More than 400 people attended the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Alliance Real Estate brand conversion kickoff celebration at Ballpark Village. Guests enjoyed a lunch keynoted by KMOX sports director Tom Ackerman before attending the Cardinals game. Pictured: Earl Lee, Kevin Goffstein, Sunshine Kid Noah, Bob Bax and Andrea Lawrence
Friends of City Academy celebrated the school’s 15th anniversary and 10th graduating class with a Birthday Bash, enjoying food, drinks and dancing to MoTown Review. Pictured: Nikki Doughty, Steffani Lautenschlager and Don Danforth.
As part of its Spring Fling Baby Giving Project, St. Louis Community College-Forest Park’s Stitch-n-Chat group knit and crocheted small hats, soft toys and blankets for newborns and premature babies. The items made by the group, which meets Tuesdays during lunch, were donated to St. Mary’s Hospital and Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center.
Winning bidders Greg Keller and Jill Duncan enjoyed a private chefs’ dinner with 12 guests at EarthDance Organic Farm School in Ferguson. Keller and Duncan won the feast at the nonprofit’s annual Farmers Formal. The guests enjoyed a six-course meal using the farm’s fresh food, prepared by Patrick Connolly of Basso, Gerard Craft of Niche, and Kevin Nashan of Sidney Street Cafe, as well as a tour of the farm from founding director Molly Rockamann.
The night was sweet at the Cookie Jar Gala, benefitting the children and families of Our Little Haven. More than 350 guests enjoyed dinner, music and auctions, as well as visits from three Our Little Haven alums, who thanked supporters for their generosity and willingness to help fill their cookie jars with love. Ron and Carmen Cameron, pictured, hosted the event.