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The award recognizes individuals for their commitment to the well being of children. Each year, the recipients' names are posted on the "Celebrating Children" sculpture in the Rose Garden at Tournament House.
This year's honorees were Kathy and Tim MacDonald of La Crescenta, along with
Pasadena based Parsons Corporation. Kathy and Tim have been longtime supporters of Hathaway Sycamores. Kathy has twice served as president of its Los Altos Auxiliary.
Parsons also has a long history with Hathaway Syca
mores. They provide financial support, including for a music education program. But for the past 35 years, employees also have hosted an annual holiday party for young people in residential care and non public school students.
Erin Kuhlman, vice president of corporate relations, accepted the award on behalf of Parsons.
The festivities kicked off with wine and hors d'oeuvres catered by Noir Food Wine, followed by a performance by the Hathaway Sycamores Children's Choir led by Rachael Worby.
A highlight of the evening was a commentary by young Andrew Coronel, of Highland Park, president of the Youth Leadership Council.
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On Sept. 22 the stalwarts of the Pacific Asia Museum did just that Gary Pellant, Tiffany's Pasadena store director, opened his temple of luxe to honor the patrons of the museum's upcoming Festival of the Autumn Moon.
The snazzy cocktail party was an overture to the upcoming Festival of the Autumn Moon, which will mark the museum's 40th anniversary.
Titled "Passport to Asia, Celebrating 40 Years," the annual black tie gala is set for Oct. 15 at the California Club in downtown Los Angeles.
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