Gloucester Township, New Jersey — Gloucester Township’s Mayor David R. Mayer, Township Council, and Congressman Donald Norcross will recognize community volunteers at a special ceremony on Saturday, October 13th, at 10 a.m. The event will take place at Gloucester Township Citizens Appreciation Park, which is located on the corner of 9th Avenue and Black Horse Pike in the Glendora section of the Township.
Gloucester Township Citizens Appreciation Park is a place where the community comes together to pay tribute to outstanding resident volunteers. This year Mayor, Council, and Congressman Norcross will honor 33 individuals who have made a commitment to the betterment of Gloucester Township. These volunteers, through their acts of kindness, generosity and selflessness, personify the tradition of service which is embedded in our character as Americans.
Nominating organizations range from fire companies to elementary schools, to athletic associations and more.
“Citizens’ Appreciation Ceremony is the event we always look forward to with great anticipation. It is the day when we get to know more and more amazing people that really impact our community with their actions and the way they chose to live their lives for all of us. Every year hundreds of people come out to support their friends, family members, and fellow residents. Please join us this year to celebrate these remarkable citizens of our beautiful Gloucester Township,” says Mayor David R. Mayer.
Mayor David Mayer, Council, and Congressman Norcross invite all residents and media to attend the 5th Annual Citizens Appreciation Volunteer Recognition Ceremony.
There is no rain date for this event.