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Chamber Music Society of St. Louis

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  • [WHAT] 10th Anniversary Gala : Notes from Hollywood - The Sequel [WHERE] Sheldon Concert hall [WHY] 10th Anniversary Gala honoring Leonard Slatkin [WHO] Executive and Artistic director Marc Gordon, Honorary Chair Noemi Neidorff, Co-Chairs Carol and Tom Voss (Board Chair), Co-Chairs Miran Halen, Mary Forsyth, Faith Berger [HIGHLIGHTS] Cocktails and book signing by Maestro Slatkin, silent auction, concert performance, VIP dinner reception
  • 12/10/2018
  • Album ID: 2222639
  • Photos by Bill Barrett

VOYCE

  • 49 photos
  • [WHERE] Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel [WHAT] Caregiver Awards Luncheon [WHY] The Caregiver Awards Luncheon creates public awareness for VOYCEs role in speaking up for quality long-term care. The luncheon honors the unsung heroes who are the front-line caregivers in long-term care. These champions are delivering quality, person-centered care while respecting the rights of those they care for. VOYCE has volunteer advocates and trained staff that assists long-term care residents, their families and the senior communities with issues involving roommates, family members, or other resident concerns. VOYCE provides that neutral ear and the tools that can resolve these issues. [WHO] Executive Director: Mary Lynn Faunda, Board Chair: Lauree Peterson-Sakai, Event Co-Chairpersons: Lynn Potts, Cindy Wilson [Highlights] Reception with the nominees and sponsors awards presentation to Caregivers of the Year and Lifetime Award recipients, lunch and gift basket raffles.
  • 11/29/2018
  • Album ID: 2221698
  • Photos by Sue Henry Wolf

ALS Association St.Louis Regional Chapter - Ice Bucket Challenge

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  • [Where] Four Seasons Hotel [Why] This fundraising event helps this ALS Chapters mission to discover treatments and a cure for ALS. Also, to serve , advocate for, and empower people with ALS to live their lives to the fullest. The association provides support for people with ALS and their families through three mission priorities, care services, research and advovacy. [Who] President/CEO Maureen Barber-Hill, Board Chair David Van de Riet, Vice Chair Josh Rogers, Secretary Zachary Leeds, Board Treasurer Dave Collet, Advisory Director Dr.Tim Miller MD,PhD, Board of Directors: Johnny Wang, Bryan Thomas Honorary Chairs Joe & Kim Koenig, Honorary Event Committee: Dan Gray. Ice Bucket Challenge Celebrities: Former St.Louis Blue Chris Pronger, KEZK on air personality Trish Gazall, Pres/CEO So Hospitality Group Munsok So,VP Global Human Resources, World Wide Technology Ann Marr & St.Louis Cardinals Manager Mike Schildt. Singer Erin Bode, St.Louis Cardinals President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak, Emcee Y98 On-air Host Paul Cook, Auctioneer Graham Crow, Steve Zigler, Lynn Hogan [Highlights] Cocktails & Hors D’oeuvres, Golden Ticket Raffle, Silent Auction and Music by Erin Brode. A Welcome and dinner followed led to the Program which included the Golden Raffle Ticket Winner announcement, Live auction, Mission Moment Video and the Celebrity Ice Bucket Challenge. After Dinner Drinks and Music by Erin Brode ended the evening.
  • 11/18/2018
  • Album ID: 2220605
  • Photos by Rick Miller

Assistance League of St. Louis

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  • [What] Imagine! A Night of Hope and Dreams [Where] Edward Jones Atrium [Who] President Roxie Randolph, President elect Jane Harbron, Chair Connie Curran, Co-Chair Karen Pennington, VP Fund Development Sue Peters, emcee / auctioneer Rene Knott [Why] Assistance League of St. Louis is a nonprofit all-volunteer service organization whose members identify, develop, implement and fund ongoing philanthropic programs to serve the specific needs of children and adults in the St. Louis community [Highlights] Cocktails, dinner, silent and live auction, entertainment by Tony Viviano Entertainment Enterprises
  • 11/17/2018
  • Album ID: 2220588
  • Photos by Bill Barrett

Great Circle - Starry Starry Night

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  • [Where] Four Seasons Hotel [Why] The annual gala celebrates the courageous and resilient spirit of our children and families. Supporters and friends gather with a common vision – families should have easily accessible mental and behavioral health care when they need it. [Who] President & CEO Vincent Hillyer, VP & CPO Julia Adami, VP of Insurance & Provider Relations Liz Hauser, VP of Residential Treatment Services Nicole Gebke, Board Chair Jack Gillis, Board Members Richard Ward, Andy Miedler, Peggy Gordin. Cap Grossman, Kelly Gast, Jeanne Crawford [Highlights] Evening started with cocktails and hors d’oeures, entertainment and a silent auction. Next was dinner along with the program and a special performance by Great Circle Kids. The evening ended with an after-party with live music, dancing, and cocktails.
  • 11/10/2018
  • Album ID: 2219985
  • Photos by Rick Miller

