Gerety Building & Restoration celebrates Boys & Girls Club’s 75th anniversary

From left, (adults in the back row) Nat Mundy, Grand Prix New York; Peter Harckham, county legislator and chairman of the County Board of Legislators; Kevin Plunkett, deputy county executive, Westchester County; Keith Gerety, Gerety Building and Restoration; Liane Rigano, A.G. Williams Painting Company; Paul Viggiano, A.G. Williams Painting Company. In front are Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester visiting campers and staff member.

From left, (adults in the back row) Nat Mundy, Grand Prix New York; Peter Harckham, county legislator and chairman of the County Board of Legislators; Kevin Plunkett, deputy county executive, Westchester County; Keith Gerety, Gerety Building and Restoration; Liane Rigano, A.G. Williams Painting Company; Paul Viggiano, A.G. Williams Painting Company. In front are Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester visiting campers and staff member.

Gerety Building and Restoration, which has an office in Greenwich, recently celebrated the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester’s 75th anniversary with a painting and pizza party for summer campers.

“It is important to recognize the great work the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester has been doing for all these years,” said Gerety Building and Restoration President Keith Gerety. “Supporting local youth is an investment we strongly believe in, so we were eager to help out.”

Greenwich-based A.G. Williams Painting Co. was also a sponsor, and Grand Prix New York in Mt. Kisco hosted the event.

A group of 22 campers between the ages of eight and nine painted aprons, tiles and planting pots at GPNY’S Art Garage, a visual arts studio for children. The colorful aprons and tiles reflected the kids’ congratulatory messages to the Boys & Girls Club on reaching its milestone year.

Once their artwork was complete, the kids played games at the arcade and dined on homemade pizza from GPNY’s kitchen. Soon after the event, GPNY delivered the tiles and pots and the campers gathered together to plant oregano and basil for their garden.

“This was a wonderful summer experience for our campers. The children loved exploring art and gardening,” said Barbara Cutri, director of operations for the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester. “The Club is so appreciative of this opportunity and we look forward to more fun activities like this in the future.”

In addition to this event, GPNY has supported many local charities and nonprofits, including Support Connection, Project Yellow Light, Survive the Drive, and the Starlight Foundation.

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