2015-05-20 / Front Page

Woman’s Club Of Malba Gifts Whitestone Library

Board member Rosemarie Scarola (top, c.) from the Woman’s Club of Malba presented Vincent Arcuri Jr., President of Queens Library Foundation Board of Directors (far r.) and Bridget Quinn-Carey, Interim President and CEO of Queens Library (bottom, left of c.) the Queens Library Foundation with the endowment during a presentation held at the Whitestone Library’s outdoor garden.  They are surrounded by members of the Woman’s Club and representative from the Queens Library.
Photo Dominick Totino PhotographyBoard member Rosemarie Scarola (top, c.) from the Woman’s Club of Malba presented Vincent Arcuri Jr., President of Queens Library Foundation Board of Directors (far r.) and Bridget Quinn-Carey, Interim President and CEO of Queens Library (bottom, left of c.) the Queens Library Foundation with the endowment during a presentation held at the Whitestone Library’s outdoor garden.  They are surrounded by members of the Woman’s Club and representative from the Queens Library. Photo Dominick Totino PhotographyThe Woman’s Club of Malba presented $25,000 to the Queens Library Foundation which will be earmarked toward the continued beautification and maintenance of the charming outdoor garden located at the Queens Library’s Whitestone Branch located at 151-10 14th Road. This endowment represents the ongoing commitment of The Woman’s Club of Malba to enriching the community through a variety of educational, cultural and conservation/preservation programs and efforts. The Woman’s Club of Malba is comprised solely of local volunteers/residents and has been providing local services to the community since 1933.
“We are delighted that the Woman’s Club of Malba is supporting the reading garden at the Whitestone Library,” said Vincent Arcuri Jr., President of the Queens Library Foundation Board of Directors. “Through its endowment, the Club will ensure that the garden will provide hours of relaxation, literacy and environmental learning and outdoor enjoyment for generations to come.”
“The Whitestone Library has long been a place where young minds are inspired to learn, and what better place to be inspired than in a tranquil outdoor garden,” said Rosemarie Scarola, Board Member of the Woman’s Club of Malba. “Supporting Whitestone Library’s garden and its unique programs is just one example of how the Woman’s Club of Malba is focused on broadening educational opportunities and preserving the unexpected beauty found throughout our neighborhood.”
The Woman’s Club of Malba was formed in 1933 and is comprised of local residents.

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