The Kiwanis Club Successfully Hosted Its 26th Annual Wine Tasting Fundraiser

Aysha Avalos, Kiwanis Division 9 Lt. Governor Frank Cahill, Greater Parsippany Kiwanis Club Vice President Ilmi Bojkovic, NJ District Kiwanis Treasurer Martin Slezak and Keyport Kiwanis Club President Lauren Hassane

PARSIPPANY — The Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany held its 26th annual wine tasting fundraiser on Thursday, Oct. 20 at Hanover Manor.

This year’s event, which was attended by approximately 200 guests, was co-sponsored by Order Sons of Italy In America – Lodge 2561. All proceeds from the event will benefit Kiwanis and Sons of Order charities. Italy In America – Lodge 2561.

Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany President Nicolas Limanov, Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor Division 9 Frank Cahill, Joe Jannarone, Jr., Morris County Surrogate Heather Darling, Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Councilman Justin Musella, Joseph E. Bock, Jr.
Boonton City Council Member, Ward 3. Front Row, Aysha Avalos, Ilmi Bojkovic, Vice President of Greater Parsippany Kiwanis Club, and Beverly Pirone.

Joe Canal’s Discount Liquor Outlet curated a premium selection of wines, spirits and beers from 38 distributors and our members were more than happy to pour in a generous sample of the products.

Hanover Manor has done a fantastic job of providing a generous and tasteful hot and cold buffet, cutting stations around appetizers and a dessert/coffee station to accompany the excellent drinks.

Hanover Manor did a fantastic job of providing a generous and tasteful hot and cold buffet
Hanover Manor did a fantastic job of providing a generous and tasteful hot and cold buffet

Congratulations on a very successful event hosted by Kiwanis Greater Parsippany Committee Chairman Michael Mulhaul with President Nicholas Limanovand Sons of Italy Lodge 2561 President Robert Adamo, and of course, to the members of both organizations without whom these worthwhile events would not be possible.

Parsippany-Troy Hills Mayor James Barberio and Morris County Alternate Heather Darling

Local Kiwanis Club-funded programs include sponsored youth programs in the Parsippany-Troy Hills School District, such as Key Clubs at both high schools, Builders Clubs at middle schools, and K-Kids Clubs at all districts. primary schools. Parsippany Day Care Centre; Parsippany Library; Stickley Farms Family Fun Day and many other 501(c)3 organizations that serve children and families.

Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter Executive Director Lorri Caffrey, Volunteer Lorraine Nealis, Development Manager Alison Haight, Volunteer and Foster Program Alison Haight, and Rose Cigna Volunteer and Foster Programs

In addition to this financial support for leadership development and child service initiatives, the club meets the basic needs of less fortunate families in our community by providing food and food cards, toiletries and blankets through partnership with the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills. Community Center. The Club also supports state and national organizations that serve the needs of children and their families.

For more information on the Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany, contact Nicolas Limanov at (917) 499-7299 or click here; For more information on Order Sons of Italy In America – Lodge 2561, click here.

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