Flying Circus School's trapeze (part of PIFA Philadelphia which started yesterday. You can buy tickets and do it too, it's open to the public.)
Today I photographed 6ABC's Adam Joseph and that's why I missed the cocktail hour of Herreman's event.
Here's Todd Herreman with Lisa Friedlander, Project Director, No Place for Hate at Anti-Defamation League. No Place to Hate is one of the 6 charities being helped by the event last night. The others are American Cancer Society, Cooper Hospital, Habitat for Humanity, Magee Rehab - Brain Injury Research ( which is in the news of late after so many football players suffer those injuries) and Autism Research. Todd said that every year he would raise money for charities that applied to the foundation for help. I will certainly be putting the word in for Gilda's Club in the name of my sister who you all know passed away from Ovarian Cancer in 2009.
Philadelphia Eagles long snapper Jon Dorenbos was on hand doing his fantastic magic tricks; at one point he had the audience participate and for the "winners" he sent Shady McCoy into the audience to give out hugs to a few lucky winners.
Derek Vietro, Traci Coulter and Tim Howell
Steve Olitsky and Dennis Shea
Todd Herremans, LeSean "Shady" McCoy, and Todd's mom Marilee Herremans, who was all over the place selling raffle tickets.
Emily and Steve Saunders
Michael Smith and Danielle Tomko
Albert Young, Minesota Vikings, and Philadelphia Eagles Brian Westbrook
Hopkins became the oldest boxer to win a major title on Saturday night, scoring a 12-round unanimous decision over Tavoris Cloud to claim the
Skin Palette with Susie Celek on 19th Street in Center City. The duo opens another spot inside the Bellevue Sporting Club on Tuesday.
Curi and Tim Williams. Check out the Herremans Foundation and see how you can help.