COLE HAMEL & HEIDI STROBEL HAMELS Friendster Event on the Moshulu

Cole & Heidi Hamel’s welcome their guests onto the Moshulu, and thank them for supporting the Hamels Foundation which has a dual mission to provide support for quality education in the United States and establish a school in Malawi, Africa. The Hamels Foundation is dedicated to enriching the lives of children and giving them the tools to achieve their goals.
This past year they donated $50,000 to the John B Stetson Middle School. The price point for this event was $50, which allowed a lot of the general public/fans to meet & greet with Cole & Heidi. Here Kathy Dugas gets her photo with Cole Hamels.
Dr. Gabrielle Young and Steve Rockman make the scene. I wonder if they ever made it out to LA to celebrate Dana Spain’s 2nd birthday celebration?
Greta Russo and Bill Andrews both of Lotus Events
Erin Elmore sporting the latest fashion that is flying off the racks. The faux fur vest.
She really needed it this night to as Tropical Storm Ida was blowing mighty hard outside.
Stephen & Tamar Olibky with Philadelphia Style Magazine’s Publisher John Colabelli.
Krista Guidi, Brett Rosenbloom, Laura Vail, Michael Pomerantz, Cistin Farrell, and Caitlin Murphy
Heidi’s mom from Misourri, Heidi Hamels and Danielle Triplett, American Association for Cancer Research.
Jill Rizen and Andrew Henning get ready for the big move, as Jill packs and heads South to Jersey in the new year.
The Hamels Foundation takes a community-based approach to education by providing assistance to inner-city schools in the United Sates. Our primary focus is to directly serve or impact ‘at-risk’ students by funding programs that address their needs. Currently, an annual grant is awarded to a Philadelphia Public School that serves ‘at-risk’ students due to low socio-economic conditions including, but not limited to lack of educational materials, poor learning environment and inadequate structural conditions. Our goal is to improve Philadelphia’s future through better educational opportunities today.