March 20, 2010 - National Jewish Health Presents Midnight in the Garden
What: 2010 Beaux Arts Ball
Where: Grand Hyatt Denver
When: Saturday, March 20, 2010
Time: 6 p.m.
Ticket Prices: $1,500 per couple
Beneficiary: National Jewish Health
Master of Ceremonies: Scott Bemis, Denver Business Journal
Grand Marshal(s): Christie and Walter Isenberg, Susan and Lee McIntire, and Debra and Ken Tuchman
Committee Members: Stephen Arent, Anne and Rich Baer, John Bolger, Michelle Buquet and Staunton Golding, Robin Chotin, Geraldine Cohen, Michael Faughnan, Debbie and Michael Feiner, Suzanne and David Frishman, Barb Gallagher, Kelly and KC Gallagher, Margie and Tom Gart, Barbara and Jerry Glauser, Bei Lee and Bill Gold, Arlene and Barry Hirschfeld, Dorothy Holder and Tom Kowalski, Marty and Bill Hornaday, Steven Kaufmann, Elizabeth and Steven Kris, Evi and Evan Makovsky, Bonnie and David Mandarich, Anuschka and Zach Pashel, Karen and Marc Peperzak, Essie and Jordon Perlmutter, Patti Robinson Levin and Bradley Levin, Susan and Eddie Robinson, Sheila and Hassan Salem, Linda and Richard Schierburg, Susan and Michael Schonbrun, Carole and Jeffrey Schwartz, Debbie and Don Silversmith, Brenda and Brad Thomann, and Meghan and Evan Zucker
Entertainment: Eturnity along with a national dance troupe
Sponsors: PRESENTING SPONSORS: Morgridge Family Foundation and TeleTech; CONTRIBUTING SPONSOR: CH2M HILL; PLATINUM SPONSORS: The Blackstone Group and Joyce Zeff; GOLD SPONSORS: James E. Barlett, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, Diane & Charles Gallagher and Family, The Gart Companies, LenderLive Network, Inc., Lipper Family Charitable Foundation, MBH Enterprises, MDC/Richmond American Homes Foundation, Neena and Shrik Mehta/Combine International, Qwest, Sage Hospitality; SILVER SPONSORS: Aon Corporation, Stephen W. Arent, Linda and Richard Schierburg, Berenbaum Weinshienk PC, Black Creek Capital, Meghan and Evan Zucker, The Chotin Foundation, Robin and Steven Chotin, Elizabeth and Steve Kris, Cooley Godward Kronish LLP, Christina and Peter Gold, Sheri and William Gold, III, Greiner Electric, Kaiser Permanente Colorado, Kirkland & Ellis LLP, Kowalski Family Foundation, Tom Kowalski and Dorothy Holder, KPMG, KRG Capital Partners, Susan and Lee McIntire, Morgan Stanley, Morrison & Foerster LLP, Steven M. Kaufmann, Netlink, O’Melveny & Myers LLP, Perkins Coie, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Ralph and Barbara Cox, Blair & Kristin Richardson Foundation, Robinson Dairy, Inc., Susan and Eddie Robinson, Jonathan Schiller, Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP, Carole and Jeffrey Schwartz, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP, Starz Entertainment, UMB Bank Colorado, US Bank, The Weitz Company; BRONZE SPONSORS: 68West, Inc., A. J. Zabbia, Sue and Harvey Allon, Baker & Hostetler LLP, Balfour Senior Living, Susan Juroe and Michael Schonbrun, Bank of The West, Elise and Brian Barish, BKD CPAs & Advisors, Brad & Lisa Busse, Mile High United Way, CBS4, The Children’s Hospital, Chubb Group of Insurance Companies, CIGNA, Vision Service Plan, Aetna, Citi Group, CoBiz Financial, Gerri Cohen, Colorado State Bank and Trust, Community Banks of Colorado, COPIC, Credit Suisse, Davis Partnership Architects, Structural Consultants Inc., Cator, Ruma & Associates, CO., DELL & Microsoft Corporations, Delta Dental of Colorado, Denver Broncos, Lindsey and Stanton Dodge, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, E Light Electric Services, Inc., Ernst & Young LLP, The Feiner Family Foundation, Debbie and Michael Feiner, First Western Trust Bank, Gary-Williams Company, GE Johnson Construction Company, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, Bei Lee and Bill Gold, Nancy Alterman Harrison, HealthONE, Herman Miller Inc., Arlene and Barry Hirschfeld, Hirtle, Callaghan & Co., Hogan & Hartson LLP, HP, Jeppesen, Dr. Robb Kahn, Laura Gillespie, Lhevine and Paul Lhevine, Little Pub Company, Murray Motor Imports, Anuschka & Zach Pashel, Mary & Nate Ford, Faegre & Benson, PCL Construction Enterprises, Inc., Essie and Jordan Perlmutter, Reed Smith, LLC, Rocky Mountain Medical Search, Shames-Makovsky Realty Co., Evan and Evi Makovsky, Sprint, David S. Stone, Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg, LLP, TIAA-CREF, Towers Watson, University of Denver, University Physician Incorporated, Xcel Energy; DIAMOND SPONSORS: AT&T, Babcock Services, Inc., Jim and Wendy Berenbaum, Ron and Martha Berge, Sharon Magness Blake and Ernie Blake, Pete and Marilyn Coors, Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Patrice and Roger Gibson, Martin and Marie Herzog, Kleinman, Guerra and Company, P.C., Kuni Lexus of Littleton, Kuni Lexus of Colorado Springs, David and Michelle Livingston, Kalleen and Bob Malone, Morse Family Foundation, Murphy Company Mechanical Contractors, Susan and Howard Noble, Verna and Bill Pauls, Ross PrintMarketing, Meyer Saltzman and Geri Bader Saltzman
Menu: Butter lettuce salad with tomato trio, shaved reggiano, candied black walnuts, corn bread croutons, and peach vinaigrette dressings; molasses and whiskey marinated short ribs, paired with sugar cane shrimp skewer, tomato jam sweet corn spoon bread and green beans with okra, butter beans and black-eyed peas; angel food and sherry laced custard cake with berry sauce
Attire: Black tie
Blacktie Photos by: Danielle Corriveau and Pam Cress
Diane and Charlie Gallagher on stage to receive National Jewish Health's 2010 President's Award
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Denver is home to the number one respiratory hospital in the country, National Jewish Health. That may not resonate for those who take their breathing for granted, equivalent to blinking an eye. But for those who fight for air, National Jewish Health is a blessing, a beacon and a lifeline to preeminent research, life-saving answers, and compassionate care. In celebration and support of this outstanding institution, more than 1,100 guests attended the 2010 Beaux Arts Ball, which raised $2.2 million to benefit National Jewish Health.
Romantic foliage, ornamental gazebos and gorgeous rising-green centerpieces gave life to this year’s theme “Midnight in the Garden.” The imagery didn’t end there, though, as women lined up to have blooming flowers or nature scenes delicately painted on their shoulders, arms or backs. The added artwork was the perfect accessory to the glamorous gowns showcased at the event.