Eleanor Roosevelt Awards Dinner 2018

September 5, 2018

Congratulations to Ann Parsekian and Catherine Santaiti, recipients of the Eleanor Roosevelt Volunteer Service Award. Thank you to the Somerset County Federation of Democratic Women for sponsoring this event and for supporting female candidates. Photo Credit: Betsy Bacot-Agner

Bernards Township Democratic Women! Joan Bannan Harris, Catherine Santaiti, Ann Parsekian, Suzanne Glassman, Shona Veasey, Nancy Cook, Nancy D’Andrea, Laurie Saloman, Susan Goldsmith, Sally Booth, and Betsy Bacot Agner.
Honoree Ann Parsekian with her husband, John.
Ann Parsekian, Sally Booth, Joan Bannan Harris, and Nancy Cook…the 2017 Democratic campaign for Bernards Township Committee! We are so proud of this team!!
Laurie Saloman, Susan Goldsmith, and Suzanne Glassman with honoree Ann Parsekian.

Shona Veasey and Sima Guven
Laurie Saloman, Suzanne Glassman,and Joan Bannan Harris.
Joan Bannan Harris, Nancy Cook, and Sally Booth.
Suzanne Glassman, Shona Veasey, Laurie Saloman, and Susan Goldsmith.
Honoree Catherine Santaiti with her number one fan and husband, Matt.
Ann Parsekian and Sally Booth
We love getting our photographer, Betsy, on the other side of the lens. Betsy Bacot-Agner and Nancy Cook.
BTDC Chair Nancy D’Andrea with her husband, Joe.
Catherine Santaiti was clearly thrilled to be honored by the SCFDW.
Robin Gurvin, Suzanne Glassman, and Shona Veasey

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