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The Annual We Are One Dinner is April 23, 2015 at The Fountainhead.
It’s the best night in New Rochelle, but only because you tell us about the amazing work people are doing.
SEPTA PROUDLY ANNOUNCES THE
2015 WE ARE ONE AWARD RECIPIENTS
Albert Leonard Middle School
Isaac E. Young Middle School
KENNY PHILLIPS AND CORRINE OLARI
New Rochelle High School
MAYOR NOAM BRAMSON
Bridges Student Award
MICHAEL J. APOLLO, JR.
Buy Your Tickets Now!
Tickets are now on sale for the We Are One Dinner, Thursday, April 23 at The Fountainhead in New Rochelle.
|Each ticket is $85.
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Dear SEPTA members and friends,
On April 23, 2015 New Rochelle SEPTA will host the annual “We Are One” Awards Dinner at The Fountainhead in New Rochelle. This evening honors many dedicated people (teachers, students, community members, and businesses) whom have made differences in the lives of our children with special needs.
The “We Are One” Dinner is SEPTA’s main fundraising event. With great success the past few years, we have decided to continue with the silent and chance auctions. The proceeds of our auctions will go to fund programs that benefit all the children in New Rochelle. Some of the programs are literacy programs, recreation programs, middle and high school scholarship awards, teacher and building grants, disability awareness, as well as other endeavors.
Please consider participating in this worthwhile cause by donating retail services, products, gift certificates, gift baskets or other items. We would greatly appreciate any donations you can provide for the silent and chance auctions. Donations are fully tax deductible, as we are a 501(c) (3) organization. Tax ID number; 13-3729158. We will provide you with a receipt for your records. By participating as a donor, you or your business or organization will receive a listing in our evening’s program, which will be distributed to over 350 community members, who will be attending the event.
Contact Gina Egan at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements for the donated items to be delivered or picked up. Donations will be accepted until April 1, 2015
Thank you in advance for your generosity and support of our “We Are One” Dinner and Auction Fundraiser event. Please support New Rochelle SEPTA in our efforts to make this evening a success.
Gina Egan & SEPTA “We Are One” Dinner Fundraising Committee
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A Note From Girl Scout Troop 2981 –
We are high school freshmen in New Rochelle. We have been Girl Scouts for many years. Now we are working on our Silver Award project.
Our project is to provide the Special Education students in New Rochelle with an identification bracelet. We chose to do this project after reading about Avonte Oquendo and Senator Chuck Schumer’s idea for tracking bracelets.
If you would like to order a bracelet the form is attached.
You can contact us at email@example.com.
Somos estudiantes de la escuela de High School secundaria en New Rochelle. Llevamos muchos años de Girl Scouts.
Ahora estamos trabajando en nuestro projecto Silver Award. Nuestro projecto es proporcionar a los estudiantes de educación especial en New Rochelle con un brazalete de identificación. Decidimos hacer este projecto después de leer sobre Avonte Oquendo y del Senador Chuck Schumer idea para el seguimiento de las pulseras.
Si le gustaría pedir una pulsera llene el formulario en la siguiente paguina. Puede contactar con nosotros en firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want to share the link to Mayor Bramson’s moving and courageous blog post. Thank you, Mayor Bramson, for understanding and supporting children and adults with disabilities.
It is our pleasure to introduce the 2014-15 New Rochelle SEPTA Executive Committee. Thank you to everyone on the nominating committee for their hard work and especially to the people who will be holding positions on the Executive Committee.
2014-2015 New Rochelle SEPTA Executive Committee:
|Mary Monzon||Recording Secretary|
|Deborah Whitman||Corresponding Secretary|
Watch the story from News12 Westchester
See photos from the night!
Thanks so much to each and every one of you for making this event so very special. Every speech was just amazing! Keep doing what you do for all our children. You are truly inspirational.These pictures will be posted on our SEPTA website. Feel free to download.All the best - and see you next year!Mary Jo & Julia
Meet The Award Recipients
Join us in honoring these amazing individuals:
Albert Leonard Middle School – Barbara Clark
Barnard Early Childhood Center – Jeanne Jacobsen
Columbus Elementary School – Otilia Tanner
George M. Davis Jr. Elementary – Ricky Marchione
Isaac E. Young Middle School – John Fullerton
Jefferson Elementary School- Billy Murphy & Eddie Ortiz
New Rochelle High School – Amy Cermele
Trinity Elementary School – Denise V. Campbell
William B. Ward Elementary School – Lisa Leventhal
Daniel Webster Magnet School- Susan Muller
District-Wide – Edie Barasch
2014 Bridges Award
Conroy’s Basketball – Frank Conroy
2014 Bridges Business Award
Modern Restaurant – Sebastian Aliberti & Anthony Russo
Thursday, April 24
Check out the crowd for the November 19 SEPTA Meeting!
Thanks to everyone who attended this panel discussion with representatives from:
- NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) – Mary Newhard, Deputy Director of OPWDD
- Westchester’s Department of Community Mental Health (DCMH) – Betsy Litt, Children’s SPOA coordinator
- Adult Career & Continuing Education Services – Vocational Rehabilitation (ACCES-VR) – Mark Ridgeway, District Manager