The NY/NJ Black McDonald Operators Association hosted its 18th Annual Scholarship Fundraiser Thursday, July 12th, at the Westminster Hotel, Livingston, New Jersey to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities African American Future Achievers Scholarship and the NY/NJ BMOA Scholarship Fund.
This year’s BMOA fundraiser honored the achievements and humanitarianism of National Black McDonald Operators Association Chair & CEO, Ronald Parish and Restaurant Support Officer of McDonald’s USA East DIvision, Rick Colon.
The NY/NJ BMOA provides social, educational, and charitable activities to better the lives of children and their families in the New York and New Jersey communities in which their restaurants serve. During the past seven years NY/NJ BMOA has raised almost half a million dollars in scholarship funds for college bound youth in NY and NJ through its annual fundraiser. Linda Dunham, RMHC Chair and NY/NJ BMOA member, Ron Bailey Harlem, NY McDonald’s Owner and Operator, and a host of key national BMOA and RMHC committee member were in attendance.
First Photo: Honorable Guest Rick Colon who serves as Restaurant support officer East Division for McDonald's; Owner/Operator Ron Bailey; and Roland Parrish Chair & CEO of the National Black McDonald's Operators Association
Second Photo: Group shot of the BMOA New York/ New Jersey Assocation
Third Photo: BMOA President Harry Staley and his Wife Annis Alston Staley