After standing tall and proud for nearly 600 years, New Jersey’s oldest and largest tree, the Salem Oak, fell in early June. The iconic tree proudly stood for nearly 60 decades before coming down following some significant spring rainfall.
Former Forman Scholar Mariah Pierce says it’s a lifelong process of giving and receiving. Her exemplary leadership has been passed down to her by her own mentor, Patricia Braxton, whose strategy she uses with her mentees.
During her time as Vice President of the Forman S. Acton Educational Foundation, Beth Bordowitz forever changed the way the Foundation operated and the impact it would have on the lives of children and students across Salem.
The newest member of the Forman S. Acton Foundation Board of Trustees, Steve Waddington knows Salem inside and out. He grew up in Mannington Township in Salem County where he attended primary and middle school and worked in local businesses.
Great news for Acorn Fund account holders who graduated high school in 2016, 2017 or 2018 — the application period for Acorn Fund Graduation Bonus Awards, which provide up to $1,000 to eligible Acorn Fund account holders, is open again!