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The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has presented the ADL "Americanism Award" to Jane and Neil Golub, of Golub Corp. and Price Chopper Supermarkets, recognizing them for "unwavering commitment to education, the fostering of mutual respect and promotion of ADL’s vision of a world without hate," primarily linked to their commitment to the 'A World of difference" program in New York State.

“The Golubs are making the world a more respectful place in which to live, work and play, and because of their commitment, they have been able to touch the lives of half a million students, teachers and administrators, equipping them to take these issues into the classroom,” said Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director.  “The Golubs believed they could make a difference in their community, and brought together a powerful community coalition of religious, racial and ethnic leaders, developed school curriculum, and engaged a local TV station for two years to launch 'A World of Difference' in upstate New York.”
KC's View:
The Golubs are, simply put, two of the best people I've met in covering this business. Accolades well earned, I think.