The Circuit - March 6th, 2009

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Some came in masks, but all came in their most formal attire as guests arrived at the 54th Annual Viennese Opera Ball in New York City at The Waldorf Astoria. Above, debutantes, diplomats and dignitaries open the international Ball--long regarded as one of New York's greatest annual events--garnering worldwide media coverage for over five decades. (Photo Ben Asen) Click here to see more photos.
More than 675 guests tested their luck at games of chance and won big, raising more than $152,000 for the fight against blood cancer. Society Ties, the young professional committee of the New York City Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society hosted the annual Black Tie & Black Jack Casino Night on February 28, at Capitale. (Photo Michael Yorkes) Click here to see more photos.
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The School of American Ballet Winter Ball
March 9th, 7pm
David H. Koch Theater
City Socialites and Philanthropists
Black Tie
The 2009 Winter Ball is not only the School of American Ballet's glamorous annual black-tie dinner dance but also a celebration of SAB's 75th Anniversary. It features a unique performance by the advanced students of The School of American Ballet choreographed specifically for this event by New York City Ballet soloist Adam Hendrickson.
The American Ireland Fund St. Patrick's Celebration
March 12th, 7pm
Cipriani Wall Street
800 young NYC-based professionals
Business attire
The AIF Young Leaders St. Patrick's Celebration is NYC's biggest and best St. Patrick's gathering, with over 800 young professionals to attend on March 12th at Cipriani Wall Street. The evening's program will include entertainment, live and silent auctions as well as the presentation of the Young Leaders Irish Spirit Award to a significant celebrity.
DIFFA's Dining By Design 2009
March 26th, 10am
Pier 94
DIFFA: Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS will host DINING BY DESIGN 2009 at Pier 94, 12th Ave. at 55th Street in New York City, from 3/26/09-3/30/09. The event brings together some of the most talented and celebrated individuals in the worlds of fashion, interior design, art, and architecture to create spectacular dining environments.
HFLS Next Generation Leadership Board Annual Spring Benefit
March 26th, 7:30pm
230 Fifth (5th Ave & 27th St)
Jewish Young Professionals
Casual Chic
Join the Next Generation Leadership Board, a group of rising professionals, for an evening of a premium open bar, hors d'oeuvres, and great gift bags to support the Hebrew Free Loan Society's mission to foster economic independence through interest-free microenterprise loans.
Toast to the Children: A Wine & Food Sampling
April 7th, 7:30pm
Mandarin Oriental, New York
Tom Colicchio of Bravo's Top Chef spearheads this evening honoring Sheila Lukins and Peter Glassman.
Restaurants include: Blue Smoke, Butter, craft, Dell'Anima, Double Crown, Insieme, The Little Owl, Momofuku Bakery & Milk Bar, Pearl Oyster Bar, Peasant, Perilla, Per Se, Porter House New York, Public, Tabla
Admission: $250 General, $150 Junior
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Featured Young Philanthropist - Senator Bill Baroni (R-NJ)

A long time friend of the team, we are honored to have Senator Bill Baroni, one of New Jersey's youngest state senators, as our featured young philanthropist.


Hometown: Hamilton, New Jersey
Alma Mater: George Washington University, UVA Law School
Occupation: NJ State Senator, law professor at Seton Hall University Law School
Relationship Status:  Single
Charities You Feel Closest To: Visitation Home, Project Freedom (both build homes and communities for adults with disabilities); March of Dimes
Boards or Committees: NJ Symphony Orchestra, La Boehme Opera, Princeton Pro Musica, Hamilton Area YMCA, NJ Historic Commission, Board of NJ State Museum
Recent Events You've Been To:  Race for the Cure, Catholic Charities Guardian Angel Dinner Dance, Association for Advancement of Mental Health's Client Awards Banquet, Kinney Walk's to support Battle Against Hunger and March of Dimes Walk for Babies  
Next Event On Your Calendar:  Garden State Equality's Legends Dinner; The Friendly Sons & Daughters of St. Patrick Annual Dinner, ARC Walk, Light the Night for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Favorite Book of the Moment: Fool's Paradise by Steven Gaines
Favorite Restaurant: Pastis
Favorite Bar or Lounge: Elmo Lounge
Item You Can't Live Without: Blackberry
Your Favorite Date Spot:  Café Luxembourg; Il Bastardo; Aja Sushi  
Paris, London, Milan or NYC?: NYC
Your Favorite Destination:  Miami Beach, Florida
Uptown or Downtown?:  Downtown
Union Square or Central Park?: Union Square
Go-To Designer: Hugo Boss
Sports Car or SUV?: SUV
Most Dangerous Store: Barneys
Favorite Channel/TV Show:  Anderson Cooper 360°
Other Hobbies and Fun Facts:
- Speaker for Duke University Diet & Fitness Center, where he lost 130 lbs. 15 years ago - Taught constitutionalism, democracy and elections in Liberia following their 2002 Civil War - First elected at age 31 after knocking on over 10,000 doors, Baroni now serves on both the Senate Judiciary and Senate Health Committees.
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