Bonne Chance Auction

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  • [What] Bonne Chance Auction [Where] Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School [Why] To support students, the school, and Sacred Heart education and encourage a spirit of giving. Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School strives to educate the heart and mind of each child in a nurturing and challenging environment. They are dedicated to preparing students for lives of faith in God, integrity, leadership and service to others. [Who] Head of School: Michael Baber; Board Chair: Spencer Finney; Co- Chairs: Lesley Wagner and Lauren Brown; Vice Chair: Anthony Soukenik; Board Members: Thomas Adamitis, Gregory Billhartz, Ann Caire, Rickard Doili, Laura Condie George, Maureen Glavin, Edward Griesedieck, Missy Rosenthal Leggat, Josie Gonzalez Littlepage, Mimi Webster Murphy, Paul Schnoebelen, Stephen Sweeny, Aukje Vestjens-Rijkema; Auction Transition Chair: Corinne Qureshi; Director of Enrollment Management: Terese Hagemeister; Director of Marketing and Communications: Sapna Jos. [Highlights] At 6pm doors opened for the 47th Bonne Chance Auction. More than 300 guests and volunteers were greeted with carolers from the school’s choir as they walked up to Villa Duchesne and Oak High School. Upon entering they were welcomed by Santa’s elves (student volunteers) and Christmas music set the mood. The evening began with cocktails and a silent auction followed by a seated dinner. Next, a $10,000 raffle drawing took place and then a live auction. The evening wrapped up with a video from the senior class.
  • 11/10/2018
  • Album ID: 2219974
  • Photos by Hannah Anderson

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St.Louis - Great Futures Gala

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  • [Where] The Chase Park Plaza [Why]. To raise funds so the Boys & Girls Clubs can continue servicing the St.Louis area by inspiring and enabling all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Everyday, BGCSTL provides after-school, teen, sports and summer programs to youth in the St. Louis area while also providing a safe place for children to learn and grow. [Who] BGCSTL President Dr. Flint Fowler, VP, Resource Development Ruth Lederman, VP Human Resources Rehee M. Seaman, VP Finance Gina Knapp, VP Operations & Programs Indigo K. Sams, VP Marketing & Communications Shuntae Shields Ryan, Gala Chairs Jimmy & Janet Williams, Co-Chairs Mark & Flora Stallion, Dave & Barb Touchette, BGCSTL Board Member Dave Queller, Event Committee Dave Aplington, Gregg & Sue Berdy, Leann Chilton, Rasheen & Desiree Coleman, Logan Finnerty, Tasha Holland, Michael Kennedy, Keith & Andrea Lueking, Chonda Nwamu, Kristin Rice, Kel & Donna Ward, Emcee Carol Daniel, Youth of the Year Finalists Kahalia Adams, Danielle Kain, Fatuma Euli, Jennifer Sandford [Highlights] A Welcome Reception began the evening with cocktails, hor dourves, and live music. Next an Opening Welcome by Emcee Carol Daniel followed by a Step Show Presentation by club members and a Welcome from BGCSTL Pres. Dr Flint Fowler. Dinner was served and following a wonderful meal they heard the Youth of the Year Speachesj & video. Carol Daniel gave a presentation titled “Fund a Future” which was followed by the 2018 Youth of the Year Selection & Awards. To end the evening there was an After Party Celebration featuring a Dirty Muggs performance.
  • 11/9/2018
  • Album ID: 2219971
  • Photos by Rick Miller

STAGES St. Louis

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  • [WHAT] Applause! 17th Annual Gala [WERE] The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis [WHY] Proceeds will benefit Education and Artistic programs [WHO] Co-chairs Judy Kent, Merry Mosbacher, and Lynne Turley, Exec producer Jack Lane, Artistic director Michael Hamilton, Assoc producer Andrew Kuhlman, [HIGHLIGHTS] Cocktail reception, dinner, silent auction, entertainment by The Broadway Boys
  • 11/9/2018
  • Album ID: 2219867
  • Photos by Bill Barrett

Friends of Kids with Cancer - 26th annual Fashion Show & Boutique

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  • [Where] The Ritz-Carlton [Why] The Fashion Show & Boutique help to raise funds so that Friends of Kids with Cancer can continue to be an advocate for these special kids and provide them and their families with the educational, emotional, and recreational support needed as a result of the long hours of chemotherapy, illness, and isolation. [Who] President Tom Lynch, Vice President Merri Cross, Treasurer Jay Adams, Secretary Frank Schmidt, Emeritus Mary Mercuio, Friends of Kids with Cancer Staff - Exe Dir. Brandy Bimslager, Bookkeeper Diane Voigt, Communications specialist Mary McKee, Admin Coordinator Jamie Ebel, Program Coordinator Margie Sedlack, Board Members Tom Russo, Ben Turec Fashion Show Event Co-Chairs Kelly Beat, Kelly Johnson, Jessica Mangus, Master of Ceremonies FOX Sports Midwest Jim Hayes, Guest Speaker Rob Hanson, Patient Speaker Ryan Hughes, Nathan Hicks, Fashion Show Emcee’s Kathy Ferrara, Susanne Rosenberg, Auctioneer Kevin McMullin, St.Louis Blues Alex Pietrangleo
  • 11/8/2018
  • Album ID: 2219906
  • Photos by Rick Miller

Kenrick-Glennon Seminary Convivium Dinner Auction

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  • [What] Kenrick-Glennon Seminary’s 26th Annual Convivium Dinner Auction [Where] The Chase Park Plaza [What] The Convivium Mass and Dinner Auction supports the formation and education of the seminarians at Kenrick-Glennon [When] November 3, 2018 [Highlights] Mass at the Chapel of St. Joseph, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, dinner, silent and oral auction. The Most Reverend Robert J. Carlson, Fr. Jim Mason, along with bishops, priests, seminarians were in attendance
  • 11/6/2018
  • Album ID: 2219454
  • Photos by Christina Kling-Garrett