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Ninth Annual Troop 25 Dinner Dance 


Save the Date:  Friday, February 15, 2013, 7PM - Midnight - Mayfair Farms, 481 Eagle Rock Ave., West Orange, NJ.  Black Tie Optional.  Maria Iapicca - Dinner Dance Chair





Honoree:  Dr. Doreen Di Domenico 

 Invitation  ---  Reservation  ---  Journal  



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Dr. Doreen McAndrew DiDomenico grew up in the Greenville section of Jersey City where she attended St. Paul’s Parochial School, and then St. Dominic Academy where she was active in the Student Council and National Honor Society.  She attended St. John’s University where she graduated summa cum laude in 1984 with a BS in Psychology and the President’s Medal, and earned a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 1995.

At present, Dr. DiDomenico is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist employed by Rutgers University for the past 16 years. At Rutgers, she serves as a Behavior Specialist with Project: Natural Setting Therapeutic Management (NSTM), providing behavioral consultation and training to care providers of individuals with developmental disabilities and behavioral challenges. Through the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, she provides training and clinical supervision to doctoral students. She also serves as consulting psychologist to several agencies for persons with developmental disabilities. After becoming the parent of a child with a developmental disability, she lectures regularly at professional conferences locally and throughout the country on issues related to parent/professional collaboration for special needs children.

Freeholder DiDomenico is the Coordinator of the Child and Adolescent Program at the Rutgers Anxiety Disorders Clinic, providing evaluations and psychotherapy to individuals struggling with anxiety. At the clinic, she also treats Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Vietnam and Iraq veterans under a contract with the Veteran’s Administration. 

She is an active member of several professional organizations, including the American Psychological Association, the American Association on Mental Retardation, and the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. 

She has served as a Trustee with the Bayonne Board of Education from 2000 -- 2007, a prior member of the Board of the Bayonne Community Mental Health Center, and currently serves on the Advisory Board of the Windmill Alliance where she was recently appointed Chair of their 2006 Capital Campaign.

In her inaugural term on the Board of Chosen Freeholders, Doreen DiDomenico was elected to the position of Chairperson Pro Tempore for 2007 and as Vice Chairperson for 2008. She serves as Chair of the Environmental, Health and Human Services, and Women and Minority Issues Committees. She is also representing the Freeholders on the Meadowview Psychiatric Hospital Board of Managers and on the Hudson County Planning Board.

Married to Jay DiDomenico, she is the parent of two daughters: Wendy, age 16 and Jaime, age 9, both students in Bayonne public schools. 



To supplement an extensive outdoor experience for your son takes much funding.  We hold an annual (black tie optional) dinner dance with recognition of a community leader who supports youth activities, a program journal, gift basket drawing, program video, and fantastic cocktail hour/dinner.  Music gets everyone on the dance floor and the troop family/friends makes for a great time.


The dinner dance involves much parent and community leaders particiation in promoting ticket sales and journal ads as well as planning and organizing the event.




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