Westchester Realtors Raise Funds for Charity

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From left, Richard Haggerty, CEO of the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors; Tom DeChiaro, owner of The Winery at St. George; Ann Garti, chief operating officer of the Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service; and Claude Brischoux, committee chair, at a Mohegan Lake fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity.
From left, Richard Haggerty, CEO of the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors; Tom DeChiaro, owner of The Winery at St. George; Ann Garti, chief operating officer of the Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service; and Claude Brischoux, committee chair, at a Mohegan Lake fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity. Photo Credit: Contributed

MOHEGAN LAKE, N.Y. – The Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors hosted a fundraiser this month to benefit Habitat for Humanity. The event was held at the historic Winery at St. George in Mohegan Lake and raised nearly $2,000 for the charity.

The Realtors association is made up of more than 9,000 real estate professionals spanning four counties, including Westchester. The group's members are active in the communities they represent, often holding events to raise money for charity. Recently, association members walked the runway in a spring fashion show that raised money for the Westchester Coalition for the Hungry and Homeless.

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The winery at St. George is a nice place to go to relax but the selection of wines needs improvement. I personally tasted 10 wines that were suppose to be the best they had.
If you ask me, i'll stick with the homemade wines to taste anyday of the week.

The selections have to be upgraded and the food was'nt too bad but they need to
start tasting the food before they serve it because I ordered one dish that had too much salt.

As far as the service goes, it was great and tom is in a class of his own. Good Guy.