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GE Capital Real Estate Shines At Gala For Norwalk Seaport Association

L – R  Capt. John Maggio of Norwalk Fire Dept; Michelle Maggio, Common Council Member; Chris Handrinos of the Norwalk Inn; and Andy Garfunkel, former Town Clerk.
L – R Capt. John Maggio of Norwalk Fire Dept; Michelle Maggio, Common Council Member; Chris Handrinos of the Norwalk Inn; and Andy Garfunkel, former Town Clerk. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Carolyn Ripp
L- R - Patrick Brennan James Luton with GE Capital Real Estate, Norwalk Seaport Association President Vinny Scicchitano and Seaport volunteer Mike Bozzuto.
L- R - Patrick Brennan James Luton with GE Capital Real Estate, Norwalk Seaport Association President Vinny Scicchitano and Seaport volunteer Mike Bozzuto. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Carolyn Ripp
L to R – Naomi Kydes (wife of John Kydes); Lucia Rilling, John Kydes (Norwalk Common Council Democrat); Mayor Rilling; Michelle Maggio (Common Council - Republican); and Doug Hempstead (Common Council –Republican).
L to R – Naomi Kydes (wife of John Kydes); Lucia Rilling, John Kydes (Norwalk Common Council Democrat); Mayor Rilling; Michelle Maggio (Common Council - Republican); and Doug Hempstead (Common Council –Republican). Photo Credit: Courtesy of Carolyn Ripp

NORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk Seaport Association honored the volunteer work of GE Capital Real Estate at its 2015 “Stars Over Sheffield” Gala last month, presenting the company with its annual Beacon Award.

In addition to the award presentation, more than 170 attendees enjoyed dinner, dancing, and live and silent auctions at the Norwalk Inn and Conference Center.

The event raised more than $50,000 to benefit the preservation of the historic Sheffield Island Lighthouse and the NSA’s education programs. During the event, attendees were also able to sponsor a child, or a boat full of children, to visit the Sheffield Island Lighthouse during the upcoming season.

“The pledge card idea evolved from our annual ‘Paddle Raise’ where we raised funds for a specific program or project. This year, we asked people to pledge funds for our education program on the island allowing local children to participate who otherwise would not have the opportunity,” said NSA President Vinny Sciccchitano.

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