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  • April 9, 2015

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Salvation Army Doing the Most Good Awards Luncheon

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  • William Booth, founder of The Salvation Army said it best when he quoted, “God loves with a great love the man whose heart is bursting with a passion for the impossible. “ Some of those very people taking up these impossible deeds had a chance to be honored for their great efforts at the recent ‘Doing the Most Good Awards Luncheon ‘. Those in St. Louis who make up the backbone of positive community change, development and volunteerism were honored for their heroic works. Take Mackenzie Scott for example, who was diagnosed with Legg-Calves Perthes, a degenerative bone disease. Despite her condition Mackenzie was not about to let that stop her from being a blessing to others. She had an idea; she noticed many children missing the opportunity to share the joys of Christmas and found a way to spread the love. In order to bless others with toys that otherwise might be without, she started the organization FireTruckofToys.org. As a result both her and her nonprofit have become a living, thriving success. This special event took place at the Chase Park Plaza in the beautiful Khorassan Ballroom where attendees learned about some fantastic individuals, corporations and organizations, who have been making the community strong by providing endless possibilities for those in need!
  • 8/26/2015
  • Album ID: 1968877
  • Photos by David Anderson / AndersonMediaSTL..com

Leadership Recognition Dinner

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  • Peabody Energy Leaders in Education held its annual recognition dinner recently at Hilton at the Ballpark in downtown St. Louis. The award event recognized exceptional educators and mentors throughout the greater St. Louis region, regardless of title, school or job description. During the school year, a committee of academic business and civic leaders anonymously select a weekly honoree from and extraordinary list of candidates nominated by the public. Special guest speaker was Illinois governor Bruce Rauner. Recognition of recipients was Greg Boyce, Glenn Kellow, President and CEO Peabody Energy and Maureen Moore, director of development. Educator of the year award was presented to Joseph Michalski work coordinator at Alton High School. Debbie Monterrey KMOX morning news host served as master of ceremonies.
  • 8/25/2015
  • Album ID: 1968067
  • Photos by By Diane Anderson

Light up the Night

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  • Light up the Night was a festive evening for the Jewish Light Publisher’s Society and friends at a private evening of Mediterranean food, wine and beverages with the award winning chef Ben Poremba at his Olio and Elaia restaurant at 1634 Tower Grove Avenue. Ben Poremba discussed his journey from Israel to St. Louis. The St. Louis Jewish Light Publisher’s Society recognizes those individuals, corporations and foundations who contribute $500.00 and more to the annual campaign. It is only through the generosity and support of the Publishers that the Light continues to fulfill its mission to inform, inspire, and connect the entire St. Louis Jewish community. Co-chairs for the evening were Caroline Goldenberg and Peggy Kaplan.
  • 8/25/2015
  • Album ID: 1967649
  • Photos by By Diane Anderson

Kookin for Kids

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  • One of St. Louis’ most popular culinary events, Kookin’ for Kids, was held on Sunday, August 23, at the Chase Park Plaza. More than 25 local restaurants served up their finest fare, with dishes served by well-known St. Louis celebrities. Part of the evening’s fun is the cocktail competition, which featured four of the region’s best mixologists. All proceeds from the evening went to St. Vincent Home for Children, which supports local kids and guides them through their challenges, thanks to a comprehensive range of services and a dedicated staff. Celebrity servers included St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay, St. Louis Public Radio host Don Marsh, FOX 2’s Dan Gray, and University of Missouri Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin, among many others. The emcee for the evening was popular KTRS (550 AM) host McGraw Milhaven. Special guests Lou and Jackie Brock sold raffle tickets for an amazing Spring Training vacation package throughout the event.
  • 8/23/2015
  • Album ID: 1967438
  • Photos by David Anderson

Fairy Tales Come True

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  • "Fairy Tales Can Come True," a whimsical musical evening, recently enchanted some 250 guests at Bissinger's Caramel Room. Proceeds from the event benefit the Tuition Assistance Fund at University City Children's Center, an early childhood education center where more than half of the children receive scholarship assistance. The 10th anniversary "Fairy Tales" concert featured performances by: Melissa Brooks, associate principal cellist, Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra; classical pianist Ruth Price, and the Arianna String Quartet. The Production and Community Engagement Team at the Nine Network of Public Public Media was recognized with the "For the Love of Children" award. Longtime supporters Michele and Donn Lux chaired the 2015 "Fairy Tales Can Come True."
  • 8/21/2015
  • Album ID: 1967396
  • Photos by David Anderson

