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Heavenly Productions Foundation Welcomes Four New Executive Board Members

Reposted from: PR Newswire

Heavenly Productions Foundation is a not for profit charitable 501-(c) 3 Foundation dedicated to serving children in distress. Our Foundation is pleased to announce four new executive board members.

ARMONK, N.Y., Aug. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Heavenly Productions Foundation is a not for profit charitable organization dedicated to helping children in need or in distress. It is comprised of an executive board and members who wish to promote volunteerism and goodwill in an effort to help lift despair in children. By creating outreach programs such as our Backpack Outreach for the Yonkers Public School district and encouraging the participation of our volunteers to help raise awareness, we offer hope to children in need.

Heavenly Productions Foundation has also produced projects to raise money to help children in need. The first project was the creation of the “Heavenly Lullabies CD” which helped the Babies & Orphans of 9-11-01 and the second project, “Heavenly Skies & Lullabies Illustrated Song Book & CD” helped the children affected by Hurricane Katrina. Since 2003, Heavenly Productions Foundation has donated money, Heavenly Lullabies CD’s, Heavenly Skies & Lullabies Books/CD’s and supported the following organizations: the Twin Towers Orphan Fund, World Vision, Operation Gratitude, St. Vincent’s Midtown Hospital, Habitat for Humanity in Kansas, Kips Bay Girls & Boys Club, New York-United Cerebral Palsy Foundation, Blythedale’s Children Hospital, Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital and the March of Dimes.

“We welcome our new four board members to Heavenly Productions Foundation and are confident that our newest executive board members will contribute greatly in building on the past successes of our Charity and engage in new opportunities so that our foundation will help more children in need” stated Dr. Kathy Reilly Fallon, Founder and Chairwoman of Heavenly Productions Foundation in Armonk, New York. Our new board members are Wendy Browder, Esq., Rosemary Murdy-Haber, Dr. Catherine McGovern M.D., and Sheryl Nolletti.

Wendy Browder worked at a Hedge fund in Chicago, Illinois and was a former Investment Banker at Lehman Brothers and Banc of America Securities in New York City. She is a member of the New York Bar Association. Wendy currently resides in Greenwich, CT with her family.

Rosemary Murdy-Haber is the Director of the Northampton Community College Chorus. A music educator for over 32 years in the public school system in Bethlehem, PA, with vast experience conducting vocal ensembles. Mrs. Murdy-Haber is an active teacher, conductor, harpist, and teaches private piano, voice, and harp in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. She is on the Advisory Board to The Lehigh Valley Performing Arts High School, Secretary of the Lehigh Valley Chapter of National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), a member of the Music Educators National Conference (MENC), Pennsylvania Music Teachers Association (PMTA), American Choral Directors Association (ACDA), and National Federation of Piano Guild Instructors. Mrs. Murdy-Haber received her Bachelor of Science degree in piano and voice from West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania and a Masters of Education in Computers from DeSales University in Center Valley, Pennsylvania. She resides in Bethlehem with her husband , Richard J. Haber, who supports all her musical endeavors, and both love all aspects of the performing arts.

Dr. Catherine McGovern is board certified in OB/GYN and has been practicing in White Plains since 1989. She is a graduate of Fordham University where she received her BS in biology. She was awarded her medical degree from The Albany Medical College and received her residency training at Albany Medical Center Hospital. In addition to her board certification by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dr. McGovern is a fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Professional society membership for Dr. McGovern include ACOG and Westchester Country Medical Society. Her affiliation is with White Plains Hospital Center. Dr. McGovern joined WESTMED Medical Group in April, 2010. She lives in Westchester with her husband, John Papazian, and their children Luke and James.

Sheryl Nolletti attended Sullivan Community College and graduated with a degree in Culinary Arts. Sheryl has been a volunteer with Heavenly Productions Foundation for the last three years and has been a strong supporter of the Children’s Hope Chest in White Plains, New York and Blythedale’s Children Hospital in Valhalla, New York. Sheryl Nolletti lives in Pleasantville, New York with her husband David and her children.

For more information on Heavenly Productions Foundation, please go to www.HeavenlyLullabies.org or www.KathyReillyFallon.com and our new Heavenly Productions Foundation’s Facebook page. We will be releasing our new website www.HeavenlyProductions.org in the coming months. Presently, Heavenly Productions Foundation is collecting 569 backpacks, school supplies and children’s books for Yonkers Public School #23 in Yonkers, New York. If you are interested in donating backpacks or school supplies, please call Dr. Kathy Reilly Fallon at 914-438-0232.

www.HeavenlyLullabies.org www.KathyReillyFallon.com

Media Contact: Dr. Kathy Reilly Fallon Heavenly Productions Foundation, 9144380232, HeavenlyProductionsFoundation@gmail.com

SOURCE Heavenly Productions Foundation