Greater Trenton’s 3rd Annual Caren Franzini Capital City Award Celebration, which was broadcasted on December 8th, will be re-aired on Comcast’s local channel on various dates closing out the year of 2020 and beginning 2021.

The broadcast will appear on channel 24 in the city of Trenton, Ewing Township, Hopewell Borough, Lawrence Township and Pennington Borough. These areas will have the opportunity to tune in and watch at 7:00 p.m. on multiple occasions beginning Wednesday, December 30th, as well as five different days in the upcoming new year – January 1st, 3rd, 6th, 8th and 10th. It is the first year the annual event will be televised.

Greater Trenton’s 3rd Annual Caren Franzini Capital City Award Ceremony honored Anthony “Skip” Cimino, Executive Director of the New Jersey General Assembly Majority Office, longtime friend of the late Caren Franzini and an instrumental leader in the conception and formation of Greater Trenton.

“We thank all of our sponsors and event committee members who have supported this event, particularly during these challenging times,” said Greater Trenton CEO George Sowa. “While we were not gathered together as in past years, the broadcasted event was certainly special on many fronts as we reflected on Caren Franzini’s legacy and honored our good friend Anthony ‘Skip’ Cimino.”

 

 

This year’s celebration was led by a committee of community leaders chaired by Letícia Ferri, Bristol Myers Squibb’s global lead for the Organization for Latino Achievement and Mike Van Wagner, Vice President of Public Affairs for NJM Insurance Group including Brenda Ross-Dulan, The Ross Dulan Group; John Goedecke, US Bank; Bryan Evans, Greater Trenton; Nancy Faherty, Cashel Faherty Public Relations; Bernie Flynn, Mercer Street Friends; Reggie Hallett, 1911 Smokehouse BBQ; Pat Hartpence, NJM Insurance Group; Jeannine Frisby LaRue, Kaufman Zita Group; Karen Jezierny, Princeton University; Shirley Michael, Greater Trenton; Aquatia Owens, PNC Wealth Advisors; George Sowa, Greater Trenton; John Thurber, Thomas Edison State University; and Andy Zalescik, Northfield Bank.