January 30, 2013, Brooklyn, NY…Lutheran HealthCare and its Board of Trustees today announced details for the 130th Annual Dinner Dance. The black-tie affair will honor Lena Dunham, creator, director, writer and executive producer of HBO's Girls; Kevin Lobo, president and chief executive officer, Stryker Corporation; and Pierre Zalzal, M.D., Lutheran Medical Center. For the fifth year, this event will be emceed by Michael Gargiulo, WNBC anchor.
In addition to raising much needed funds, the event celebrates Lutheran's 130-year legacy of providing quality care to the communities of Brooklyn and highlights special individuals who have made contributions to Lutheran and the patients we serve.
WHO: Wendy Z. Goldstein, president and chief executive officer, Lutheran HealthCare; Lutheran HealthCare Board of Trustees; and Honorees Lena Dunham, Kevin Lobo and Pierre Zalzal, M.D.
WHAT: 130th Annual Dinner Dance
WHERE: Pier Sixty, Chelsea Piers
WHEN: Saturday, May 18, 2013 at 7 p.m.
WHY: The annual dinner dance is Lutheran's primary fundraiser. Proceeds from this year's event will be used to renovate and expand Lutheran Medical Center's Mental Health Emergency Department.
For more information or to learn about ticket and sponsorship opportunities, please email Jeanne Solitario, call our benefits office at 914-761-7111, click here, or visit http://bit.ly/130DinnerDance.
As Brooklyn's premier health care network, Lutheran HealthCare (LHC) is a comprehensive medical and social support system committed to providing services for the whole person -- physically, emotionally and spiritually. The LHC system of community health providers includes Lutheran Medical Center, the Lutheran Family Health Centers, Lutheran Augustana Center for Extended Care and Rehabilitation, Community Care Organization, Inc, senior housing programs and more. Learn about LHC and its 129-year-old commitment to serving Brooklyn neighborhoods by visiting www.LutheranHealthCare.org.