Paula Wallace, president and founder of the Savanah College of Art and Design, and Alexa Pulitzer celebrated the release of Wallace’s newest book and SCAD’s 40th anniversary at Pulitzer’s home in April.
Winnie and Mark Brown shared a dance to the music of the Storyville Stompers at the Orleans Club’s closing reception in May.
Kay McArdle, Orleans Club President Marilyn Aiken and President-Elect Brenda Moffitt celebrated the end of the 2018 season at the Orleans Club’s closing reception in May.
Constance Cowart, Jean Rice and Anita Brite (seated) attended the “Leading Ladies Luncheon” with Janie Kahn and Barbara Ballard (standing) to raise money for the Jefferson Performing Arts Society at the Metairie Country Club in May.
New Orleans Women & Children’s Shelter (NOWCS) Founders Jackie and Dan Silverman are pictured at the organization’s “There’s No Place Like Home Gala.” The first ever Jackie and Dan Silverman Homeless Champion Award was presented at the shelter’s 10th anniversary celebration, which was hosted at the Audubon Golf Clubhouse in May.
Dawn Bradley-Fletcher posed with Debbie and Chaffer Rees at NOWCS’ 10th anniversary gala, where Debbie Rees was presented with the inaugural Jackie and Dan Silverman Homeless Champion Award.
Amy Dye and Cole Newton attended NOWCS’ “There’s No Place Like Home Gala.” The event featured live music by Caren Green & Friends, New Orleans cuisine and a silent auction and benefited the work NOWCS does to break the cycle of homelessness.
National Kidney Foundation of Louisiana Board President Dr. Shaminder Gupta with his family Nomita Joshi-Gupta, Yash Gupta and Simran Gupta at the “Big Easy Brunch,” held at the Sheraton New Orleans’ Armstrong Ballroom in June. Over 120 guests attended the event, which benefitted efforts to encourage organ donation and support the NKFL’s programs.
Vicki Cardon, Catherine Tremain and Terry Cambise attended the “Big Easy Brunch” to benefit the National Kidney Foundation of Louisiana in June. The event featured music by the Alex Owen Trio, a silent and live auction and bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys.
Louisiana State Representative Austin Badon is pictured with Jaqueline Harris, Alexander Kelso, Dr. Dennis Dillon, Anne Doussan, Barbara Waiters and Alvin Johnson at Boys Town “Bowl-a-Palooza” in June. The event was held at Rock ‘N’ Bowl to benefit Boys Town, a charitable organization dedicated to helping save children and heal families.
Brandi Nye and Kevin McCathen are pictured at “Bowl-A-Palooza,” a fundraiser to benefit Boys Town. The family-friendly event and team-building endeavor pitted local companies against each other, competing for bragging rights as the Boys Town King Pin.
Emily Licata, Haley Messina and Beata Desselle were all honored with the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting. Each recipient organized and executed a community service project. Licata created over 100 activity and craft packets for Ochsner Health Center for Children patients to enjoy while staying in the hospital; Messina educated residents at St. Francis Villa Assisted Living about healthy eating and exercising; and Desselle founded the Big Sibling Safety project to create awareness about the dangers of teen drinking and drug use, and taught responsible social media use.