Special thanks to the Somerset Hills Country Club staff for giving our golfers the opportunity to play on this nationally recognized course. Lee was formally recognized on May 22, during the 23rd annual JBWS Grand Tastings event held at the Pleasantdale Chateau in West Orange.
“We are grateful,” says JBWS director of community relations Regina Braham, “to the Randolph Municipal Alliance and the Mountain Lakes Town Club for their grants to sponsor Remote Control.
“The realistic depiction of a dating abusive relationship in the play, leads to a very engaging discussion on how a friend can help both the victim and the person using abusive and controlling behavior.” This is the second year that Randolph High School student Rachel Glineman (l) attended the Youth Leadership Conference.
“We are so pleased that Patti Lee will continue her work with JBWS through her service on our advisory board, remarks Patricia Sly of Chester and CEO of JBWS.
Jersey Battered Women’s Service is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to the prevention and treatment of domestic violence and is based in Morris County.
"This campaign is about responding to our community and their needs, giving those who are fleeing from domestic violence a promise of security, and offering survivors one place where they can tell their stories to one person, at one time, and know that they will be heard.” - Patti Lee Over the next five years, an investment of $1 million is required to sustain the Center and provide operational support, including counseling and client services reflective of the needs of our community. Help us realize our $1 million goal and sustain the Morris Family Justice Center and the hope and safety it offers to families. Learn more about the need for the Morris Family Justice Center Campaign and read one woman's story in the Case for Support.