East End Fund for Children Partnership With Citarella Enters Fourth Year - 27 East

East End Fund for Children Partnership With Citarella Enters Fourth Year

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A table at the event displaying the totebags. HOPE HAMILTON

A table at the event displaying the totebags. HOPE HAMILTON

Citarella staff watching the speeches happily. HOPE HAMILTON

Citarella staff watching the speeches happily. HOPE HAMILTON

Helen Gurrera opens the event with a speech. HOPE HAMILTON

Helen Gurrera opens the event with a speech. HOPE HAMILTON

Everyone at the event celebrates with a big hooray. HOPE HAMILTON

Everyone at the event celebrates with a big hooray. HOPE HAMILTON

The kids from the organizations eagerly watching the speeches. HOPE HAMILTON

The kids from the organizations eagerly watching the speeches. HOPE HAMILTON

Rebecca Taylor from Project MOST gives a speech. HOPE HAMILTON

Rebecca Taylor from Project MOST gives a speech. HOPE HAMILTON

Kids were invited to paint rocks for Citarella's garden. HOPE HAMILTON

Kids were invited to paint rocks for Citarella's garden. HOPE HAMILTON

Kids painted rocks for the event to go in Citarella's garden. HOPE HAMILTON

Kids painted rocks for the event to go in Citarella's garden. HOPE HAMILTON

State Assemblyman Fred Thiele was the second to make a speech. HOPE HAMILTON

State Assemblyman Fred Thiele was the second to make a speech. HOPE HAMILTON

Loretta Davis from the Retreat shows off the special tote bag. HOPE HAMILTON

Loretta Davis from the Retreat shows off the special tote bag. HOPE HAMILTON

Hope Hamilton on Jun 19, 2024
As the workday came to a close, kids and community members alike came together in the garden of Citarella’s Bridgehampton location to celebrate another year of fundraising for the East... more

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