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Boys & Girls Club Receives Support From Mount Kisco's Jersey Mike's Subs

Brian Egan, Jersey Mike’s co-owner, and Steve LaBarbera, Jersey Mike’s operator. present Brian Skanes, executive director, BGCNW and Alyzza Ozer, chief development officer, BGCNW, with a check for more than $1,500 in donations.
Brian Egan, Jersey Mike’s co-owner, and Steve LaBarbera, Jersey Mike’s operator. present Brian Skanes, executive director, BGCNW and Alyzza Ozer, chief development officer, BGCNW, with a check for more than $1,500 in donations. Photo Credit: Contributed
Jersey Mike’s Subs, now open in Mount Kisco, collected more than $1,500 in donations for the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester as part of its grand opening.
Jersey Mike’s Subs, now open in Mount Kisco, collected more than $1,500 in donations for the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester as part of its grand opening. Photo Credit: Contributed
A Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester member and new Jersey Mike’s employee, far left, with Brian Skanes, executive director, Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester, far right, at the ribbon cutting of Jersey Mike’s Subs.
A Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester member and new Jersey Mike’s employee, far left, with Brian Skanes, executive director, Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester, far right, at the ribbon cutting of Jersey Mike’s Subs. Photo Credit: Contributed

MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. – The Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester received more than $1,500 in donations through a fundraising campaign hosted by Jersey Mike’s Subs, which celebrated its public grand opening in November.

From Nov. 12-30, customers were able to redeem coupons for a free regular sub with a minimum donation of $1 to the club.

“We are happy to support the Club – one of the most important members of this community because of its tremendous efforts and success in enriching the lives of northern Westchester’s at-risk youth,” Egan said. “We look forward to building a lasting partnership.”

The South Moger Avenue location of Jersey Mike’s, a fast-casual sub sandwich franchise with more than 1,300 stores nationwide, is the first in Westchester County.

“We’re very thankful for Jersey Mike’s fundraising efforts – especially this time of year,” said Brian Skanes, executive director of the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester.  “In 2014, BGCNW proudly supported 125 families, and many of them depend on us to help make their holidays bright.”

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