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Fundraiser raises fun to help sick children
October 6, 2022 at 3:59 a.m.
A cluster of bubbles gently caresses 7-year-old Liam Deleon’s face at the Dashing for Dylan Family Fun Day in Crawford Park on Sunday, Oct. 2. The Lincoln Avenue resident laughs as he tries not to inhale the soapy suds. Next to him, 6-year-old Miles Benko of Wilton, Conn., reaches down and scoops up a clump of the rainbow orbs.
Rye Brook resident, businesswoman and artist Marla Beth Enowitz poses for a photo while Jennifer Lane resident Abigail Bergman, 7, and Brush Hollow Crescent resident Lilah Gruberger, 8, hold her company’s sponsorship sign.
Charlie Sacco, a longtime Port Chester resident, serves grilled goods to Dashing for Dylan Family Fun Day attendees. The organization he represents, the Knights of Columbus, was one of the sponsors of Sunday’s event.
Mary Beth Hoffman hugs her former neighbors Joe and Rosemary Annunziatto of Greenwich, Conn. The Westerly, R.I., resident stayed with her grandson Dylan, of Wilton, Conn., at the Ronald McDonald House of the Greater Hudson Valley for five weeks due to his congenital heart defect. Though Dylan died in 2014, the annual event raises money for the Ronald McDonald House in memory of him.
Cara Corrigan, 8, gets a turtle painted on her face. The Garden City resident attended the Dashing for Dylan Family Fun Day with her family.
People from all over New York and New England gather at the Crawford Park pavilion for the Dashing for Dylan Family Fun Day.
Seven-year-old Liam Deleon hands 4-year-old Jonathan Bergman a Lego. The two Rye Brook residents are watched inside the Crawford Mansion by Kendra Kleintop, a volunteer from Fordham University’s chapter of A Moment of Magic.
Joan and José Lema, of East Fishkill, N.Y., get a couple’s caricature done by Naugatuck, Conn.-based artist Judy Tourangeau in the Crawford Mansion.
James Luciani, 4, sprays colored dyes on a T-shirt with the Dashing for Dylan logo on it he decorates. The Larchmont resident is observed by his mother Olga.
A raffle sponsored by the Ronald McDonald House is manned by volunteers from a Fordham University sorority. Among the baskets of toys were three gift cards to Westchester businesses like Playland.
Isabella Bromberg, 7, collects the T-shirt she dyed from a table in the Crawford Park Pavilion as she and her dad Rod and mom Sherry Temen prepare to travel back home to Yorktown.