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  • August 30, 2014

Ladue News: Society Photos

Society Photos

 

Fairy Tales Can Come True

  • 36 photos
  • “Fairy Tales Can Come True,” a musical concert was held at The Sheldon Ballroom in Grand Center and benefited the Tuition Assistance Fund at University City Children’s Center. Three of the acclaimed classical musicians who performed are the parents of UCCC alumni: Melissa Brooks, associate principal cello, Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra; John McGrosso, violinist, and Ruth Price, pianist and professor. McGrosso’s fellow musicians with the Arianna String Quartet also performed with him at the concert, along with violinist Jane Price. The evening began with cocktails, wine and hors d’oeuvres, followed by the concert. Classic compositions, celebrating children and childhood, were performed. A highlight was an original musical setting of the award-winning children’s book, “Extra Yarn,” by Mac Barnett. “Extra Yarn” depicts how one young girl’s spirit of giving results in abundance and joy for her and others. Co-chairs for the evening were Lois Bailey and Leslie Schultz.
  • 8/25/2014
  • Album ID: 1837822
  • Photos by By Diane Anderson

Epworth 19th Annual Charity Polo Match

  • 40 photos
  • Epworth Children and Family Services celebrated its nineteenth annual Charity Polo Match at Kraftig Polo Club in Defiance, Missouri. The gates opened at three and featured barbeque, beverages and kid friendly activities including horse drawn wagon rides, divot stomping and more. Epworth Children and Family Services help youth and families find strengths, break through obstacles, and build brighter futures. Spotted in the crowd was Billy Busch, founder and owner of Kraftig Brewing Company, Peter Von Gontard, Steve Orthwein and Susan McDowell chief program officer for Epworth Children and Family Services.
  • 8/25/2014
  • Album ID: 1837689
  • Photos by By Diane Anderson

Dinner with Prince Louis de Bourbon, Duc d'Anjou and Princess Marguerite

  • 60 photos
  • In honor of the 250th anniversary of the founding of the city of St. Louis and the 800th anniversary of the birth of Saint-Louis, His Royal Highness Prince Louis de Bourbon, Duke of Anjou and his wife Princess Marguerite travelled to St. Louis for the first time since 2000.With The Sam & Marilyn Fox Family Foundation & Mayor Francis G. Slay, St. Louis Language Immersion Schools celebrated their visit with a private dinner at the Saint Louis Club. Located in city, St. Louis Language Immersion Schools serves over 1000 students in grades K-6, offering both full day language immersion education & International Baccalaureate curriculum. It is the only school network in the country offering its education model in a urban, tuition-free, inclusive setting. Learn more at sllis.org.
  • 8/23/2014
  • Album ID: 1837843
  • Photos by David Anderson

Shriners Hospital, Heroes for Kids Gala

  • 36 photos
  • On Friday, Aug. 22, Shriners Hospitals for Children hosted its “Heroes for Kids” gala at the Fabulous Fox Theatre. The Roaring 20s-themed event was the first of its kind for the hospital and raised more than $250,000 to support the new Shriners Hospital under construction near Kingshighway. The event was timed to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the founding of Shriners Hospital in St. Louis in 1924 and designed to also be a homecoming celebration for former patients of the hospital. More than 300 Shriners, current and former patients, current and former employees, as well as friends of the hospital attended. Amongst a combined team effort from the hospital, the two main event coordinators were Terri Andrews, Development Officer III, and Tammy Robbins, Director of Public and Community Relations. Charlie Brennan of KMOX and KETC’s Donnybrook served as master of ceremonies during the gala which featured a presentation by two of the hospital’s current Patient Ambassadors, Madelyn Hubbs, 14 and Katie Ladlie, 16. The two girls “passed the torch” to new Patient Ambassador Jude Daues and her parents Joe and Christine Daues of Springfield, MO, who were the evening’s featured family. To see the video, go to the hospital’s YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPQSRNbgjSY The gala was the official kick-off for the Heroes for Kids Capital Campaign for Shriners Hospitals for Children. The funds raised that evening will be put to work as the Shriners construct their new hospital at 4400 Clayton Avenue in St. Louis, just off interstate 64-40 at mile marker 26. The benefits of the new hospital include the opportunity to increase the number of patients the hospital serves while reducing operating expenses. Leadership from Shriners International attended the event including Chairman and CEO of Shriners Hospitals for Children, Doug Maxwell, of Chesterfield, MO, and Imperial Officer Jeff Sowder of Wichita, KS.
  • 8/22/2014
  • Album ID: 1837650
  • Photos by David Anderson

Sign of the Arrow Grand Opening

  • 107 photos
  • The Sign of the Arrow, a needle point gift shop, recently re-opened at a new store front on Clyaton Road. This grand re-opening was complete with a ribbon cutting ceremony, door prizes, baked goods and coffee, and a special opportunity to meet and greet with the original founders of the former store. Holly Thomas, Tom Bourgeois, Nancy Spewak, Sarah Mudd, and Julie Filean all took part in the ribbon cutting ceremony. Attendees of the event then had a chance to see some of the wonderful crafts featured throughout the brand new store.
  • 8/20/2014
  • Album ID: 1837409
  • Photos by David Anderson

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