Waterbury-LaSalle Community Association holds fundraiser for AMVETS

June Haymon, from the First Lutheran Church of Throggs Neck, sold cookies and jam to raise money.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

The Waterbury-LaSalle Community Association held an arts and crafts sale and fundraiser on Saturday, November 7 at First Lutheran Church of Throggs Neck. Some of the proceeds from the sale, which featured the products and talents of local artists and artisans, benefitted AMVETS Post #38. The post is still in the process of rebuilding its waterfront building after it was ravaged in Superstorm Sandy. Pictured above, Helping out the Waterbury-Lasalle Community Association were (l-r) Michele Torrioni, Annie Boller, Frannie Sclafani, Mary Jane Musano and Andrew Chirico.Photo by Silvio Pacifico

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Helping out the Waterbury-Lasalle Community Association were (l-r) Michele Torrioni, Annie Boller, Frannie Sclafani, Mary Jane Musano and Andrew Chirico.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

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