For the past 20 years, Christine Holman has been protecting North Plainfield’s school children, serving as a school crossing guard under the supervision of the North Plainfield Police Department. She is a fixture at her post on Wilson Avenue, offering a friendly “good morning” to all students. In addition, Christine has assisted with Project Graduation, working as a server at the graduating class’s senior breakfast. As a past president of the North Plainfield Rescue Squad Auxiliary, Christine was responsible for the creation of the Twin Towers float that appeared in North Plainfield’s July 4 th parade celebration commemorating 9/11. She is also a 25 year member of the Washington Park Historic Association, and started the tradition of Victorian ladies presenting flowers to the fallen soldiers during the Borough’s Memorial Day service at Memorial Park. Christine has been a Master Poll worker for two years and have been working at the polls in North Plainfield for the past 20 years.
Christine and her husband Jeff have been homeowners in North Plainfield for the past 25 years, and also own a small farm in southern New Jersey, where they raise goats, rabbits, and chickens. She would like to work toward getting more of North Plainfield’s youth involved in the Somerset County 4H activities, and is also interested in seeing more Victory gardens in the Borough. She is a proponent of independent and healthy living and wants to promote more Homesteading by the residents..