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Pleasantville Agency's Luncheon Spotlights Domestic Violence

Hope’s Door Luncheon guests include (left to right): Keynote speaker Alayne Katz, Esq., attorney and advocate against domestic violence; CarlLa Horton, Executive Director of Hope’s Door; and Jean Connolly, the luncheon co-chair.
Hope’s Door Luncheon guests include (left to right): Keynote speaker Alayne Katz, Esq., attorney and advocate against domestic violence; CarlLa Horton, Executive Director of Hope’s Door; and Jean Connolly, the luncheon co-chair. Photo Credit: Contributed
Hopes Door Fall Luncheon guests include (left to right)  Rose Colonna of Bedford Hills, Anne Ring of Yorktown Heights,  Jean Connolly of Croton,  Heather Pellegrino of Yorktown Heights,and Kathy DeSilva of Buchanan.
Hopes Door Fall Luncheon guests include (left to right) Rose Colonna of Bedford Hills, Anne Ring of Yorktown Heights, Jean Connolly of Croton, Heather Pellegrino of Yorktown Heights,and Kathy DeSilva of Buchanan. Photo Credit: Contributed

PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Pleasantville-based nonprofit Hope’s Door held its Annual Fall Luncheon at the Renaissance Westchester Hotel in White Plains during National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

With the theme “Broadway Matinee,” the charitable organization put a spotlight on domestic violence while bringing together the glamour of Broadway.

Family attorney and advocate Alayne Katz shared her own story of domestic violence. She is well-known throughout the county as a dedicated lawyer who represents clients in all areas of family law.

Tony-nominated and Emmy Award-winning actress Liz Calloway and conductor and musical director Susan Anderson performed during the event.

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