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Cento Amici Scholarship Dinner on nj.com

Cento Amici Scholarship Recipient Dinner held in Warren Twp. Financial analyst, author and genealogy buff CNBC’s Bill Griffeth was the guest speaker at the Cento Amici Annual Scholarship Recipient Dinner held at Alfie’s Ristorante in Warren, NJ where he welcomed this year’s scholarship recipients. Read more here: http://www.nj.com/messenger-gazette/index.ssf/2017/04/centro_amici_scholarship_recipient_dinner_held_in_warren_twp.html

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Cento Amici Scholarship Recipient in the news

North Plainfield Resident Carlos Pareja Named Cento Amici Scholarship Recipient NORTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – North Plainfield resident Carlos Pareja was among the Garden State residents to receive a scholarship from Cento Amici, a nonprofit that raises money for scholarships for New Jersey students. Pareja and fellow scholarship students were recognized …

Cento Amici in mycentraljersey.com

CNBC’s Bill Griffeth to speak at Cento Amici dinner in Warren Leading financial journalist, author and genealogy buff Bill Griffeth will welcome Cento Amici’s 2016-17 scholarship recipients at the organization’s annual Spring Dinner on April 4 at Alfie’s Ristorante in Warren. Read more here: http://www.mycentraljersey.com/story/news/local/2017/03/14/daily-rundown-tuesday-march-14/98949346/

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Part Two | Legacy: Bob Hurley

Part Two of Legacy: Bob Hurley follows the start of the Friars’ season and the team’s development on the court highlighted by senior point guard R.J. Cole, who takes on leadership responsibilities and embarks on a new milestone. Watch the 6-part documentary every Monday – exclusively on SHOWTIME digital platforms.

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Part One | Legacy: Bob Hurley

Part One of Legacy: Bob Hurley introduces viewers to a coach that has transformed Saint Anthony high school into the heartbeat of a tough, unforgiving city, and instilled the values of commitment and success in the more than 200 Friars who have graduated and continued their careers at the collegiate …