CAG Celebrates 'The Streets of Georgetown'
Over three hundred Citizens Association of Georgetown (CAG) members, sponsors, volunteers and neighborhood friends turned out for the Georgetown Gala "Streets of Georgetown" at the Four Seasons Hotel on October 21st.
The popular black-tie event featured Georgetown-themed decor, food styled after the village's restaurants and live band For the Win had everyone "dancing in the streets." Gala co-chairs Amy Porter Stroh, Michelle Korsmo and Colman Ridell mingleed with regular attendees including Councilman Jack Evans and ANC Commissioners Joe Gibbons, Lisa Palmer, Ed Solomon, Rick Murphy and Jim Wilcox.
Guests joined the guests perusing the silent auction featuring trips around the world as well as insider tours of Washington, a progressive pool party and a private, Via Umbria catered dinner on a spectacular river view rooftop, as well as a blind wine pull, mystery jewelry boxes from new retailer Kendra Scott and touch ups at the "Glam Station" with Glamsquad hair and makeup artists.
The ever popular Candy Bar (sponsored by TTR/Sotheby's this year) was once again a huge hit with guests who scrambled to fill bags with all their favorites to take home.
The Gala is CAG's largest fundraiser of the year and raises operating costs that support Historic Preservation, Trees, Concerts, Public Safety, Oral History, Town-Gown relations and monthly public meetings that benefit all residents of Georgetown.
For more information about the Gala, visit CAG.