2003 Parties
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The Anti-Defamation League's Torch of Liberty Award Dinner was held in honor of Kenneth Jarin, of Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, on Tuesday,June 3rd at the Crystal Tea Room. Former Vice President Al Gore was the keynote speaker. Nearly 400 people attended the dinner which raised approximately $400,000 for the ADL's programs to combat hatred and bigotry.
 
Panorama restaurant hosted an informal wine tasting and buffet for their most loyal and longtime patrons. They pulled out all the stops – we're talking about some beautiful, valuable, and hefty wines here! Two long tables were covered with wines; Barolos from the 1960's, Red Burgundy from the 70's and 80's. It was a rare collection of wines that will not likely be seen all in one place again.
 
Tammy and Andy Reid were honorary co-chairs at the casual auction benefit for Laurel House, the only emergency domestic violence shelter in Montgomery County, that provides battered women and children with a safe haven from abusive relationships. Today, in addition to a 24-hour hotline and shelter, Laurel House also offers transitional housing, medical advocacy, legal advocacy, community counseling and support groups, a Community/Education/Training Center, and services to Deaf and Hard of Hearing families. There are always opportunities to help out - www.laurelhouseonline.org.
 
At the swanky new bar/nightclub, Denim, the Young America Political Action Committee, a non-partisan group of people in their twenties and thirties, held a cocktail party to meet candidates for City Council. Young activists and followers of city politics showed up to press the flesh and enjoy a couple of Denim's signature cocktails.
 
The Women's Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art held a unique event called Small Indulgences at the Union League of Philadelphia – a breakfast buffet with a lecture and presentation by famed event planner Renny Reynolds. After viewing slides of all the tres fabulous parties that Renny had created, the 200-plus women stampeded (delicately, of course) into the Union League's library, where more than 20 jewelry, clothing, handbag, and craft booths were set up for a morning of shopping.
 
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