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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.
 
The Breast Health Institute and Fashion Group International teamed up to raise money to aid in the fight against breast cancer. On Friday, October 12th, nearly 250 people arrived at the Hyatt Regency to take part in the effort, themed "Give The Shirt Off Your Back". Cocktail hour was drawn out a full hour and a half later than expected as people were having such a marvelous time. When we did enter the ballroom at the Hyatt, it was jaw-dropping – colored lights flashing everywhere for the pre-dinner dancing in a gauzy tent in the middle of the room. Not the least of the scenery were the delectable male dancers who had, indeed, already given the shirts off of their backs.
 
Master's Touch, grower/shipper of premium fruits and vegetables, including the VineSweet Mini-Pepper, presents the 3rd Annual Chef''s Choice Awards during Fresh Summit 2001 at the Philadelphia Convention Center.
 
The Pennsylvania Ballet hosted its 2001 Gala on Tuesday, October 9th at the Merriam Theater and the Union League of Philadelphia. The gala committee was made up of more than 50 area couples who regularly support the Ballet, including some of the Board of Trustees members. The Gala began with an exclusive performance and was followed by dinner and dancing in the ballroom. The Marvin Austin Orchestra inspired most to dance until late into the evening. Green-thumbed guests were especially happy as we were allowed to take home the lovely orchid centerpieces.
 
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