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Philadelphia Cares held its third annual Turkey Ball at City Hall on Friday, November 16th. There was a live band, open bar, tables of munchies and boxes to collect the canned goods that guests brought. Philadelphia Cares is a local non-profit, volunteer organization that mobilizes thousands of volunteers year-round to help meet critical social, educational and environmental needs throughout the Philadelphia area. The ball is their largest gala. All ticket sales and silent auction proceeds benefited the ongoing programs.
 
The Young Friends of the Community Coalition and 170 of their friends held their Philadelphia dinner cruise on the Delaware, Wednesday, November 14th, aboard The Highlander. We pushed off at 7:15 from Penn's Landing to the tunes of jazz group, The Underwoods. Community Coalition is a non-profit organization dedicated to charitable services for the homeless, family support services, one-to-one advocacy, all with the basic idea of respecting the dignity of each individual helped.
 
Luminaries, local and international, celebrated the 300th anniversary of religious freedom in America, and contemporary humanitarian heroes on Tuesday, November 13th at the annual Spirit of Liberty gala in the Crystal Tea Room. Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest and Suzanne and Norman Cohn were honored as community leaders. Celebrants included, John DiIluio, John Street, Ed Rendell and many other of Philadelphia's active citizens.
 
Philadelphia Magazine hosted a party on November 12th for our Smartest Philadelphians at the Franklin Museum. Sponsored by Infiniti and Johnnie Walker Black, the guests milled about at the feet of the enormous Benjamin Franklin statue sipping wine and partaking of the delicate and plentiful appetizers. Conversational topics ran the gamut from Cognitive Psychology to Public Policy Law to Sculpture.
 
Calderwood Gallery relocated to a beautiful 19th Century townhouse and threw a party to celebrate their new fin de siecle digs. Janet and Gary Calderwood specialize in fine French Art Deco, Modernist and 1940's furniture and objects. The champagne flowed for a few hours (not, of course, on the chic, yet simple Ruhlmann chairs, mind you), and Neil Stein himself popped in to check on Avenue B's delicious appetizers.
 
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