Flying Superior: (From left) Harvey Cedars Commissioner Paul Rice, Chief of Police Robert Burnaford, Giglio Awning Co. and North Close Home Management operator David Voris, John Kowalski, John Puskas Jr. and Christopher Browning smile just before a new flagpole that memorializes 9/11. (Pictures by Jack Reynolds)
Workforce of equally Giglio Awning Co. and North Close Property Management were on hand Flag Day, June 14, at Sunset Park to install a 30-foot flag pole they donated to help Harvey Cedars borough in developing a 9/11 commemorative memorial room.
The environmentally friendly space at the park is notably valued by Dave Voris, who owns and runs equally Giglio Awning Co. and North Stop Property Administration at 7802 Lengthy Seaside Blvd. in Harvey Cedars. After getting approached by the city about possibly generating a 9/11 memorial at the southeastern point of Sunset Park, Voris bought and delivered the flag pole to serve as the focal position of the space.
“The spirit of our company lies in its proximity to the sea, and hence it is a precedence of ours to assist endeavors that aid citizens and website visitors delight in and be protected in and all-around the ocean and bay,” Voris said.
John Imperiale, deputy mayor and commissioner of public security and community affairs, claimed, “The borough of Harvey Cedars has a potent dedication to supporting our business neighborhood, and this is a wonderful example of how the small business community is demonstrating a identical, sturdy motivation to the town.
“We are exceptionally appreciative of Giglio Awning and North Stop Residence Administration and are privileged to have them as aspect of our Harvey Cedars group,” he extra.
The flag pole donation is just 1 of many neighborhood outreach efforts that Voris is enterprise in honor of the the 45th anniversary of Giglio Awning Co. and the 24th anniversary of North Conclusion Assets Administration.
The enterprises kicked off their calendar year of giving by currently being a person of many selection/donation details for The Hunger Basis of Southern Ocean’s neighborhood-huge foodstuff generate. The Hunger Foundation serves the 8 major food stuff pantries in Southern Ocean County, from Lacey Township to Tuckerton, like three in-school pantries at Southern Regional Superior School, Pinelands Regional Significant College and Stockton University. By the collection travel just finished, the basis was equipped to make a considerable drop-off of nonperishable foods and funds to each of the pantries, in its ongoing efforts to struggle starvation in the community location. —M.S.