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  • April 9, 2015

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6th Annual Archdiocese Celebrity Waiter Dinner

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  • The 6th Annual Celebrity Waiter Dinner recently took place in the Fleur De Lis Room at The Cardinal Rigali Center. As the featured waiters of the evening gathered for a special pre-event dinner, guests began to arrive; treated to cocktails a cocktail reception with music by the Silk Pajamas. Debbie Monterrey , Mistress of Ceremonies for the evening , introduced the Celebrity Waiters as they entered the dining hall. Archbishop Robert J. Carlson gave a wonderful invocation and provided an inspiring message to the attendees. Shortly thereafter, guests were seated to a wonderful dinner, in which they could upgrade to other delicious dishes with tips to their waiters. A live Auction featuring a Golden Retriever Puppy as well as a Waterford Crystal Dish Set, took place after the Award Ceremony. All proceeds from the event go to support the Archdiocesan Department of Special Education, helping out children with special needs across the St. Louis area. Co-Chairs of this year’s event were Michelle Wright and Roberta Trost.
  • 11/22/2015
  • Album ID: 1992016
  • Photos by David Anderson / AndersonMediaSTL..com

Friends of Kids with Cancer Fashion Show and Boutique

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  • The Friends of Kids with Cancer Fashion Show and Boutique is going strong in its 23rd year with both a luncheon and dinner show along with the 18 plus venders outside the ballroom of the Ritz Carlton in Clayton. With fashions hand picked from Mr. Guy and Dillards, the fashion show models, who are also patients, rocked the catwalk along with parents and special guests models, This even and others throughout the year callow Friends of Kids with Cancer to provide children undergoing treatment for and survivors of cancer and blood related diseases with education, emotional, and recreational support they need to get through hours of chemotherapy, illness, and isolation. .
  • 11/5/2015
  • Album ID: 1996271
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier

Thomas Jefferson Society Dinner

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  • It was an exciting night at the Missouri History Museum in Forest Park as the History Museum’s Thomas Jefferson Society held their 33rd annual dinner in the Grand Hall. Along with honoring the individuals and organizers in the Society whose support is critical to continuing and expanding the work of the Museum, a special honor was given to a local civil rights legend. Recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Award was Frankie Muse Freeman, For over 60 years Frankie has been a lawyer, civil rights advocate, charitable and civic board member, presidential appointee and now author, with the release of her memoirs, A Song of Faith and Hope, of which guests and the Dinner received a signed copy.
  • 11/4/2015
  • Album ID: 1996266
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier

Ollie Hinkle I Heart Food and Wine

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  • Over 21 restaurants had food available to guests at the third annual Ollie Hinkle I Heart Food and Wine event to benefit pediatric heart research and local heart families. Paired with all the food were tastings of over 250 fine wines and brews from many local breweries. This event was held at the Ritz Carlton by Jennifer and Mark Hinkle in memory of their son Ollie who suffered for 13 months from a congenital heart defect. Proceeds from this years event benefit the newly formed Ollie Hinkle Heart Foundation, dedicated to fighting congenital heart defects by raising funds for the most promising research, spreading awareness, and showing love and support to the children and families affected by CHD’s.
  • 11/1/2015
  • Album ID: 1992831
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier

The Inaugural Snow Foundation “Shoot for a Cure” Sporting Clay Competition

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  • The Inaugural Snow Foundation “Shoot for a Cure” Sporting Clay Competition was held at the exclusive Strathalbyn Farms Club on Saturday, October 31st, 2015. The event included breakfast,range practice and a sporting clay shooting competition followed by lunch and a cocktail reception, live auction and trophy presentation. All proceeds from the event benefited the Snow Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness and funding for a rare and deadly form of Diabetes called Wolfram syndrome.
  • 10/31/2015
  • Album ID: 1991129
  • Photos by David Anderson / AndersonMediaSTL..com

The Big Muddy Fall Friend Raiser

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  • As part of its Fifth Season, the Big Muddy Dance Company held their Fall Friend Raiser on Thursday, October 29th. Guests, supporters, family and friends came out to celebrate at the Big Muddy’s new home, The Marcelle, located in Grand Center. After enjoying cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, guests participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony and were treated to a preview performance by the company dancers. Other entertaining embellishments of the evening included exhibits on the dance company and an interactive photo booth! Chairs of the event were Lauren Brickler and Ann Rice.
  • 10/29/2015
  • Album ID: 1990986
  • Photos by David Anderson

