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Rose Gala 2012

Thanks to our wonderful corporate sponsors, friends and members, this year's Rose Gala raised over $115,000 to support QBG and our education programs!

We were delighted to honor Strong Women in Communities:

  • Dorothy Lewandowski, NYC Parks - Queens Borough Commissioner
  • Julia Ermish - Community Activist
  • Suzanne Karl - Chairwoman, Divine Wisdom Catholic Academy
  • Linda Lam - Assurance Managing Partner at
    Ernst & Young, LLP, Northeast Region

Many thanks to our Rose Gala 2012 Sponsors:

Red Rose

  • Consolidated Edison
  • The Kupferberg Family
  • Linda Lam/Ernst & Young, LLP
  • Rovena & Robert Schirling

Pink Rose

  • Broadway Stages
  • Cord Meyer Development
  • Farrell Fritz, P.C.
  • Variosystems, Inc.
  • Andrea Woodner

White Rose

  • Astoria Federal Savings
  • Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
  • New York Hospital Queens
  • Onex Real Estate Partners

Miniature Rose

  • Cathay Bank
  • Council for Airport Opportunity
  • Flushing Savings Bank
  • Renee Ring & Paul Zofnass
  • Rotary Club of Flushing
  • Patricia Shanley & Manhattan Rose Society
  • Stonewall Contracting
  • Martha & Bob Taylor
  • Time Warner Cable, East Region of NYC
  • WAC Lighting

 

 

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