98 LONGISLANDPRESS.COM • DECEMBER 2018
SCENE & SEEN
MONDAY NIGHT PARTY
HUNDREDS ATTEND FUND RAISER BENEFITTING AUTISM NONPROFITS
L to R: Morgan Sohmer, Jonah Aloni, and Blake Sohmer were among more
than 250 people to attend the 8th Annual Monday Night Party featuring 12
members of the NY Giants at Engineers Country Club in Roslyn Harbor, which
raised money for Life's WORC and the Family Centre for Autism, the Anderson
Center For Autsim, Ellie's Army and I Told The Storm Foundation. Debbie and
FIGHT FOR CHARITY
Sid Farooqi and Sal Ferro of Alure Home Improvements
served as announcers during the Fight For Charity.
Photos by Jeff Berman, Ed Shen and Tina Moreno
THE BUSINESS GROUP LED A DISCUSSION
ON THE ISSUES FACING THE REGION'S
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was among the supporters at
the Fight for Charity.
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran, center, with the celebrity judges.
Joel Levine hosted the fund raiser.
Joel Levine, a parent of two children with
autism, who created the Monday Night
Party, Alec Ogletree NY Giants football
inside linebacker, and Corey Levine,
Alexa Krevatis and Alec Ogletree
attend the Monday Night Party.
LI'S ANNUAL CHARITABLE BOXING MATCH
LIA PANEL ON BABY
Leading a panel discussion titled The Top Challenges of
Baby Boomers: Health, Caregiving, Finances, Retirement
Anxiety and the Economy at the Long Island Association’s
Melville headquarters were Crisler Quick, vice-chair of the
LIA Small & Mid-Sized Business Committee; Katherine
Heaviside, co-chair of the committee and president of
Epoch 5 Public Relations; Tori Cohen, executive director
of the Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation; Jennifer Conn,
managing partner at Melville-based Genser Cona Elder
Law; Linda Kolakowski, vice president of resident life at
Jefferson’s Ferry Lifecare Retirement Community in South
Setauket; Joseph La Ferlita, partner at Uniondale law firm
Farrell Fritz; and John Rizzo, professor of economics at
Stony Brook University and LIA’s chief economist.