January Snapshots

Roselle Unger, Henry Rosenblat and Julie Wise Oreck pose for the cameras at the Jewish Family Service’s “Rhythm and Soul Jazz Brunch” on Sunday, September 29.

 

 

 


Former Executive Director Deena Gerber with her successor, current Jewish Family Services Executive Director Michael Steiner. The “Rhythm and Soul Jazz Brunch” honored Gerber for her term of service, and featured a champagne reception and brunch at the Audubon Tea Room.



Odessa Adams-Price, chair Patty Riddlebarger, Toya Barnes-Teamer and Ana Gershanik at the United Way of Southeast Louisiana’s Women’s Leadership Council’s “Fall Membership Kick-off” on Wednesday, October 2nd.



 Alice Glenn, Cathy McRae, Alexis Tucker and Sandra Cahill celebrate at the Little Gem Saloon with the United Way of Southeast Louisiana’s Women’s Leadership Council as the organization presented checks to the Foundation for the LSU Health and Science Center, the Cancer Association of Greater New Orleans and more.



Gayle and Tom Benson at the Saenger Theatre’s “Grand Opening Gala” on Thursday, October 3. The gala featured entertainment, cocktails and a seated dinner on the newly renovated stage.



Leah Chase and Mayor Mitch Landrieu at the Saenger Theatre’s “Grand Opening Gala,” presented by the City of New Orleans, Canal Street Development Corporation, ACE Theatrical Group and Friends of the Saenger and New Orleans Theatre, Inc.



Marisa Khan, Julie Schwartz and Carole Neff at the New Orleans Chapter of Hadassah’s “Bra-Veaux: An Uplifting Event,” held to increase breast cancer awareness on Saturday, October 12.



Jill Maumus, Erica Beck, Crescent City Auction Gallery’s Adam Lambert, Rachael Kansas and Lisa Lee at “Bra-Veaux: An Uplifting Event” featured a live auction of artwork from 40 professional artists and a silent auction of 30 art bras created by amateur artists.



Madlyn Bagneris, the honorable Susan Guidry, Dr. Michael White, Allison Pena and Mark Samuels mingle at the Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong Summer Jazz Camp “20th Anniversary Kick-Off and Scholarship Campaign” at the Bagneris home on Sunday, October 12.



Multiple Grammy Award-winner and 1997 Armstrong Jazz Camp artist-in-residence Wynton Marsalis poses with students of the Louis Armstrong Jazz Academy on Sunday, October 12.



The American Cancer Society held its annual “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K” on October 19 at the New Orleans Lakefront.
One of more than 300 events being held nationally this year, the walk had more than 6,000 participants and 200 teams.



Individuals who devoted their day on October 19 to walking to raise money and awareness for breast cancer, and to honor those who have fought and won, as well as those who lost, their battle with breast cancer at The American Cancer Society’s annual “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K”.


 

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