Networking Event: Opening A Business in Rockland; People News in Brief

Make it in Rockland Networking Event, April 27

WEST HAVERSTRAW – Rockland Economic Development Corporation and Rockland County’s Office of Economic Growth and Tourism will hold a networking night from 5-8 p.m. April 27. Participants considering opening, moving or growing a business will have a chance to fulfill other company owner and discover Rockland County as a place for business endeavors. Complimentary food and drink supplied. Admission is complimentary, register at Garnerville Arts & Industrial Center, 55 West Railroad Ave., West Haverstraw.

Local Tarrytown Elder Advocate Sherry Saturno wins National Social Work Award.

TARRYTOWN – Sherry Saturno, LNHA, LCSW of Tarrytown has actually won the 2017 National Dedicated and Deserving Social Work Award from Social Work Today Magazine. Saturno, an expert in the field of aging, is the Director of Social Services at Sprain Brook Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Scarsdale and holds master’s degrees from Columbia and Long Island Universities. She composed and produced a 2016 nationwide award winning documentary brief movie called “Human Investment” and is a supporter to secure senior citizens from abuse and exploitation.

Fordham University co-sponsors Family Empowerment Day.

WEST HARRISON-Fordham University’s Graduate School of Social Service’s Westchester Student Congress and Fordham Westchester’s Office of Campus Ministry will be co-sponsoring a Family Empowerment Day to benefit the households residing in the Coachman Family house in White Plains April 19 from 4:30 -6:30 p.m. at the Fordham Westchester CafĂ©.

The occasion will include a supper for all households in presence, games for the kids, and an unique present supplied to everybody. Transport will be supplied by the Campus Ministry and the Ram Vans.

In preparation for the occasion, the Student Congress held a Toiletry and Toy Drive at Fordham Westchester. The drive gathered contributions of toiletries for grownups and coloring books, crayons, decks of cards, puzzles and other little games for kids. Hotels in White Plains have actually added to the drive, contributing toiletries used at their facilities.

Goldkap Consulting Group holds business online forum.

Goldkap Consulting Group holds the Rockland County Business Forum: Sales & Marketing Strategies for Sustained Revenue Growth from 5:30 -7:30 p.m. April 20 at the Crestview Conference Center in West Nyack. Speaker: Leading professional in the sales training field, John Asher from Asher Strategies. Learn ways to construct quantifiable roi and leading line profits development through sales training, marketing and procedure enhancement. Tickets are $55 through or $75 at the door.

Law office invites brand-new lawyer and promotes partner.

WHITE PLAINS – The law practice of Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP, with workplaces in White Plains and Somers, revealed Westchester resident Lauren C. Enea has actually signed up with the company as an associate lawyer. Enea, who formerly worked as a law clerk for the company, will focus her practice in older law, Medicaid preparation and applications, and wills, trusts and estates. Samantha A. Lyons, who has actually been an Associate at Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano since 2013, has actually been promoted to Senior Associate. Lyons will continue to focus her practice in older law, Medicaid preparation and applications and guardianships.

Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano focuses its practice on older law preparation, possession defense preparation, wills, trusts & estates, Medicaid applications (home care and assisted living home), guardianships, unique needs preparing, estate litigation, along with property, business and commercial law. The law practice is at 245 Main St., White Plains with extra workplaces in Somers. See for more details.

Scarsdale precious jewelry shops raises funds for Brighter Futures Day Camp.

SCARSDALE – D’Errico Jewelry in Scarsdale just recently partnered with Lifting Up Westchester to raise money for the D’Errico Summer Camp Scholarship Fund. Revealed at the occasion was newly-created signature customized precious jewelry in the shape of a dove, commemorating the objective of the not-for-profit– to raise guys, females and kids from hardship and anguish. Brothers Sal and Richie D’Errico, owners of D’Errico Jewelry opened their log cabin-style store on Central Avenue to raise funds to support the Lifting Up Westchester (LUW) Brighter Futures Summer Camp for homeless and financially disadvantaged kids. Clients were welcomed to delight in appetisers and a wine tasting and a chance to discover more about the camp which runs for 4 weeks in July at the Ridgeway Elementary School in White Plains.