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  • Join Us for a Spring Champagne Brunch Honoring Charlie and Lynn Frank


    Sunday, April 22, 2018
    NOON – 2:15 PM
    The Powelton Club
    29 Balmville Road, Newburgh, NY 12550

    Mike Horodyski, CEO of

    Wallkill Valley Federal Savings & Loan

    and John & Sue Bliss, Co-Chairs,

    Invite You to Join them

    on the Benefit Committee for

    a Spring Champagne Brunch

    Charlie and Lynn Frank have been improving the quality of life in the Hudson River Valley since moving to Walden in 1985. Charlie has spent 37 years in the information technology industry, mostly with IBM where he is Solutions & Business Development Leader within IBM’s Global Alliance. He devoted countless hours to educational causes and now serves as Board Chair of Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC), which hosts the GNSO in wonderful fashion. He is an accomplished photographer and has given us excellent shots of the GNSO conductor and musicians. Charlie has also served in many community positions in Walden, including Village Mayor.

    After raising seven children and founding the Beautification Committee in Walden, Lynn returned to the workforce at MSMC in 2007 and now serves as its Director of Major Gifts. She has been intimately involved with the Medici Program, which enables business students to work with not-for-profit boards, a program in which the GNSO has enthusiastically participated since its inception.

    Proceeds from the Brunch will enable the Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra to continue to expand the scope and frequency of its programming, as it has done in the past.

    If you contribute at the level of $250/person or above, your name will be listed in the program. Members participate with a tax-deductible contribution of:
    Conductor Level: $1,000/per person or more
    Associate Conductor Level: $ 500/per person
    Concertmaster Level: $ 250/per person
    Principal Player Level: $ 150/per person


  • General Donations


    Donations help GNSO continue to bring classical music to the mid-Hudson. Thank you for your support.