In This Issue
November 2018

Eighth Annual Arthur L. Loeb Cup Bridge Tournament Draws Nearly 200 Participants

Nearly 200 bridge players visited the Neighborhood House for the Eighth Annual Arthur L. Loeb Cup Bridge Tournament, raising critical funds to directly help those in need in our community. The Tournament was chaired by Board Member and Tournament Founder Amie James, Cordelia Menges and Judi Radin, co-chaired by Hee-Jung Moon, Gigi Noyes and Board Member Kristen Swenson and directed by Christopher Rivera. Thank you to everyone who participated in and contributed to the tournament. This special event raised $100,000 to support our essential programs for our neighbors in need. We are so grateful for your wonderful support!

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Early Childhood Center Students Celebrate Autumn at Harvest Festival

Our Early Childhood Center students celebrated the onset of fall at our annual Harvest Festival. The children performed seasonally inspired songs that they have been learning in their classrooms and selected pumpkins to take home.  This fun festival marked the first time this school year that our students sang in front of an audience of their peers and teachers. They did a phenomenal job; we are so proud of them!

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Senior Center Members Enjoy New York Session Symphony Performance

New York Session Symphony brought their entire orchestra into the Dining Room at the Center @ Lenox Hill Neighborhood House! Featuring a harpist, the group played  Debussy's Danse sacrée et danse frofane, Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 3 in A minor, Op. 56 and Rossini's Overture to Il barbiere di Siviglia. New York Session Symphony performs at our senior center three times each year; we always have a huge turnout for this wonderful event, which brings free classical music to our community of older adults. 
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Casa Mutua Residents Lead Trinidadian Cooking Workshop

In a workshop led by Casa Mutua residents Claire and Wayne, and with support from our Food Services team, Lenox Hill Neighborhood House staff learned to cook Trinidadian chicken curry and vegetable curry with coconut rice. Staff members had a great time preparing, learning about and especially tasting these traditional Trinidadian foods! This type of holistic cross-programmatic collaboration is such a great way for our community and staff to support and learn from one another, build meaningful connections and have fun at the same time!
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