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Friends Of Nathaniel Witherell Attend Greenwich Luncheon

(Left to right) Luncheon co-chairs Lindsay Ormsby, Karen Sadik-Khan and Debby Lash.
(Left to right) Luncheon co-chairs Lindsay Ormsby, Karen Sadik-Khan and Debby Lash. Photo Credit: Bob Capazzo/Moffly Media and Harrison Edwards PR
Luncheon speaker Jane Brody and David Ormsby, chairman of the Friends of Nathaniel Witherell.
Luncheon speaker Jane Brody and David Ormsby, chairman of the Friends of Nathaniel Witherell. Photo Credit: Bob Capazzo/Moffly Media and Harrison Edwards PR
(Left to right) Cricket Lockhart, Friends board member Darby Cartun and Janie Galbreath.
(Left to right) Cricket Lockhart, Friends board member Darby Cartun and Janie Galbreath. Photo Credit: Bob Capazzo/Moffly Media and Harrison Edwards PR
State Rep. Livvy Floren (left) and Louise Puschel, Friends board member.
State Rep. Livvy Floren (left) and Louise Puschel, Friends board member. Photo Credit: Bob Capazzo/Moffly Media and Harrison Edwards PR
(Left to right) Muffin Zoubek, Susan Larkin and Friends board member Bea Crumbine.
(Left to right) Muffin Zoubek, Susan Larkin and Friends board member Bea Crumbine. Photo Credit: Bob Capazzo/Moffly Media and Harrison Edwards PR

GREENWICH, Conn. –Two-hundred guests attended the sold-out fall luncheon Thursday, Oct. 15 to benefit the Nathaniel Witherell nursing care center.

Organized by the Friends of Nathaniel Witherell, the luncheon was at the Round Hill Club in Greenwich. The featured speaker was Jane Brody, the personal health columnist for The New York Times.

Luncheon co-chairs were Debby Lash, Lindsay Ormsby and Karen Sadik-Khan. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Nathaniel Witherell, the short-term rehabilitation and long-term nursing care center owned by the Town of Greenwich.

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