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4/30/2019 - Hamilton’s State of Township Address Yields Donations to Non-Profits Combating Opioid and Substance Abuse

 

Hamilton’s State of Township Address Yields Donations to Non-Profits Combating Opioid and Substance Abuse


Thanks to Mayor Kelly Yaede’s State of the Township Address, three local non-profit organizations working to combat opioid and substance abuse recently received donations to assist them in their laudable efforts.

Recovery Advocates, TOPAC (The Overdose Prevention Agency Corporation) and City of Angels were each recently presented with a $500 donation from proceeds from Mayor Yaede’s State of the Township Address.

This year, Mayor Yaede and Hamilton’s Economic Development Advisory Commission teamed up with local business organizations -- the Hamilton Partnership, ShopHamilton, the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Capital Region Minority Chamber of Commerce – which all co-sponsored the event.

In the attached photo, from left to right are Arlene Olla of the Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission (HTEDAC), Lori Danko – HTEDAC Chairwoman, Martin Flynn - Hamilton Director of Economic Development/Chief of Staff to Mayor Kelly Yaede, Paul Ressler of TOPAC, John Mincarelli of Recovery Advocates, Joe Ricci of Recovery Advocates, Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede, Art Ackerman of City of Angels, Kate Stevens of the HTEDAC and Gretchen DiMarco of the HTEDAC.