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2022 Phantom Ball Recipient

Proceeds from this year’s Phantom Ball benefited:


The Dale Association, who will use its share to expand Memory Café

to a twice-a-month offering. Memory Café offers a safe,

comfortable and stimulating gathering space for

people with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia.


The Mental Health Association, who will invest its share in the

Compeer program, which matches volunteers with children,

adults and seniors living with diagnosed mental illness

and/or emotional challenges.


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At July presentation of the Zonta Club of Lockport's 2022 Phantom Ball

proceeds are, from left,

the Dale Association's Robert O’Connor, director of development

and marketing, and Maureen Wendt, president and CEO;

Daniel Colpoys, executive director of the

Mental Health Association in Niagara County;

and Zonta Club members Carol Spedding, outgoing president

and Phantom Ball chair, and Donna Ghodbane, co-chair.

2021 Phantom Ball Recipient

Proceeds from 2021’s Phantom Ball benefited


Save the Michaels of the World, Inc.,

an organization dedicated to providing placement for treatment

and wraparound services for those struggling with addiction.

Specifically, the funds collected this year will be used at

Save the Michael’s House of Hope Niagara - Women’s Services

to work with women (including pregnant women) and women with children.


The Lockport facility is the first and only recovery center in our area.

Since women struggling with addiction are vulnerable and have few

avenues for recovery, the funds raised will be used for woman’s programs.

Contributions help ensure that these organizations will be able to implement

these very important programs.

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2020 Phantom Ball Recipients

DeSales Catholic School's Woman Suffrage Curriculum

Donation for:

Books and

Bussing to the women's suffrage exhibit

at the Kenan Center in Lockport

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Lockport CARES Inc. Living Well Program

​Donation for workbooks, supplies, promotional materials, table and chairs for students.

Teaching women in their teens through adulthood nutrition, clothing repair, budgeting, drug addiction risks and recovery and grooming.

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DeSales’ Principal Mrs. Karen Rahill

Pastor Kevin Wing, Executive Director and

Mrs. Ruth Verratti, Living Well Program Director and Board Member

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