Galloway Township-Port Republic People in the News, Edition of Sept. 6, 2012

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Steven Jean-Baptiste of Galloway holds scholarship check from the National Black McDonald’s Operators Association. Jean-Baptiste earns $1,000 scholarship

Steven Jean-Baptiste of Galloway was awarded a $1,000 check from the National Black McDonald’s Operators Association Scholarship Fund Wednesday Aug. 15.

Every year the association distributes more than $50,000 in scholarships to employees of its member restaurants.

Jean-Baptiste, an employee at the Atlantic City McDonald’s, was nominated by franchisee owners Tony and Rita Mack.

“Steven is a stellar employee,” they said in the nomination. “He is a leader in our organization who helps to deliver outstanding and exceptional service to our customers. We are very proud of his commitment to educational excellence and we hope that this scholarship will encourage him to continue along the path of success.”

Jean-Baptiste attends Atlantic Cape Community College.

McDonald’s is the leading foodservice provider in the United States.

More than 80 percent of McDonald's 14,000 U.S. restaurants are independently owned and operated.

For information on McDonald's see www.mcdonalds.com.

The National Black McDonald’s Operators Association was founded more than 40 years ago. Members of the NBMOA own more than 1,400 McDonald’s restaurants throughout the United States with annual sales collectively exceeding $3.2 billion.

For information see www.nbmoa.org.

Polistina nomination to tax board

William J. Polistina of Galloway has been nominated for membership on the Atlantic County Board of Taxation.


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