Woman’s Club Thanks Luminary Fundraiser Sponsors


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Coni Evans and Joanne Arroyo accepting a $1,500 donation from Michael Cerino and Nick Cerino of DeCozen Chrysler Jeep Dodge. Not pictured is DeCozen partner Jerry Cerino.

The Verona Woman’s Club would like to thank all the Verona businesses that supported the Luminary Fundraiser Project this year. Their generous donations will benefit local food pantries, and women’s shelters, as well as the Verona Rescue Squad, Fire Department, Library and Children’s Fund, and also provide scholarships to Verona students.

The Platinum Level sponsors, who donated $500 or more, are DeCozen Chrysler Jeep Dodge, Prout Funeral Home, Verona Heating & Cooling, and Lynne Mortimer of Coldwell Banker Realty. They are pictured Coni Evans and Joanne Arroyo, co-chairs of business sponsorships for the fundraiser. A complete list of all business sponsors can be found on the Woman’s Club of Verona website. Please support these local businesses.

Joanne Arroyo and Coni Evans accepting a $500 donation from Julia Prout, Meg Prout, Bob Prout and Morris V. Prout, certified therapy dog, of Prout Funeral Home.

“Share Your Light Night” will be held this year on Saturday, December 11. Thousands of luminaries will be lit at 5 p.m. in the Civic Center and throughout Verona, symbolizing neighborhood unity. Please plan to drive around Verona neighborhoods and visit the Civic Center to enjoy the beauty of this whole community event.

Joanne Arroyo and Coni Evans accepting a $500 donation from Anthony
Palmer, owner of Verona Heating & Cooling.
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If you would like to support “Share Your Light Night” with a donation or to purchase a kit of 10 luminaries, please visit the club’s website at You may also purchase kits with the flyers that were mailed to all Verona homes, or at Fair In The Square, on Saturday, December 4.

Coni Evans, Toni Caggiano and Joanne Arroyo accepting a $500 donation from Lynne Mortimer of Coldwell Banker.

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