CAG Gala October 21st

In honor of GM’s recent article on the name of Dumbarton St. (not really) the Citizens Association of Georgetown is holding its annual gala on October 21st with a theme of “Streets of Georgetown”.

Here’s a bit more on the event:

Washington, DC, September 11, 2017 – The “Streets of Georgetown” will be celebrated at the annual Georgetown Gala sponsored by the
Citizens Association of Georgetown (CAG) on Saturday, October 21, at the Four Seasons Hotel. This community event brings together over 450
residents, organizations, businesses, and politicos to celebrate Georgetown and CAG’s mission of historic preservation and improving
the life of the community.

This year’s event, titled “The Streets of Georgetown,” will highlight  Georgetown’s unique and historic neighborhood blocks in the
neighborhood. The gala committee, chaired by Michelle Korsmo, Colman Riddell and Amy Porter Stroh, is planning a special evening that
will include cocktails, a high end silent auction, a phenomenal dinner buffet, cigar bar on the terrace, and live music from the band, For The
Win, one of DC’s premiere party bands.

The high-end silent auction will include: vacations in Paris, Costa Rica, San Francisco and Aspen; Wizards courtside seats; a dinner party for
eight by Susan Gage Catering; a rooftop party catered by Via Umbria; and a high end wine pull and dinner with author Kitty Kelley. More
silent auction items are being added. Check CAG’s website for details and the most up-to-date listing.

GM’s on the board and he knows this is a critical even for the organizations annual funding. So come out and have some fun for a good cause!

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