FREEHOLD – Gene and Sam Landy of UMH Properties received a very special signed Joseph Csatari Scouting Anniversary print from Council President Kurt KalafskyI and Scout Executive Lee Marconi of the Monmouth Council, Boy Scouts of America.
Kalafsky and Marconi paid a visit to UMH Properties offices in Freehold to thank the Landys and the company for their dedicated support and commitment to Scouting and on behalf of the council’s executive board.
The Landys and UMH Properties exemplify leadership and philanthropy at the highest level, according to Kalafsky.
“This recognition reflects Gene and Sam’s dedication to Scouting, the development of our county’s youth and to their community. They are ardent supporters of the Scouting mission and the impact Scouting has on young people in helping develop their leadership skills,” Kalafsky said. “Such dedicated volunteers have helped us balance our budget for seven straight years and strengthen our fiscal stewardship.”
Sam Landy said, “It is our pleasure to help support the Scouting program and UMH Properties and employees are very dedicated to community service and volunteerism, and to giving back.”
Monmouth Council, Boy Scouts of America serves more than 7,000 boys across the county through Scouting programs such as Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturing, Exploring and Learning for Life.
UMH Properties, Inc., (UMH) is a real estate investment trust that owns and operates manufactured home communities in six states throughout the northeast, including New Jersey.
Additional information about the Monmouth Council is available by visiting www.monmouthbsa.org or calling 732-536-2347.
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