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BCW Rising Stars Alumni Pitch in at YMCA Day of Service @ Camp Combe

Twenty of the BCW’s Rising Stars Alumni and Members were on hand May 31 to participate in the YMCA Day of Service @ Camp Combe. The Rising Stars worked on clearing trails and painting buildings at the park. The Day of Service was part of the Rising Stars Not-for-Profit Partnership Initiative.   

Located on the YMCA of Central and Northern Westchester’s beautiful 100 acres facility in Putnam Valley, the YMCA Camp Combe Day Camp serves campers ages 4-14. The mini-camp, big camp, and leadership development LIT/CIT programs provide campers with the opportunity to participate in all the traditional camp activities such as swimming, hiking, ziplining, archery, and so much more. YMCA Camp Combe provides campers with the opportunity to grow and explore while surrounded by a community of friends that will last a lifetime!

Rising Stars Alumni who participated in the Day of Service included, Daniel Alvarez (The First Bank of Greenwich); Samantha Behar (New York Medical College); Samantha Cepin (BCW); Domenick Cocchiara (Thompson & Bender); Sean D’Alfonso (Iona University); Sabrina Das (DDWWW); Amanda DePalma (BCW); Bonnie Fogarty (YMCA); Kaleigh Garraffa (BCW); Kayla Hendrickson (YMCA); Tim Kennedy (PCI); Dana Lawless (Child Care Council of Westchester, Inc.); Jack Martinelli (914 INC. & Westchester Magazine); Marisa Mazzo-Dostilio (VeeKast); Angelique Morelli (YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester); Ciera Scriber (DDWWW); David Soltis (Empire City Casino by MGM Resorts); Amy Thomai (Cuddy & Feder LLP); Heidi Winslow (DDWWW); Madison Winslow and Franciso Tejada (Avports, LLC)

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