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Huntington Ball 2015

 

More than 400 friends and supporters gathered on a warm September evening to enjoy dinner, dancing, and excellent company at the annual Huntington Ball. The black-tie gala, chaired by trustee Anne Rothenberg and her family, served as the formal welcome for the institution’s new president, Laura Skandera Trombley, and as a celebration of the promise and possibility that the future holds for The Huntington under her leadership.

 

In her remarks, Trombley paid special tribute to the late Jim Rothenberg, a community leader who had been deeply involved with The Huntington for more than two decades. Jim, who was to co-chair the event, passed away suddenly in July. His absence was deeply felt by all those in attendance.

 

The event raised more than $430,000 to support research and educational programs at The Huntington.

 

See more photos from the Huntington Ball.

 

Left: Anne Rothenberg (center) and her family chaired this year’s Huntington Ball. Clockwise from lower left: Katie Rothenberg Wei, Sarah and Dan Rothenberg, Alexander Wei, Jeremy Baker, and Erin Rothenberg Baker. Right: President Laura Trombley welcomes guests during her formal remarks.

Left: Anne Rothenberg (center) and her family chaired this year’s Huntington Ball. Clockwise from lower left: Katie Rothenberg Wei, Sarah and Dan Rothenberg, Alexander Wei, Jeremy Baker, and Erin Rothenberg Baker. Right: President Laura Trombley welcomes guests during her formal remarks.

 

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"The Huntington is a place where nature, science, art, and humanities are always ready to inspire and make a difference. I encourage you to take part and support this world-class dynamic place." 

- Randy A. Shulman, Vice President for Advancement 

 

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