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Harriman-Jewell Series – Prelude 2018: Season 54

Roswitha and Ken Schaffer were the honorary chairmen, and Michelle and Chuck Ritter served as the chairmen of Harriman-Jewell Series’ Prelude 2018 – Season 54. The September 24th event was held at The 1900 Building. American Soprano Alyson Cambridge was the featured performer. Guests enjoyed cocktails, dinner, party games, and beautiful décor.

Chairmen Chuck and Michelle Ritter with Eryn Bates Kemp and Clark Morris, both with Harriman-Jewell Series

 

Sharon Johnson, Bob Dona, Ralph and Pat Latshaw, Andrew and Jessica Koebbe, and Sara McClure

 

Ken Fligg, Courtney Earnest and Tuck and Susan Spaulding

 

 

Steve Karbank, Marcia Karbank, Susan Chambers, and Anne and Gary Barnes

Also featured in the November 10, 2018 issue of The Independent
Photo Credit: Don Ipock

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