BEDFORD, N.Y. – The Fox Lane Middle School Association held its first fundraiser in many years last Saturday, with its first annual “Taste of the Towns.”
FLMSA Co-President Cristina Magidson said the event was planned to “bring the middle school community together and at the same time raise much needed funds.”
The proceeds will “support various enrichment programs at the middle school as well as to fill the gap with the budget cuts to our modified sports, music and after school clubs,” Magidson added.
The night was a huge success, with the Bedford Hills Community House filled with more than 200 attendees tasting the food from 18 local eateries, including Frannie’s Goodie Shop, Mt. Kisco Seafood, Truck, Basilico, Table, Ladle of Love, Café of Love, Bellizzi, MTK, Plum Plums, Little Kabab Station, Little Crepe Street, Captain Lawrence Brewery, BGR, Vintology, DDelicious Dinners, Whip, Sinapi’s and Le Petite Occasion.
Parents were treated to the music of the FLMS Jazz Ensemble, which recently performed in the All-County High School Jazz Festival.
“Thank you to Mr. Bergamini and Mr. Berkley and the students for joining us as well as our sponsors, Mark Boyland & Keller Williams Real Estate and Pound Ridge School of Dance. Thanks to all the local vendors for their delicious participation and to all the businesses and individuals who generously donated raffle items,” said FLMSA Co-President Kelly Crummy.
If you missed the event and would still like to donate to FLMSA, contact FLMSA.BCSD@gmail.com to help preserve the school district’s sports, music and art programs.
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