Race to help our fellow New Jerseyans

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The West Milford Township Council applauded Mackenzie Porch, a senior at West Milford High School, for her compassion and drive in organizing a 5K benefiting the towns in South Jersey impacted so heavily by Superstorm Sandy. Mackenzie, a member of the Interact Club, originally wanted a road race. Marilyn Lichtenberg, pictured here with Mackenzie, is a member of the Rotary Club which sponsors the Interact Club. Lichtenberg suggested they use the high school track to avoid the complications of a road race. They got approval from the high school and scheduled the race for the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Mackenzie raised $1,215, which was donated to help fellow New Jerseyans. She received a letter from Gov. Chris Christie, thanking her for her good deed. Way to go Mackenzie.

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