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The Philadelphia Eagles' Coach Andy Reid was one of many celebrities who attended Magee Rehabilitation Hospital's Night of Champions on Friday, May 6, 2011. The event took place at the Sheet Metal Workers Union Hall in Philadelphia, where attendants enjoyed dinner while participating in raffles and auctions of autographed sports memorabilia, restaurant gift certificates, getaway weekends and travel packages. All funds raised benefited the Hospital's Patient Programs, such as Wheelchair Sports, Art Therapy and Horticulture Therapy and more. Photography by Jeff Fusco.
 
WHYY's President's Dinner honored PBS host (in addition to author, publisher, broadcaster and philanthropist) Tavis Smiley at the 10th annual event on May 5, 2011. The event consisted of a cocktail reception and seated dinner with Philadelphia's top corporate and community leaders at the WHYY Dorrance H. Hamilton Public Media Commons. In attendance was Terry Gross who interviewed Smiley during the event. Photographs by Daniel Burke.
 
Bill Cosby hosted a comedy event at the Temple Performing Arts Center on Temple University's Main Campus on Thursday, May 5, 2011, which benefited the Community Partnership School. CPS is a pre-kindergarten to fifth grade school for young children from underserved communities. CPS awarded author Charles L. Blockson with the Excellence and Education award for his teachings of African-American history. Philadelphia Financial presented the night with a cocktail reception, followed by a comedy event that featured Bill Cosby, Gary Culman and Ralph Harris. Photography by Jeff Fusco.
 
The Fifth Annual Poker and Blackjack Tournament was hosted by The Jewish National Fund of Eastern Pennsylvania at Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House on Wednesday, May 4, 2011. Before the tournaments and live auction, attendees participated in a silent auction and had dinner. All funds raised through this event were donated to the Carmel Renewal Campaign, which replants trees damaged by fire in Israel's Carmel Forest. The funds also went toward equipment for the Israeli firefighters.
 
The fifth annual Poker and Blackjack Tournament was hosted by the Jewish National Fund of Eastern Pennsylvania at Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House on Wednesday, May 4, 2011. Before the tournaments and the live auction began, attendees mingled in a networking happy hour, participated in a silent auction and enjoyed dinner. The event was co-chaired by CBS Radio's Marc Rayfield and Grasso Holdings' David Dinenberg. Funds raised by the tournament went toward the Carmel Renewal Campaign, which helps restore Israel's Carmel Forest--a habitat that was damaged by fires. The proceeds also helped Israeli firefighters buy equipment.
 
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