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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.
 
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.
 
The Moore College of Art presented two women with the Visionary Woman award on Tuesday, October 12th. Dorrit Bern, the CEO of Charming Shoppes, and Judy Chicago, famous feminist artist, were chosen as outstanding women leaders who have had powerful impacts on the worlds of art and design.
 
The Breast Health Institute's 10th annual Give the Shirt off Your Back gala was held, again, at the Park Hyatt. Over $400,000 was raised to support the cause. A ballroom plenty spacious enough to hold the six-hundred plus guests. And no, none of the guests were shirtless, though quirky actress, Chloé Sevigny, did lend her support while wearing a gauzy Oscar de la Renta top. This year's honoree was Brian Kappra, owner of the glorious floral and event design outfit, Evantine Design, for his numerous philanthropic contributions.
 
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