NEW YORK'S ELITE COME OUT FOR ST. GEORGE'S SOCIETY

Ann Van Ness With Geoffrey Bradfield And Jean Shafiroff



St. George's Society of New York held their Annual English Ball recently at the Metropolitan Club in New York City honoring Geoffrey Bradfield, James G. Goren and Stephen P . McGill CBE. Jean Shafiroff and a bevy of New Yorkers were on hand to help celebrate.



Founded in 1770 by English colonists for the purpose of offering "advise and relief" to fellow countrymen in need, St. George's Society of New York is one of the oldest charitable organizations in New York City. Today it provides vital assistance to people of British and Commonwealth heritage in New York who are in need of financial and emotional support. For example the sick, elderly and disabled and students who have the ability to succeed but lack the funds to complete their studies. For information log on to www.stgeorgessociety.org



Photo By: Patrick McMullan

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