemplify enthusiasm and passion for serving the community. We want to thank all of the tremendous volunteer members for all of the great work that they have accomplished with such a great spirit.”
Council Member Alan Rosenberg, who serves as council liaison to the Clean Communities Advisory Committee, thanked all of the volunteer members for their contributions over the past year and noted, “the volunteers on the committee are a wonderful group of people, and the student members who serve on the committee give us a great deal of hope for the future of our community.”
Clean Communities Advisory Committee Chairperson John Donnelly thanked Mayor Mironov and Council Members for the recognition and stated, “We are so inspired by Mayor Mironov and the East Windsor Township Council members. We see how hard you work and how successful you are in making East Windsor Township a beautiful and sustainable place to live, work and play, and we are honored by the opportunity to assist you.”
Mayor Mironov thanked and presented a Mayoral Proclamation to the current members of the Clean Communities Advisory Committee: Chairperson John Donnelly; student member Aneesh Acharya; Peter Blok; William Egbert; Douglas Greene; Oscar Guerrero; student member Bhavya Kilambi; student member Abhinav Mahesh; Vandana Mathur, and student member Dayne Wolfe.
Mayor Janice S. Mironov proclaimed National Volunteer Week, and presented a Mayoral Proclamation recognizing and thanking the volunteer members of the East Windsor Clean Communities Advisory Committee at a recent Council meeting. Pictured from left to right are: (back row) Council Liaison Alan Rosenberg; student member Abhinav Mahesh; Oscar Guerrero; John Donnelly, Chairperson, Clean Communities Advisory Committee; Douglas Greene; student member Aneesh Acharya; (front row) William Egbert; Vandana Mathur, and Mayor Janice S. Mironov.More: Home News