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Mayor Michael Bloomberg was honored by The Hundred Year Association of New York at the non-profit’s annual Gold Medal Award dinner. Clinton Blume III, president of The Hundred Year Association, and Terry Lundgren, president and CEO of Macy's, presented the Gold Medal Award to the Mayor

Mayor Michael Bloomberg was honored by The Hundred Year Association of New York at the non-profit’s annual Gold Medal Award dinner. Clinton Blume III, president of The Hundred Year Association, and Terry Lundgren, president and CEO of Macy's, presented the Gold Medal Award to the Mayor. Photo by: Stephen Amiaga, PPA Amiaga Photographers, Inc.



New York, NY, November 21, 2008 – Michael Bloomberg
was honored by The Hundred Year Association of New York at the non-profit’s annual Gold Medal Award dinner.  Nearly three hundred New York City business leaders and local officials attended the November 19 fundraiser at Capitale.  Commissioners Brian Andersson
, John Doherty, Martha Hirst, and Martha Stark, Robert R. Douglass, (Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy), Robert P. Kelly (The Bank of New York Mellon), and Terry Lundgren (Macy’s) were among the notable attendees. 


Guests enjoyed a cocktail reception followed by the presentation dinner and the jazz sounds of the Deanna Witkowski Quartet.  Clinton Blume III, president of The Hundred Year Association, praised the mayor for his civic and philanthropic contributions in his welcome address.  The audience applauded when Mr. Blume noted that two three-term mayors – LaGuardia and Wagner – are among previous Gold Medal recipients.


Terry Lundgren, president and CEO of Macy’s – which is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year – introduced the mayor.  Mr. Bloomberg's address touched on topics ranging from notable hundred year anniversaries this year - including his mother Charlotte Bloomberg’ upcoming 100th birthday in January – to the challenges that the city is facing today, and the importance of organizations like The Hundred Year Association.


The Hundred Year Association is best known for granting Public Service Awards to exceptional New York City career municipal employees, as well as sponsoring college scholarships for the children of civil employees. Event proceeds will support the non-profit and these programs.  


The Gold Medal has been granted every year since 1930 (except during World War II) “in recognition of outstanding contributions to the City of New York.” The prestigious list of honorees includes civil servants like Robert Moses, E. Virgil Conway and Ray Kelly; entertainers Oscar Hammerstein, Richard Rodgers and Tony Randall; corporate stalwarts like the Rockefellers; and city icons such as Carnegie Hall, the Museum of the City of New York and the New York Post. In 2007, the award was named after long-time Association Chairman, Richard A. Cook.




Established in 1927, The Hundred Year Association of New York is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve the history and promote the heritage of public and private organizations that have been in existence for a century or more. 


Our membership is comprised of the metropolitan area’s most enduring professional, educational, religious and charitable establishments.   We support activities that maintain the history of these organizations, as well as those that positively impact the city.   The Hundred Year Association works to safeguard the rich, diverse history of New York City while also benefiting the city and its citizens today.  The Association’s services and activities are community-minded and educational in nature.


In addition to assisting member organizations in celebrating milestones with special events and activities providing a public purpose, the Association is best known for granting financial awards to New York City municipal employees who help improve the city through their outstanding achievements and public service.  Additionally, we sponsor college scholarships for sons and daughters of civil employees who demonstrate academic excellence, school and community service, and leadership.


To learn more about the Association and support our programs, please visit us at  


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