Posts Tagged "award"
This year’s angels and their nominators are:
Angels: Barry Rothfeld, Rita Rothfeld, Jason Rothfeld, Sherry Hudes, John Barone, and the entire Cooper Family
Angel: Lucia Eckhardt
Angel: Steve Shavkin
Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation will receive a Special Award at the Dutchess County Economic Development Council’s 2012 Business Excellence Awards ceremony.
The event will be held on Tuesday, October 16, at the Grandview in Poughkeepsie, NY. Click for information about the Business Excellence Awards.
The mission of the DC EDC is to attract, retain, and expand for-profit and not-for-profit businesses for the benefit of Dutchess County [website].
ElfWorksLane has announced that Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation is the winner of their First Annual Egg Decorating Contest!
The funds for the award were raised by a silent auction for the eggs.
ElfWorksLane, “the cutest little vintage and consignment shop ever”, is located at 2 Lagrange Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY, phone (845) 485-5202. Click to see their Facebook page.
A great fundraising idea! Many thanks from Miles of Hope.
Miles of Hope Co-founder Cathy Varunok is among the nominees for the 2011 ATHENA award, to be presented by The Chamber Foundation.
The 2011 ATHENA nominees were chosen because of their strengths in career excellence and leadership, community volunteer involvement and willingness to serve as a mentor, especially to women in the business community.
The Chamber Foundation, Inc., a not-for-profit organization of the Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce, will present the award on Sunday, December 4 during a special brunch at The Grandview in Poughkeepsie, NY. The recipient of the award will travel to the ATHENA International conference in Chicago to represent the Hudson Valley region.
For more information, see the announcement on the DCRCOC website.
November 2, 2011 — The Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation announced today that the St. Francis Hospital Team won the prize and recognition as the Team with the most walkers and the Team who raised the most money from the Community Walk for Breast Cancer supporting Miles of Hope on October 2.
“Team St. Francis raised over $12,000 for this event and we are so grateful for their involvement,” stated Pari Forood, Miles of Hope Executive Director.
“This is an example of a classic grass roots effort to enhance and improve our community,” explained Cathy Varunok, Miles of Hope Co-Founder. “Everyone contributes and raises money for support programs for people affected by breast cancer in the Hudson Valley.”