Posts tagged "Marco Foster"

This Friday's White Party/Fundraiser at Parliament Looking Like Summer's Best

There are parties and then there is the PARTY,  The 4th Annual  White Party supporting One Hope United is shaping up to be an “all caps” affair.  With a high powered host committee and an equally impressive list of sponsors. I’m anticipating this to be the best affair yet. Hosted by Marco Foster , the... Read more »

Ten People To Watch in 2014

Jillian Conley  is an author, blogger, freelance writer, event host, radio host, and TV host based in Chicago. She is also co-founder of My Three Sisters Publishing with her sisters where their main goal is to give exposure to new writers. Jillian has received much recognition for her philanthropy volunteering for Charity 4 Life and as a co-founder of My Three Sisters Literacy Initiative.
They are filmmakers, philanthropists, vintners, personalities, writers and urban developers. They are people whose names you’ll be hearing for some time to come both locally and nationally.  I thank them for humbly sharing their bios for my annual “people to watch” blog.  Here are ten people you should keep your eye on this year. To connect... Read more »

A December To Remember: A Month of Memories In Pictures and Videos

This December was a rarity,  I was in town long enough to attend a few great celebrations.  I still missed more stuff  than I wanted.  But here are some pictures and video from some of the best events of the month.   One Acre Fund 7th Annual Chicago Gala  Andrew Youn and Harry Kraemer   ... Read more »
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"Eras OF Hope" Fashion, Awareness, Fun at Mercedes Benz of Chicago

"Eras OF Hope" Fashion, Awareness, Fun at Mercedes Benz of Chicago
April is Child Abuse Prevention month.  My friends at One Hope United  are gathering to raise awareness and funds to support One Hope United’s  efforts to prevent these horrific events from happening, or happening again. One Hope United was founded as Chicago Baptist Orphanage in 1895 and Hudelson Baptist Children’s Home in 1903. The scope... Read more »