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Donation made in memory of General Maximus

General Maximus

The Belmont Child Care Association has received a donation of $50,000.00 from Libby Loftus and Michael Imperio in memory of their late horse, General Maximus. The Belmont Child Care Association will dedicate one of their new rooms at Anna House in his memory.


The Belmont Child Care Association is a not-for-profit corporation established in December 1998 to create an on-site child care center, Anna House, at Belmont Park for the working families of the New York Racing Association.

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