From left to right: Andrea McDowell, Chris McDowell (Golf Cove Co-Owner), State Sen. Paul Cicarella, State Rep. Dave Yaccarino, Jeff and Samantha Dorman (Feeding Families Foundation Co-Founders), First Selectman Michael Freda, Paul DeStefano (Golf Cove Co-Owner), Leslie DeStefano (Rumanoff’s Jewelers Chief Sales Officer), Doug Rumanoff (Rumanoff's Jewelers CEO), and Mike Rumanoff (Rumanoff's Jewelers Founder) on Jan. 20 celebrated Feeding Families Foundation’s first annual Winter Virtual Golf Classic to benefit parents of hospitalized children at Golf Cove in North Haven. The foundation recently launched its “Parent Plate Program” with Yale New Haven Hospital to address food affordability and accessibility issues that parents often face when caring for their child in the hospital. The event raised more than $8,000 for families in need.
From left, Kayla Balisciano, Robert Cottrell, chair and clinical associate professor of biomedical sciences and program director of pathologists’ assistant studies at Quinnipiac University, and Sumer Mastriani look at a glass microscope slide. Balisciano and Mastriani were two of 70 North Haven High School students who visited and toured Quinnipiac on Friday.
The Bobcat Stride members who attended the luncheon were: Susana Silva, left, Sue Benvenuti, Tom Calamo, Rosemary Calamo, Beth Smith, Linda Altieri and Mary Schreiber.
The Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Quinnipiac University. Photo by Quinnipiac University.
Quinnipiac University’s Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine formally welcomed its 10th class, the Class of 2026, at its annual White Coat Ceremony on Thursday, Aug. 4, at the People’s United Center on the York Hill Campus.