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Symphonettes begin another year of service to community

Symphonettes begin another year of service to community

Symphonettes begin another year of service to community

Pictured is the Symphonettes executive board for 2013 (l-r): president Julie Goldstein; second vice president TesiZito; corresponding secretary Kaylee Fantis; recording secretary Katie Pfleger; first vice president Cara Zito, and treasurer Sarah Roberts.

Symphonettes, a local community service organization, recently kicked off their year, beginning with the annual Mother- Daughter Tea in August.

The organization has been active since 1966 and is composed of charitable young women from high schools across the county. This year, the group will be led by president Julie Goldstein along with parent advisors Cheryl Goldstein, Laura Roberts and Andria Hanley.

The group volunteers at many community service events, with a focus on music and the arts. Last year, the group raised $27,000 that was donated to various organizations.

The members currently are planning for two upcoming events, the fall raffle and a garage sale. A fashion show will take place in the spring.

The Symphonettes welcome community support at these events and more details will come as the dates near. Be on the lookout for bright young women in white blouses ushering many concerts and arts programs throughout the year.

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