DAR Providing Easter/Passover Bags to Greenwich Hospital Healthcare Workers

In recognition of their outstanding support to the community throughout the pandemic, and in recognition of Easter and Passover, the newly organizing chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Greenwich recently donated candy to the healthcare workers at Greenwich Hospital.

Karen Santucci, Julie Lapin, DAR Members Nan Levy, Jenny Larkin, Wendy Dziurzynski, Karen Popp, Jane Tranfo and Marc Kosak. Contributed photo

Julie Lapin, Senior Communications Officer, Marc Kosak, Executive VP and Chief Operating Officer, and Karen A. Santucci MD, Senior VP and Chief Medical Officer graciously accepted the many bags filled with candy and will place them throughout the hospital.

This newly organizing chapter is welcoming new members who have a desire to support our Community in a variety of ways. The DAR, founded in 1890, is a non-profit, non-political volunteer women’s service organization dedicated to promoting patriotism and preserving American History.

Anyone interested in becoming a charter member of this organizing chapter, should contact Jolene Mullen, Connecticut State Chair, Chapter Development, CTDAR at [email protected].