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Freeholders Present 2016 NJAC Foundation Scholarships

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Trenton – At their recent August 16, Agenda Meeting the Mercer County Board of Chosen Freeholders presented the New Jersey Association of Counties (NJAC) Foundation Scholarships to four Mercer County Technical School graduates.

The NJAC Foundation is a non-profit organization that is funded through grant money from PSEG, New Jersey Manufacturers, and Investors Bank, who all have facilities in Mercer County. The foundation is committed to providing innovative educational opportunities for county vocational-technical school and county college students.

The scholarship winners were chosen by members of the NJAC Foundation and New Jersey Council of County Vocational Technical Schools.

“While the Freeholders are not directly involved in the selection of the scholarship recipients, I still believe it is important to honor our Mercer County Technical School students who were selected to receive scholarships this year,” said Freeholder Chair and NJAC Delegate Ann M. Cannon. “I would like to personally congratulate this year’s winners, and wish them all the best in their future endeavors”.

For more information please visit for additional details about NJAC and the NJAC Foundation.



Freeholders Anthony Carabelli, Pasquale Colavita, Ann M. Cannon, Andrew Koontz, Samuel Frisby, and Lucylle Walter are pictured with NJAC Foundation Scholarship Winners Kurt Tobie, Marie, Toussaint, and Alexa Ziccardi. (John Vagott was unable to attend)