PRLog - Jun. 27, 2014 - HAMILTON, N.J. -- Local nonprofit Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County (ICGMC) is hosting “An Evening of Amore’” on Wednesday, July 16th from 6 – 8 p.m. at Rosa’s Restaurant (3442 South Broad Street) in Hamilton.
Soprano Joanna Latini will provide the evening's entertainment.
Jane Latini, ICGMC Executive Director, and Eileen P. Thornton, ICGMC Development Committee Chairperson, both of Hamilton, said “This special fundraiser is part of our organization’
Celebrity wine servers will include: Anthony ‘Skip’ Cimino, CEO of Robert Wood Johnson Hospital at Hamilton; Mercer Freeholder Pasquale Colavita; Cathy DiCostanzo, President of Mercer Chapter, Sunshine Foundation; State Senator Linda R. Greenstein; Hamilton Councilman Dennis Pone; Sherri Ritter, Managing Partner at Mercadien Group; Christy Stephenson, CEO at St. Francis Medical Center; and Liz Tindall, Vice President of Mid-Jersey Chamber of Commerce.
Soprano Joanna Latini, a rising star and senior vocal performance major at Carnegie Mellon University, will sing Italian favorites and popular songs. At Carnegie Mellon, she has been a winner of the All University Orchestra Concerto Competition, second prize winner in the Baroque Concerto Competition and recipient of the Derdeyn Award in Voice.
Each ticket is $30 and includes dinner, wine and entertainment. Checks can be made payable to ICGMC and sent to ICGMC at 3635 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 16, Hamilton, New Jersey 08619. For more information or phone reservations, please call ICGMC at 609-393-9922. Advanced arrangements can be made for table reservations.
About Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County
ICGMC relies on more than 300 dedicated volunteers from 28 interdenominational congregations throughout Mercer County, as well as individual, corporate, foundation and government support. Its mission is to promote the independence and dignity of homebound elderly and people with disabilities by matching them with caring volunteers who assist with the tasks of everyday life. Volunteers are professionally screened and trained, and all services are provided without proselytization or regard to religious affiliation. ICGMC is celebrating its volunteers and its 20 years of service to the community with special events and programs throughout 2014. To request services, volunteer, or support Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County, visit www.icgmc.org or call 609-393-9922.