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Honorees: Evelyn Roth, Commissioner of Aging, Town of Hempstead; Gregory Clague, Financial Services Executive, MetLife; Councilmember Elizabeth Crowley; Fred Papert, President, The 42nd Street Development Corp.; Matilda Raffa Cuomo, Former First Lady of NYS. Ann Juliano Jawin, Founder/Chair, Board of Directors, CWNY. Honorees: Sasha Greene, Dir., UFT Retiree Social Services; Alan Kaufman, Treasurer/CEO, Melrose Credit Union; Sue Sutera, Physical Educational Coach, Jamaica High School.

The Center for the Women of New York hosted its 25th anniversary luncheon at the Douglaston Manor and Golf Club. The event honored “Woman of Distinction” Matilda Raffa Cuomo, former First Lady of New York State; Community Service awardee Assemblymember Catherine Nolan; Councilmember Elizabeth Crowley; Catherine Glover, Esq., NYS Democratic State Committeewoman; Sasha Greene, LMSW, Director, UFT Retiree Social Services; Assemblymember Grace Meng; Hon. Evelyn Roth, Nassau County Commissioner for the Aging; Sue Sutera, Physical Ed. Coach, Jamaica High School.

CWNY “Good Guy” Awards went to Assemblymember Edward C. Braunstein; Alan Kaufman, Treasurer, CEO, Melrose Credit Union; Fred Papert, President, The 42nd Street Development Corp.; and Gregory Clague, CLTC, LUTCF, Financial Services Executive, MetLife.

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