An art contest is uniting diverse artists from Queens and beyond with a mission of bringing hope for cancer patients. On April 30 at 5:30 p.m., Paddle For The Cure founder Leah Dulce Salmorin and the Forest Hills Times columnist Michael Perlman will co-host an art show on Zoom and Facebook from the landmarked Ridgewood Savings Bank at 107-55 Queens Boulevard in Forest Hills.“Arts For Life” will feature numerous artists competing in the categories of painting, photography, and drawing. Winning artists will donate their artwork to be displayed at the Hope Pavilion Clinic. Entries will be judged by Mervin David, an artist and nurse practitioner with Elmhurst Hospital.They will also receive $100 donated by Ridgewood Savings Bank. Artists who enrolled paid $20, which will benefit Elmhurst Hospital’s Hope Pavilion Cancer Clinic and Paddle For The Cure.“Ridgewood Savings Bank has always been a bank that prides itself on its community.,” said branch manager Nancy Adzemovic. “I want to go out into the community and search for more partnerships.”🖋 @michaelhperlman 📸 @joshuawesoky 107-55 Queens Blvd. (Forest Hills) @RidgewoodBank

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An art contest is uniting diverse artists from Queens and beyond with a mission of bringing hope for cancer patients. On April 30 at 5:30 p.m., Paddle For The Cure founder Leah Dulce Salmorin and the Forest Hills Times columnist Michael Perlman will co-host an art show on Zoom and Facebook from the landmarked Ridgewood Savings Bank at 107-55 Queens Boulevard in Forest Hills.“Arts For Life” will feature numerous artists competing in the categories of painting, photography, and drawing. Winning artists will donate their artwork to be displayed at the Hope Pavilion Clinic. Entries will be judged by Mervin David, an artist and nurse practitioner with Elmhurst Hospital.They will also receive $100 donated by Ridgewood Savings Bank. Artists who enrolled paid $20, which will benefit Elmhurst Hospital’s Hope Pavilion Cancer Clinic and Paddle For The Cure.“Ridgewood Savings Bank has always been a bank that prides itself on its community.,” said branch manager Nancy Adzemovic. “I want to go out into the community and search for more partnerships.”🖋 @michaelhperlman 📸 @joshuawesoky  107-55 Queens Blvd. (Forest Hills)  @RidgewoodBank


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