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The Garden Bunch

The annual White House Correspondents' Dinner, a.k a. Nerd Prom, took place this year without The President and without the usual Hollywood fanfare, but the show went on. It didn’t stop the party circuit goers from attending their most favorite & entertaining events which included the famous Garden Brunch held at the Georgetown home of Sally and Mark Ein who co-hosted along with Tammy Haddad, Hilary Rosen & Megan Murphy, Fred Humphries, Mark Testoni, Greta Van Susteren & John Coale, Fritz Brogan, Franco Nuschese and Kevin Sheekey.

The 25th Annual Garden Brunch honored veterans by highlighting Wells Fargo’s veteran home donation program and NS2 Serves’ training and hiring programs. Garden Brunch hosts, partners and Bob Woodruff, Co-founder of The Bob Woodruff Foundation for injured veterans and their families and ABC News Correspondent, recognized the service and sacrifice by our veterans by making a very special presentation to a military family as well as the graduates of the NS2 Serves veterans training program.


“The Garden Brunch started 25 years ago as an intimate backyard gathering with friends from New York and LA who were in Washington for the annual Correspondents’ Dinner,” said Tammy Haddad, Garden Brunch founder. “Over the years, the Brunch grew and we quickly realized that we should use this platform to help others while celebrating great Washington heroes in journalism and in the military. It’s an honor to host the Garden Brunch and to be part of this exciting weekend of putting a spotlight on the importance of free press in America.”