Junior League of New York honors firm president

Junior League of New York honors firm president – Brief Article

The Junior League of the City of New York, Inc. (NYJL) will celebrate 103 years of community service and honor one of its most distinguished members, Elizabeth Stribling during its annual winter gala.

Since 1952, the Winter Ball has honored NYJL volunteers while raising funds for its charitable activities. The “Venetian Masquerade” Winter Ball will be held Saturday, March 6 at Cipriani 42nd Street, in New York.

More than 750 guests are expected to attend the black tie gala, which will begin at 7:00 p.m. with a cocktail reception, silent auction, dinner and dancing with the word famous Alex Donner Orchestra. Diana Williams, award winning reporter and anchor for ABC Eyewitness News, will host the evening’s ceremonies.

The “Venetian Masquerade” 2004 Corporate Honoree is entrepreneur Elizabeth F. Stribling, founder and president of Stribling & Associates, Ltd. Ms. Stribling heads one of the most prestigious residential real estate firms in the country and holds numerous board positions in various community organizations including the New York Landmarks Conservancy, The Foreign Policy Association, the Women’s Committee of the Central Park Conservancy, and the Board of Governors of the Real Estate Board of New York.

Stribling has long been an active member of the Junior League, volunteering in many Junior League projects including its long standing support of the Hudson Guild.

Proceeds from the event support the NYJL’s projects for New York City women, children and families in four areas of community need: family life skills, healthy foundations, cultural enrichment of youth and domestic violence.

Established in 1980, Stribling & Associates provides New York City with professional, personalized service coupled with exceptional knowledge of key residential market trends.

Stribling & Associates also encourages civic responsibility and many of the company’s brokers are active members of the Junior League and other charitable organizations.

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