Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Marc Levin, Red McKinney and Norm Needleman, Distinguished Citizens

From the Middlesex Chamber of Commerce:

Each year, the Chamber presents this award to one or more individuals who have served as an inspiration to others and are recognized by the Middlesex community as having unselfishly given their time and talent to produce a lasting benefit to the area. The Distinguished Citizen Committee chose the winners from a list of over 200 nominees.

The Chamber proudly announces that the 2009 Distinguished Citizen Award winners are Marc Levin, Robert “Red” McKinney, and Norm Needleman.

Larry McHugh, Chamber President, said, “Again this year, our Distinguished Citizen Committee, under the excellent guidance of Chairman Vincent Amato, has chosen three outstanding individuals. They have contributed to making Middlesex County a better place to work and live and we are extremely proud of all of them.”

The Chamber’s Distinguished Citizen Award winners will be honored at the Chamber’s Annual Dinner event, to be held on June 3, 2009 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cromwell.

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