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Oh, What A Gluten-Free Night!

0 Comments 10 March 2008

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left to right: Paul Taylor, Dr. Peter Green, and Paul Taylor 2 dancer, Nicholas Ceynowa.

This year we sold 80 tickets for the Paul Taylor dance event, which raised around $2500 for the Columbia University Celiac Disease Center. We actually doubled our attendance from last year! It was a really fun crowd with several guests visiting from out of state! I’d like to thank each and every one of you, the familiar faces and the new, for attending!

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Thanks again to Foods By George for their time, effort, savory snacks and tasty desserts. Rosetta Wines also generously donated some lovely wine from Argentina. Be sure to check out their lovely store in the Atlas Park Mall.

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Finlay

Finlay and her mom came all the way from Washington, D.C.

Rye,NY

Melissa and Bill represented Rye, New York.

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The regular New York City gang (left to right: Dan, Hilary, Me, Amy, Dr. Doug, and Sarah)

By the way, Dan actually works across the hall from me and recognized me from the Newsweek article! Crazy, eh?! It turned out his wife, Hilary, is gluten-free! Also, Sarah and I met at Intl. Celiac Disease Symposium and have literally bumped into each other on Park Avenue!

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You can now save yourself a delivery charge and pick up Food Matters freshly prepared meals at each PizzaBolla location:

102 North End Ave. Battery Park

654 Amsterdam Ave. at 92nd Street
(No regular gf menu available yet at this location, just the Food Matters meals for pick up.)

Also, there are now smaller sizes available for $10.00 each.  If you live out of state, no worries, they deliver nationwide now!


 

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