In March, the Spirit of Huntington Art Center rallied to support the Lindy Loo Foundation at its annual Bowling Classic in Syosset. Spirit of Huntington gather to support a program that has long supported its ArtWorks initiative with the donation of Mac computers.

Among those present, the Executive Director Michael Kitakis took to the lanes for a spirited round of bowling. Alongside him was Mark Wittenberg local architect and a founding board member of SOH, whose skill and determination propelled him to claim the coveted title of highest bowler of the day.

Their presence added an extra layer of camaraderie and fun to the event, as participants cheered on their fellow bowlers and celebrated each strike and spare. Mark’s impressive bowling prowess not only brought joy to the occasion but also underscored the deep commitment of both him and the Executive Director to the cause they were supporting.

As the bowling balls rolled and laughter filled the air, it became evident that this gathering was about more than just fundraising; it was a testament to the power of community coming together to make a positive difference. Through their involvement and enthusiasm, both the Executive Director and Mark Wittenberg exemplified the spirit of giving and camaraderie that lies at the heart of the Spirit of Huntington Art Center’s mission.

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