The Animal Medical Center’s Ninth Annual Living Legends Luncheon was held at The Harmonie Club to honor three special companion animals. Nearly 200 guests attended the event which was co-chaired by Dorothy Goldstein, Alison Minton, Kane Nussbaum, Joanne Ronson, Carol Sandow, Petra Slater, Helene Stein, Marquam Wolfe, and Janet York.
Not all heroes wear capes . . . or have opposable thumbs! At its annual Living Legends Luncheon, the Animal Medical Center honored three special companion animals. Held at The Harmonie Club on May 9, the event was attended by nearly 200 (human) guests, and raised nearly $70,000.
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