Comptroller Maragos Hosts 5th Annual Women’s History Month Event
Community, Charity & Cause, Arts & Culture, Local News
By Long Island News & PR
Published: April 06 2017
The event honored forty-three outstanding Nassau County women for their professional achievements and community service.
Photo by: Office of Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos
Mineola, NY - April 6, 2017 - Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos hosted “Women Breaking Ground,” a Women’s History Month event yesterday evening. The event honored forty-three outstanding women from throughout Nassau County for their professional achievements and service to the community. The evening was enhanced by live music, an art exhibition, and food and beverages graciously sponsored by Pollo Campero, Stew Leonards and Stop-N-Shop.
The impressive gathering of accomplished artists, businesswomen, religious and community leaders, educators, environmentalists, philanthropists ,and health care professionals hail from communities throughout the County.
“This year’s gathering of honorees represent some of the most accomplished women from virtually every facet of professional and communal life,” noted Comptroller George Maragos. “What makes each honoree so unique is how they employ their specific talents for the betterment of community. I am honored to recognize their amazing contributions.”
2017 Women Breaking Ground honorees from communities throughout Nassau County include: