AFTEE Board Meets to Discuss Concert Plans

BRIDGEHAMPTON: Members of the All For The East End (AFTEE) board met at Bridgehampton National Bank in Bridgehampton last Thursday to discuss the organization’s upcoming concert event. 

Wally Smith of WPPB radio, John Kowalenko of The Art of Eating, AFTEE Executive Director Mary Morgan, The Riverhead Project restaurant owner Dennis McDermott, marketing guru Jim Durning, AFTEE President Myron Levine, New York State Assemblyman Fred Thiele, Dan’s Papers CEO Bob Edelman, Donielle Cardinale of the Cardinale Realty Group, Austin & Williams Executive VP Eva LaMere and Claudia Pilato, VP Director of Marketing for BHNB were all in attendance (and are pictured above).

The group is raising money for a concert to help generate funds for nonprofit organizations all over the East End. Details about their fundraising progress and the concert‘s proposed lineup are forthcoming.

AFTEE, which launched in September of 2012, was created as a not-for-profit umbrella organization to help unite, showcase and support other East End charities and nonprofits by generating significant new and creative sources of funding and organizational assistance in all five of the Twin Forks townships.

To make a donation or support All For The East End, email Mary Morgan at [email protected] or call 631-599-9297.


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