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A Dancing Duo JEFF FITLOW, ALEXANDER'S FINE PORTRAITS Luxury properties – Utmost discretion 713·558·3318 her approach Honoree Margaret Williams Chairmen Stanton Welch, Jo Furr P aris came to Houston as madames and messieurs promenaded in posh pajamas to Hope Stone's Le Breakfast for Dinner 2013 Gala at Warehouse Live. Chairman Beth Muecke, with Anna McCullough, Emma Moon, Sally Russ, and Denise Skorka, raised more than $110,000 to benefit the cause, while honoring Nancy Wozny with the Hope Angel Award and proffering Parisian eats, cocktails and performing arts. Early birds: Hope Stone founder Jane Weiner , Michael Bartha, Pierce Bush, Diane and Michael Caplan, Justin Doran, Melissa Hobbs, Julie Fette and Luc Messier, Gina Gaston, Debra Grierson, Karen Henry, Charles Mansour, Christiana McConn, Cindy Thorp, and Debbie Festari. Over at the Wortham Center's Brown Theater, the Pink Ribbons Project's annual Pink at the Brown performance gala made for an unforgettable night, care of chairmen Jo Furr and Stanton Welch. Houston Theatre District members and other area arts organizations lent their talents to a memorable presentation, including performances by the Alley Theatre, Houston Ballet and Houston Grand Opera. Honorees Margaret Alkek Williams, Frankie Ann Holmes, Margo Hilliard Alford, and Val Stinson, of corporate honoree SoftLayer Technologies, stole the show, which also included a silent auction and a champagne toast to all who have been affected by breast cancer. Pink ribbon patrons: Susan Rafte, Jonita Fair-Payton, Jane Weiner, Charles and Marjorie Peterman, Mike Mair, Jim Furr, Kevin Hazard, Lester and Sue Smith, Carolyn Farb, Charles Ward, Gina and Devinder Bhatia, Leigh Smith, Cindy Cook, and Regina Rogers. Carrie Cowan Chairman Beth Muecke Anna McCullough Honoree Frankie Holmes, Clint Davis MHAHNFELD@MARTHATURNER.COM Third-generation Houstonian Mary Elizabeth Mecom Hahnfeld respects each client's privacy, making her especially suited for those who require the utmost discretion. She is particularly adept at handling the requirements of international clients with sophisticated real estate portfolios. Although Mary Elizabeth is exceedingly unassuming, she holds the distinction of selling the most expensive home in River Oaks in both 2009 and 2010, nonMLS sales that remain two of the highest River Oaks sales to-date. professional recognition Mary Elizabeth is a member of the Martha Turner Properties Circle of Excellence and Hall of Fame and ranked one of Houston Business Journal's Top-25 Realtors. hunters creek 4-5 BEDROOMS 4 BATHS LOT SF. 35,748 tanglewood area stamper way 4 BEDROOMS LP $4.4+ MILLION 3.5 BATHS visit montana broken leg ranch 40 PLUS ACRES 3 SLEEPING CABINS LP $1.1+ MILLION 3 GUEST CABINS 1 MAIN HOME LP $2.9 MILLION WWW.MECO MPRO PERT I ES .CO M 713·558·3318 MHAHNFELD@MARTHATURNER.COM Mike Mair, Jim Furr Leigh Smith, Cindy Cook, Terry Prather Honoree Nancy Wozny & Mark Wozny Jane Weiner Susan Rafte, Jonita Fair-Payton Lester & Sue Smith, Carolyn Farb, Charles Ward OCTOBER | PAGE 67 | 2013 Honoree Val Stinson Honoree Margo Hilliard Alford Anne Tyler, Jeremy & Britain Garner

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