Event Recap : Young Audiences Arts for Learning Annual Gala - November 21th 2013

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Young Audiences Arts for Learning celebrates its Annual Gala on Thursday, November 21, 2013 at the Waldorf Astoria. Young Audiences will honor Fiona and Stanley Druckenmiller for their commitment to philanthropy and the acclaimed Paul Taylor 2 Dance Company will perform. The Gala is chaired by Young Audiences Board Members Mrs. Michel P. Fribourg, Lady Maughan, and Mrs. John L. Weinberg, with Paul J. Fribourg, Chairman and CEO of Continental Grain Company, serving as Business Committee Chairman, and Diane Volk as Master of Ceremonies

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Gala Honorees Fiona and Stanley Druckenmiller with YA Executive Director David Dik and YA Gala co-chair Mary Ann Fribourg

Gala Honorees Stanley and Fiona Druckenmiller

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YA Board Chairman Corinne Greenberg with Maurice Greenberg

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YA Board Member Marjorie Hyman with Kenneth Langone

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Elaine Langone and Gala Honoree Fiona Druckenmiller

Gretchen Kimball, YA Board Memeber, with Marcus Romero, YA Communications Manager 

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Kiono Thomas with YA Board Member Jim Gellert

Jill Simmons and YA Executive Director, David Dik

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About Young Audiences Arts for Learning
For more than 60 years, Young Audiences Arts for Learning (YA) has inspired young people and sought to expand their learning through the arts. Founded in 1952, YA works to support affiliated organizations that are each dedicated to playing a decisive role in young people's development. Last year, the YA network of 30 affiliates reached 5 million children in over 6,000 schools and community centers with 85,000 performance demonstrations, workshops, and teacher services. This year, Young Audiences of Louisiana opened the very first Young Audiences Charter School, and we continued our work around the network in the media and digital arts through programs like Immersive Game Design in Wichita, Cleveland, and Indiana. These programs teach students to design and produce their own fully-functional digital games and inspire them to harness the power of technology for learning and creating.

Amazing Organization and a Great Event and A Special Thanks to Marcus !

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