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A taste of Ridgewood

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Posted: Thursday, October 24, 2019 10:30 am

The annual Taste of Ridgewood took place at the Ridgewood YMCA last Thursday as a variety of restaurants showed off the diversity of Queens.

Thanks to sponsors, volunteers and attendees, the Ridgewood YMCA was able to raise money for various programs.

Domenico Ciaccio, assistant vice president at Ridgewood Savings Bank, was recognized.

Another honoree was Barbara Toscano, executive director of the Peter Cardella Senior Center, who was given a plaque and flowers by Ridgewood YMCA Board of Managers Chairman Peter DeLucia Jr., and Ridgewood YMCA executive director Sabrina Snyder.

Melvia Harris, one of more than 150 guests who support the Y and is an active member of the Silver Sneakers exercise class, enjoyed the festivities.

One of more than a dozen raffle winners, Halina Medlarz, celebrated with Ridgewood YMCA membership sales and engagement director Sebastien Augustin.

Restaurants represented at the event include, CREAM Ridgewood, Food Universe Marketplace, Craft Culture, Zenith Thai Restaurant, Chiquita’s Restauarant, DiMarco’s Butcher Shop, Las Margaritas, Patrizia’s of Maspeth, Super Pollo, Corato II Restaurant & Pizza Kitchen and California Pizza Kitchen.

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