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  • April 9, 2015

Ladue News: Society Photos

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2013 Wing Ding

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  • The tens of thousands of butterflies weren’t the excited ones at the Butterfly House recently: Some 200 guests were on hand for Wing Ding, celebrating the Butterfly House’s 15 years of working to foster a greater understanding of the relationships between animals and plants in the environment. Cocktails and food were enjoyed, along with musical entertainment, silent auction items, a photo booth, and ‘Zoo to you’ animals brought by Conservation Ambassadors.
  • 9/28/2013
  • Album ID: 1718247
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier

APA90 Birthday Bash and Art Auction

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  • You only turn 90 once, and the Animal Protective Association of Missouri made it a birthday to remember. The APA’s Birthday Bash and Art Auction was held at the Contemporary Art Museum, and featured multiple food stations, including a Cold Stone Creamery station where guests created their own ice-cream treats. Along with silent and live auctions, larger-than-life cat and dog sculptures by Harry Weber and custom-designed by local artists were up for bids. For all of its 90 years, the APA has been dedicated to bringing people and pets together.
  • 9/14/2013
  • Album ID: 1712881
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier

CharacterPlus 25th Anniversary

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  • In honor of its 25th year, CHARACTERplus recently held a lively celebration at the Edward Jones headquarters. For 25 years, the program has worked to develop positive character traits in young people by providing a high-quality character education process, as well as resources to schools, homes and communities. After a welcome by master of ceremonies Steve Savard, the Kennerly Elementary School Character Choir sang Positive before several students spoke about how the program influenced their lives. The chairman of the organization’s executive advisory board, Randy McDonnell, also addressed attendees.
  • 9/12/2013
  • Album ID: 1711318
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier

The Art of Hope

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  • Recognizing the importance of art as powerful therapy, supporters and friends of Cancer Support Community came together for the organization’s Art of Hope gala. Recognizing both Dr. John DiPersio and Maryville University’s Kids Rock Cancer, Cancer Support Community filled the ballroom at The Ritz-Carlton with guests. Multiple artists were working on paintings as guests enjoyed cocktails and browsed through silent auction items before heading into the ballroom a for spectacular program, including wine and dinner, awards and music. Proceeds from the evening go to support the many programs and services that CSC provides to help inspire and support cancer patients, survivors and their families.
  • 9/7/2013
  • Album ID: 1708708
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier

Fall Exhibit Opening

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  • It was a celebration marking the 10th anniversary of the Contemporary Art Museum’s building in Grand Center, and also the opening of the fall exhibits, five site-specific pieces commissioned by chief curator Dominic Molon. This curatorial collaboration is called Place is the Space and runs until Dec. 29. The opening was followed by a special after-party at the home of board chair Pat Whitaker.
  • 9/6/2013
  • Album ID: 1705268
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier

The ALS Association St. Louis Regional Chapter 18th Annual Memorial Golf Tournament & Dinner Auction

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  • The ALS Association recently held its 18th Annual Memorial Golf Tournament & Dinner at the Norman K. Probstein Golf Course in Forest Park. Golfers and guests were invited to enjoy cocktails and a silent auction before sitting down to a lovely dinner. The event is a tribute to all patients living with ALS, as well as those whose lives were prematurely taken by the disease. Speakers during the dinner included ALS patients and family members. Among those showing support were four generations of the Sanders family, who attended in memory of the late Judge James Sanders. All proceeds from the event benefit the organization’s St. Louis Regional Chapter. The association is dedicated to leading the fight to treat and cure ALS through global research, while also empowering people with Lou Gehrig’s disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support.
  • 8/23/2013
  • Album ID: 1696997
  • Photos by Colleen Doherty

Cattle Baron’s Ball

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  • The American Cancer Society had a roundup at the Greensfelder Recreation Center at Queeny Park. It was the Cattle Baron’s Ball which helps to raise funds for lifesaving research, patient programs and the Hope Lodge in St. Louis. Guests in their best western wear enjoyed drinks and grub while perusing the silent auction items available as well as playing a variety of games including the wine bottle ring toss. Before sitting down to a country barbecue meal, guests enjoyed the sounds of the Stan Wagganer Trio plus one, and the rope skills of Leo the Cowboy. Co-Hosts Jasmine Huda and Sherry Farmer made announcements before a talk by Dr. Tim Eberlein, Director of the Siteman Cancer Center. After dinner and an auction program guests Boot-Scooted to tunes provided by country group Borderline.
  • 8/17/2013
  • Album ID: 1696646
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier

Big Muddy Ball

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  • To premiere its new INVIGORATE production, the Big Muddy Dance Company recently held its Big Muddy Ball at the Touhill Performing Arts Center. Along with great dance, the company, now in its second season, works closely with the community. It recently launched the Senior Outreach program, helping to study the effects of dance in slowing down diseases like Parkinsons and Alzheimer’s.
  • 6/20/2013
  • Album ID: 1677823
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier

Cap and Gown: St. Louis Proud!

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  • College Bound held its sixth annual Cap & Gown Ball: St. Louis Proud! at Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, where guests celebrated the ‘3P’s:’ preparation, placement and persistence. Host Larry Zarin, introduced College Bound speakers Tanner Senter, Charity White, Leroy Eason and Tiara Weaver, who all participated in College Bound and gave inspiring speeches. Following dinner, founder and CEO Lisa Zarin and Express Scripts’ George Paz addressed the audience. College Bound provides promising high school students from under-served communities with the academic enrichment, social supports and life skills needed to apply, matriculate and succeed in four-year colleges.
  • 6/11/2013
  • Album ID: 1667753
  • Photos by Molly James

5th Annual NativityMiguel Scholarship Dinner

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  • Celebrating their 5th annual Scholarship Dinner, the NativityMiguel Scholarship Fund has been helping economically disadvantaged students in St. Louis Catholic Middle Schools go forward to college prep schools. Guests came together at the Chase Park Plaza to celebrate this past school years’ 303 scholarship recipients. Such is the importance of having a good college prep education, that 97% of the 2012 graduates were accepted to college-prep high schools and 83% of all NativityMiguel graduates are admitted to college. Among 64 schools nationwide, St. Louis leads the nation with 6 NativityMiguel Schools.
  • 6/5/2013
  • Album ID: 1668532
  • Photos by Bryan Schraier
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