Daniel Gale Sotheby’s Supports Save the Children Co-Chairs Spring Benefit Concert Held May 14

Posted by Kathleen Caputi — April 18, 2016

1461012179COLD SPRING HARBOR, NY - Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, one of the nation’s leading realtors, is playing a significant role in raising funds for the Long Island Council of Save the Children.  Daniel Gale Sotheby’s Deborah Hauser and Abby Sheeline, board members of Save the Children LI Council, are co-chairing its Spring Benefit, “A Night at the Speakeasy,” and Daniel Gale Sotheby’s is supporting their efforts with a sponsorship and a cadre of volunteers.

“A Night at the Speakeasy,” which will take place Saturday, May 14 at the Paramount in Huntington, NY, features music by three popular Long Island bands and invites attendees to dress in 1920s attire as desired.

“The outpouring of support for Save the Children demonstrated by our agents, our administrative managers and staff, and particularly by the efforts of Abby and Deb has been nothing short of amazing,” said President and CEO Patricia J. Petersen. “It’s a winning combination of hard work and dedication, hands-on volunteerism and generous donations of money and raffle prizes.”

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As co-chairs of the event, Deborah Hauser and Abby Sheeline have worked tirelessly.  Their leadership helped develop the theme, secure the venue, hire the bands, solicit raffle items and design the evening’s menu, as well as countless other tasks.   More than a dozen members of the Daniel Gale Sotheby’s organization are helping Deb and Abby on the benefit committee.  Tina McGowan and Kim Como are chairing the Silent Auction, with Jeanne Leonard and Dan Bauer chairing the Live Auction. Other volunteers include Diane Anderson, Maria Boccard, Tom Calabrese, Katherine Cirelli, Allison Conte, Kate Cronin, Pam Doyle, John Haines, Margy Hargraves, Donna Madden, Deirdre O’Connell, Susan Poli, Margaret Trautmann, Bonnie Williamson and Ellen Zipes.

Save the Children Long Island Council is a volunteer group committed to supporting the work of the national organization, whose mission is to give children in the United States and around the world a healthy start, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm.  For more information on Save the Children and the Spring Benefit, visit www.savethechildrenli.org or call 631-424-0759.

About Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty

Founded in 1922, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty consistently leads the nation in achieving one of the highest average sales prices in the country.  Daniel Gale Sotheby’s is a $2.5 billion dollar organization with 800 sales associates in 27 offices spanning Long Island and Queens.  Services include a Relocation Division, an award-winning Marketing & Technology Department, a Development Marketing Group, Commercial and Rental Divisions; and Ambassador Abstract title company.  The Sotheby’s International Realty® affiliate for Long Island and Queens since 1976, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s has gained national and international recognition, including top honors worldwide.  In addition to its place on the Regents Board of "Who's Who in Luxury Real Estate," Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty is active in Real Trends, The Asian Real Estate Association and The Realty Alliance (comprising some of the real estate industry's most influential companies with participation "by invitation only").  For more information, visit www.danielgale.com.

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