Community leaders compete for bragging rights and campaign for new SSA Community Center!
Join us in cheering on a dance contest of our community's leaders! Then show off your skills on the dance floor!
Whether you choose to kick up your heels or watch the fun you'll be helping to build: the new School Settlement Community Center!
Ticket includes dinner, beer/wine, a great show, and lots ofdancing for everyone!
For more details on tickets and sponsorship opportunities, please call 718.388.5454 ext. 157 or 161!
School Settlement Association was founded in 1901 and is the longest continually operating settlement house in Brooklyn. Continuing the rich legacy of private individual donor support, direct contributions to the School Settlement Capital Campaign will play a critical role in leveraging public contributions from the City, State and private contributions. St. Nicks Alliance has committed $1.1 million from developer fees and has secured design and approvals from CB #1 and NYC BSA. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams has committed $4 million to the project. This new project fulfills a critical need as four local schools have no gyms or auditoriums. The new facility will consist of 22,000 square feet of fully accessible community and classroom space including a state of the art auditorium-gymnasium and home care services for seniors. Proceeds from 2nd Ready, Sett, Dance benefit the NEW Community Center Campaign.
Planning Committee: Angela and Ralph Federico, Anthony Delia (City Chemist), Antoinette DeRosa, Cathy Franquinha (Crest True Value Hardware), Dominic Sciangula, Felicia Pecoraro, Frank and Yolando Citera, Gina Argento (Broadway Stages), John D'Arienzo (D'Arienzo Funeral Home), Joseph Robles, Kathy Miller, Kim Gabriel (PS 132 PTA), Lisa Bamonte (Bamonte's Restaurant), Lisa Gutting, Lisa Summa, Louis Mazzeo, Maria Aragona, Maria Cuozzo (Da Francesco Restaurant), Maria Masullo (MS 577), Mary Ciorciari (St. Nicks Alliance) Michele Rubinetti, Pauline Verbukask Phil Caponegro (CSBA), Rose Granis, Sal Fortunato (Fortunato Brothers Cafe), Tanya Napoli (PS 132) Taylor Erkkinen (Brooklyn Kitchen).
Honorary Chairpersons: Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, NYC Councilmember Antonio Reynoso, District 34 NYS Assemblymember Joseph Lentol, District 50