Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Help & Hope

Cocktails in the Great Hall of the Metropolitan Club for the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art's 2017 Stanford White Awards.
The Young New Yorkers for the Philharmonic Winter Benefit took place on Wednesday, November 29, 2017 at a private club. Sarah Jane Gibbons, Chairman of the Young New Yorkers, welcomed guests who enjoyed a chamber music performance by the New York Philharmonic's Associate Principal Viola Rebecca Young and bassist David Grossman, followed by dinner and dancing.

The Benefit Committee Chairmen included Sarah Jane and Trevor Gibbons, Justin R. Kush, Stefan Nowicki, and Spencer L. Reames. Among the 140 guests were Leona Clague and Yonatan Arbel, Talene and Eric Baroyan, Courtney Hope Benenson, Whitney Krahn, Marc A. Lewinstein, Jessica Elizabeth McShane, Katie and Michael Newman, Barbara and Peter Regna, and Sean Viscount.
New York Philharmonic Musicians Rebecca Young and David Grossman
The Young New Yorkers for the Philharmonic Winter Benefit was made possible with generous support from Mrs. Barbara Cates, Diane and Britt Newhouse, and an anonymous donor. Proceeds from the Winter Benefit support the Philharmonic's educational programs serving audiences of all ages — locally, nationally, and internationally.
Eliza McKendree, Jordan Rundell, Alyssa Poirrier, Charles Russell, YNY Committee Member Jessica McShane, and Maximilian Sinsteden
Janie Kruse Garnett, YNY Chairman Justin Kush, and Isobel Oliphant
Sophia and Jim Mullen YNY Vice Chairman Barbara Regna
YNY Chairman Spencer Reames, Naoko Reames, Mario Bruschi, Bhaviksha Ranchod, Jay Sawczak, and Jennifer LeClair
YNY Chairman Stefan Nowicki, Angus Birchall, and Chris Daniels
YNY Chairman Trevor Gibbons, NYP Musician Rebecca Young, YNY Chairman Sarah Jane Gibbons, and NYP Musician David Grossman
YNY Committee Member Katie Newman, Isabelle Gold, Hannah Pardue, and Shari Verschell
YNY Committee Member Whitney Krahn, Sara Perry, and Lyndsey Arnold
YNY Vice Chairmen Eric and Talene Baroyan
Cancer Alliance of Help & Hope's 2018 Shop the Day Away Luncheon Committee Kickoff Luncheon took place on November 16th at Sant Ambroeus, Palm Beach.
 
The luncheon welcomed back Chairwomen Melissa Parker and Patty Myura, both of whom were instrumental in the success of last year's event, which raised $600,000 for local cancer patients. The Chairwomen are supported this year by the Cancer Alliance of Help & Hope's (CAHH) Chairwomen's Leadership Group, a distinguished group of accomplished women who have joined forces to support local Palm Beach County cancer patients in their time of need, and have contributed greatly to the success of CAHH's mission.
Those recognized for their dedication at the kick-off luncheon included: Chairwomen: Melissa Parker and Patty Myura, Grand Benefactor Chair Gloria H. Herman; Honorary Chairs Judi Richards and Barbara Zand; International Chair Janet Cafaro; Vice Chairs Ansley DiLeo, Virginia Sheerin Gildea, Jacqui Michel, Terri Schottenstein and Cindy Sites; Auction Chair Blanche Napoleon-McCoun; Junior Chairs Abby Beebe, Lindsay Connor and Nicole Dicocco; Ambassador Chair Herme de Wyman Miro; and Ambassadors Ann Bloys, Elizabeth Bowden, Shelia Buchbinder, Chris Cox, Rebecca Doane, Arlette Gordon, Adriana Luchechko, Linda Mennen, Shelly O'Neill and Kitty Silverstein.
   
The 2018 Shop the Day Away Luncheon™ will take place on Wednesday February 21st, 2018 and transform The Breakers' ballroom into Palm Beach's largest and most exciting silent auction, featuring more than 700 new luxury designer items donated by the world's finest luxury and designer brands, including an amazing selection of new handbags, accessories, jewelry, evening, home, cashmere, beauty, shoes, men's, furry friends, baby items, experiences, and a lot more "must-have surprises", all curated for the Palm Beach luxury lifestyle.
Patty Myura and Melissa Parker Chris Cox and Gloria Herman
The luncheon will welcome keynote speaker Jenna Bush Hager, NBC Today Show correspondent, bestselling author, and daughter and granddaughter of two Presidents of the United States. A fresh voice with a positive message, Jenna is a humanitarian and chair of UNICEF'S Next Generation as well as an editor-at-large for Southern Living Magazine. She shows how lives can be changed when provided with compassion, community support and opportunity.

