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    LONG ISLAND CARES’ HARRY CHAPIN HUMANITARIAN AWARDS DINNER TO HONOR DOMINICK SERVEDIO

    honoree-thumbnail 150x150HAUPPAUGE – Dominick Servedio, P.E., Executive Chairman of the STV Group will receive the Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award for individual leadership and service from Long Island Cares, Inc. at their annual Harry Chapin Humanitarian Awards Dinner on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury.

    Mr. Servedio currently serves as the executive chairman of STV Group, Inc., a 100-year-old multi-discipline architectural, engineering, planning, and construction management company that is among the nation’s most respected firms. Through his stewardship, STV has undertaken multibillion-dollar assignments throughout the country, including AirTrain JFK, the award-winning restoration of Grand Central Terminal, the Long Island Rail Road East Side Access project, and the Moynihan Station Redevelopment. Mr. Servedio has also played a pivotal role in the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site with such crucial projects as the PATH Transportation Hub, One World Trade Center, and the National September 11 Memorial and Museum.

    A vocal proponent of industry philanthropy, Mr. Servedio has championed the efforts of the engineering and construction industry to raise millions for the New York Division March of Dimes since he joined the organization some 25 years ago. He served on the division’s board for 14 years, and is now an emeritus board member. He received two awards from the organization, and has also been presented with the Ellis Island Medal of Honor, the Humanitarian Fellow Award from the Concrete Industry Foundation, and the New York Building Congress’ Industry Recognition Award.

    Elisa DiStefano, News 12 Long Island’s entertainment journalist, versatile host and seasoned, award winning features reporter will be the Mistress of Ceremonies for the evening.

    The evening’s theme will be “Harry’s USO Canteen Party” and will evoke the USO’s canteen dances of the 1940’s. Long Island Cares’ Veterans Programs will be highlighted.

    Guests will enjoy a musical performance by the USO Show Troupe, part of an entertainment tradition that goes back more than 70 years to the camp shows of the South Pacific. And as a treat we will fast forward to present day with a performance by Pat Farrell and the Cold Spring Harbor Band, performing Billy Joel’s timeless songbook- an acknowledgement of Billy’s support of Long Island Cares and his friendship with Harry Chapin.

    Sponsorship opportunities are available, along with individual tickets and table reservations.  For information contact Cheryl Steinhauer, Special Events Manager at (631) 582-3663 or visit www.licares.org.

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