Some friends and I attended the last PIFEST (Philanthropy through Music) concert of the summer season on Saturday at Adina’s home on Hamilton Avenue in New Rochelle. It was fantastic!!!
Brown Baby Girl was the performer and the audience simply loved her! Sponsored by “Den of Thieves Whiskey, Pat’s Exotic Beverages and Alvin and Friends”. PIFEST received a Community Award from the Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation and the event was packed at this event.
( The Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation is a small foundation that gives unrestricted grants to individual artists. Its mission is to support the work of artists living and working in the United States and to foster a greater public appreciation for the arts. Grantees are selected by a panel of jurors consisting of artists and art professionals. In 2022, the Foundation will celebrate its 40th year of grant-making. Each year, all funding raised is used in the support of the mission. In their history of giving, the foundation has provided support to more than 200 artists).
–New Rochelle is great!-