On Saturday, May, 18 the Emily Catherine Fedorko Foundation will host “Good Chimes,” an evening to benefit the foundation and the “Emily’s Chimes” restoration project at Tod’s Point.
The event will take place at Arch Street Teen Center in Greenwich from 7:00-11:00 pm.
Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available online: https://emsway.org/good-chimes
The event will support the foundation’s pledge to the Greenwich Point Conservancy to help fund the restoration of the Chimes Tower at Tod’s Point.
The Tower was built in 1901 as part of the historic Chimes Building.
Through the restoration project, the chimes and their intricate mechanisms will be restored to their melodic glory.
Upon completion, the chimes will be named “Emily’s Chimes” to honor the life of 16-year old Greenwich High School student Emily Fedorko, who lost her life in 2014, during a water tubing accident on Long Island Sound.
In addition to the chimes, a new Water Safety Center will be established inside the building, in an effort to further the Foundation’s mission to educate the community about the importance of water and boating safety.
Emcee for the evening will be ECFF board member Gary Dell’Abate.
Guests will enjoy an evening of delicious food by On the Marc catering, specialty cocktails sponsored by Tito’s Handmade Vodka, a raw bar provided by the Greenwich Shellfish Commission, live music by “The Skunk Rockets,” dancing and a live auction. Guests are encouraged to wear casual attire, with a splash of BLUE.
Purchase tickets or become a Sponsor, online: https://emsway.org/good-chimes
The Emily Catherine Fedorko Foundation (ECFF) was created by Pamela and Joseph Fedorko to provide funding to spread education, advocacy and awareness of boating and water sports safety for adults and children, throughout Connecticut and nationwide.