Canandaigua, NY: The Professional Women of the Finger Lakes announces the Women of Distinction Award nominees. The winners will be announced at a dinner planned for May 3, at 5:30 pm at The Inn on the Lake.
Bonnie Cazer, Middlesex Valley Elementary School
Raquel Hulster, Lifetime Care
Brenda Stoker, Canandaigua National Bank
Aimee Ward, Ferris Hills at West Lake
Marie Gray, Sweets by Marie
Katy Hadock, The Unique Toy Shop
Nicole Casiani McLean, Via Girasole Wine Bar
Teresa Pare’, Law Office of Teresa M. Pare’
Kari Buch, United Way of Ontario County
Marge Donhauser, Donhauser Nursing Services
Samantha Johnson, Canandaigua National Bank
Daryl Snyder, Five Star Bank
Women Helping Women
Pamela Hawkins, The Circle of Spirit
Margie LaTourette, Mostly Clay, Inc.
Lauren LaBarge, Canandaigua Academy
Christina Lindstrom, Bloomfield High School
Maeve Mahoney, Canandaigua Academy
Alicia Quarterman, Naples High School
Jessica Sheehan, Bloomfield High School
Maeya Yeatman, Naples High School
Stephanie Kunes, President & CEO, National MS Society New York Chapter, will give the keynote address at dinner. A seasoned public speaker, Stephanie is able to spread her passion to others, inspiring them to get involved, take action and make a difference. Her words motivate the audience with her unique ability to add humor that creates a lasting and passionate message. The event is a major fundraiser to help underwrite the scholarship program. The PWFL gives a minimum of five scholarships to women on an annual basis ranging from $500 – $1000 each. The organization has given out more than $95,000 in scholarships over the last thirteen years.
DATE: May 3, 2018 5:30pm
LOCATION: The Inn on the Lake, 770 South Main Street, Canandaigua NY 14424
TICKETS: $45 includes dinner, trade show and networking. Available at Sweet Expressions, 169 S. Main Street, Canandaigua or online www.pwflnys.org
The Professional Women of the Finger Lakes (PWFL) is an organization for professionals serving Ontario County and the Finger Lakes region through education, awareness of women’s issues, community service projects and college scholarships. Since 1952, PWFL has been an active organization serving all women of Ontario and surrounding counties.