Painting it Forward
Friday, November 2
7:00 - 10:00PM
An owl in a wool cap. What else do you need.
From our Family to Yours Foundation - The Brian Ciampi Scholarship FUNdraiser
Open to Public. Come out to for an evening of Paint Fun to help raise money for the Brian Ciampi Scholarship which is bestowed upon an LHS athlete exhibiting Loyalty, Integrity and Strength (all qualities that Brian, class of 1991 embodied). Doors open 6:30, painting starts at 7:30pm-9:30pm. There is some extra time at the start and the end of the evening for LHS classmates/all painting guess to mingle and enjoy lite bites compliment of the Owner Karen Norris (also a 1991 classmate of Brian's). Your reservation includes all paint & supplies to create a 16x20 canvas Cozy Night Owl in honor of Lynbrook High School + Lite Bites + Raffles & Prizes AND everyone seat purchase helps donate to the scholarship fund (scroll all the way down to learn more). Cash Bar. Please help spread the word, ages 8+ welcome, do not need to be an LHS graduate to come paint-it-forward. Please reserve online by 10.30.18 and you may also reserve via phone 631.446.4777 through Pinot's Palette.
Address: 61 W. Main Street Bay Shore NY 11706 (this is next to the new Salt and Barrel Restaurant) and across the street from Pennisula Chinese Restaurant (please note that Pinot's Palette is located on the side st. also known as park ave and will not be visible right from Main Street, when you see Salt and Barrel on Main Street turn on to the side road and you will a large lighted Pino't Palette Sign 631.446.4777).
Pinot's Palette has a huge parking lot for ample parking right behind the studio off Park Ave, avoid numbered spots for FREE parking in municipal lot. From Sunrise Highway take 5th Ave Exit (S) Bay Shore....follow down until Main Street (make left) and another left on Park Ave and you will see Pinot's Palette.
On the beautiful south shore, located 50 ft. west of the Bay Shore YMCA Boulton Theater (your first right after the theater) at Park Ave.
Across the street from Peninsula Chinese and next door to Salt & Barrel.
Conversely we are about 2 blocks east of the Bay Shore YMCA & St. Patricks Church.
From Long Island Expressway
Take exit 53 and merge onto Sagtikos Parkway South. Stay to the left and merge onto Hecksher State parkway. Get in to right lane immediately and take first exit 42S (Fifth Ave) towards Bay Shore. Turn left onto 27A (W. Main St) go about .02 miles at intersection with Park Ave. Turn left onto Park Ave and head towards the municipal parking lot.
From Sunrise Highway
Take exit 43 South (Fifth Ave) towards Bay Shore. Turn left onto 27A (W. Main St) go about .02 miles at intersection with Park Ave. Turn left onto Park Ave and head towards the municipal parking lot.
Alternative route (avoiding Main Street when closed for festivals): Sunrise Highway. Take 5th Ave. Bay Shore Exit (South); follow and make a LEFT onto Mechanicsville Road (about two blocks you will see a large parking lot on right side); make a right on to Park Ave to turn into Parking lot and you will see a huge lighted white sign for Pinot's Palette.
From Southern State Parkway West
Take exit 40 south towards Robert Moses State Park. Take exit RM1E onto Sunrise highway east. Take exit 43 South (Fifth Ave) towards Bay Shore. Turn left onto 27A (W. Main St) go about .02 miles at intersection with Park Ave. Turn left onto Park Ave and head towards the municipal parking lot
------MORE ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP FUND------
The “Brian Ciampi Scholarship” is exclusively granted to a Lynbrook High School student athlete. The criteria is as follows:
A student athlete who exemplifies the characteristics and traits that Brian Ciampi (Class of 1991) was made of:
LOYALTY – INTEGRITY – STRENGTH
LOYALTY – An amazing teammate that will do whatever it takes to support his team, teammates, classmates, school, friends and family both on and off the field.
INTEGRITY – Knows right from wrong and will utilize his position, influence and ability to change others around him to do the right thing.
STRENGTH – Physically and mentally has what it takes to overcome and stand victorious no matter what obstacle he needs to go around or through.
This candidate/recipient should demonstrate LEADERSHIP –Inherently and proactively taking control of all situations both on and off the field leading his teammates or friends in a positive direction.
Brian Ciampi was the captain of the Varsity Football and baseball team. He was a fierce competitor and always left everything he had on the field. In football Brian received All County honors as he played middle linebacker where he acted as the defensive Quarterback. Brian called all the plays and audibled in real time. Offensively Brian was the Full Back, where he led the way into the opposition’s territory head first to clear the way for his teammates. He did off the field in life as well.
In Baseball, Brian was an All-County catcher where he controlled the game and called the plays. He pitched occasionally as well. He still holds the single season record for the most RBI’s for a LHS player. After High School Brian attended Farmingdale where he was the starting catcher and played in the National JR College Championship.
As a human being, Brian had a personality that was bigger than life. He was magnetic and the center of attention, everybody always wanted to be around Brian. Brian was well known and liked by everyone.
Help us tonight to raise funds to provide a student athlete a scholarship in Brian Ciampi’s name.
Painting It Forward:
A paint and sip class with an extra dose of heart and soul. When you buy a seat in a Painting It Forward class, you're making a donation to a nonprofit or community fundraiser.