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Yorktown Steakhouse Hosts Fundraiser For Autism Speaks

State Sen. Terrence Murphy, Autism Speaks Director of Field Development John-Anthony Bruno, Community Based Services CEO Vicki Sylvester, Augie’s Prime Cut owners Audrey Hochroth and Sal Barone, Westchester Deputy County Executive Kevin Plunkett. State Sen. Terrence Murphy, Autism Speaks Director of Field Development John-Anthony Bruno, Community Based Services CEO Vicki Sylvester, Augie’s Prime Cut owners Audrey Hochroth and Sal Barone, Westchester Deputy County Executive Kevin Plunkett.
State Sen. Terrence Murphy, Autism Speaks Director of Field Development John-Anthony Bruno, Community Based Services CEO Vicki Sylvester, Augie’s Prime Cut owners Audrey Hochroth and Sal Barone, Westchester Deputy County Executive Kevin Plunkett. Photo Credit: Contributed
Blues Patrol Show Band donated its time to Augie’s Brews for Autism. Blues Patrol Show Band donated its time to Augie’s Brews for Autism.
Blues Patrol Show Band donated its time to Augie’s Brews for Autism. Photo Credit: Contributed
Westchester Deputy County Executive Kevin Plunkett proclaims Sept. 21 as Augie’s Brews for Autism Day. Westchester Deputy County Executive Kevin Plunkett proclaims Sept. 21 as Augie’s Brews for Autism Day.
Westchester Deputy County Executive Kevin Plunkett proclaims Sept. 21 as Augie’s Brews for Autism Day. Photo Credit: Contributed
Fat Sal makes an appearance Fat Sal makes an appearance
Fat Sal makes an appearance Photo Credit: Contributed
Augie’s Prime Cut Owner Audrey Hochroth alongside Community Based Services CEO Vicki Sylvester and CBS Staff. Augie’s Prime Cut Owner Audrey Hochroth alongside Community Based Services CEO Vicki Sylvester and CBS Staff.
Augie’s Prime Cut Owner Audrey Hochroth alongside Community Based Services CEO Vicki Sylvester and CBS Staff. Photo Credit: Contributed

YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Yorktown Steakhouse Augie’s Prime Cut hosted more than 200 local Westchester residents at its fifth annual fundraiser for Autism Speaks on Monday.

Attendees gathered at Captain Lawrence Brewery for a night of craft beer, barbecue, live music from the Blues Patrol Show Band and more.

For the second year in a row, proceeds also benefited Community Based Services, Inc., a local organization that provides care for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.

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