NEW YORK- State Senate Deputy Majority Leader Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester) celebrated his 15th annual Senior Appreciation Days on Thursday, September 3rd and Friday, September 4th.
Klein treated nearly 1,000 Senior Citizens to a three course meal and then groups enjoyed a popular musical at the Westchester Broadway Theatre. The day started with a welcome hour followed by a hot lunch consisting of salad, an entrée and dessert. Then, everyone sat back, relaxed and watched the show. This year’s performance was the award winning musical, “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change”. The musical has played more than 4,000 performances and is the longest running revue in Off Broadway history. It explores modern life, including first dates, first kisses, raising kids and growing old together.
This is the 15th time Klein has taken the Senior Citizens of the 34th Senate District out for lunch and a show as a sign of appreciation for their contribution to the community.
“Our Seniors are the pillars of our community and I can’t thank them enough for their endless support and dedication. To show my appreciation, I wanted to offer them an all expenses paid afternoon where they can enjoy one of the greatest recreational resources in a our state, the Westchester Broadway Theatre,” said Klein.
"It is a great honor for The Westchester Broadway Theatre to, once again, serve and entertain the special people of Senator Klein's ‘Senior Appreciation Days’. We will strive to make it a day they will enjoy and remember. We thank Senator Klein for providing us the opportunity and look forward to a continuing rewarding relationship," said William Stutler, Co-Owner & President of Westchester Broadway Theatre.
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