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Council honor for Migdols.

Over 250 families were presented with a variety of gifts, including coats, hats, scarves, gloves, blankets, toys, and laptops at the second annual Migdol Family Foundation Inc. holiday party held at St. Paul's Church in East Harlem on December 21.

Mr. Migdol, his son Aaron, and Ronald Clarke, of The Migdol Organization, were honored at the event, when a representative from City Council member Philip Reed's office presented the group with a Proclamation citing the importance of the company's volunteer efforts in the Harlem community. Migdol staff and family members were on hand personally catering to their guests from East Harlem and the South Bronx.

"This year's party was the best yet," said Mr. Migdol. "The turn-out was amazing, there was a wonderful, almost surreal, atmosphere of giving and giving back.

"I am so grateful that my staff and my family are as passionate as I am about positively impacting the lives of the Harlem residents we serve through our affordable housing initiatives."
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Title Annotation:TRANSCRIPTS; Migdol Family Foundation Inc. holiday party
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1U2NY
Date:Jan 25, 2006
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