HARRISON, N.Y. -- Members of Harrison's Emergency Medical Services as well as the Port Chester-Rye Brook EMS will be honored on Friday March 4 during a fund-raising event sponsored by the Greenwich Hospital Foundation.
Starting at 7 p.m., "Taste of the Towns -- Sip, Savor, Support,'' will recognize area emergency medical units including Greenwich EMS.
The dinner, which doubles as a fundraiser, will take place at the Stanwich Club, 888 North St. in Greenwich.
Greenwich Hospital's original culinary event, formerly known as Great Chefs, is returning to Greenwich with a brand new twist.
Organizers said fundraiser is "the designed to tantalize the taste buds and showcase the best of the best in local food and beverages."
"A casual evening of sumptuous cuisines, fine wines, regional brews and dancing brings a fresh new vibe to this long-time favorite event," organizers said.
Proceeds benefit residents of Fairfield and Westchester counties who rely on outreach health services provided by Community Health at Greenwich Hospital.
Geri Corrigan is chairing this event. For more details, call the Greenwich Hospital Foundation at (203) 863-3865 or email email@example.com.
Community Health at Greenwich Hospital (CHGH) is a community-based outreach program devoted to improving the health of the community by offering screenings, support groups and education.
Funding supports these community health programs:
-- Adolescent Health Programs/Children's Health Programs
-- Better Breathers Club
-- The Nurse Is In Program: Blood Pressure Screenings
-- Cholesterol & Metabolic Screening
-- Chronic Pain Education Forum
-- Diabetes, Chronic Pain, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's Support Groups
-- First Aid Training
-- Greenwich Hospital Lions Low Vision Center
-- Health Fairs
-- Stroke and Heart Attack Awareness
-- Heart Health Education
-- Parish Nursing Program
-- Prostate Cancer Education Forum and screenings
-- Smoke Stoppers
-- Stroke Awareness and support programs
-- Sun Safety and Skin Cancer Awareness Program