The Friends of Nathaniel Witherell Luncheon a Huge Success!
Two-hundred guests attended the sold-out Fall Luncheon, organized by The Friends of Nathaniel Witherell. Held at the Round Hill Club in Greenwich, the luncheon’s featured speaker was Jane Brody, the Personal Health columnist for The New York Times. Luncheon co-chairs were Debby Lash, Lindsay Ormsby, and Karen Sadik-Khan. Proceeds from the event will benefit The Nathaniel Witherell, the highly regarded, short-term rehabilitation and long-term nursing care center owned by the Town of Greenwich.
Photo Credits: Bob Capazzo/Moffly Media and Harrison Edwards PR.
(Left to right) Luncheon co-chairs Lindsay Ormsby, Karen Sadik-Khan, and Debby Lash.
Luncheon speaker Jane Brody and David Ormsby, chairman of the Friends of Nathaniel Witherell.
(Left to right) Cricket Lockhart, Friends board member Darby Cartun, and Janie Galbreath.
Connecticut State Representative Livvy Floren (left) and Louise Puschel, Friends board member.
(Left to right) Muffin Zoubek, Susan Larkin, and Friends board member Bea Crumbine.
(Left to right) Friends board member Laura Cunningham, Chris Thurlow, former Nathaniel Witherell and Friends of Nathaniel Witherell board member, and Karen Sadik-Khan, luncheon co-chair.
Jack and Donna Moffly. Greenwich Magazine/Moffly Media was the event’s exclusive media sponsor.
Luncheon co-chair Debby Lash (left) and Judy Evnin.
Lin Higgins (left) and Regina Cholnoky.
(Left to right) Lane Reardon; Allen Brown, Witherell’s executive director; and Friends board member Louise Puschel.
Courtney Fischer (left) and Sabrina Raquet.
(Left to right) Luncheon co-chair Lindsay Ormsby, Jenny Baldock, Annette Wilson, and Jean Marie Jamieson.
(Left to right) Leora Levy, Jieun Wax, Carol Crapple, and Barbara MacDonald.
(Left to right) Sharon Phillips, Susan Bevan, and Friends board member Bea Crumbine.
(Left to right) Hwei-Lin Sung, Patricia Burns, Mary Lee Kiernan, and Elly Bruynes.
Greenwich First Selectman Peter J. Tesei addresses the luncheon guests.
A glimpse of the sold-out luncheon at the Round Hill Club.
Linda Munger, one of the raffle winners, displays her new pair of Mabe pearl and gold earrings donated by Betteridge.
Ms. Brody signs copies of her latest book, Jane Brody’s Guide to the Great Beyond (2009, Penguin Random House).