Newark, New Jersey – On April 14, 2015, Newark School of the Arts hosted its 21st Annual Tomorrow’s Stars Tonight Gala benefitting the school and honoring Frank E. Ferruggia, Partner, McCarter & English, LLP (Corporate Honoree), Henry Rinder, CPA, Smollin, Lupin & Co. P.A. (Service Award Honoree), and Cynthia Holiday, Jazz Song Stylist (Artistic Honoree) for their commitment to promoting excellence in their personal lives and throughout the community.
“This was a successful and memorable event—the result of much hard work and dedication on the parts of our students, faculty and staff—and we were thrilled to recognize our honorees for their contributions,” said Curtis Johnson, Partner, McCarter & English, LLP and Newark School of the Arts Board of Trustees President. “We hope attendees will continue their interest in helping Newark School of the Arts and its students grow and thrive.”
Newark School of the Arts provides high-level training in the performing and visual arts to an average of 600 students each week, including offering financial assistance to incredibly talented students who would not otherwise have access to such training, for generations to come.
“We are proud of the accomplishments of Newark School of the Arts and its place in the community over the past 47 years,” said Lawrence Tamburri, Executive Director Newark School of the Arts. “We recognize that without our donors, sponsors and funders, we would not have such a rich history or have been able to serve a remarkable 44,000 individuals since our inception.”