Nevada Opera Theatre Guild had its 30th annual Holiday Celebration Luncheon and Musical Revue on a December Sunday at the Cili Restaurant at Bali Hai Golf Course.
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The Sustainers of the Junior League of Las Vegas held their annual Holiday Coffee for active members of the League and their guests on Dec. 12 at the lovely Summerlin home of Karissa and Albert Mack.
Sunday's "RJ Goes to a Party" column will be Huffey's last after 33 years of chronicling benefits, balls and other assorted bashes around town.
The Down Syndrome Organization of Southern Nevada held its 27th annual Festival of Trees and Lights gala Nov. 20 at the South Point.
Don Ross and Joyce Sherman-Nelson and Jim Nelson were honored during Camelot at the Magical Forest, the sold-out, black-tie benefit for Opportunity Village that took place Nov. 12 at the organization's West Oakey Campus.
Don Snyder was honored during the seventh annual gala of Volunteers in Medicine Nov. 7 at The Venetian and Palazzo.
Opera Las Vegas celebrated the fall season Oct. 25 with a late afternoon Oktoberfest at the Paradise Valley home of Kim McKellar.
The Las Vegas Natural History Museum held its 23rd annual Dinosaur Ball Oct. 24 at the Red Rock Resort, attracting about 370 guests. The benefit raised money for the museum's many programs, including the busing of schoolchildren to see exhibits at the museum.
The 18th annual gala for the Foundation for an Independent Tomorrow honored Michael J. Brown, executive director, USA, of Barrick Gold Corp. The Notte di Carnevala gala took place Oct. 10 in the Palace Ballroom at Caesars Palace.
Dessert Before Dinner, an annual fundraising event benefiting the Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada, took place Sept. 26 at Caesars Palace's Augustus Ballroom. The sold-out event attracted 652 guests.
Bonnie and Frank Martin opened their Bitter Root Ranch Sept. 19 for their 17th annual benefit for Opportunity Village. More than 900 guests attended.
About 400 guests attended Spread the Word Nevada's 14th annual Storybook Gala on Sept. 12 at the MGM Grand Conference Center.
A Home 4 Spot Animal Rescue held a benefit July 28 at Tommy Rocker's Cantina & Grill to support its efforts to provide foster care and medicine to abandoned dogs.
A benefit for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation to help in its efforts to find the cause and cure for childhood brain tumors took place July 17 at Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Snow Crab in the Forum Shops at Caesars.
The '70s were celebrated during a prom-themed fundraiser July 10 benefiting the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation.
The professional organization includes more than 1,100 physicians and advocates for doctors and their patients in Southern Nevada, encouraging the delivery of quality health care.
The American Lung Association of Nevada held its fifth annual fashion show and dinner recently at the World Market Center. “Breathe Fashion” raised funds for people with lung-related illnesses.
Guests could view popular exhibits at the museum as well as enjoy evening air and entertainment.
Boys Town Nevada’s 11th annual Journey of Hope Gala featured an evening of cocktails, dinner, silent and live auctions, music, dancing and other entertainment at The Venetian.
The center was founded in 1991 to provide care and treatment of young victims of abuse, neglect and mental afflictions by offering rehabilitative mental health interventions with a variety of community-based services.
Each year, the culinary community eagerly awaits the announcement of Chef of the Year. This year’s winner was honored at a gala earlier this month at South Point.
The benefit raises funds for scholarships for deserving Nevada students to continue their education.
The Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation benefit took place recently at Red Rock Resort.
The live auction during the recent Nevada Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation at Mandalay Bay raised a record $295,000. And that was only a part of the funds raised that evening.
Dr. Christopher McKay returned the $20,000 honorarium for Desert Research Institute students to continue their study of “Life in Rock and Ice.”
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