IHOP prepares Thanksgiving Dinner for Brookside Senior Center

Kiwanis Key Club members holding their certificates are Matthew Lin, Wasay Noor, Jaclyn Carifi, Agamya Rao, Razwan Ahmad and Varenya Alvakonda, received a plaque thanking the students for volunteering and making a difference in our community. Township Council Vice President Robert Peluso, Dr. Selimo, Nicolas Limanov, Frank Cahill, Karen DeChristopher, Carol Tiesi and Freeholder Thomas Mastrangelo.

PARSIPPANY — IHOP, 792 Route 46, prepared dinner for over 100 residents residing at Brookside Senior Center.

The residents were offered transportation to IHOP by Ultimate Party Bus and Limo.  Upon arrival at IHOP the guests were greeted by Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany President Frank Cahill, President-elect Karen DeChristopher and members Dr. Patrick Selimo, Nicolas Limanov and Carol Tiesi. Ultimate Party Bus and Limo donated their services to help make this event a success.

Volunteers from Parsippany Hills High School Key Club were Razwan Ahmad, Matthew Lin, Wasay Noor, Varenya Alvakonda, Agamya Rao and Jaclyn Carifi.

Parsippany-Troy Hills Council Vice President Robert Peluso and Freeholder Tom Mastrangelo and Freeholder-elect Heather Darling joined in helping the Key Club members in serving the guests dinner.

Frank Cahill said to the Kiwanis Key Club members “On behalf of the members of Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany we thank you for being part of Key Club and making a difference in our community.”

Robert Peluso presenting IHOP Co-owner Mo Abdelhadi with a plaque for making a difference in our community.

On behalf of Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, Robert Peluso also presented IHOP’s co-owner, Mo Abdelhadi, with a plaque thanking him for making a difference in our community. Peluso is also President of Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce.

Michael Adler, Ultimate Party Bus and Limo and Robert Peluso. Peluso thanks Ultimate Party Bus for donating their services in making this event successful

Nicolas Limanov delivered hot meals to Brookside seniors that couldn’t make the event.

Editors Correction: The story has been updated to correct the Key Club members. Previously we identified the students from Parsippany High School, but all of the volunteers were from Parsippany Hills High School.