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The American Heart Association hosted its annual Go Red For Women (GRFW) Luncheon and Health Expo at the Marriott Downtown Philadelphia on May 18, 2012. Approximately 700 guests all donned red in support of the Go Red movement and its fight to end the number one killer of women, heart disease. In addition, this year there were two Woman of Heart co-honorees: Eliana Papadakis, former First Lady, Drexel University; and Justice Sandra Schultz Newman, the first female justice elected to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. The event raised almost $700,000 for local heart disease and stroke research. Photography by Daniel Burke Photography
On Thursday, May 17, 2012, guests gathered at SugarHouse Casino for a girls’ night out featuring Skinnygirl® Cocktails. Guests indulged in the newest additions to the family—Skinnygirl® wines and flavored vodkas, complimentary products and services from local salons and spas, and hors d'oeuvres from The Refinery at SugarHouse Casino. Ladies were also able to try their hand at gaming in the SugarHouse Party Pit. A portion of proceeds benefited The Career Wardrobe. Photography by Nell Hoving.
Hundreds of Kentucky Derby enthusiasts joined the People’s Emergency Center for an evening of Southern traditions with a Philadelphia flare at PEC’s inaugural “Race to Make a Difference” benefiting PEC’s commitment to serving Philadelphia’s homeless women and their children. Oversized hats adorned with flowers and bows were judged in a hat contest by a panel of celebrity judges, including Project Runway contestant Kristin Haskins Sims; couture boutique owner Joan Shepp; and Missy Dietz, General Manager of Neiman Marcus in King of Prussia. Guests experienced the thrilling two-minute race on a Jumbotron screen while enjoying signature mint juleps, live entertainment and southern-style hors d’oeuvres. Photography by Martin Regusters, Leaping Lion Photography
On Saturday, May 12, 2012 400 of the city’s top business associates, education advocates and community leaders joined non-profit Philadelphia Academies, Inc. at their annual fundraising event held at Loews Philadelphia Hotel. The evening was filled with tributes to 40+ years of youth success stories, plus a VIP reception, live and silent auction, award presentation, and dancing with the Michael Nash band. Photography by Anthony Sinagoga
Walnut Street Theatre celebrated multiple honorees this year with the 2012 Edwin Forrest Award at its landmark 203rd Anniversary Gala – Let the Good Times Roll!, on May 11, 2012. This year’s award recipients were Broadway star and Walnut performer Hugh Panaro and Martin W. Spector, Walnut Trustee and retired Executive Vice President, General Counsel, ARAMARK. Following a pre-concert champagne reception, the rockin’ evening included a spectacular 90-minute concert featuring some of Philadelphia’s favorite Walnut performers including Rachel Camp, Sarah Gliko, Scott Greer, Danielle Herbert, Ben Lipitz, Hugh Panaro, Michael Philip O’Brien, Lyn Philistine, Christopher Sutton, Denise Whelan and the Walnut casts of Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story and Rodgers and Hammerstein’s A Grand Night for Singing. Guests then mingled with the performers and the honorees at a VIP After-Party will be held on the Thomas Jefferson University Campus that included a silent auction. All proceeds from the Gala benefited the Walnut Street Theatre’s Education and Outreach programming, which reaches over 110,000 children annually in the Delaware Valley. Photography by Mark Garvin
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