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More than 300 of Long Is­land’s most civic-minded cit­i­zens were on hand on June 3rd for Pe­conic Bay Med­i­cal Cen­ter’s An­nual Spring Gala to help launch the health­care sys­tem’s New Era Cap­i­tal Cam­paign, the largest phi­lan­thropy ini­tia­tive in the hos­pi­tal’s his­tory. In­tended to es­tab­lish Pe­conic Bay as the East End’s re­gional med­i­cal cen­ter, the cam­paign sup­ports the de­vel­op­ment of an ad­vanced heart cen­ter, a ma­jor crit­i­cal-care tower, and ex­panded emer­gency med­i­cal ser­vices for the East End. The cam­paign is al­ready more than 70 per­cent of the way to­ward its stated goal of $28 mil­lion, hav­ing raised more than $20 mil­lion in pledged do­na­tions from an im­pres­sive ros­ter of gen­er­ous donors. Held at the Roy­al­ton Farms Eques­trian Cen­ter in Mat­ti­tuck, the gala brought to­gether an as­sem­blage of the East End’s most gen­er­ous civic and busi­ness lead­ers, some of whom had al­ready made sub­stan­tial do­na­tions to the New Era Cap­i­tal Cam­paign.

Carl Marucci, se­nior di­rec­tor of the New Era Cap­i­tal Cam­paign, and Sherry Patterson, chair of Pe­conic Bay Med­i­cal Cen­ter Jim and Elaine Sal­adino with Mered­ith and Bert Co­hen Lisa and Richard Is­rael

Dr. Stan­ley Katz, Edith Katz, John A. Kanas, Elaine Kanas, Peggy Mc­nally Zin­berg, Dr. Stan­ley Zin­berg, Sherry Patterson, and Em­i­lie Roy Corey

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