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It's Better to Give Than Receive, But What Goes Around Comes Around!™

To forge a virtually cost-free partnership steeped in the spirit of fraternity (or sorority as the case may be) that goes beyond matters of immediate concern. This spirit is best served by fostering a climate characterized by Gotham's mantra. Said another way we are all non-salaried, non-commissioned sales people for each other! Thus, we seek to create a family/tribal environment stimulating mutual growth: business, social, creative, intellectual, artistic, charitable or otherwise. Our endeavors should enrich each participant through altruistic acts undertaken with a genuine concern for the welfare of our fellow networkers and the world.

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My son David and I have played on the Gotham Batmen softball team for many years.  I am the Batmen pitcher and David plays alongside me at third base. Last week the umpire asked me my age and after telling him I then pointed out that my son was also on the team.  At the end of the next inning the ump called David and me over and, surprisingly, put his arms around us and tearfully proceeded to tell us that he had lost his dad 12 years ago and missed him every day. He then urge...
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          Been a long time since I was a member but when I heard Danny Mizrahi was putting together a group I jumped on board as Danny is a great networker and I love networking with great people. Also WGN was on hold after the financial crisis but we have been growing our group again and this year is looking to be a great year! I look forward to networking with everyone and if I can be of any help please reach out.
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              On April 12, 1853 the New York State Legislature passed a bill granting formal approval for the creation of the very first trust company, chartering the United States Trust Company of New York. We are the oldest trust company in America. Five days later, on April 17, 1853 our founders convened to hold their very first board meeting. By June 30, 1853 they had selected a board of trustees that included 30 prominent New York industrialists, merchants, bankers and civic leaders. The board elected Joseph Lawrence, former president of the Bank of the State of New York and Chamberlain (Mayor) of New York City, as U.S. Trust’s first president. John Aikman Stewart, who would go on to serve U.S. Trust for over 73 years, was appointed secretary of the new trust company. U.S. Trust was chartered with the goal of creating a new kind of corporation, a company built for the long term, with values to outlast the fashions of any one age. A company designed to grow with the country, promoting positive economic and social change. A place for safeguarding personal and corporate wealth. Since then, in the face of almost unimaginable upheaval, from the Civil War to the digital revolution, we’ve remained true to that vision, and we continue to hold dear our founding tenets: Fiduciary responsibility, client service and leadership of the financial community. Happy Anniversary to U.S. Trust!
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                Happiest of birthdays to the woman who makes my life better every day. Love you Victoria!
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                  Dear Tribe, As some of you know, my daughter was born premature by over 3 months and was in the hospital for those 3+ months until her due date. My wife has gotten involved with March of Dimes, which offers services to other similarly-situated families, and she is doing an annual fundraiser for March of Dimes. The following is her letter: I am again asking for your help. I am hoping we can continue to help raising money to save the lives of these tiny fighters and watch miracles happen before our eyes. Premature birth is the #1 killer of babies in the United States. Those who survive can face a lifetime of serious health problems. With your support, we can give help to the hundreds of thousands of babies born prematurely now and bring hope for the millions more yet to come! My daughter Lauren Victoria was born a micro-preemie at 25 weeks 2 days, weighing 1 lb 4 ounces (weight of a water bottle) approximately 10 inches long. She spent 103 days in the NICU during which time she fought every day of her life to be able to come home. At this point she has had 2 laser eye surgeries (in the NICU), 4 eye surgeries (after the NICU), numerous blood transfusions, was on a vent and c-pap for months as she was unable to breath on her own. She stopped breathing many times and had to be resuscitated. She developed ROP (Retinopathy of Prematurity) and is now legally blind. She fought to live and now I fight to give her the best life I can. Your support in this cause can help save the lives of many other tiny fighters like my Lauren! At 2 ½ years old Lauren is still behind in terms of milestones and development but all of the support and services she receives helps her achieve all she can. She is now beginning to babble, copy and soon will be able to express herself on some level. She never really did crawl but is not learning to cruise and walk, getting a little better each day. Sight plays a part in each and every aspect of development and causes like the March of Dimes allow research and developments to help her learn to overcome such struggles and obstacles. If raising money for such a cause can prevent other mommies and their babies have to endure such hardship then I will do all I can, as it is harder than I could ever express. This problem is too important to ignore. That’s why I am asking you to sponsor my fundraising event. Donating online is fast, easy and secure, either directly from my page at with a credit/debit card, PayPal or Amazon Payment, or by sending me cash or a check. By raising money, I am helping the March of Dimes fund important research to find out why premature birth happens and what can be done to prevent it. This research is the first step to saving many tiny lives. Thank You so very much, Joanne
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                    I want to thank Crysti Farra for being so good at what she does. Not only are my clients, and family, who I have referred to her extremely happy with the quality of her legal work but she has generously spent time with me whenever I call her with a complicated question that required expertise.

                    She truly embodies the Gotham spirit in both her expertise at her practice and her willingness to give of her time. If you know anyone who needs an experienced, knowledgeable social security disability attorney send them to Crysti. You won't be sorry.


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