2011 Parties
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The Children's Crisis Treatment Center rounded up $247,000 for CcTC's mental and behavioral health services for the city's children and families on their 12th Annual Roundup on Friday, June 3, 2011. The Loews Philadelphia Hotel was the setting of this western-themed night of fun. Attendees enjoyed cocktails, food, live entertainment by EBE Events and Entertainment and dancing. The event was hosted by co-chairs Pamela Berman and Gregory R. Seitter, and Barbara and Leonard Sylk were recognized for their contributions. Photography by Paul Loftland.
The Philadelphia Zoo celebrated over the new Hamilton Family Children's Zoo & Education Center, which is scheduled to open in the spring of 2013. This event, which took place on Friday, June 3, 2011, honored leadership donor, Dorrance Hamilton and her family. The new facility will be the zoo's first LEED-certified building, and its programming will be geared toward children from ages 2 to 13. With an indoor space, the children's exhibit will allow for year-round enjoyment.
Attendees at the 2011 WALL BALL fundraiser, hosted by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, raised $335,000 while enjoying food and drinks by Cescaphe Catering Group on Wednesday, June 1, 2011. Entertainment at the event, which took place at the Piazza at Schmidts, included silent and live auctions, art-making and music by DJ Nigel Richards of 611 Lifestyle. The 650 attendees raised money to go toward the Mural Arts program, which helps to keep the city aesthetically pleasing. Photography by Paul Loftland Photography.
Emceed by NBC's Glenn "Hurricane Schwartz," The National Library Museum's "Heroes of Liberty" Founders Dinner was held on Wednesday, May 25, 2011 at The Westin Philadelphia. Three founders of the Museum were honored: Vickie and Jack Farber, Adele and Harold Schaeffer and Joyce and Bob Byers. The 315 guests in attendance helped to raise $270,000 for the Museum's educational programs. Photography by Maggie Pagel.
The 2011 Centennial Celebration raised almost $400,000 for the Fairmount Park Conservancy on May 24, 2011. The Conservancy is a non-profit dedicated to improving the quality of life of the Greater Philadelphia region. The money will improve the Conservancy's projects like the Hunting Park revitalization and the "Growing the Neighborhood" program, which encourages corporate volunteers and residents to improve parks. Photography by Edward Savaria.
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