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Ya Gotta Have Heart

by AVENUE insider Photographed by Jared Siskin/PMC and Lenny Stucker Photography
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
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Avenue was the media sponsor, and its president, Randi Schatz, the co-chair of the auction at the annual Hamptons Heart Ball for the American Heart Association, held last weekend at Southampton Arts Center.

This year, the Heart Ball honored Lori Mosca, MD Professor of Medicine Emerita and Director American Heart Association Go Red for Women Strategically Focused Research Network at Columbia University Medical Center and Ralph S. Mosca, M.D., George E. Reed, Professor of Cardiac Surgery, Vice Chair, Clinical Affairs, Division Director, Pediatric and Adult Congenital Cardiac Surgery, Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital Of New York, NYU Langone Medical Center. The Village of Southampton was also recognized for being a Heart Safe community. The 2017 Hamptons Heart Ball was chaired by George Benedict, Chair Emeritus of the Board of Seafield Center and Aubrey C. Galloway, M.D., Seymour Cohn Professor & Chairman, Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery, NYU Langone Medical Center.

Lori Stokes, Co-Anchor of ABC Eyewitness News served as Master of Ceremonies. Also in attendance was LI Board Member Meredith Cohn, Arnie and Paola Rosenshein, Ava Roosevelt, Ann Liguori, David and Jill Kandell, Consuelo Costin Vanderbilt, Tracy Stern, Nicole Noonan, Barry and Marsha Altman, Dean and Maria Elana Christiansen, Jean and Martin Shafiroff, Jon and Joan Gruen and John and Terry Tortorella. Food was provided by Elegant Affairs and Flowers by Designs by Mark Masone.

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