Philanthropic Fun: Moving Away from MS
The National MS Society honored The Hulin Family as the “Family On The Move” in recognition of their support.
Honorary Chair Carolyn Lorio and Luncheon Chair Allison Gouaux with President, South Central National MS Society Linda Bates
The Roosevelt Hotel Waldorf Astoria Ballroom provided an elegant setting for the “On the Move Luncheon,” which leverages support for the National MS Society. The fundraiser supports the organization’s mission to empower communities with the knowledge, inspiration and relentless resolve to end Multiple Sclerosis. The 2018 luncheon raised over $82,000.
Allison Gouaux served as the Luncheon Chair, and Carolyn Lorio was Honorary Chair. The Hulin Family was given the distinction of Family On the Move. Dan and Jennifer Digmann served as the keynote speakers.
The Quint Adkins Trio entertained as guests dined on a meal including chicken breast and mushroom sauce, wild rice pilaf and green beans, strawberry mousse, lemon curd and pistachio sponge. Centerpieces and orange roses were provided by Giverny Design.
More than 250 patrons attended the event.
Event at a Glance
What: “On the Move Luncheon,” benefiting National Multiple Sclerosis Society Louisiana Chapter
When: Tuesday, May 8
Where: The Roosevelt Hotel
Vanda Lattie, Honoree Erin Hall, Natalie Hall (in arms) and Debbie Montreuil
Louisiana Community Council Member Lindsay Levine, Regional Board Member Mark Preston and Leadership Council Member Kelly Kropog