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Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester Prepares for Year Ahead with Mount Kisco Kickoff Breakfast

Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester Board of Directors President Todd Rockefeller speaks to committee members at the 2014 Humanitarian Award Dinner Committee Kick Off Breakfast at Café of Love on Jan. 15.
Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester Board of Directors President Todd Rockefeller speaks to committee members at the 2014 Humanitarian Award Dinner Committee Kick Off Breakfast at Café of Love on Jan. 15.

The Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester (BGCNW) kicked off preparations for their 20th annual Humanitarian Award Dinner Wednesday, Jan. 15 at Café of Love in Mount Kisco, urging committee members and volunteers to support the 75-year-old organization and the children it serves.

Brian Skanes, Executive Director of the BGCNW, and Todd Rockefeller, Board President, noted the June 7 award dinner will honor Stuart Marwell, longtime BGCNW board member, supporter and alum, and the President and CEO of Curtis Instruments in Mount Kisco.

“The Award Dinner will be a giant reunion for club members past and present,” Skanes said. “And it won’t just be a look back at the past 75 years, but also a look ahead to the next 75.”

The Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester is located at 351 Main Street, Mt. Kisco, NY and can be reached at (914) 666-8069 or by visiting www.bgcnw.com. For the latest news, photos and updates, please "like" the Club on www.facebook.com/BGCNWand follow on www.twitter.com/BGCNW


About the BGCNW’s 75th anniversary
Since 1939, BGCNW has served the Northern Westchester community, providing children with a safe and nurturing environment that encourages leadership, good character and personal growth. The Club will celebrate the monumental impact it has had on more than 100,000 children from 60 communities across Northern Westchester County by hosting a series of events, including an alumni event in February and its annual Humanitarian Award Dinner in June. BGCNW also invites any former members and friends to share stories about their experiences with the Club to be compiled and shared next summer, all culminating in a community event in September of 2014.

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