Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks Play Eastern Long Island Hospital Benefit

The Lone Sharks, Paul Scher, Tony Palumbo, Gene Casey and Chris Ripley outside the Bay Street Theater Green Room before taking the stage for an evening in tribute to Elvis.
The Lone Sharks, Paul Scher, Tony Palumbo, Gene Casey and Chris Ripley

The Southold West Branch of the Eastern Long Island Hospital Auxiliary will host its Annual Autumn Benefit on November 5, from 6:30–9:30 p.m. at the American Legion Hall in Southold.

“All are invited to join the festivities, which include dinner and dancing to Gene Casey and The Lone Sharks and fabulous food by ‘I Cater to You.’ Last year, branch events raised over $4900 for the hospital,” states Maureen Ostermann, Southold West Branch Auxiliary Chair.

Raffle prizes and a 50/50 highlight the evening. All proceeds to go to Eastern Long Island Hospital. Tickets are $60.00 per person. Reserved seating is available for a party of 10. For more information, call 631-765-2265 or 631-765-3464.

Eastern Long Island Hospital also announced the appointment of Paul J. Romanelli to the Board of Directors of the ELIH Foundation last week. Romanelli is President of Suffolk Security Systems in Southold. He is the Treasurer of the North Fork Chamber of Commerce and the former Director and Vice President of Long Island Alarm Association and he serves on the Advisory Board of Honeywell Security. Romanelli recently joined the Golf Classic Committee for ELIH and will be assisting in the planning and execution of the 25th Anniversary event at Gardiner’s Bay Country Club slated for June 14, 2017.

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