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On November 17, Philadelphia magazine and UnitedHealthcare announced the winners of the first-ever Be Well Philly Office Challenge at Table 31 at the Comcast Center. The Applied Clinical Intelligence Team won the Challenge, losing a total of 166 pounds among the 10 team members. UnitedHealthcare CEO, Sue Schick, presented the winner and runner-up teams with trophies, medals, and other great prizes. Photography by Jessica Vermeer Hawkes
On November 17, 2010, Philadelphia-based sports apparel brand Mitchell & Ness Nostalgia Co. hosted the party of the season for the Grand Opening of its new flagship store! Local athletes, television personalities, trend-setters and sports fans celebrated Mitchell & Ness’ new 2,800-square-foot flagship store, featuring two floors of authentic sports merchandise, Sports memorabilia and a private showroom. Stephen Starr Events served cocktails and hors d’oeuvres inspired by classic sports arena snacks. The bash featured a special performance from DJ Jazzy Jeff and Mayor Michael Nutter even got into the groove with a flawless performance of “Rappers Delight.” Photography Paul Loftland Photography
On November 16, Philadelphia magazine kicked off the Rittenhouse Row Luxury Dinner Series, presented by Infiniti. The first of three dinners was held at local Italian gem, Le Castagne, where guests enjoyed a three-course, truffle-inspired menu prepared by Executive Chef Brian Wilson. Photos by Photography by Jessica Vermeer Hawkes.
The eighth annual “In Fashion!” luncheon and fashion show featured co-founder of Vera Bradley, Barbara Bradley Baekgaard and her Winter 2010 Collection. It took place at Gulph Mills Golf Club on Monday, November 15, 2010 and for the second consecutive year, all the models were cancer survivors. Lindi Skin founder and CEO Lindy Snider shared her story of cancer survival, featured designer Bradley Baekgaard spoke about her Collection and her connection to the Cancer Support Community of Philadelphia’s mission, and event co-chairs Tisa Baena and Joanie Hall (Bradley Baekgaard’s daughter) made sure the event ran smoothly and successfully. Eleven models proudly displayed their Vera Bradley signature handbags, and Tory Burch outfitted them as an audience of over 160 enjoyed lunch and the show. The day also included a silent auction, and boutiques from Vera Bradley by Waterloo Gardens and Tory Burch, that benefited CSCP. Photography by
On Friday, November 15th, Widener University announced the official launch of “Taking the Lead – The Campaign for Widener,” a $58 million, seven-year fundraising initiative to strengthen the university’s growing national reputation as a premier institution for leadership education, civic engagement, global awareness and academic excellence. Widener President James T. Harris III unveiled the amount of the campaign at a gala for key university donors and supporters at the Four Season Hotel in Philadelphia. He also announced that the campaign had already raised $32 million toward the goal in the three-year “silent” or non-public phase.
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