2004 Parties
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A sold out crowd of area business big wigs gathered at the Marriott to honor Lynne and Harold Honickman and Aileen and Brian Roberts at the Project H.O.M.E. fundraiser. Through the generosity of these two couples, a new, 38,000 square foot learning center and technology lab was built in North Philadelphia.
 
Robins' Nest Children's Services, a group home for abused and neglected teenage girls, held their fundraiser on September 16th at the Union League in Philadelphia. The theme of the gala was the White Tie and Tiara ball - white tie optional, though most of the women took the opportunity to don a coronet, some wearing their bridal tiaras. The gala raised over $140,000 to support their center in Glassboro, NJ.
 
The Ronald McDonald House got its start thirty years ago in Philadelphia. On Friday, October 15th, swarms of black-tie clad supporters came to the anniversary gala fundraiser held at the Park Hyatt Bellevue hotel. There are now over 240 Ronald McDonald House programs around the world - there for the support and wellbeing of the youngest patients and their families.
 
Sharon and Joe McGinley of Ardmore hosted a cocktail party for the Center for Child Advocacy. The non-profit organization, founded in 1977, is the country's oldest and largest pro bono legal and social services agency for children. Their mission is to secure a safe and loving home for children who are neglected, abused, and living in otherwise dangerous situations. You can volunteer through www.advokid.org.
 
We joined the Young Friends of the Upenn Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology at their 5th Annual Wines and Antiquities party on October 14th as they hosted a sneak preview of their newest exhibit, called "Track of the Rainbow Serpent", Australian Aboriginal paintings. The wines at this year's parties were, of course, Australian.
 
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