2003 Parties
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The Philadelphia Museum of Art held a black and white black-tie gala to celebrate the opening of their exhibit, "Degas and the Dance" on Wednesday, February 5th. Ballerinas pirouetted up and down the great stairs underneath giant white balloons that were tied with black ribbon. The dinner, served after a champagne reception, was worthy of a standing ovation in itself.
 
The Young Friends of the Philadlephia Museum of Art held their annual black tie gala at, where else, the art museum, on Saturday, February 1st. Last year, the Grey Goose mini martinis proved so popular that they offered them in greater variety this year. The Elastic Wasteband got the guests dancing almost immediately after the party started at eight.
 
This lunch presentation at the Sofitel on February 27th was held to celebrate the Sofitel's Chez Colette's receipt of the Four Diamond Award from the AAA. Samples of several lunch and dinner items were displayed… and then devoured!
 
Philadelphia Magazine's Volunteer of the year, Willard Rouse, was presented with a gorgeous bronze statue in recognition of his generous works. Last year's Volunteer of the Year, Anne Hamilton, was there to cheer him on with the rest of the guests at the Ritz Carlton's ballroom.
 
Wednesday, January 8th, The American Jewish Committee's 2003 Civic Achievement Award was presented to PECO President Kenneth G. Lawrence at the Westin Philadelphia. The AJC is a civil rights and human relations organization that, for nearly 100 years, has advocated advancing democracy, pluralism and mutual understanding of different cultures.
 
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