Cumberland County employees Cheryl McCormick and Tammy Commander were recognized Dec. 7 with awards for excellence by Rutgers Cooperative Extension. The awards are presented annually to one individual within the state. McCormick, 4-H Program Assistant, received the Award for Excellence for Program Assistant, while Agricultural Secretary Tammy Commander was recognized with the Excellence Award for Administrative Staff… McCormick and Commander were applauded for achievements which have significantly enhanced RCE and for demonstrating outstanding performance and creativity above and beyond their position descriptions. Each received a certificate and congratulations from Rutgers Cooperative Extension Director Larry Katz, as well as a $250 award toward professional development from Rutgers Cooperative Extension… County 4-H Agent Julie Karavan noted in her nomination that that Cheryl McCormick is highly regarded by all the RCE staff as a team player who never hesitates to pitch in and assist in making any program run smoothly.
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