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Millburn Woman Earns ‘Lifetime Achievement’ Award From Literacy Group
Millburn Patch: 5.08.2017 by Eric Kiefer

Adult literacy provider Literacy NJ recently honored Millburn resident Perrine Robinson-Geller with its 2017 Harry van Houten Award for Lifetime Achievement during its annual Literacy for Life Conference at Mercer County College.

Here’s why Robinson-Geller deserved the award, Literacy NJ stated:

“Perrine Robinson-Geller is a devoted advocate of adult literacy services. She joined the board of Literacy Volunteers of New Jersey in 2010 and has generously shared her expertise and her time with the Literacy NJ network.

“Perrine served two terms as board president and provided invaluable leadership as the organization began to explore a merger with its affiliates. Perrine never lost sight of the primary goal of expanding and improving services for low literate adults. After the merger, Perrine served as a member of the founding board of Literacy NJ and then as its first board presidentREAD MORE @

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