Hetrick-Martin Institute Hosts "Schools Out" - 27 East

Hetrick-Martin Institute Hosts “Schools Out”

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Brianna Ottati and Sam Lopinto.

Brianna Ottati and Sam Lopinto.

Mermen Jake Corcoran and Brandon Burks.

Mermen Jake Corcoran and Brandon Burks.

Robin Rose Quartz.

Robin Rose Quartz.

Matt McDonald.

Matt McDonald.

Alli Alexander and Steven Horn.

Alli Alexander and Steven Horn.

Mary Slattery and Cathy Hartman.

Mary Slattery and Cathy Hartman.

Salvatore Piazzolla, Lee Cannon and Tim Peters.

Salvatore Piazzolla, Lee Cannon and Tim Peters.

Bernard Teller and Renee Willett.

Bernard Teller and Renee Willett.

Mark Consuelos, Kelly Ripa, Judith Kasen-Windsor and Emily Crieghton.

Mark Consuelos, Kelly Ripa, Judith Kasen-Windsor and Emily Crieghton.

authorStaff Writer on Jul 17, 2023
The Hetrick-Martin Institute hosted its annual “Schools Out” benefit on Saturday, at the Water Mill home of Nathan Orsman and Jose Castro. The event launched in1988 raised over $600,000 the... more

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