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  • November 28, 2014

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2014 A Novel Affair

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  • With respect for the past and sights set on the future, the St. Louis Public Library kicked off its sesquicentennial year with an elegant evening set in the grandeur and beauty of downtown’s Central Library. Guests enjoyed appetizers and drinks on the first floor in the Locust Street Atrium, then it was off to the Great Hall and Grand Foyer located on the second floor for dinner. Mezzo Soprano, Johanna Nordhorn serenaded guests as they entered the Great Hall to find their seats. After dinner guests lingered over coffee and adjourned to the first floor Locust Street Atrium and Center for the Reader for a glass of wine or an after dinner liqueur while listening the music of the Landolfi Strings. The evening’s co-chairs were Isabelle Montupet and Ulrike Schlafly.
  • 11/25/2014
  • Album ID: 1874054
  • Photos by By Diane Anderson

2014 Musial Awards

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  • Guests were invited to experience one of the greatest nights in all of sports. The St. Louis Sports Commission hosted the Musial Awards and was presented by Maryville University. This extraordinary event honored the legacy of Stan the Man by celebration the greatest moments of sportsmanship from around the country. Among this year’s honorees was baseball Hall of Famer Joe Torre, the inaugural recipient of the Stan Musial Lifetime Achievement Award for Sportsmanship. Guests enjoyed the four-time World Series champion manager and those connected to the most inspiring stories of sportsmanship for an incredibly entertaining, uplifting and unforgettable evening. Spotted in the crowd were Dan Farrell vice president of the St. Louis Baseball Cardinals along with Stan Musial’s daughters Janet Musial Schwarze and Jean Musial Edmonds and their families.
  • 11/25/2014
  • Album ID: 1874048
  • Photos by By Diane Anderson

Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition’s Sizzling Celebration

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  • The Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition celebrated its 25th anniversary of finding forever families for the St. Louis areas hardest to place children. Guests were invited to put on their best outfit and dancing shoes and joined in for a Sizzling Celebration at Moulin in St. Louis. It was a night of dancing to the tunes of a live band, Groovethang while enjoying food, drinks and lots of surprises to celebrate truly awesome kids and their families. The party celebrated having found forever families for 2,500 kids in 25 years. The evening was presented by Sandy and Dixie Deibel with Dowd Bennett LLP.
  • 11/25/2014
  • Album ID: 1874034
  • Photos by By Diane Anderson

Boots and Roots featuring Rosanne Cash with John Leventhal at the Concert Hall and Sheldon Art Galle

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  • Guests were invited to a unique music and art event inspired by the exhibition “Marty Stuart: The Art of Country Music.” Featuring a concert by one of today’s most acclaimed singer and songwriter, Roseanne Cash. Guests enjoyed signature cocktails, gourmet hors d’ oeuvres generously catered by Orlando’s and the opportunity to view artifacts once owned by Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Patsy Cline and Porter Wagoner, this special event benefits the exhibits and educational programs of the Sheldon Art Galleries. Co-chairs for the evening were Missy Hill and her daughter, Heather Hill Alexander. Entertainment for the cocktail reception was provided by the Root Diggers.
  • 11/25/2014
  • Album ID: 1873989
  • Photos by By Diane Anderson

Play Date presented by St. Louis Children's Hospital

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  • Guests were invited to stay up past bedtime and be kids again at St. Louis Children’s Hospital inaugural fundraising event, Play Date! From larger-than-life amusements to the sights and sounds of the Play Date arcade, the event was packed with interactive games and entertainment for all. In addition, to the midway carnival, the event included a whimsical dinner, trike races, auction and a surprise after party. St. Louis Children’s Hospital Foundation President Lee Fetter greeted the guests, while Annie Geile was the event chair. Proceeds from Play Date will support mission-critical programs and services at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, many of which are fully-funded by generous gifts from companies and individuals in our community.
  • 11/22/2014
  • Album ID: 1874052
  • Photos by Elizabeth Merkel

Missouri Eating Disorder Association Annual Gala

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  • The Missouri Eating Disorders Association recently held its Annual Benefit Gala at the Norwood Hill Country Club. The gala featured live and silent auctions, dinner and live entertainment. Association founders Judy Bruton and Kim McCallum greeted the guests, while Robin Jonas and Annie Seal served as the event co-chairs. Proceeds benefit MOEDA’s education workshop, The Real Skinny, which is offered to educators and students in the St. Louis metro-area schools and strives to bring hope, compassion and understanding to the fight against eating disorders.
  • 11/22/2014
  • Album ID: 1873475
  • Photos by Elizabeth Merkel

The Peanut Butter Birthday Party Book Launch

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  • Guests were invited to an “Afternoon Special,” timed to allow young guests at the end of the school day, and to add some s ‘bark, and peanut butter to the day for reader of all ages as Cynthia Kagan Frohlichstein greeted everyone and autographed her book, The Peanut Butter Birthday Party. What is most loved about the book signing and the event was that it’s a triple give back and that’s what her book is all about. Firstly the kids and their family were asked to bring a jar of peanut butter to be donated to the Food Pantry operated by Jewish Family and Children’s Service, and secondly, people received pre-addressed envelopes to make a tax-deductible donation to Stray Rescue. Thirdly, Cynthia Kagan Frohlichstein makes a donation to a non-profit from every book she sells.
  • 11/19/2014
  • Album ID: 1871682
  • Photos by By Diane Anderson

Starry Starry Night

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  • Starry Starry Night was held at the Edward Jones Atrium in St. Louis County and brought Great Circle’s mission alive with an evening of entertainment, food and celebration. Guests were invited to a unique glimpse into the Great Circle programs through interactive vignettes. The evening was highlighted with a performance by The Muny Kids and Teens and a special appearance by the Great Circle Chorus. Great Circle restores hope to those in difficult circumstances by providing treatment, education, prevention and support services to children, families and communities throughout Missouri and beyond. Co-chairs for the evening were Cindy and John Munich and Samantha and Karlos Bledsoe.
  • 11/19/2014
  • Album ID: 1871675
  • Photos by By Diane Anderson

2014 Applause! Gala

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  • The 2014 Applause! Gala was attended by nearly 500 quests representing the region’s top corporations and organizations. The magical evening also included silent and live auctions featuring exclusive experiences, specialty handmade items, high end wines, fine jewelry, and more. Stages is the region’s foremost not-for-profit organization committed to advancing the art form of musical theatre through excellence in performance and education. Lynne Turley served as chairperson for the evening. Steve Isom and Kari Ely were co-hosts.
  • 11/18/2014
  • Album ID: 1871664
  • Photos by By Diane Anderson

Champion of Education Reform Award

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  • Each year the Children's Education Alliance of Missouri honors a person they believe personifies their motto of "reimagining education." The recipient of this year's Champion of Education Reform Award was given to Maxine Clark. Since stepping away from her role as Chief Executive Bear at Build-A-Bear, the company she founded in 1997, Maxine Clark has redoubled her civic efforts to improve educational access and outcomes for children in our region. Guests convened at the recently renovated Cheshire Inn to honor Maxine Clark at an awards reception. The mission of the Children’s Education Alliance of Missouri is to improve Missouri’s K-12 education system by advancing education policies that ensure all families have the right to choose the education they determine is best for their children.
  • 11/18/2014
  • Album ID: 1871635
  • Photos by By Diane Anderson
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