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200 Club of Morris County Celebrates Annual Meeting, Honors President Dr. D’Emidio for Dedication

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MORRIS COUNTY — On Monday, November 13, the Birchwood Manor hosted the annual member meeting of The 200 Club of Morris County.

Media Personality, Bill Spadea

Dr. Robert D’Emidio, the Club President, initiated the evening’s proceedings, warmly welcoming the numerous members who gathered for this notable event. Following his introduction, each committee took turns presenting their reports, providing insights into their recent activities and achievements.

The event then welcomed Media Personality, Bill Spadea, to the stage. Spadea engaged the audience with his thoughts on state laws impacting police work and his perspective on potential future reforms.

At the Annual Membership Meeting of The 200 Club of Morris County, a notable gathering took place that included Parsippany-Troy Hills Mayor James Barberio, Florham Park Mayor Mark Taylor, Dr. Robert D’Emidio, Jodi Spadea, media personality Bill Spadea, and Hanover Township Mayor Thomas “Ace” Gallagher. This event brought together these distinguished figures, highlighting a significant occasion for the club and its community engagement.

A memorable moment of the evening was the presentation of a plaque to Dr. D’Emidio, honoring his dedication and tireless efforts on behalf of the club. This gesture underscored the appreciation and respect he has earned for his commitment to the organization.

At the Annual Meeting of The 200 Club of Morris County, members of the Board, officers, and local dignitaries convened in a significant gathering. This event underscored the club’s strong community ties and the involvement of key local figures in its activities and initiatives.
Morris County Surrogate Heather Darling was in the company of media personality Bill Spadea at the event

Each year The 200 Club awards college, post-high school education, or vocational school scholarships to children of active or retired Morris County firefighters, police, EMTs,
members of local OEMs, as well as high school seniors who volunteer with a Morris County fire department or first aid squad. After carefully and anonymously reviewing applications, the Scholarship Committee chose these 16 deserving high school seniors to receive scholarships.

Nicolas Jannarone, Bill Spadea, and Parsippany-Troy Hills Mayor James Barberio

Fifteen of the students are embarking on their freshman year in the fall with a $5,000 scholarship from The Club. This year the following students received a scholarship: Brielle R. Bloch, Shannon Carey, Thomas DeNicola, Charlotte C. Eriksen, Misha A.Gill, Jacob M. Gringeri, Jack Lemongello, Nicholas C. Licata, Ricardo Nulman, Tiya Patel, Abigail Simon, Anna Thach, Daytona Turton, Parker Turton, Emily Zhao and John Zimmerman. The 2024 application opens on December 1.

Since 1971, The 200 Club of Morris County has welcomed ideas and participation from its
members to ensure that the programs are available for generations to come. They value diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives, so if you have some time to spare throughout the year, they would love to speak with you about volunteer opportunities on a committee. You can familiarize yourself with each committee’s responsibilities by clicking here. You can also email 200clubofmorris@comcast.net or call 200 Club Administrator Lori Richmond at (973) 630-7933.

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Frank Cahill
Frank Cahillhttps://www.frankcahill.com
Publisher of Parsippany Focus since 1989 and Morris Focus since January 1, 2019, both covering a wide range of events. Mr. Cahill serves as the Executive Board Member of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, Lt. Governor of Division 9 Kiwanis Club of NJ, and Chairman of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Advisory Board. Owner of the Morris now app serving small business in Morris County.
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