West Berlin, NJ – Jefferson Health donated 24 brand new electric guitar packages to southern New Jersey school systems’ music programs. The guitars, presented on Wednesday, November 20, at Lucien's Manor in West Berlin, New Jersey, were built as part of a team-building exercise among more than 250 Jefferson Health New Jersey managers. The donation supports Jefferson’s organization-wide mission to improve lives, including beyond the walls of its hospitals and medical practices.
Local school representatives accepting two guitars each for their individual music programs, shown with Jefferson Health New Jersey President Joseph W. Devine are, from left: (bottom row) John Stanz, Music Teacher, Eastern Camden County Regional School District; David Gentile, Superintendent, Voorhees Township Public School District; Joseph Bollendorf, Washington Township Public School District; Steve Picot, Vice Principal of Student Athletics and Activities, Eastern Camden County Regional School District; Michelle Smith, Vice Principal, John A. Carusi Middle School (Cherry Hill); and John Hunt, Music Teacher, John A. Carusi Middle School; and (top row) Jennifer Brown, Music Teacher, Black Horse Pike Regional School District; John Botbyl, Music Teacher, Pitman Middle School; Walt Young, Music Teacher, Sterling High School (Somerdale); Gunner Loper, Music Teacher, Magnolia Public School District; and Michael Pollock, Music Teacher, Lindenwold High School.
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