2004 Parties
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The Franklin Institute held a VIP opening night to kick off their newest exhibit, Titanic - The Artifact Exhibition. The attire was business or yacht wear, the rotunda was decked out, so to speak, with rattan deck furniture, palm trees, and ice sculptures in the same vein that one could imagine them being aboard the great ship Titanic.
 
The Children's Crisis Treatment Center held their annual Rodeo Roundup at the National Constitution Center on Friday, June 4th. James Ingram showed his support for this wonderful charity in a stellar performance. Supporters of the CCTC wore jeans and flannel shirts, red handkerchiefs, cowboy boots and hats, and other western-inspired gear. CCTC provides mental health services to abused, neglected or troubled children and their families, such as a therapeutic nursery, outpatient services, trauma assistance, and a West African Refugee Assistance program, among others. To volunteer, go to www.cctckids.org.
 
Philadelphia Eagles' quarterback Donovan McNabb headed up a progressive dinner through Old City for his organization, Philly Flavor, to garner support for diabetes sufferers. The evening started with a cocktail party at Loew's Hotel and ended with a party at the Moshulu. McNabb's father, Sam, suffers from Diabetes. He and Mrs. McNabb are very involved with Philly Flavor as well.
 
The Print Center Gallery and Store held the 4th annual Champagne Garden Party at their gallery store on 16th and Latimer Streets. The evening was sultry and sticky, but fun was had by all the various architects, design professionals, artists and their admirers. More than 100 international artists were featured.
 
The Friends of Rittenhouse Square held their annual ball (that's the Ball on the Square, not the Square Ball) on Thursday, June 17th, a swelteringly hot night. Not to worry though, the tent in the middle of Rittenhouse Park was well air-conditioned. (For $700 per couple you bet it was.) Next time you walk through the park, note the beautiful flowers, lush grass, and numerous benches - proceeds from the ball go towards upkeep of the most popular park in Center City.
 
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