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City Tavern Club hosts Fashion, Music and Art for Autism

On Saturday June 4, the CSAAC Foundation was the beneficiary of an elegant evening entitled "Fashion, Music, and Art for Autism" held at the historic City Tavern Club in Georgetown. Over 150 guests nibbled on cupcakes, sipped champagne, perused the silent auction, and enjoyed a classical piano performance by Juilliard Fellow Dr. Edvinas Minkstimas, regarded as one of Europe’s top emerging pianists.

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When the clock struck nine, host committee members Janine Schoonover and Kimberly Robinson introduced the crowd to the runway show of couture fashions for the everyday woman by Maggie Burges from CAS Boutique, and a whimsical art-as-fashion collection by DC artist Don Patron, which featured photos of individuals with autism supported by the work of the CSAAC foundation. The event raised over 10,000 dollars for autism support, research, and awareness. The models were made to look their absolute best with the amazing hair and make-up stylings of Salon Roi, the longstanding neighborhood salon in Woodley Park.

The Fashion, Music, and Art host committee included: Lolly Amos, Rokas Beresniovas, Bill Farrand, Wendy Gordon, Michele Lebar, Dr. Richard Meyer, Kimberly Robinson, Janine Schoonover, Marilyn Thompson, Angelique Velez and Jenny Zinn.

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This article was written by Rokas Beresniovas.