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July 2017

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In This Issue

Taylor Lyon

Owner/Curator, Graphite Gallery

Regatta Racing to the Cure

A nautical-themed benefit supported the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Compassionate Care

For the sixth year, DCFNO’s gala supported its mission of healthcare for all.

Aloha!

Hogs for the Cause welcomed guests to a luau at the lakefront.

In The Picture - Emilie Rhys

Owner/Artist, Scene by Rhys Art Gallery

Botanical Beauty

The New Orleans Botanical Garden held its inaugural “RESPONSE.”

Fête for Foodies

John Besh Foundation fundraiser provided scholarships and microloans.

Staycation

Top Tartare

Effervescence’s chefs Brenna Sanders & Evan Ingram share their Steakhouse Style Gulf Tuna Tartare with Sunchoke Chips

Julia in July

Eight stops along the street

Gifts from the Heart

Legacy Donor Foundation highlighted the importance of organ donor registration.

Fostering Families

More than 250 attended ACCESS’ annual brunch.

SOUL

Combatting deforestation one neighborhood at a time

Elden Patrick Newburger

Brother Martin High School

Passion At Play

Three collectors share their stories

Tom Neyhart

CEO, PosiGen

Morgan's Note

Literati

An age-appropriate book club to your door

On the Cover

Children’s Champions

Raintree Children & Family Services raised funds for at-risk foster children and children and disabilities.

Bev's Note

Season of Superlatives

Two places to try

Harriet Nash Hurley Weds Howard Alexander Nelson Jr.

June 13, 1958

Summer Style

Flashback to the Fair

Children explored the globe for a day at the Louisiana Children’s Museum.

A Spirited “Rendezvous”

The New Orleans Elks Lodge paid the debt on City Park in 1919

Summer Self-Pampering

Considerations for looking & feeling your best

Simmons – Claiborne

With this Ring

Dr. Donna Tesi

Owner, Beauty Deep MedSpa

Snapshots

July 2017

In The Picture - Tom Mathis

Co-owner of Symmetry Jewelers

Gallery Insider

Performing Arts Calendar

July

Birthday Bounce

The PRC commemorated four decades of “Julia Jump.”