Members of the Marlboro K-8 School District Board of Education have appointed Paul Ferland to fill an open seat on the board..
Following the recent resignation of board member Robert Daniel from the panel, Ferland, Sean McCauley and Todd Slawsky applied to fill the open seat.
On June 23, board members tapped Ferland for the position. He is an attorney in New Jersey and New York and is currently employed by the Cozen O’Connor law firm.
Ferland’s appointment will run through the remainder of 2021. The remainder of Daniel’s unexpired term will appear on the Nov. 2 school board election ballot.
Marlboro residents who want to run on Nov. 2 to serve the remainder of the unexpired term or to serve a full three-year term on the school board must file a nominating petition by July 26 to gain a position on the ballot. For more information, call the school district’s administrative office.
Hannah Augsback Lamma of Colts Neck High School has been named a 2021 recipient of the ERA Central Realty Group EDGE Scholarship.
The other recipients are Kaylee Munster of Allentown High School, Maya Tanikawa of Northern Burlington Regional High School, Zachary Shafer of Nottingham High School and Mary Paskhaver of West Windsor-Plainsboro South High School.
According to a press release, the recipients have shown they embody the same ideals for which the business’s Realtor professionals are known: ethics, dedication, genuineness and an entrepreneurial spirit.
The scholarship program, which began in 2005, is funded by the Realtor associates of ERA Central Realty Group and matched by the company. Since its inception, the EDGE Scholarship has awarded $68,200 in scholarships, according to the press release.