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October 2012 - Houston

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JENNY ANTILL Houston Symphony's Moveable Feast Caroline Tudor Honorees Bobby & Phoebe Tudor M ore than 200 oenophiles flocked for the Houston Symphony's annual Maestro's Wine Dinner and Collector's Auction. Chairmen Judy and Scott Nyquist, wine auction chairs Tom Nichols and Robert Sakowitz, and dinner wine chairmen Lindy and John Rydman and daughter Lisa Rydman Key gathered at Jones Hall stage, the mise en scène for the seated dinner and dessert, from Jackson and Company. In all, more than $270,000 was raised for the Houston Symphony's Music Matters! Education and Outreach program, which supports the Ima Hogg Competition. The evening honored Phoebe and Bobby Tudor for their $1 million gift to the Symphony Sustainability Campaign. Juliana Bruno Some babies need an extra push. Expecting twins can be twice as exciting, but sometimes these babies make their debut too soon and require extra atenton. That's why Texas Children's Pavilion for Women specializes in high-risk pregnancies, multiple births and babies who need a high level of care. Visit to find out more about Houston's premier health care center for women and babies. Scan this code with your phone's QR reader to watch a video about the Pavilion for Women. Follow us Chairmen Judy & Scott Nyquist THE ONE & ONLY PENTHOUSE At Audrey Cochran Saula Valente Jess & Betty Tutor Only a few units remain including the 11,000 sq. ft. mansion in the sky that will be more than just your home... It will be your masterpiece. For an appointment to experience the exceptional lifestyle David Frankfort, Erika Bermeo 713.558.9200 or marketed exclusively by Tim & Donna Shen

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