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Celebrating 60 Years – Staff Spotlight

CELEBRATING 60 YEARS – STAFF SPOTLIGHT  – Kathleen Noziere currently works with our Early Intervention Program, but she has worked in various departments over the nearly 15 years she has been with CPNJ. She has always worked tirelessly to help the consumers gain new skills and overcome their challenges. We asked Kathleen what her favorite memory was and she had this to say –

“ My fondest memory here at CPNJ is of a weekly activity I used do in the preschool class. Side by side with the class teacher we used to run an activity called “Cooking with Kathy” . Through cooking, we worked to improve recreational and social skills to help the students gain more independence . Together we helped these students improve in many different ways as well as taste something “yummy”. “


Volunteers Treat ARCH Resident TuTu to a Live Baseball Game

On June 9th, volunteers Margie Ticknor, Mark Ticknor, Jack Ticknor, Jerry Wohlgemuth, Adam Wohlgemuth, and Jake Elgrably all helped give ARCH resident Tutu an extremely special birthday. The group of volunteers treated Tutu by taking him to a Somerset Patriots baseball game. During the game they presented Tutu with his very own Somerset Patriots Baseball Jersey. Although the Somerset Patriots lost 6-3 everyone had a great time!