2016 Concours d’Elegance

Benefitting

THE PAULIE STRONG FOUNDATION

The Mission of the Paulie Strong Foundation is to continue raising awareness and funding for pediatric cancer research.

In October 2015, Paul was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare cancer that forms on soft tissue. It ultimately took his life after just 2 and half months on January 5th 2016.

Paul was such a happy and loving child. We will forever remember his infectious smile and laugh. He saw the good in everybody and anyone who was lucky enough to have met him instantly knew how special he was.

Paul was wise beyond his years and it was his idea when he was diagnosed to create a campaign to raise funds to find a cure for cancer. We learned a lot about the lack of funding that goes to help find a cure for pediatric cancer and we will continue Paulie’s mission to raise awareness and raise funding to help all children who have to endure battles with cancer. This disease cannot be allowed to continue to take our children from us.

PaulieStrong is not just a name of the foundation or slogan for t-shirt. #PaulieStrong is how we will live every day that we have let on this earth. Cancer is the #1 disease killer of children in the United States according to the National Cancer Institute, with nearly 16,000 children and adolescents diagnosed each year. And yet, less than 4 percent of all funding from the National Cancer Institute goes to research into childhood cancers. Most clinical trials are to treat adults.

In the last 20 years, only two major drugs have been developed for children. Funds raised through The PaulieStrong Foundation will go directly to the Pediatric Oncology Team at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in NYC to help fund research into pediatric sarcomas. Whether you are able to give now or not, helping us spread the word about our cause would be greatly appreciated. Together we can make a difference.

Click here to download a PDF “Making An Impact On Childhood Cancers” from Sloan Kettering.

SCARSDALE & EDGEMONT FAMILY COUNSELING SERVICE

The mission of Scarsdale & Edgemont Family Counseling Service is to strengthen family and community life by providing individual, family and group therapy; outreach to youth; services to older adults; and public programs relating to family life issues. SFCS works in cooperation with other organizations for this purpose,

Scarsdale & Edgemont Family Counseling Service is located in the Harwood Building in downtown Scarsdale. Since 1920, their door has been open providing family and couple therapy, individual psychotherapy, outreach to youth, support for the elderly and family life education.

A non-profit member agency of Alliance for Families and Children and the United Way of Westchester-Putnam, SFCS has always been there for the community when needed. The SFCS professional staff is licensed in New York State as providers of mental health services.

WARRIOR & FAMILY ASSISTANCE FUND

When people think of a wounded service member, they just think about that individual, but it is also the family of that service member that has to deal with this life changing event. It becomes a recovery and healing issue for the entire family. And while the medical care available to these troops is administered swiftly and reliably at Walter Reed, the support surrounding it is not always commensurate with the needs of the wounded soldiers and their families.

These wounded soldiers face a long recovery process as they begin to transition into lives drastically altered by their call to service. Spending time with family members is an integral part of their healing process.

Members of the Scarsdale Police Benevolent Association (PBA) have visited Walter Reed and seen firsthand the sacrifices made by these service members. It inspired the members to form the Warrior & Family Assistance Fund. Through this fund, we work with the Soldier Family Assistance Center at Walter Reed and at West Point to assist them in meeting the immediate needs of the wounded and their families.

100% of the funds raised for the Scarsdale PBA’s Warrior & Family Assistance Fund go to help the wounded service members and their families.

Best Ford
1959 Ford Skyliner Retractable Top – Robert Jennings

Best Muscle Car
1968 American Motors AMX Fastback – Robert Carlsen

Best Competition Car
1966 Chevrolet Corvette 427 Yenko – Larry Sachs

Most Exciting Car
A 1968 Ford Shelby Mustang KR500 Convertible – Larry Sachs

Most Outstanding Coachwork
1947 Lincoln Continental Coupe – Ed Falkenberg
Originally owned by radio and TV host, Arthur Godfrey. Ed is a Scarsdale local and long-time Concours supporter.

Preservation Award
1978 Citroen Deux Chevaux – Robert Lachman
Only 66,932 km, original Michelin, imported from France.

Judge’s Award
1948 Pontiac Silver Streak Woody Wagon – James Bruno
Features a “Straight – 8′ cylinder engine.

Winners

Best Italian Car
1954 Lancia Aurelia B20S – Chris Robins

Best English Car
1966 Austin Healy 3000 MK Ill BJ8 – Mark Goodman
He has owned this car for 47 years, second owner.

Best German Car
1987 Porsche 930 Turbo – Nick Vasserman

Best American Car
1931 DeSoto SA-Series Roadster – Michael DeAngelis
Formerly from the William (Bill) Harrah Collection. Bill Harrah paid $675 for it in 1965.

Best Ferrari
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Berlinetta B4 Pininfarina – Howard Riina

Best Porsche
2015 Porsche 918 RS Spyder – Larry Fehrenbaker

Best Corvette
1963 Corvette Split-Window Coupe – John Vasta

Maroon & White Award
1965 Buick Skylark Gran Sport Hardtop – Kenneth Creary

Chubb Collector Car Award
1958 Alfa Romeo Giuletta Sprint Race Car #555 – Santi Spadaro

Miller Motorcars Award
1967 Chevrolet  Corvette – Larry Sachs
All original car, only 19,000 miles.

Pepe Motors Award
1964 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special – Leif Waller
All original car, only 39,924 miles. Still has original plastic covers on the seats.

Founder’s Choice Award
1973 Ferrari 246 GTS Dino – Aaron Dorr

Best in Show
1952 Cunningham Competition-Spec Coupe – Charles Schoendorf
The only Cunningham exported new, to a Brazilian owner, factory spec’d for competition with leather hood hold-down straps, ducted braking system and a 40-gallon fuel tank.

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