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Kool to be community leaders

At the Oct. 27 reception (left to right): ADL Associate Development Director Janet Magid, honorees Melissa Shein, Sarah Green, Lynne Goldstein, Cindy Eigen, and Gary Jones, ADL Regional Director.

Hundreds of guests, including community leaders and local dignitaries, joined the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) in honoring four Westport women at a reception on Oct. 27 at Temple Israel in Westport. Cindy Eigen, Lynne Goldstein, Sarah Green and Melissa Shein, founders of the anti-bullying initiative “Kool to be Kind,” received the ADL’s Distinguished Community Leadership Award. The evening also featured a program celebrating twenty years of ADL’s renowned A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute, ADL’s diversity and anti-bias educational programming in Connecticut.

Photo by Harold Shapiro

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