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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.
 
Bright cocktails, mermaids and mermen, beach umbrellas, sequined flip-flops and saltwater taffy were some of the signs that summer had arrived at the Kimmel Center. The Summer in the City party was held on Friday, June 6th, starting with cocktails in the main hall downstairs. Dinner was an event unto itself, catered in-house by the always fab Restaurant Associates (you know them from the Art Museum too, and Lincoln Financial field where our Eagles soar). After dinner, guests, clutching small flip-flop shaped boxes stuffed with taffy went to Verizon hall to hear K.D. Lang belt it out (only 3 encores…). The building staff had to kick people out as the night went on and on….
 
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.
 
Pretty Young Things and galavanting lads were the main makeup of guests at the Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Southeastern Pennsylvania's Annual Big City Ball, held this year at the Curtis Center. Big-hearted party people made their way around the looping hallways of the Curtis Center, danced, and grazed at the appetizer tables.
 
Over 2000 people attended the Arts and Business Council Awards at the Convention Center and, afterwards, were treated to a concert by the Bacon Brothers. The Ballroom was decked out in vivid purple, blue, and red and a long runway-type stage was set up in the middle of the room for award recipients to march down. Rennie Harris Puremovement Hip-Hop troupe put on a wild performance, spinning and springing all over the stage and even got the huge audience clapping along.
 
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