2011 Parties
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On Saturday, October 15, 2011, the National Liberty Museum held its Glass Now Auction at the Philadelphia Downtown Marriott Hotel. The Glass Now event featured a cocktail reception followed by a silent auction, dinner and live auction of 300 glass art sculptures. Photography by the National Liberty Museum.
On Saturday, October 15, 2011, the Philadelphia affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure held its 10th Annual Pink Tie Ball. The event raised more than half a million dollars for breakthrough research and to empower the fight against breast cancer. The party was held at the new Vie banquet facility and the celebration featured unique auctions and an all-star concert by The Crystals, Marvelettes, Shirelles, Tony Grandberry and Anthony Riley. Photography by Dan Z. Johnson and Dr. Kurt Bomze.
On Friday, October 14, 2011, the Burn Foundation hosted a gala at the Union League of Philadelphia to celebrate those who “make the difference” for the burn community. Kevin F. Berry, Esq., a partner at Duane Morris LLP, was awarded the Roland Kandle Award for Outstanding Volunteerism, and nine nurses were awarded the Unsung Hero Award for their work with the Burn Foundation Nurse Advisory Council. NBC10's Terry Ruggles, served as emcee. The gala is a major source of funding for the Burn Foundation, a Philadelphia-based non-profit established in 1973 that serves the region through education, and in the support of the burn care community, burn survivors and their families. Photography by Penny Hansen.
On Friday, October 14, 2011, guests celebrated the Premiere of The Mighty Macs. The evening opened with a red carpet cocktail event and ended with a fabulous 70's disco dance party. The Mighty Macs is a film based on the incredible true story of the 1971-72 Immaculata College women's basketball team. The event, held at the Verizon Hall & Commonwealth Plaza, featured famed guests such as actors Carla Gugino, David Boreanaz, Marley Shelton, and Ellen Burstyn. Other guests include Sister R. Patricia Fadden (Immaculata President) and Coach Cathy Rush (Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee, 2008) as well as Pat Croce, Vince Curran, Anthony Gargano, Phil Martelli, Michael Smerconish, Jay Wright, and assorted former Immaculata players. Photography. by Ryan Lavine
On Thursday, October 13, 2011, Philadelphia magazine’s G Philly hosted an exclusive cocktail party to honor The New Who’s Who of the LGBT community. Approximately 150 guests gathered at Wells Fargo’s main banking office on Broad Street to celebrate the remarkable impact these Philadelphians have made, and will make, for years to come. Guests were able to explore the MINI Cooper Coupe and the MINI Cooper Countryman models before entering the event, and while inside, they enjoyed cocktails featuring Smirnoff’s two newest flavors—Whipped & Fluffed, Coors Light, and hors d’oeuvres and desserts. Floral arrangements were provided by Pure Design. A small donation was made to The Trevor Project in each honoree’s name. Photography by Jessica Vermeer Hawkes. 
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