Social Butterfly – Jan/Feb 2010

Dieci Lifestyle Spa presented Scratch the Surface to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure.



Event chairs Kathy Hubert-McKenna, Deborah Q. Belfatto, and Debra Alonzi.


a NEDA quilt made at the first annual Northern NJ NEDA Walk held last spring in Millburn. The quilt will be sent around the country to various walks during which more pieces will be added.


Honored guest and WABC-TV news anchor Diana Williams;

 


A Day at the Far Hills Races

Even rainy skies and a muddy track didn’t dampen the spirit of spectators.

Despite mucky conditions, the 89th annual Far Hills Steeplechase attracted 35,000 spectators. Over the years, the event has raised $17 million for the Somerset Medical Center.


Yanina accepts her award from JWI, which fights domestic abuse and ­promotes healthy ­relationships for women.


Library treasurer Julie Wallace, community supporter Terry Robinson, and library director Pat Charney enjoy hors d’ oeuvres and champagne along with 150 other local women.


Deborah Stryker, president of the Friends of the Mendham Borough Library, is flanked by Looks for Books event hostess Alex Zawadiwsky, left, and fashion show commentator Amy Durling.


Looks for Books

Local women came out in full force to support a festive fashion show and boutique to benefit the Mendham Borough Library. The event raised upward of $7,000 for new books and materials.


Braving the elements were Park Place art director Sharon Cowen-Cain, Park Place style editor Susan Brierly, Jaimie Morais of Open Road, and Park Place account executive Diana Stroup


W. Rodman Ryan, CEO of Open Road, congratulates Todd Gronsky, winner of the 2009 BMW 328i;

 


A Woman to Watch

Yanina, owner of Cedar Grove’s Yanina & Co. ­jewelers, was honored as a Women to Watch at the 2009 Jewish Women International awards program­.


Patti Tegenborg of the Far Hills Race Meeting Association, Dianne Ryan of primary event sponsor Open Road Auto Group, and Thomas N. Kasper, president of the Somerset Hills Handicapped Riding Center


Lunch for a Cause

Proceeds from this educational luncheon and book signing benefit the National Eating Disorders Association, a nonprofit supporting individuals and families affected by the disorder.


Jean Criss of Susan G. Komen and Marie Gaglioti, co-owner of Dieci Lifestyle Spa, welcome guests as they enter the fashion show.


Dana Cole and Linda Scrivo of Dana and Linda’s Closet in Fairfield


92.3 Now representatives Myk Saavedra, Ibro Bawa, and Brooke Daniels;


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