2011 Parties
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On March 5, 2011, guests gathered at the Please Touch Museum to attend the 2011 Red Ball hosted by and in support of the American Red Cross of Southeastern Pennsylvania. The "red-tie" gala included a VIP Luxe Lounge, cocktails and hors d'oeuvres from fine restaurants, dancing to live music, and a silent auction and raffle. Photography by Jessica Vermeer Hawkes
Om March 4, 2011 the Epilepsy Foundation Eastern Pennsylvania honored Dr. Mike Cirigliano, Penn Medicine internist and FOX29 Medical Correspondent, as its 2011 Mardi Gras King. The Mardi Gras Gala, which took place at the Palace at the Ben, was adapted from the traditional event in New Orleans and featured an evening complete with Mummers’, hurricanes, a French Creole sit-down dinner, dancing and lively music provided by Tribeca Grand. A parade, extravagant decorations, beads, doubloons, voodoo dolls, and masks all added to the festive décor. Money raised benefits the Foundation’s free programs and services, focusing on education, advocacy and support for those affected by epilepsy/seizure disorder. Photography by Jonathan Meter
On Thursday, March 3, 2011, Philadelphia magazine celebrated the launch of its new LGBT publication, G Philly—Your Guide to Gay Philadelphia and the Suburbs. More than 200 guests gathered at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel for the unveiling of the premiere issue, supported by sponsors Wells Fargo, PECO, Smirnoff and Coors Light. Guests indulged in cocktails and hors d'œuvres as they enjoyed beats by DJ Jon Gill and were treated to a sneak peek of the upcoming event, Dragapalooza: Broadway Divas. GPhilly features the best 112 places to eat, shop, stay and play in the region and boasts its own website (G-Philly.com), a dedicated blog, social media community on Facebook and Twitter and GPhilly-sponsored events. Photography by Jessica Vermeer Hawkes
The National Constitution Center celebrated the opening of "Spies, Traitors & Saboteurs: Fear and Freedom in America" with a reception on Thursday, March 3, 2011. Guests enjoyed cocktails and hors’ oeuvres followed by an exclusive preview of the provocative exhibition created by the International Spy Museum. The opening ceremony included remarks by Vince Stango, National Constitution Center COO; Peter Earnest, Founding Executive Director of the International Spy Museum and a 35-year veteran of the CIA, and Mike Jerrick, FOX 29 Good Day Philadelphia anchor. Photography by Carol H. Feeley.
On Thursday, February 24, 2011, at the Harriton High School Gymnasium, the Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation hosted a text drive called Lisa’s Army Texts “10” for Teal. Lisa Loonstyn, 22, was recently re-diagnosed with ovarian cancer after going into remission in 2008. To help Lisa with her medical care costs, the foundation has launched this fundraiser. With more 150 people in attendance, Lisa’s Army Carnival night was a huge success. Photography by Adriana Way
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