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Glow Benefit

| December 29, 2017 | Parties

THE PARTY Nearly 400 guests took over the Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago as part of the Woman’s Board of Rush University Medical Center’s first-ever fall benefit, Glow. Partygoers enjoyed cocktails and dinner at Terzo Piano during the evening’s live musical performances from pianists Patrick Donley and Eric Genuis. Later in the night, the museum’s European modern collection galleries were opened up for exploration. THE PEOPLE Event Chair Pamela Fitzgerald inspired audience members while speaking about the night’s theme: glowing both mentally and physically. An enthusiastic crowd, including Kenilworth Village president Ann Potter and CEO of Sovereign Brands Brett Berish, celebrated the accomplishments of the Woman’s Board. THE PINNACLE The evening honored the board’s 133rd year of making a difference in the community while helping to reach its goal of raising $450,000, setting the bar for years to come. The generous contributions will fund the development and implementation of Rush’s school-based mental health program, providing mental health screenings and treatments for children and their families in Chicago’s West Side neighborhoods. -Marisa Sobotka

Photos by Rush Photo Group


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