Whiteweld Foundation ski event raises awareness for Tsunami
The Whiteweld "party tent" was set up
near Windham's popular and active ski lifts, and all weekend long
there was a
live DJ pumping tunes, free popcorn and snack food, and raffle
giveaways every hour. The public had many chances to win, and also
learn more about the very successful, ongoing Concert Series that
The Whiteweld Foundation sponsors. Earlier in February, Vanessa
Williams took the stage at Carnegie Hall and Frankie Valli and
the Four Seasons performed in Sparta, New Jersey, both benefiting
the survivors of the Asian tsunami disaster.
hosts Ski weekend extravaganza at Windham mountain
NEW YORK, NY – The Whiteweld
Foundation, dedicated to promoting the health, education, and
welfare of children throughout the United States and abroad,
hosted a festive weekend at New York's Windham Mountain. The event was planned to build awareness for The Whiteweld
Foundation Concert Series, which raises funds on behalf of children's
With brisk temperatures
and plenty of snow, the skiers flocked to Windham and made Whiteweld's
party atmosphere all the more festive.
The Grand Prize, a set of skis from the European high-performance
manufacturer Volkl, was won by Aaron Swedberg, a sixteen-year-old
sophomore at Monsignor
Donovan High School in Toms River, New Jersey. Many great ski runs
are expected to follow.
Linda E. Bovino and Linda A. Bovino, members
of the Board of The Whiteweld Foundation,
were on hand to award
the prizes and act as official hosts.
The Whiteweld Foundation.
Foundation's mission is to promote the health, education, and
welfare of children in our communities throughout the United States
and abroad. Funds raised are distributed directly and through
charitable organizations dedicated to protecting and nurturing