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People  & Parties With Panache Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic East End Benefit


Tony Ingrao, PPHP president Reina Schiffrin, Randy Kemper.

Interior designers Tony Ingrao and Randy Kemper hosted Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic's (PPHP) East End benefit, Everything that is Beautiful, on May 31 at their Woodhouse Park estate in East Hampton, which raised $410,000 to help support PPHP medical services, education and advocacy programs on the East End.  The benefit honored the organization's 75 years of keeping the community healthy and informed and featured both a live and silent auction of art, jewels, and design inspired by nature.

The auction itself raised $100,000 and included contributions from artists such as Ross Bleckner, Jeff Koons, David Salle, Kiki Smith, Kara Ross, Nina Runsdorf, Cartier, Sidney Garber, Louise Lawler, Bryan Hunt,and more.

Guests including Beth Ostrovky, Nicole Miller, Patty Raynes, Richard and Renee Steinberg, Christine Wasserstein, Dan Rattiner, Lisa Perry, Elizabeth Ballard, Benjamin Dollar, Richard and Eileen Ekstract, Jackie Harris Hochberg, Daphne Hoge and Savanna Hoge enjoyed a sophisticated 14 course bit tasting of delights such as Curried Tuna Tartare on Pappadam Chip with Radish, Porterhouse Sashimi with Sauce Ravigote and Pickled Ginger, and Little Cherry Pies catered by The Art of Eating, under an enchanting tent setup designed by Ron Wendt Design.  Planned Parenthood officials including Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic president Reina Schiffrin and Planned Parenthood Federation of America president Cecile Richards wholeheartedly greeted their guests and kicked off the live auction with an inspiring thanks to supporters.

With 13 health centers in Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland and Putnam Counties, PPHP aims to empower individuals to determine their own sexual health and reproductive futures.  They are committed to providing affordable, confidential, and compassionate care to anyone who seeks care from the organization and works to protect the right to medical privacy and to prevent government intrusion on reproductive health care decisions.  PPHP's education and training division offer programs to improve parent/child communication, peer-to-peer education, childcare provider training, and a variety of other community resources. In 2007, PPHP served over 37,000 patients in over 73,000 visits.


Megan Wright and Cecile Richards.


Patty Raynes and Nicole Miller.


Cynthia Clift and Beth Ostrosky.


Dan Rattiner, Christine Wasserstein, David Lion Rattiner.


John and Andrea Stark.


Richard and Renee Steinberg.


Sandy Perlbinder and Caroline Hirsch.


Clay Wright and Savanna Hoge.

 
Dr. Robert and Jane Schwalbe.


James and Wendy Van de Walle with Reina Schiffrin.


David Zazulat, Pamela Eldridge and Daphne Hoge.

 
Todd Jackson, Suzy, Tom Moore.


Richard and Eileen Ekstract, Kyle Tim.


Kate Friedman, Iris Avrons and Reina Schiffrin.

Photos: Richard Lewin and Adriel Reboh/PMC
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