John Firmin, John Larrouquette, Erin Beech and Buzzy Gaiennie
Dennis O’Hara, Jeri Wheeler and Ronnie Virgits
Wayne Olivia, Darlene Wapegan, Arlene Rome, Madelyn Truxillo and Brian McDonald
Mike and Lynn Morris
Tiffany Truxillo and Else Pedersen-Wasson
Barbara Gaiennie, Bill Nelson and Anna Alford Nelson
The Bridge House celebrated its 50th Anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 24 with a dinner at the Audubon Tea Room.
Actor John Larroquette was on hand to deliver the evening’s keynote speech. The New Orleans native starred in the popular sitcom Night Court (which premiered in 1984) and currently stars in Boston Legal. Ronnie Virgits served as Master of Ceremonies.
After dinner partygoers enjoyed the music of “Crooner” Mike Morris. The evening also featured a silent auction of items including gift certificates, hotel stays and artwork, and a raffle for a 1939 Plymouth Street Rod.
Proceeds from the evening went to Bridge House, which opened in 1957 to serve as a treatment center for substance abuse.