October 10, 2006 - National Jewish Annual Board Meeting Cocktail Party
What: National Jewish
Where: Home of Dr. Michael Salem
When: Tuesday, October 10, 2006
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Catering: Whirled Peas
Menu: Passed appetizers of bison sliders, smoked duck quesadillas, smoked salmon pizzeta, pumpkin bisque. An amazing dinner buffet of oyster, shrimp, crab claws, roasted chicken, fried soba noodles, steak and french fries served in paper cones
Board of Directors: Sue Allon, Stephen Arent, Rich Baer, Jim Berenbaum, Paulette Brody, Norm Brownstein, Robin Chotin, Joe Davis, Bruce Deiflk, David Ehrlich, Lawrence Fain, Joel Farkas, Michael Feiner, Barbara Gallagher, Tom Gart, Larry Gelfond, Roger Gibson, Bill Gold, Will Gold III, Barry Hirschfeld, Cliff Holtz, Phil Karsh, Steve Kaufmann, Mariner Kemper, Mark King, Jim Kuhn, Blanca Lerman, Robert Mettler, Ronald E. Montoya, Marvin Moskowitz, Leonard Perlmutter, Eddie Robinson, Meyer Saltzman, Rich Schierburg, Michael Schonbrun, Carole Schwartz, Martin Semple, Don Silversmith, Joe Silversmith, Marc Steron, Susan Sturm, Burt Tansky, Debra Tuchman, Dick Tucker, Daniel Yohannes, Evan Zucker
Blacktie Photos by: Shawna Robbins
Incoming Chair of the Board Steve Arent, left, Dr. Michael Salem, David Engleberg. Dr. Salem hosted the evening's party
Dr. Michael Salem was gracious to open his beautiful home to the National Jewish trustees for their pre-meeting cocktail party. Dr. Salem's home is an historic 100-year-old house on Cheesman Park.
This was a real opportunity for attendees to get a taste of old architecture and excellent food. Whirled Peas Catering stopped at nothing to display their finest in treats. From the passed mini bison sliders to the giant platter of oysters, there was a real treat for everyone's taste buds.
This is the one time during the year when all of the National Jewish Board Members and Trustees have the opportunity to come together to meet each other. There wasn't a shortage of conversation during the evening, and everyone was excited for the Annual Board meeting which took place at National Jewish on the next day.
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