East End Women’s Network To Host Mardi Gras Mixer on February 15 - 27 East

East End Women’s Network To Host Mardi Gras Mixer on February 15

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East End Women's Network President Katherine Pierro and members Madlie and Skerly Armand prepare food for a Thanksgiving charity event. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

East End Women's Network President Katherine Pierro and members Madlie and Skerly Armand prepare food for a Thanksgiving charity event. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

East End Women's Network Membership Chair Kimberly Acquista, President Katherine Pierro and Riverhead Town Supervisor and member Yvette Aguiar. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

East End Women's Network Membership Chair Kimberly Acquista, President Katherine Pierro and Riverhead Town Supervisor and member Yvette Aguiar. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

East End Women's Network members, from left, Director at Large Donna Pradas, Vice President Nicole LeCuit, Scholarship Chair Tracy Davey, member Yvette Aguiar, President Katherine Pierro and her granddaughter, Amelia Wingard, Membership Chair Kimberly Acquista, Media Chair Michelle Stark, Treasurer Tara Archer, and past president Rosane Casella. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

East End Women's Network members, from left, Director at Large Donna Pradas, Vice President Nicole LeCuit, Scholarship Chair Tracy Davey, member Yvette Aguiar, President Katherine Pierro and her granddaughter, Amelia Wingard, Membership Chair Kimberly Acquista, Media Chair Michelle Stark, Treasurer Tara Archer, and past president Rosane Casella. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

Scenes from the East End Women's Network's ugly sweater party last year. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

Scenes from the East End Women's Network's ugly sweater party last year. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

Scenes from the East End Women's Network's ugly sweater party last year. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

Scenes from the East End Women's Network's ugly sweater party last year. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

Scenes from the East End Women's Network's ugly sweater party last year. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

Scenes from the East End Women's Network's ugly sweater party last year. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

Scenes from the East End Women's Network's ugly sweater party last year. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

Scenes from the East End Women's Network's ugly sweater party last year. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

Scenes from the East End Women's Network's ugly sweater party last year. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

Scenes from the East End Women's Network's ugly sweater party last year. COURTESY KATHERINE PIERRO

authorMichelle Trauring on Feb 7, 2023
Mardi Gras — it’s a time for boisterous celebrations, beads, parades, food, music and general tomfoolery. For the East End Women’s Network, however, it’s also about connection — or, more... more

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