Ladue News Unveiling

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  • For the highlight of the finale of this summer's season, the Ladue News hosted a special unveiling for it's newest publication format. Guests had a chance to catch a sneak peek at the latest edition issue before it went to news stands. A cocktail hour with hors d'oeuvres was followed by a special presentation by several of the Ladue News staff including Andrea Griffith and Dawn Deane. Spotted amongst the crowd were Andy Dielmann, Susan Nall ,and Matt and Annemarie Schumacher, The kick-off was a great success and the guests just loved the new layout!
  • 8/20/2015
  • Album ID: 1966878
  • Photos by David Anderson

Charity Triple Play Art Auction

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  • Many guests came right from the St. Louis Cardinals game across the street to the Westin Hotel to take part in the Charity Triple Play Art Auction presented by Maryville University. Featured in the auction were portraits of over a dozen players, organized by the League of Extraordinary Artists student organization at Maryville. These portraits by Maryville students, faculty, staff and alumni were auctioned off along with many silent and live auction items to benefit three important nonprofit organizations. The Cardinals Care organization is the St. Louis Cardinals nonprofit foundation, caring for kids around the region. Kids Rock Cancer is a Maryville created music therapy program for kids facing the fight against cancer. Mending Faces provides life changing cleft palate and cleft lip surgeries to impoverished children in the Philippines.
  • 8/16/2015
  • Album ID: 1967379
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier

The Great Gatsby Visitation Academy Fundraiser

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  • Parents of students and guests gathered at the home of Drs Tom and Nickole Forget for the Visitation Academy Safari Lower School Fundraiser, the Great Gatsby. Guests came in 1920s attire and were greeted by a 1928 Ford Model A Roadster before entering the Forget’s backyard and enjoying cocktails and hors d’oeuvres around their pool while enjoying period music on piano. Guests used chips to gamble the night away at Roulette, Blackjack and Craps, all to benefit the lower school at Visitation Academy. In addition to venue hosts the Forget’s, other sponsor hosts were Seamus and Dr. Lissa Lopez Concagh, Darryl and Gail Piasecki, and Drs. Chris and Elyra Figueroa Espana.
  • 8/15/2015
  • Album ID: 1967378
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier

The Story Goes On: The Songs of Maltby & Shire

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  • STAGES St. Louis proudly presented the world premiere of a new musical revue, The Story Goes On: The Songs of Maltby & Shire at its annual cabaret event, Cheers!, benefiting STAGES’ education and artistic programs. Assembled by the creative team at STAGES, The Story Goes On… marks the inaugural workshop production from Emerson American Musical Creative. The revue, showcasing the songs of Musical Theatre icons Richard Maltby & David Shire, takes audiences on a musical journey as three couples explore the ups and downs of their respective relationships. The one-night only event featured cast members from STAGES’ 2015 productions of Anything Goes and The Full Monty, including Julie Cardia, John Flack, Leah Berry, Austin Hohnke, Bronwyn Tarboton, and Erik Keiser. Triple Threats, STAGES Performing Arts Academy's Premiere Performance Group, also entertained the audience with a short set of songs. Jim and Merry Mosbacher and Lynne and Jim Turley were co-chairs.
  • 8/11/2015
  • Album ID: 1963884
  • Photos by By Diane Anderson

Say Amen Gala Blues For Thought

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  • Mathews-Dickey Boys’ & Girls’ Club generated Blues for Thought at its 26th Annual Clifton Davis “Say Amen” Gala, at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, One S. Broadway in downtown St. Louis. The black-tie optional gala featured the presentation of awards to youth, adult volunteers and community leaders which were; Bob Ciapciak, Khalia Collier, Reverend Starsky Wilson, Jaylen Bledsoe, Andre Edison, Jocelyn Davis, Quentin Phillips, Sydney Green, and a performance by the Daryl Darden Band out of Los Angeles. The keynote address was by former Pulaski Bank Chairman & CEO Bill Donius, author of the New York Times Best-Seller “Thought Revolution: How to Unlock Your Inner Genius.” Missouri Governor Jeremiah “Jay” Nixon provided the welcome that evening and announced state support for the organization’s Bob Russell Park in Bellefontaine Neighbors.
  • 8/8/2015
  • Album ID: 1967275
  • Photos by Maurice Meredith, Trotter Photo
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