County Receives 'Gold' Award from Healthier Somerset
Somerset County received a Gold Award from Healthier Somerset at its second annual Healthy Workplace Awards Recognition breakfast June 6 at the Raritan Valley Country Club in Bridgewater. The awards recognize employers who demonstrate their commitment to a healthier worksite by implementing worksite wellness programs that improve the health and well-being of their employees. Recipients earn a bronze, silver or gold designation in the small, medium and large company category based on the length of their program and the number of activities provided. Sixteen Somerset County employers were recognized this year. Pictured left to right are Somerset County Wellness Committee members Yvonne Childress (Finance Division), Michele Samarya-Timm (Health Department) and Caitlin Witucki (Office on Aging & Disability Services); Branchburg Health Officer Cinthia Weaver; Hillsborough Deputy Health Officer Siobhan Spano; Bernards Public Health Nutritionist Cheryl Komline; Somerset County Freeholder and Healthier Somerset liaison Patricia Walsh; Montgomery Health Officer Stephanie Carey; and Bridgewater Human Services Director Chris Poulsen.