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Gala Raises Money for Ambulance Corps

Andrea and the Armenian Rug Riders - Lead Guitar - John Scavelli, Lead Singer - Andrea Ekizian, Drummer - Brett Roberts and Bass Player - Ric LuBell. Credits: Deena Bell
Kurt Guldan welcomes everyone to the gala event and thanks everyone that helped make it a great night. Credits: Deena Bell
Chris and Karen Jordan. Credits: Deena Bell
Karen Aronian, Nancy Sorbella and Susan Lucas. Credits: Deena Bell
Liz Peck and Al Kim look through Tom Christophers’ brochure of art work. Credits: Deena Bell
Local Artist Tom Christopher stands by the art piece he donated to the auction. Credits: Deena Bell
Daniel and Keri Dreyer and Bill Crenson Credits: Deena Bell
Superintendent of Recreation Beverly Golisano, Councilman Martin Aronchick, First Assistant Trish Gallagher and Councilman Brent Golisano. Credits: Deena Bell
Elizabeth Hagen, Diana Velasco and Niki Raucci Credits: Deena Bell
Jason Clark, Lew Mead, Linda Mead and Kay Petroff Credits: Deena Bell
Kay Petroff, Janice Hellwinkel and Marianne Golden Credits: Deena Bell
Sophia Skolnick and Lorenzo Serra. Credits: Deena Bell
Hugh Andrews and Frank Cassidy Credits: Deena Bell
Warren Lucas bid on one of the many wonderful items donated. Credits: Deena Bell

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.— The North Salem Ambulance Corps held its 5th annual winter gala at Salem Golf Club on Saturday, March 4. The gala, which raised money for various projects by the ambulance corps, including the purchase of a Stryker brand evacuation chair for use during emergencies.

The evening featured cocktails, a buffet dinner, music, dancing, a raffle and silent auction.

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