Union County Freeholder Chairman Al Mirabella (2nd R) and Dr. Thomas Bistocchi (R), Superintendent of Union County Vocational-Technical Schools, present a resolution to Honeywell executives (from left) Tom Hamilton, Joseph Coscia and Kelly Reed thanking them for Honeywell’s foresight, forward thinking and financial support in the area of green education for Union County youth. Honeywell is sponsoring the Green Boot Camp, an intensive five-day, hands-on interactive program designed to help educators get the latest information on teaching green and sustainable concepts to middle school students. The program is scheduled for July 13-17, on the Union County Vo-Tech campus in Scotch Plains. It is offered free of charge, and includes a modest stipend as well as credit for professional development. Each school district in Union County has the opportunity to select one educator to attend. For more information contact Dr. Thomas Bistocchi, Superintendent, Union County Vocational-Technical Schools, 908-889-8288 or firstname.lastname@example.org.