Places for People, Harvest Moon Leadership Society Awards Ceremony

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  • Places for People, the leading provider of mental health services in the St. Louis area, celebrated the Places for People Leadership Society with an event on October 24 at the Jewel Box. “Harvest Moon” acknowledged 53 individuals, corporations and foundations for their lifetime contributions to support the mission of Places for People. In addition to recognizing members of the Leadership Society, special awards were presented. Former Places for People Executive Director Francie Broderick received the Francie Broderick Award for Service to Places for People for her tireless efforts on behalf of people living with mental illness. There were five recipients of the Dr. Hilary Sandall and Mildred Dunn Award for Contributions to Places for People. This award, named after the founders of Places for People, is for the supporters who have donated their treasure in support of Places for People’s mission. Award winners were: the Sidney R. Baer, Jr. Foundation, Nancy and Ken Kranzberg, The Kresge Foundation, Missouri Foundation for Health and Saint Louis Mental Health Board.
  • 10/28/2015
  • Album ID: 1989402
  • Photos by David Anderson / AndersonMediaSTL..com

Animal Health Foundation 30th Anniversary Celebration

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  • For 30 years the Animal Health Foundation has worked to support research and discoveries in the fight against equine Laminitis and Dr. Donald Walsh DVM has been there every step of the way. This is why he was presented with the Founders award at the 30th Anniversary Celebration at the Sheldon Concert Hall. Guests enjoyed cocktails and dinner while celebrating Dr. Walsh’s work before making their way to the concert hall to enjoy the singing of Jazz vocalist Denise Thimes, and laugh till they hurt at the performance of comedian Tom Papa.
  • 10/24/2015
  • Album ID: 1995874
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier

Hope and Healing Gala and Auction

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  • In a city of immigrants the Center for Survivors of Torture and War Trauma also called the Center, plays an essential role in facilitating the healing process for refugee and immigrant families forced from their homelands due to war and violence. St. Louis’s history of taking in immigrants from war torn countries means that the essential services provided by the center will be in even greater demand in the coming years. That makes the Center’s 4th annual Hope and Healing Award gala an important event. Funds were raised and awards were given, such as the Jean Abbott Hope and Healing Award given to Ron Klutho, a fixture in the refugee and immigrant community for over 20 years. A very moving keynote speech was delivered by Dr. Benjamin Akande, that used his own story to highlight the issues facing immigrants and refugees today.
  • 10/23/2015
  • Album ID: 1995871
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier

Evening of Hope Gala

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  • On October 23, nearly 400 guests joined staff and scholars at the Palladium St. Louis to support Boys Hope Girls Hope St. Louis. Emcee Mark Zinn of the Big 550 ignited an excitement in the room that helped exceed lofty goals set for the 20th annual Evening of Hope. Co-Chairs Lisa Flavin, (Emerson) and Rich Plass (Express Scripts) were awarded for their diligent work securing generous corporate and personal support for the success of our gala. BHGH scholars greeted guests, sharing stories and goals they have for themselves, each aspiring to emulate Girls Hope 2005 graduate and guest speaker, Debra Johnson provided an eloquent speech that inspired all in the room, ending with a standing ovation. Debra a SLU graduate with a dual degree in Communication and Political Science shared with the guests: “When I entered Girls Hope the uncertainty of what my future would hold dissipated… college became a reality. The doors opened to education by Girls Hope made it possible for me to serve in my current position as the Communications Director to an Illinois U.S. House Representative. “ John F. Kennedy said it best when he stated: “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words but to live by them”. The embodiment of this statement can be found in the great works of both Lisa Flavin, The Heart of Hope recipient, and Trudy Bush Valentine, The Father Sheridan Reflection of Hope recipient. Both of these individuals each shared stories of their own commitment to BHGH and the scholars served, encouraging and inspiriting all to learn more about the opportunities to serve BHGH scholars.
  • 10/23/2015
  • Album ID: 1989479
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