From left to right: Moderne Barn Director of Private Events Chelsea Ventimiglia; Dr. Roy Ashikari; Dr. Andrew Ashikari; Moderne Barn owner Bill Livanos; HVHC Foundation Board Chairman Michael Delfino; Dr. Barry Geller and Moderne Barn Executive Chef Ethan Kostbar.     Cortlandt Manor, NY – (November 16, 2012) – More than 350 people enjoyed fine food and wines on a virtual journey around the globe on Thursday, November 15 when Hudson Valley Hospital Center held  “Wine and Dine Around the World” at Trump National Westchester. Nearly 30 fine restaurants including Crabtree’s Kittle House, The Cookery, Cathryn’s Tuscan Grill, Thyme, Division…
  Cortlandt Manor, NY - (November 15, 2012)– Supporting sustainable foods is not the only way friends of the environment can “Go Green” at the Hudson Valley Hospital Center Farmer’s Market  on Tuesday, November 20.  The zero emissions Nissan “Leaf” electric car will be on display at the Farmer’s Market and people can even test drive the vehicle that day courtesy of Curry Nissan in Cortlandt Manor. The newly released, fully electric vehicle can go more 100 miles between charges and costs about $600 a year to operate. The monthly Farmer’s Market hosted by Hudson Valley Hospital Center will also…
Cortlandt Manor, NY - (Nov. 8, 2012)– Murray Silverman, 98, and Muriel Siragher, 88, tied the knot on Thursday in a hastily planned but lovely ceremony in the chapel at Hudson Valley Hospital Center. Murray and Muriel who live in Manalapan, NJ fled Sandy to stay with relatives in Yorktown when Murray was suddenly taken ill and hospitalized at Hudson Valley Hospital Center. Not knowing his chances for recovery, Murray decided to move up a planned wedding with his 88-year-old sweetheart and asked Hudson Valley Hospital Center staff if they could arrange for the wedding. “It’s been such a joy…
Cold Spring, NY – (November 5, 2012) –  Hudson Valley Hospital Center presented its first “Community Woman of the Year” award at its 12th Annual Women’s Symposium on November 3 at the Chalet on the Hudson Cold Spring.   Chereese Jervis-Hill, president of Events to Remember, was presented with the award during a daylong program dedicated to improving the health and well being of women. Recognized by the Westchester Business Council as one of Westchester’s 40 under 40 Rising Stars, Jervis-Hill of Cortlandt Manor founded Events to Remember, a boutique event planning company, in 2004. She has donated her time…