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First Lady Mary Pat Christie visits the Center for Great Expectations, a residential and outpatient treatment center whose mission is to provide homeless pregnant women a safe place to live. First Lady Mary Pat Christie announced her 33rd New Jersey Hero, Beth Stefannacci, who started Go4theGoal Pediatric Cancer Foundation after her 13-year-old son Richard was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma in 2006 and lost his battle with the rare bone cancer a year later. First Lady Mary Pat Christie announced that Drumthwacket, the Governor’s official residence, will be lit up in blue on March 21st to “Light the Way” to bring attention to Down Syndrome cognition research. First Lady Mary Pat Christie Names Melina Garcia of Union City Music Project as the 32nd New Jersey Hero Drumthwacket to “Glow Red” on February 6 to Recognize National Wear Red Day First Lady Mary Pat Christie named Rosemary Gilmartin as the 7th New Jersey Hero of 2014.
  • First Lady Mary Pat Christie Announces Peg Wright, Founder of The Center for Great Expectations, as 34th New Jersey Hero

    First Lady Mary Pat Christie announced Peg Wright, founder and CEO of The Center for Great Expectations, as the 3rd New Jersey Hero of 2015, and 34th Garden State resident to be named a hero since 2010

    The Center for Great Expectations is a residential and outpatient treatment center whose mission is to provide homeless pregnant women a safe place, a safe presence, and a safe path so they may complete a healthy pregnancy, choose a next right step, and follow through on their plan
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  • First Lady Mary Pat Christie Announces Go4theGoal Founder Beth Stefannacci Chosen as 33rd New Jersey Hero

    First Lady Mary Pat Christie announced her 33rd New Jersey Hero, Beth Stefannacci, who started Go4theGoal Pediatric Cancer Foundation after her 13-year-old son Richard was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma in 2006 and lost his battle with the rare bone cancer a year later

    After her son's diagnosis, Beth realized there was a lack of resources available for families with children battling cancer
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  • Lady Mary Pat Christie Spearheads “Light the Way” Initiative with First Spouses from Across the Nation to Bring Greater Awareness of Down Syndrome Cognition Research

    First Lady Mary Pat Christie led a national effort to bring attention to Down syndrome cognition research, a bio-medical initiative targeted at developing drug therapies aimed at improving memory, learning and communication for individuals with Down syndrome Additionally, Governor Christie proclaimed March 21st as Down Syndrome Day in New Jersey
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