Philadelphia

PRETTY IN PINK – Lights For The Cure Turns Skyline Pink For 10th Year

Earlier this week I attended the “Lights for the Cure Turns The Skyline Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month”, held at the Hyatt at the Bellevue on Broad Street at XIX. In it’s 10 year, Lights for the Cure can boast over 100 buildings in the Delaware Valley will be turning Pink for the entire month.
Erika von Tiehl, Natasha Brown, look on as CBS3’s Jon Hitchcock, president and general manager of CBS3 and The CW Philly
Heather Seok, Executive Director at PA Film Industry Association (PaFIA), Laurel Fairworth, and CBS3’s Pat Ciarrocchi. Laurel is excited for the “Little Smiles” Dr Hughes Spooktacular at the Curtis Center on 10/23. I was hired to shoot that event so I will definitely be there and look forward to seeing you. For more information visit: www.drnewyou.com or call 856 751 4554. Christie Banlotti, CBS3’s Jim Donovan and Donna Massanova. Donna also does work for the Linda Creed Foundation, which I photograph every 1st Saturday in December at their annual event at the Crystal Tea Room.WOGL’s Valerie Knight and producer Jamyra Perry
Lindsey Rueppel, CW’s Matthew Nadu, Mac Francis, Megan Stecher and Shelley Hoffman, CBS3’s Public Affairs Manager,
Breast Cancer Survivor and today’s fashion icon: Dawn Jones
Richard Bartlett, Victoria Calliari, Event Coordinator The Philadelphia Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, Neil Stein, and Elaine I. Grobman, Executive Director of the Komen Phila. Tell me that the Pink Tie 2011 Gala is going to be spectacular at Vie on October 15. Plus this year there’s a young professionals After X Party. The roving party begins at 9:00 PM with cocktails and lavish appetizers… then progresses into the main ballroom where Mix 106.1 DJ Robbie Rob spins everything into high gear with fun and dancing into the early morning hours; and

  • The Entertainment, a Night of Legends: including a mini concert by the Crystals, Marvelettes & Shirelles and all-night music by Tony Grandberry & his Big Fun Orchestra. Entertainment sponsored by Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Partner in the Promise of the Komen Philadelphia Affiliate.
  • (Unfortunately I won’t be able to make it as The Good Dog/Bad Dog folks hired me to shoot their gala the same evening)
    “Lights for the Cure is a beacon of hope for millions of people and demonstrates the dynamic that makes the breast cancer movement so powerful locally and globally,” says Elaine I. Grobman, Executive Director of the Komen Philadelphia Affiliate. “Thanks to amazing partners like CBS 3, light by light, building by building, community by community – we are generating awareness and saving lives.” A complete list of the buildings and landmarks participating in the LIGHTS FOR THE CURE campaign is available at www.CBSPhilly.com/cure.