Come to the Cabaret benefits At Home in Greenwich

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, center, stands with, from left, president Marylin Chou and event chairs Helen Maher, Diane Jennings and Suzy Kjorlien. — Chichi Ulbina

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, center, stands with, from left, president Marylin Chou and event chairs Helen Maher, Diane Jennings and Suzy Kjorlien. — Chichi Ulbina

A crowd of more than 200 festively attired members, volunteers, supporters and friends recently celebrated At Home in Greenwich at its annual Come to the Cabaret gala.

The fun-filled party featured toe-tapping music and delicious food with high energy reverberating in all corners of the Hyatt Regency Sun Court Tent. Peggi de la Cruz served as emcee with just the right touch of glamour and pizzazz. She introduced Michele Grace and Chris Coogan who performed a nostalgic medley of best-loved tunes related to “All That Jazz.”

After introducing Event-Chairs Helen Maher, Diane Jennings and Suzy Kjorlien, At Home board member David Rabin hailed At Home in Greenwich as a unique nonprofit dedicated to offering senior Greenwich residents the independence and peace of mind so essential for those who wish to live in their own homes as they grow older.

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