The Kiwanis Club of Howard Beach held its 52nd Annual Dinner Dance on Saturday, April 27th at Roma View. The club honored three community leaders.
Developer and Howard Beach native Frank Sciame received a community service award. Former Assemblywoman and current Queens County Clerk Audrey Pheffer received the Clement Vicari service award. Immediate past club president Edward Tudisco, who spearheaded the Kiwanis response to Hurricane Sandy, was also honored.
— Mark Weidler
State Supreme Court Justice Augustus Agate, left, Club President Danny Golom, state Sen. Joe Addabbo Jr., honoree and Queens County Clerk Audrey Pheffer, Councilman Eric Ulrich, Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder and Kiwanis Club Past President Bob LoCascio.
Frank Sciame receives a gift from the Kiwanis Club, presented by past president LoCascio.
Pheffer with club president Golom.
Honoree and Immediate Past President Ed Tudisco.
Sciame receives Assembly proclamation from Goldfeder.
Goldfeder presents plaque to honoree Pheffer as Addabbo looks on.
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