Union County Freeholder Chairman Bruce H. Bergen, Vice Chairman Sergio Granados and Freeholders Bette Jane Kowalski and Vernell Wright joined Gail Kellogg, Proceed Inc. Executive Director Teresa Soto Vega, United Way of Great Union County President & CEO James Horne Jr. and James Kellogg Jr. in cutting the ribbon officially naming the James Kellogg Multicultural Family Success Center during a dedication ceremony in Elizabeth.
Renaming the facility was in honor of the memory of James Kellogg whose J C Kellogg Foundation provided a multi-year grant that helped the Family Success Center opened its doors in August 2013.
The James Kellogg Multicultural Family Success Center, which is sponsored through a partnership of Union County, the United Way and Proceed Inc., works to integrate workforce development, social service and family support strategies to assist residents in need in Elizabeth and throughout Union County.
Several members of the Kellogg family attended the dedication ceremony.
(Photo by Jim Lowney/County of Union)