Warmer weather means fewer clothes. No longer can one hide behind the bulky coats of winter, especially in the sticky New Orleans heat. As you’re preparing for summer vacations to near or exotic beaches, or simply staying put to explore the streets of your favorite city, now’s the time for a little pick-me-up. There are […]
Academy of the Sacred Heart Summer Camp4521 St. Charles Ave.New Orleans504email@example.com Come spend your summer at the Academy of the Sacred Heart Summer Camp. ASH Summer Camp allows each camper the opportunity to explore, create, and have fun in a nurturing environment. Three programs are available: Cardinal Day Camp, Theater Camp and Creative Hearts Camp. Alliance […]
Kristen Elizabeth Hasseltine first met Joseph Peter Klapatch at his graduation party when her brother, Donnie, and Joe graduated from Virginia Military Institute in 1997. The two were friends for several years, but lived in different areas of the country. Later, when Kristen was living in northern Virginia with her brother, Joe paid them a […]
Each year the Whitney Zoo-To-Do and the Zoo-To-Do for Kids presented by Humana are not-to-be-missed events featuring many of the best in food, auctions and entertainment. This year’s Zoo-To-Do for Kids presented by Humana will take place Friday, April 29. Join chairwoman Anne Villere at the Sponsor and Patron Party, starting at 5 p.m., with […]
Mardi Gras is over but the memories linger on: From the gold bean at Twelfth Night to the waning hours of Carnival night, when royalty retreated to the Queens’ Supper of Comus and Rex, it was a wonderful time. People sang, danced, costumed, kissed, courted and curtsied with grace and abandon. Here are just a […]
Start picking out that fabulous dress for the Whitney Zoo-to-Do on May 6, which will benefit the new Twilight Adventure at Audubon Zoo. Thanks to Caroline Milling from the Whitney, Whitney Zoo-to-Do Chairwoman Mary Johnson, Humana Zoo-to-Do for Kids Chairwoman Anne Villere, Graham Ralston and Clifton LeBlanc of Lexus for posing for our cover in […]
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A warm setup of ivory linens topped with rose centerpieces at the Windsor Court Hotel greeted 50 major donors to the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans’ Annual Campaign on January 27. The first-ever Goldring-Woldenberg Major Donor Dinner fêted those who donated at least $10,000 to the annual campaign.
The black tie event featured passed hors d’oeuvres and an open bar with wine provided by Republic National Distributing Company. Guests dined on a Bibb lettuce salad, grouper with Parmesan risotto and a dessert trio. They enjoyed music provided by Leah Chase with the Michael Pellera Trio. Event co-chairs Carole and Morton Katz made the dinner a grand success.
Cathy and Morris Bart served as the co-chairs of the annual campaign, which supports the building of an active Jewish community in Greater New Orleans, in Israel and in 59 other countries. The campaign raises funds for family life, children’s Jewish education, care for the elderly and more. Thirty percent of funds are allocated overseas, while the rest stays local.