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Roslyn Landmark Society 2019 Gala a Huge Success at

The Studio of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney

 

On Friday, June 14, 2019 the Roslyn Landmark Society held a fundraising dinner hosted by John Leboutillier, Mrs. Whitney’s Great-Grandson and Former NY Congressman at The Studio of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney in Old Westbury

to benefit the Roslyn Landmark Society

 

The event raised over $20,000 for the Roslyn Landmark Society  with more than 10 sponsors of the event and enjoyed by 95 members and local officials including; Sabereh Samet from Senator Anna Kaplan’s office, Town Clerk Wayne Wink, Nassau County Legislator Delia DeRiggi Whitton, Village of Roslyn Mayor John Durkin and

Town Councilman Peter Zuckerman.

 

Nassau County Legislator Delia DeRiggi Whitton commented “I am so impressed with the support of the Roslyn Grist Mill project and the Roslyn Landmark Society.  The Studio of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney is very interesting and beautiful.”

 

Village of Roslyn Mayor John Durkin commented “As strong supporters of the arts, my wife Diane and I were delighted that we were able to attend and enjoy the wonderful event at the Whitney Studio”.

 

Roslyn Landmark Society President Howard Kroplick commented “This year had been a significant historic year for our organization which we celebrated at the Gala. Membership has jumped over 200% and fees, donations and sponsorship have increased over $75,000. We could not achieve our preservation and restoration goals without the support

of our sponsors and membership.”

 

Roslyn Landmark Society Administrative Associate Jennifer Lister commented “We are grateful for the continued support from our membership and sponsors of the Roslyn Grist Mill project and the Roslyn Landmark Society.  We continue to carry out the mission of the Society set forth by Roger and Peggy Gerry in 1961.”

 

The evening consisted of private tours of the Studio given by John LeBoutillier, a cocktail party with live music and a silent auction.  A short film was shown at the event to highlight the Roslyn Grist Mill project and to thank the sponsors of the

2019 Gala and Roslyn Grist Mill project.  Click on the YouTube link below to view the video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UNQWFIWd4s

  

Senator Anne Kaplan’s office also presented a proclamation to John Leboutillier for his generosity and support of the

Roslyn Landmark Society.

It is time to Be A Part of History and renew your membership for 2019.

 "Preservation in this country is still a grassroots movement where individuals make the difference."
--Dr. Roger Gerry, Roslyn Landmark Society Founder 

The Roslyn Landmark Society  was founded in 1961 as a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving  and promoting the history and historic resources of Roslyn and the surrounding community.

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