Senior Citizens Activities Network (scan) and Eagle Oaks Country Club raise $50,000 for seniors at the Jersey Shore at First Annual Golf Classic
July 29, 2022

Senior Citizens Activities Network and Eagle Oaks Golf & Country Club Honors Monmouth County Clerk, Christine Giordano Hanlon and others at 34th Annual Luncheon.

Eatontown, NJ – The Senior Citizens Activities Network (SCAN) was pleased to announce the honorees for its 34th Annual Leaders of Distinction Luncheon, which was held on Tuesday, October 18th at the prestigious Eagle Oaks Golf and Country Club in Farmingdale, NJ. 

This year’s honorees included Christine Giordano Hanlon, Monmouth County Clerk; Cris Brown, Marketing Director, Imperial Healthcare and SCAN Board Member and Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey. SCAN also honored their Volunteer of the Year, Ms. Adrienne Nittolo, Event Planner and SCAN Board Member and Renee Maxwell, a 30-year member of SCAN. 

“We’re thrilled to be able to recognize such an amazing slate of honorees at this year’s annual luncheon,” said Mike Ciavolino, Executive Director of SCAN. “Each and every one of them have made a difference in some way for seniors in our area and have touched the lives of the entire SCAN community”, said Mike Ciavolino, Executive Director of SCAN.  

We’re also incredibly grateful to our SCAN sponsors, donors and members for their support. “Thanks to them, we’ll be able to serve even more seniors in Monmouth and Ocean Counties in 2022 and beyond. 

Major Sponsors for SCAN’s Annual Luncheon included New Jersey Natural Gas, The SAVE GREEN Energy Project, Braven Health & Brightview Senior Living.

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