Earp Cohn P.C. Attorney Appointed to the Board of Trustees for The Children’s Fresh Air Home (CFAH)

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Kevin J. DiMedio joins The Children’s Fresh Air Home Board; attends the New Jersey Resources for Business Growth Event

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Earp Cohn P.C. attorney Kevin J. DiMedio has been appointed to the Board of Trustees for The Children’s Fresh Air Home (CFAH), a charitable, not-for-profit program located in North Wildwood, NJ. Historically, for over 100 years, the Home has offered summer respites to the New Jersey shore for children ages 7 to 11 who are living with family or community adversities. Currently, while the Home is awaiting renovations, the CFAH mission has remained active by funding scholarships for children to attend Camp Haluwasa, as well as day trips to the New Jersey Shore. The CFAH is currently in the midst of its Century Campaign to raise funds needed to complete the Home renovations.

Mr. DiMedio also recently attended the NJ Resources for Business Growth Event at the Burlington County College, Mount Laurel Campus. The Event hosted numerous government officials including the Lt. Governor, Kim Guadagno, Lori Matheus of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority and Michael Van Wagner, of the NJ Business Action Center. These key government officials explained the role of the varied state and local agencies and offered important resources available to help companies and business owners prosper. Also on hand for this event were representatives of the: Board of Public Utilities; Dept. of Labor & Workforce Development; Small Business Development Center; State Library; Treasury Department; and the UCEDC.

The event was presented by: Burlington County Chamber of Commerce; NJ State Chamber, Business Action Center; Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce; Southern NJ Development Council & Burlington County College, in partnership with Maple Shade Business Association, Moorestown Business Association, Medford Business Association & the Northern Burlington Regional Chamber of Commerce.

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