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Glittering Snow Ball benefits Infant Welfare Society Clarendon Hills chapter

Suzanne Austin, president of Clarendon Hills Chapter,  Megin Caplis, co-chairwoman of Snow Ball and Jessica Cooper, co-chairwoman of Snow Ball, all from Clarendon Hills | Viki Gonia/for Sun-Times Media
Colleen and Charles Shayan of Clarendon Hills | Viki Gonia/for Sun-Times Media
Jackie Eisani of Hinsdale and Sherry Amos of Lake Forest | Viki Gonia/for Sun-Times Media
Suzanne and Milo Phelps of Westmont with Mandy Widtfeldt of Clarendon Hills | Viki Gonia/for Sun-Times Media
Jen Alsman, Lauren Mathelier and Lauren Solberg, all of Clarendon Hills | Viki Gonia/for Sun-Times Media
Kimberly Carlini, Theresa LeBaron and Amy Draudt, all of Clarendon Hills | