Beaux Arts Ball a Winter Wonderland
JANUARY 29, 2009
DENVER — National Jewish Health will hold its signature Denver gala, the annual Beaux Arts Ball, on Feb. 21, 2009. The Hyatt Regency Denver will be transformed into a sparkling Winter Wonderland with an entertainment troupe from New York proving live entertainment throughout the evening and the acclaimed live band from Los Angeles, Haute Chile, providing dance music to heat up the dance floor after a sumptuous dinner.
Denver's elite in white-tie attire will enjoy the delicious food, cocktails and entertainment from the East and West Coasts while raising funds to support the vital research, clinical and educational programs at National Jewish Health. Last year the gala raised more than $2 million.
Grand Marshals for the 2009 Beaux Arts Ball are Liane and Robert Clasen (Starz LLC), Susan and Ed Mueller (Qwest Communications) and Meghan and Evan Zucker (Black Creek Capital). Co-Chairs are Anne and Rich Baer. Committee members include Stephen W. Arent, John Bolger, Michael Faughnan, Margie and Tom Gart, Bei Lee and Bill Gold, Joshua Hanfling, Arlene and Barry Hirschfeld, Marty and Bill Hornaday, Susan Juroe and Michael Schonbrun, Megan and Mariner Kemper, Elizabeth and Steven Kris, Evi and Evan Makovsky, Anuschka and Zach Pashel, Susan and Eddie Robinson, Sheila and Hassan Salem, Richard Schierburg, Debbie and Don Silversmith, Kelly and Marc Steron, and Richard Tucker.
Qwest Communications is the presenting sponsor. Other major sponsors include Black Creek Capital, DraftFCG, MCD/Richmond American Homes Foundation, QualPro, Starz Entertainment, and the Tuchman Family Foundation.
Tickets to the Beaux Arts Ball are $1,500 per couple with tables available for $5,000, $10,000 and $25,000. Call National Jewish Health at (303) 398-1463 to attend the 2009 Beaux Arts Ball.
Beaux Arts Ball benefits National Jewish Health. National Jewish is known worldwide for treatment of patients with respiratory, immune and related disorders, for groundbreaking medical research, and for the education of medical professionals around the world. Founded in 1899 as a nonprofit hospital, National Jewish remains the only facility in the world dedicated exclusively to these disorders. For 11 consecutive years, U.S. News & World Report has ranked National Jewish the #1 respiratory hospital in the nation.