Week of Honor in Appreciation for Those Who Serve Others
Building on the impact of its first Heroes & Healers celebration last year, County College of Morris (CCM) has arranged for a Week of Honor in appreciation of veterans, active military personnel, first responders and healthcare workers for this yearâ€™s recognition program.
The Second Annual Heroes & Healers program takes place November 8 â€“ 13. As it did last year, the college will have a drive-through Hill of Honor with signs displaying photos and names of active military, veterans, and first responders and healthcare workers who have served others during the pandemic. That display, near Parking Lot 1 on CCMâ€™s Randolph campus, 214 Center Grove Road, will open on November 8 and be available for viewing through November 13. On November 11 at 5 p.m., a Candlelight Ceremony will be held at the Hill of Honor. Then on November 13, the college will hold a recognition ceremony in the Dragonetti Auditorium in the Student Community Center, starting at 10 a.m., that will conclude with a procession to the Hill of Honor. The entire program is free and open to the public.
To reserve a sign with photo on the Hill of Honor, go to https://bookstore.ccm.edu/campus-life-events/.
Heroes & Healers is sponsored by the Student and Veterans Support Organization and CCMâ€™s Departments of Student and Veterans Services, Campus Life, Foundation and Special Events.
Photo: The Hill of Honor at the Heroes & Healers program held at County College of Morris in 2020.