Foundation’s Art Show Raises Record Funds For Medical Center

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PERTH AMBOY–Art aficionados and supporters of Raritan Bay Medical Center (RBMC) alike made this year’s Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation – “Inspirations: A Celebration of Art & Spring” annual art show reception the most successful ever, raising more than $60,000 for the medical center’s Wilentz Patient Care Center.

Guests looking to enjoy an elegant night out enjoyed the chic event at RBMC’s Perth Amboy location, complete with live music by the Victor Quezada Jazz Trio, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and wine tasting provided by Joe Canal’s Discount Liquor. As part of a special tribute during the evening, all chairs and honorees from the last 15 years were honored, including; the late Donna Sewitch, Nathan & Norma S. Witkin, Frank M. & Theresa J. Sinatra, Barbara Booz, Constance A. Elek, Rozalia Czaban, Ardith Hodes, Thomas P. Ward, Carol S. Hila, Deborah A. Chalfin, EJ Davis and Irene Conte. “We are so happy to support our community and honor our past chairs, who have given so much back to our community,” said Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation Executive Vice President Nancy Barone.

Select pieces will be displayed on the medical center’s concourse and are available for purchase until Friday, June 22. For more information, or to make a donation, call 1-732-324-5374.

The works of local artists, including; EJ Davis, Lauren Andreola, Amy Brooks, Connie Elek, Fran and Rich Eber, Lois Griffin, Cabbar Komek, John S. Masi, Paul Moran,Michele Mastrangelo, Jodi Ann Mullaney, Susan Schaffer, Margaret Smolarski, Sand Stones, Linda LaStella, Silver Lady, Carolyn Opderbeck and Phyllis Wilkinson were showcased along with works from Woodbridge, Perth Amboy and Old Bridge school district art students.


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