23 Mar Living Clocktower Ribbon Cutting
It was a beautiful, sunny afternoon as Catalyst Vice President Amanda Toton welcomed the attendees to the Pennsauken ribbon cutting prior to handing the ceremonial scissors to Mayor Marco DiBattista, who did the honors of cutting the ribbon. Pennsauken Deputy Mayor Jessica Raffeh, and Committee Persons Vince Martinez and Nikki Roberts also participated.
Amanda Toton, VP Development for Catalyst Experiential, welcomes the Pennsauken Council and shares how this space was transformed from a concrete and asphalt lot with a pink stereo repair shop into the beautiful trees, pond, and Living Clocktower that grace it today.
Pennsauken Mayor Marco DiBattista thanks Catalyst prior to formally cutting the ribbon.
Pennsauken Mayor Marco DiBattista cuts the ribbon as the dynamic geysers spring to life behind him, and Catalyst VP Amanda Toton, Pennsauken Deputy Mayor Jessica Raffeh, and Committee Persons Vince Martinez and Nikki Roberts enjoy the moment.