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Monday, November 18, 2019
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Columbia University Irving Medical Center

2019 Crown Awards Gala
6:30 pm.   Cocktails, dinner, and benefit performance by Stephanie J. Block.   Black tie attire.   Invitation only.   Hosted by Lee Goldman, MD.   Honoring Louis and Gloria Flanzer Philanthropic Trust.   Chaired by Margo Catsimatidis, John Catsimatidis, Karen Kennedy, Kevin Kennedy, Cheryl Milstein, Philip Milstein, Dorette Sacripanti, Peter Sacripanti, Jeanie Schottenstein, Jay Schottenstein, Sarah Solomon, Howard Solomon, Diana Vagelos, Roy Vagelos.   Tickets from $1,500.00.   Tables from $15,000.00.   American Museum of Natural History New York.   Contact: Whitney Potter.   (212) 304-7223.  
Central Park West at 79th St., New York.     events.columbia.edu/go/crownawards.  
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