‘Night At The Oscars’ brings out the best dressed in the Keys
The red carpet greeted the attendees of the 12th annual American Cancer Society Diamond Gala in a spectacular star-studded evening which brought in Avatar and Titanic Executive Producer Jon Landau and his wife Julie as the guests of honor for the event. Last year’s event raised $117,000 to fight cancer.
Daren and Jessica Horan pause on the red carpet.
Doctor Bruce Boros and the Butterfly Conservatory’s George Fernandez pose for a picture.
Mary Hamilton and Rachel Oropeza are all smiles during the cocktail hour.
Looking dashing at the event is Rodney Gullatte, Greg Sullivan and Michelle Maxwell.
The American Cancer Society has one of the best committees in the Keys to back such a grand event. The red carpet stars are Jill Cranney-Gage, Lee Sheehan, Carrie Helliesen, Yvette Talbott, Lindy Roth, Kim Flowers, Jenny Flannigan, Jessica Cranney and Kristy Geary.
Key West High School volunteers Duffy Anderson and Rikki Shea Gage, with Yvette Talbott, Roland Flowers and Jill Cranney-Gage, welcome attendees at Beachside Marriott to the event.
Terry Woods, State Attorney Catherine Vogel and Katrina and Kevin Maddock enjoy cocktail hour while waiting for the guests of honor, Jon and Julie Landau, to arrive.
The Hamiltons step in front of the cameras at the red carpet event. Christopher Peterson, dressed as the late Joan Rivers, interviews the guests.
Jason Wall and Lourdes Torbisco, Gary and Sho Lichtenstein, Maxine Makover and Jack Paul have a ball at the gala.
The ladies of the Key West Women’s Club represent at the event: Mona Santiago, Sho Lichtenstein, Lou Ferris, Joy Rodriguez, Clare Angermann and Dee Johnston.