Rewarding Community Service

The WWBPA recently gave its annual awards to honor those whose community service helps make our community a better place to walk and bicycle.

Trustee Silvia Ascarelli presents a WWBPA COmmunity Service Award to Dan Gerstenhaber

Trustee Silvia Ascarelli presents a WWBPA Community Service Award to Dan Gerstenhaber

Dan Gerstenhaber, the chairman of the BikeFest committee, was honored for his tireless work in running every BikeFest our community has?had — now seven.

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WWBPA Trustees Jerry Foster, Chris Scherer, and Alison Miller present a Community Service Award to Beth Feehan. Former WWBPA Trustee (now Advisor) Susan Conlon, also honored, looks on.

Theresa Best, Mireille Delman, and?Beth Feehan?were honored for their?work organizing the West Windsor Community Farmers’ Market.

In addition, the WWBPA honored two?founding trustees who have stepped down in the past year: Ken Carlson and?Susan Conlon. Both?joined the WWBPA’s advisory board.

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