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Gilda's Club Honors Volunteers and Brownies Make Gift Baskets

gilda1Gilda's Club Westchester held its 2013 Annual Comedy Gala last Thursday, April 18th at The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester in White Plains, NY. The evening was filled with laughter and celebration. Comedian and author Marion Grodin headlined the event, and Weekend Today Show Co-anchor Jenna Wolfe served as the emcee.

Margot Milberg, of Scarsdale, Cindy Musoff and Gerri Sommers, both of Edgemont, who have co-chaired the Gilda's Club Westchester Women's Tennis Classic since its inception in 2009, were honored with the Red Door Award for raising significant funding and awareness about the programs offered free of charge at Gilda's Club Westchester.

Mother-daughter duo Michele Benach of Edgemont and Stacey Wechsler of Rye Brook, were presented with the Gilda2Barbara Bennett-Rones Volunteer of the Year Award for their extraordinary dedication and service to Gilda's Club. Cuddy & Feder LLP and Managing Partner William S. Null, Esq. were named Corporate Honorees for their long-standing generosity and support of Gilda's Club Westchester's mission.

Gilda's Club Westchester is a free cancer support community for men, women, teens and children, impacted by any type of cancer. Located at 80 Maple Avenue in White Plains, NY, Gilda's Club's programs are an essential complement to medical care, providing support and networking groups, workshops, lectures and social activities in a warm and home-like setting.

In Westchester County, 3 out of 4 families are impacted by cancer. Over 5,000 new cases were diagnosed in the last year alone.

giftbasketGirl Scouts Make Gift Baskets for Community Volunteers:

The Scarsdale-Edgemont girls scouts put together May Day baskets for those that do so much in our community. School principles, school secretaries, councilmen/women, editors, etc. were selected and then various troops made the baskets as a thank you for all you do to support our girl scouts and our community.

Joanne Wallenstein of Scarsdale10583 was the grateful recipient of a lovely gift basket from Fox Meadow Troop 209, Brownies in the second grade. Thanks so much -- you made our day!

 

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