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Perkins+Will's Debra Cole, HDR CUH2A's Mary Williamson, Crilly Cos.'s  Maureen Crilly, Captivate Network's Maureen Beirne, Gruppo Italia's Eleanora Paulsen, and Zetlin & DeChiara's Lina Telese
414 W. 14th wasn't the only building celebrating Bastille Day. We dropped by Artsource International's 333 Park Ave South HQ for wine, cheese, and a salon on Marie Antoinette with the New York Businesswomen's Network. But what does the French queen have to do with real estate? Well, she did have quite an eye for design, says Crilly Cos. interior designer Maureen Crilly, who discussed the queen's tastes from Versailles to Le Petite Trianon. Although she never said “Let them eat cake,” it didn't stop Perkins+Will's Debra Cole, HDR CUH2A's Mary Williamson, Maureen, Captivate Network's Maureen Beirne, Gruppo Italia's Eleanora Paulsen, and Zetlin & DeChiara's Lina Telese from enjoying some petit fours. The night's proceeds went to Go Red For Women.
Skanska USA's George Martinez, Ed Thomas, Ed Addison, Ryan Crawford, Cira Petino, Tricia Reyes, Chris Reyes, Harley Friedman, and Andrew Friedman
It was game on for Skanska USA, which raised over $80k in the recent 25th Annual Cerebral Palsy New Jersey Aubrey Lewis Football Classic at the New Meadowlands Stadium. All proceeds will help support CPNJ's work to improve lives and to help bring independence to people with all types of disabilities. Below, the aptly named Skanska Wrecking Crew of (back) George Martinez, Ed Thomas, Ed Addison, Ryan Crawford, (front) Cira Petino, Tricia Reyes, Chris Reyes, (kneeling) Harley Friedman, and Andrew Friedman won the Skanska Division Trophy.
Horizon Land Service's Stephanie Butler and Theatre 80's Lorcan Otway
And the AREW Charitable Fund held an evening at the theater to benefit Women In Need at Theatre 80, where they saw Down The Rabbit Hole, a one-woman musical all about women, written by and starring Erin Jividen. Here, Horizon Land Services' Stephanie Butler, the outgoing co-chair of the Charitable Fund (along with Sun and Moon Marketing's Madelyne Kirch) smiles with Lorcan Otway, owner of the theater—one of NY's oldest. He regaled AREW members and guest with tales of gangsters, Prohibition, and the famous people he's met since he and his family purchased the theater in the ‘60s from mobsters. He generously donated the theater, staff, and a guided tour to AREW for the evening.