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Lenox Hill Rocks Tiffany’s and the 21 Club

Monday, November 8, 2010
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Lenox Hill Neighborhood House’s Associates Committee held its annual fall benefit and the evening kicked off at Tiffany’s with cocktails (Champagne at Tiffany’s is much more than Breakfast at Tiffany’s, no?) on the newly designed 4th floor.  A drawing of the high-end ticket buyers names from silver bowls – drumrolls – resulted in two lucky ladies winning beautiful Tiffany bags.  


The 265 Associates moved on to the 21 Club for dinner and dancing. D.J. Jarrell‘s masterful spinning kept the black tie crowd — including Ian and Mary Snow, Mark Gilbertson, Vicky Ward, Chris Spitzmiller, Doug Steinbrech, Richard Lamberston and John Truex and friends — dancing until past midnight.




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