Posted Sunday, April 22nd, 2018
The County College of Morris (CCM) Foundation will honor four of the college’s outstanding alumni at its gala, to be held Friday, May 4, at the Hanover Marriott.
Gene Fitzpatrick ’90, of Denville, senior vice president at Grey Healthcare Group, will be presented with the Alumnus of the Year Award.
Vasiliki Tsigas-Fotinis ’82, of Succasunna, a creative learning consultant, will receive the Alumni Achievement award.
Trish Colucci Barbosa ’85, of Long Valley, president and principal care manager at Peace Aging Care Experts, LLC, will be presented with the Alumni Service Award.
Dr. Zowie S. Barnes ’01, of Baltimore, onsite medical director at the Baltimore County Detention Center, will receive the Alumni Humanitarian Award.
“This is an opportunity for us to acknowledge and recognize the success of our alumni and their contributions,” said Katie Olsen, executive director of the foundation. “The alumni awards also show present and prospective students the many exemplary alumni who began their education here. CCM is a gateway for success, and we are proud of our alumni and the 2018 awardees.”
The “Dancing Through the Decades: CCM Celebrates 50 Years” gala will feature concoctions and cultures of five decades, running from the 1960s to the present.
An extensive silent auction also will be offered to attendees. Items to be included in the auction are Broadway show tickets to the Tony award-winning “Hamilton” and “Frozen,” a Henri Bendel bag, overnight getaways, private wine tasting parties, a round of golf, Yankee tickets and more.
Corporate tables, sponsorships, ads in the dinner journal and individual tickets are available by calling 973-328-5060 or visiting www.ccm.edu/foundation/gala2018/.