Event Snapshots: 2nd Annual “Go All-in” Chrysalis Poker Night

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    Drink cart sponsored by Diageo. 

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    Ryan Sommers and friend. 

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    Heidi Keller got into the evening’s vintage travel theme. 

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    Caroline and Bob MacDonald, Karen Murphy O’Brien and Brett O’Brien. 

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    Ashley Felts and Michelle Sinness. 

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    Annie Rice and Renee Solomon. 

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    Executives from title sponsor Ernst & Young. 

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    Renee Solomon, Sherry Ollins and Celine Bundy-Khan. 

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    Step and repeat. 

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    Cocktails are served. 

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    Neon entrance. 

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    Katie Lichtig, Santa Monica’s assistant city manager/COO with Mark Loranger, Chrysalis president and CEO. 

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    Catering by The Kichen for Exploring Foods. 

There have been festivities galore in Los Angeles. At the 2nd Annual “Go All-in” Chrysalis Poker Night, held at the Museum of Flying in Santa Monica, nearly $100,000 was raised for the nonprofit that’s dedicated to helping the homeless and low-income men and women find steady employment. The theme of the evening was “The 1960s Golden Age of Travel.” 

Guests came together for two important reasons at Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort & Conference Center last October: to celebrate the 55th anniversary of the 007 James Bond franchise and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The first annual “En Noir: A Casino Royale Masquerade” event was designed to benefit Imerman Angels, a one-onone cancer support community that pairs a cancer fighter, survivor or caregiver with someone who has fought and survived the same type of cancer.

 

San Francisco’s iconic waterfront district received a pedestrian-friendly face-lift. 

 

Plant-based, dairy-free options are becoming menu essentials.