Friday, February 21, 2020

Published: Children’s Rights Council Cooperative Parenting and Divorce Program

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Children Shine at New York Rangers' Garden of Dreams

Attorney Marc Rovner of East Rockaway, New York, possesses more than three decades of legal experience and serves as general counsel and director of business development at BETA Abstact, LLC, a multimillion-dollar title insurance company with offices in several states. In addition to being a fan of the National Hockey League's (NHL) New York Rangers, attorney Marc Rovner is a supporter of the Garden of Dreams Foundation.

The Garden of Dreams Foundation seeks to create memorable moments for children facing a variety of challenges. The foundation has impacted more than 350,000 children over the past decade with assistance from partner organizations such as Children's Aid, Encourage Kids Foundation, and multiple Make-A-Wish chapters.

The New York Rangers play a vital role in helping these children realize their dreams through its annual Garden of Dreams celebration. The 2019 event took place on December 16 during the Rangers game against the Nashville Predators. Make-A-Wish recipient Gianna Henrickson, who is confined to a wheelchair, attended her first Rangers game and dropped the ceremonial puck to start the game.

Moreover, the national anthem was sung by the sister of Garden of Dreams participant Rachel Mason, who has undergone 17 surgical procedures in the past nine years. Logan Riman, who is blind, played the keyboard. Other Garden of Dreams participants stood alongside Rangers players during the national anthem.