Ladies spring into action for GADC benefit

Underwriter and committee member Anne Niemeth, GADC Executive Director Carol Burns, Patty Read and committee member Ann Hagmann enjoy the garden party.

Underwriter and committee member Anne Niemeth, GADC Executive Director Carol Burns, Patty Read and committee member Ann Hagmann enjoy the garden party.

Ladies around Greenwich were finally able to break out their spring dresses on May 2 to attend the GADC River House’s 19th Annual Garden Party at Greenwich Country Club.

More than 250 ladies bid on a one-of-a-kind silent auction then watched as Saks Fifth Avenue of Greenwich stunned onlookers with their new fashion.

The GADC said that, as a result of the work from co-chairs Jane Owen Brash, Joy Lautenbach and Leah Marmon and underwriters Anne and Chuck Niemeth, the Marie Fauth Charitable Trust and Muffin and Chuck Zoubek, the event was a major success.

The Greenwich community really stepped up and local businesses and community organizations helped assemble a phenomenal silent auction, organizers said. Proceeds from the Garden Party go directly toward the operation of River House, the only medical model adult daycare center in Greenwich and Stamford.

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