Rania Khodr, Country Day Headmaster Matt Neely and Kim Abramson attended Country Day’s “City Nights” annual fundraiser in March. This year’s theme was “Hollywood Nights” and the event benefited the school’s Parents’ Association.
John and Kathleen Kazour shared a smile with Sara and Ryan Gootee at Country Day’s “Hollywood Nights” fundraiser. The Patron Party was held at Raina and Hicham Khodr’s home, which was catered by Emeril Lagasse’s NOLA Restaurant, and the main event was held at the school after.
Yvonne Hrapmann Sr. Renee Kittelson and Jack Truxillo are pictured at Cabrini High School’s 2018 “Night of Green and Gold” in March. About 200 guests attended the event, which featured gourmet food and drinks, a live and silent auction, raffles and live music by Band Camp.
Mamie Gasperecz, Jennifer Nugent and Kirk Gasperecz (standing) pose with Errol and Peggy Scott Laborde (seated) at the “Night of Green and Gold.” Proceeds from the event benefit the students of Cabrini High School.
Charlotte and Jay Bourgeois with St. Mary’s Dominican High School President Dr. Cynthia A. Thomas at this year’s “Walking to Walmsley Gala.” Guests were treated to live entertainment by the Dominican Jazz Band and the Benchwarmers, as well as delicious food and multiple raffles and auctions.
Dominican Sisters of Peace Sr. Joan Arceneaux O.P., Sr. Janice Bachman O.P., Sr. Dot Trosclair,O.P., Sr. M. Dominic Savio Estorge and Sr. Angeline Magro. O.P. attend the annual “Walking to Walmsley Gala and Auction.” The evening’s prizes included a tuition raffle, a 50/50 drawing, grab bags, VIP tickets to Better Than Ezra concert, portrait sessions and more.
Joan and Dr. Gerald Berenson attend the Jewish Community Day School’s annual gala as honored guests. The 2017 gala, “Enchanted Evening,” was held in November at the Jewish Community Center Campus in Metairie.
Susan Green, with daughter and son-in-law, Erika and Emory Nolan and Howard Green at the Jewish Community Day School’s “Enchanted Evening” gala. Guests were treated to a sit-down dinner and auction-style bidding pledge, which resulted in a record-breaking night of fundraising.
Christine Vinson at the Junior League of New Orleans sixth annual “Touch a Truck” event in November at the Pontchartrain Center. This year’s event included the first ever Field Trip Friday, which allowed 700 elementary school children to attend the event for free.
The 2017 “Touch A Truck” committee attended the annual event, which invited families to the interact with large vehicles ranging from construction equipment to first responders and learn about what they do to help the community.
Newman parent Jason Goodenough, Executive Chef and owner of Carrollton Market restaurant, pictured here with Machelle Payne and Fred Hill, catered Isidore Newman Parents Association’s “Lost N Shangri-La” held on Newman’s campus on Friday, April 20. Over 350 guests dined on Goodenough’s cuisine and desserts provided by Gracious Bakery. Urban Roots provided plants for the event backdrops, and as is tradition, many Newman parents’ own gardens provided greenery. Photo by Tracie Morris Schaefer
Melissa Rufty and Jodi Aamodt attended Newman’s “Lost N Shangri-La,” which included not only entertainment by DJ Q, but also by Carl Mack Productions, which helped the décor and plants come to life – literally, as stilt walkers camouflaged in tall palms and greenery moved around the party – as well as a small auction. Photo by Tracie Morris Schaefer