Photo Gallery: An Evening with David Crosby and Graham Nash, and Other Local Westchester Events



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An Evening with David Crosby & Graham Nash, a benefit concert for Open Door Family Medical Centers held at The Performing Arts Center at Purchase College, raised $428,000. A sit-down dinner for 450 guests was followed by a concert for an additional 550 guests. Tickets ranged from $100 to $150 for the concert to $10,000 for a 10-ticket meet-and-greet with the musicians. Co-chaired by Pleasantville Community Television Producer Marlene Canapi, the event honored two of Westchester County’s most generous residents: David Swope, founder of Club Fit, and Simeon Schwartz, MD, president of WestMed Medical Group and CEO of WestMed Practice Partners.Open Door provides healthcare services at affordable prices to the entire community, particularly the economically disadvantaged. Westchester Magazine sponsored the VIP after party.

Photo by Ed Cody

Franchesca Gardenhire of Queens, New York, with Terrance Clarke of Scarsdale
Marlene Canapi of Pleasantville; David Crosby; Graham Nash; and Michael Baker of Kent, New York

Photo by Lynda Shenkman Curtis

Photo by Ed Cody

Marcia McCraw of Croton-on-Hudson, Cameron Curtis of Manhattan, and Jaimie Shenkman of Croton-on-Hudson

At the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Luncheon held at the Hyatt Regency Greenwich:

Sabrina Magid, DMD, of Harrison; Gayle Morris of Chappaqua; Eve Fogler of North Salem; and Melissa DeSousa of Stamford, Connecticut; Kris Ruby of Greenwich, Connecticut; Patty Palmieri of Armonk; Stacy Geisinger of Bedford; and Selena Watkins (Miss Black New York) of Yonkers

Photo by Ben Brody

Westchester Magazine Fact-Checker/Reporter Katie O’Donnell of Yonkers with Congresswoman Nita Lowey of Harrison at the centennial celebration for Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson, Inc., at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Tarrytown


Michael Hynes of Mamaroneck and Jim Killoran of New Rochelle at a sash ceremony held at Molly Spillane’s in Mamaroneck before the inaugural Sound Shore St. Patrick’s Day Parade

At Archbishop Stepinac High School’s kickoff held at Restaurant 42 in White Plains:

Kevin Keane of Harrison, Stepinac President Father Thomas Collins of White Plains, and William F. Plunkett, Jr. of Tarrytown
Geoffrey Thompson of Croton-on-Hudson, Cynthia Rubino of Yorktown, and Kevin McCarthy of White Plains
Rich Diefenbach of Chappaqua and former Yonkers Mayor Phil Amicone
 

 

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