STAMFORD — Stamford History Middle’s annual gala, titled “Forging the Future: Honoring Ladies’s Management” will honor local leaders together with the town’s Corporation Counsel Kathryn Emmett, state Rep. Patricia Billie Miller, and Fran Pastore, CEO of the Ladies’s Enterprise Improvement Council, in response to a information relase.
The historical past middle has targeted the lives of Stamford ladies for the last six months in its current exhibit, “Material of Stamford: Ladies, Costumes & Textiles 1860-1960.”
“Fran, Pat, and Kathy are nice examples of the leadership ladies have delivered to our metropolis within the current era,” stated Marshall Millsap, Chair of the Historical past Middle, in a press release.
“As our exhibit options banners, clothes, and actual voting data to commemorate the anniversary of the passage of girls’s suffrage within the US, lots of of Stamford students have been reminded of how ladies have shaped our metropolis and our nation,” stated Thomas Zoubek, president and government director of the middle, in the release.
“The objects, clothes, pictures, and furniture – highlighting the lives of girls over the previous century- are an indication of how ladies have all the time undertaken a number of roles,” Zoubek added. “Our Honorees symbolize the leadership and drive that evokes the coming era of Stamford ladies to feel empowered as they face the longer term and its challenges.”
“We’re thrilled that Kathy, Pat, and Fran accepted our invitation to be honored,” stated Joe Maida, Board Director and Chairman of the Historical past Middle’s Nominating Committee. “We also plan to honor present Stamford students as they full their highschool schooling, as they’ll really be forging the longer term. This can be a great alternative for the group to have fun the historic and shortly to…