Mayor Francis ‘Mac’ Womack and the Township Council honored Scholar/Athlete/Artist, Youth Advocate, Young Adult Peer and Youth Service Award recipients, along with Sewa Diwali, at the December 18 Council Meeting.
North Brunswick Township High School senior Naiya Bogert is the recipient for the Scholar/Athlete/Artist of the Month for December.
The Youth Advocate Award is presented in recognition of distinguished leadership efforts and volunteer activities in serving the youth of the Township of North Brunswick.
This year’s Award recipients are James Armstrong and Tanya Hughes.
The Young Adult Peer Advocate Award is presented in recognition of distinguished examples of strong character, leadership, abilities and a positive role model to their peers in their community.
This year’s Award recipient is Chinmayi Chittamuri, a senior at Central Jersey College Prep Charter School.
The Youth Service Award is presented to a student(s) serving the community of North Brunswick through acts of volunteering, demonstrating leadership skills and positive attitudes toward their peers and community.
This year’s Award recipients are Nishi Patel, a junior at North Brunswick Township High School and Aabir Banerjee, a student at Central Jersey College Prep Charter School.
Sewa Diwali is an initiative by the Hindu American community to serve people in need through food drives and other endeavors.
This year, while celebrating Diwali, the Hindu American community collected and donated 630,000 pounds of food for 200 food pantries, soup kitchens and food banks around 225 townships in 32 states.
Congratulations to our Scholar/Athlete/Artist of Month, Youth Advocate, Young Adult Peer Advocate and Youth Service Award recipients!
We thank the Hindu American volunteers for their community efforts to fight hunger!