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Kim Guadagno
On November 3, 2009, the people of New Jersey elected Kim Guadagno as the first Lieutenant Governor in the state's history.
The mission of the Department of State is to enhance the overall quality of life for New Jersey residents by advancing and supporting our State’s economic vitality, cultural and historical programs and civic engagement responsibilities.

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  2. Cultural and historical programs
  3. Civic engagement responsibilities
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Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno Commemorates Greek Independence Day with
Members of the New Jersey Hellenic American Heritage Commission
ICYMI – Lt. Governor Guadagno Celebrates Greek Independence Day With State Hellenic Commission
2015 Marks 194th Year of Greece’s Independence from the Ottoman Empire

Trenton, NJ – Commemorating the 194th year of Greek independence, Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno welcomed members of the New Jersey Hellenic American Heritage Commission to the State House on March 26th.

The Hellenic Commission and representatives from the state’s Greek community were in attendance as the Lt. Governor signed a proclamation recognizing Greek Independence Day in New Jersey. Established in 2009, the Hellenic Commission shares information on Hellenic heritage, culture and history and promotes cultural exchanges and economic development between New Jersey residents and the nations of Greece and Cyprus.
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Lt. Governor Guadagno and Women Legislators
Announce Dress Our Vets Clothing Drive
in Celebration of Women’s History Month
Professional Clothing Donations for Women Veterans To Be Gathered Throughout March

Trenton, NJ — Kicking off Women’s History Month, Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno was joined by women legislators to announce the month-long Dress Our Vets initiative, which will collect new or like-new professional clothing for women veterans transitioning to the civilian workforce.

“Every March, we commemorate the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. This year, however, I thought it appropriate to focus on a unique category of leaders – our women veterans,” said Lt. Governor Guadagno. “Let’s all work together to help these women transition from heavy flak jackets to elegant black jackets, from battle dress to professional dress.”

All donated clothing will be given to Suiting Warriors Foundation (SWF), a grass-roots, non-profit mobile concierge suiting service that has suited approximately 600 veterans over the past year. A Veterans Service Organization, SWF supports veterans transitioning into civilian life by providing them with professional attire essential for competing in today’s job market. SWF serves veterans in Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, New York City and Washington, D.C.
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