HughE Dillon: Soccer Fundraiser at Whisper Nightclub

John Bolaris, Erin Como, Mayor Nutter and more come out to support program for inner-city girls

Hacina Saadi (left) and Lindsay Furman (right) hosted an event last night at Whisper nightclub that benefited Soccer Sisters United (SSU). The group brings soccer and academic support to inner-city girls. Also in photo below is Fox 29’s weatherman John Bolaris.

Below: Coach Walter Stewart (right) began in 1998 with eight girls at the gym at the Marian Anderson Recreation Center at 17th and Fitzwater streets in South Philadelphia. Here, with Miss Pennsylvania Amber-Joi Watkins.

Below: NBC10’s Erin Como, Lianna Christine and WMMR’s Marisa Magnatta stopped by to lend their support.

Below: 6 ABC was in the house with stylish Shirleen Allicot, co-anchor of Action News at 4 p.m. and meteorologist Melissa Magee, pretty in purple pumps.

Below: Milica Stojancic, milliner and owner of Milica in the Hat Millinery, wearing one of her creations, and Federico Schiavio.

Below: James Boney, professor of philosophy at Neumann University, and Kenneth Wellar, senior associate at Marcus & Millichap.

Below: Alloyius McIlwaine, Cultures Clothing Co., and Michelle Kim.

Below: Kelly Burak, Justin Guzzo, Megan Heaton and Sonya Bright. Others spotted at the event, but who escaped my lens: NBC 10’s Dave Warren, Mayor Nutter, Justin Rentzel, Philadelphia Union’s Freddy Adu, and rapper Mark Gaines.

Below: Two of the most fab Philadelphia DJs around: Eddie Tully and Inga D’Angelo. When Eddie’s not selling real estate you can find him at the hottest places. Inga can also be found at D’Angelo’s, where last week you would have also found the cast of The Silver Linings Playbook, Robert DeNiro, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence along with director David O. Russell, going over lines as they ate dinner.