In This Issue
October 2018

Volunteers Honored at Annual Rohatyn Awards Celebration

We are so blessed to have so many amazing volunteers! At our annual volunteer recognition celebration earlier this month, we were honored to recognize Board Member Mal Barasch with our inaugural Pro Bono Service Award and  Cristo Rey New York High School and NYC Food Policy Director Barbara Turk with our 2018 Elizabeth Rohatyn Award for Community Service. Members of our volunteer-led hula class performed at the event, showcasing their delightful dance to the song "Lovely Hula Hands." 

For more information on volunteering at Lenox Hill Neighborhood House , check out our website . See more photos from the event here

Theater, Music and Book Talk Featured in Day of Cultural Events

We were proud to host a full day of cultural events in our Auditorium, including a lively performance of "Go, Granny D!" by Barbara Bates Smith and Jeff Sebens, a classical cello and harp concert by Carlene Stober and Rita Costanzi and a special talk by The New York Times reporter John Leland on his book Happiness is a Choice You Make: Lessons from a Year Among the Oldest Old.
To learn more about our community events, visit our website.

Early Childhood Center Families Prepare Healthy Meals in Cooking Workshops

Family members of our Early Childhood Center students worked with our Food Services team to learn about and prepare some of the healthy meals that we serve their children every day. Some of their delicious creations included vegetable frittatas, homemade granola, black bean and sweet potato chili and more. This fun workshop series provides tools and ideas for incorporating fresh, locally-sourced foods into home-cooked meals to support health and well-being for the entire family!
To learn more about our Early Childhood Center, visit our website.

Saint Peter's Members Enjoy Fiddler on the Roof Performance

Members of our Senior Center at Saint Peter's Church enjoyed an incredible performance of "Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish" thanks to our friends from Sing For Your Seniors and the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene. Through our extensive art, jazz and theater programming, our members have many opportunities to access performances like this one. We are so grateful to partner with so many community arts organizations!

To learn more about our Senior Center at Saint Peter's Church, visit our  website.