All proceeds raised from the 2018 Shop The Day Away Luncheon will benefit local children, women and men cancer patients who reside in Palm Beach county during their cancer treatment period. Cancer Alliance of Help and Hope eases the burden for qualified children, women and men cancer patients with emergency circumstances by helping to support them financially during their cancer treatment period, and providing information, guidance and resources to those in need. Due to the high cost of cancer treatment and the severity of the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation, many cancer patients suffer financial setbacks, and depend on Cancer Alliance for support during their most difficult times to ease their burden.
Virginia Gildea, Linda Priscilla, Dale Connor, Melissa Parker, Lora Atkinson, and Reina Sinni
Notable guests in attendance of the Committee Kickoff Luncheon included: Ann Britt Angle, Carole Martin, Cynthia Martin, Dale Conner, Donna Mulholland, Elaine Madonna, Elizabeth DeBrule, Linda Priscilla, Lora Atkinson, Mary Alice Pappas, Nadine Fite, Reina Sinni, Scott Diament, Alexandre Assouline and Silvia Aspis.

For more information on this event, or to secure tickets for the 2018 Shop the Day Away Luncheon™, contact Stanton Collemer at (561) 748-7227 or visit cahh.org.
Ann Bloys and Linda Mennen Arlette Gordon and Herme de Wyman Miro
Herme de Wyman and Luciana Vittorio
Jacqui Michel and Barbara Zand Judi Richards and Patty Myura
Sheila Buchbinder and Judi Richards
Adriana Luchenko and Abigail Beebe Cindy Sites and Melissa Parker
Cynthia Martin and Carole Martin
Virginia Gildea and Ansley Dileo Donna Mulholland and Dale Connor
Lindsay Siegel and Nicole Dicocco Lori Berg and Alex Assouline
Suzi Goldsmith and Gail Worth
Scott Diamant and Mary Bryant McCourt Michael Atchinson and Blanche Napoleon
On Wednesday, December 6th 2017, the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) celebrated the winners of the 2017 Stanford White Awards at the Metropolitan Club in New York City. The awards recognize achievement in individual projects in architecture, interiors, landscape, urbanism, and building craftsmanship & artisanship throughout New York, New Jersey, and Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Cocktails in the Great Hall of the Metropolitan Club
Stanford White Awards Co-chair, Clay Hayles, and ICAA New York Committee Chair, Adrian Taylor, delivered welcoming remarks to the more than 330 guests in attendance at the sold-out event. ICAA President Peter Lyden introduced Tom Savage – Director of Museum Affairs at the historic Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library – who served as emcee for the awards ceremony.

Winners included Fairfax & Sammons Architects, G. P. Schafer Architect, Historical Concepts, John B. Murray Architect, Di Biase Filkoff Architects, Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Eric J. Smith Architect, MNA, Sawyer | Berson, Hollander Design Landscape Architects, Walter B. Melvin Architects, Abigail Tulis, COVAX Design, and Elaine Rose.
Di Biase Filkoff Architects, "Pool House for a Hudson Valley Estate"

2017 Stanford White Award: Residential Architecture – Ancillary Structures (Image Credit: Durston Saylor)
Robert A.M. Stern Architects, "Benjamin Franklin College and Pauli Murray College, Yale University"

2017 Stanford White Award: Commercial, Civic, & Institutional Architecture (Image Credit: Peter Aaron: OTTO)
Historical Concepts, "A New Life for an Old Farmhouse"
2017 Stanford White Award: Residential Architecture – Renovations & Additions (Image Credit: Eric Piasecki)
Russell Windham, Chairman of the ICAA Board of Directors, was in attendance, in addition to ICAA Board members Gary L. Brewer, Andrew Cogar, Barbara Eberlein, Mark Ferguson, John Flower, Steven R. Gambrel, Kirk Henckels, Anne Kriken Mann, Michael Mesko, Mark Pledger, and Suzanne R. Santry.

ICAA friends and supporters including Caleb Anderson, James Anderson, Ronald and Verena Balmer, Rhett Butler, Jennifer Chaitman, Elizabeth Graziolo, Fernanda Kellogg, Mitchell Owens, Janice Parker, Leonard Porter, Peter Pennoyer, Daniel Sager, Barbara Sallick, Oscar Shamamian, and Nicholas S.G. Stern, were present among many others. 
Tom Savage, Stanford White Awards Emcee
Robert A.M. Stern with ICAA President Peter Lyden
ICAA President Peter Lyden, Verena Balmer, Valentin Goux, Steven Gambrel, and James Anderson
Anne Kriken Mann, Robert A.M. Stern, and ICAA President Peter Lyden
Andrew Tullis, Cristi Pledger, David Calligeros, and Mark Pledger
Andrew Cogar, Jennifer Ghersi, Dawn Fritz, and Elizabeth Dillon
Aimee Buccellato, Russell Windham, and Suzanne R. Santry
Adrian Taylor, Jean Wiart, and Gilbert P. Schafer III
2017 Stanford White Award Winners
Photographs by Amelia Panico (Young New Yorkers); Patrick McMullan (ICAA)