The Scarsdale/Edgemont Family Counseling Service’s annual Gourmet Galaxy benefit is set for 6:30 p.m. May 4 at the Westchester Country Club in Rye.
Honored this year are the late Rita Aranow and the Louis and Anne Abrons Foundation, who will receive the Open Door Award for community services. Their “integral and generous support has enabled the birth of the “At Home In Scarsdale Village” program,” according to the organization’s press release.
The gala features food from the area’s caterers and local restaurants and a silent auction. Tickets are available to the general public. Invitations for the event will be sent out shortly, and can be seen on the organization’s website: www.sfcsinc.org/Upcomingevents.
‘At Home In Scarsdale Village’ was launched in November 2010 and was created to allow village residents over the age of 60 to live in their homes and remain connected to their community.
SFCS, founded in 1920, is a nationally accredited nonprofit family service agency offering programs encompassing youth services, older adult services, family and individual therapy and family life education.
For further information about Gourmet Galaxy Tickets, SFCS programs or volunteer opportunities, please call 723-3281, or visit www.sfcsinc.org. Tickets also are available at the agency’s office, 405 Harwood Building, Scarsdale.