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ter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ) an- nounced six winners at its annual Service Awards event that recently took place at the Robert Meyner Reception Center at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel. “We are delighted to pres- ent these awards, which cel- ebrate the mission of AIA to promote the profession of architecture,” said Malcolm Burton, AIA, president of the Jersey Shore section of AIA-

AIA-NJ annual Service Awards at the Robert Meyner Reception Center

NJ. “We need to cultivate and maintain a new generation of talented architects, and making the public aware of their contributions to the profession through the Ser- vice Awards will help to meet this goal.” The Jersey Shore section presents ServiceAwards every year to celebrate exceptional achievements by members of the architecture profes- sion as well as by architec- ture firms in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. The winners are chosen for their positive impact on the architecture profession and local commu- nities through excellence in Stephen Carlidge, AIA re- ceived the “Distinguished ServiceAward” for his roles as past president of AIA Jersey Shore and chair of theAIA-NJ Design Day Conference. Richard Tokarski Jr., AIA received the “Architect of the Year Award” for his regular involvement in pro bono work for non-profits in NJ. April Horvath, AIAreceived the “Young Architect of the Year Award” for her contribu- tion to the redevelopment of Asbury Park. Alysa Antonis, a student at the Philadelphia Univer- sity College of Architecture and the Built Environment received the “Intern of the Year Award.” Chanta Jackson received the “Resident of the Year Award” for several commu- nity service endeavors. Tokarski and Milleman Ar- chitects, an architecture firm received the “Firm of the Year Award” for their commitment to certain core values; their work on the Hope Center, a faith-based organization based in Jersey City. n architectural design. The recipients were:

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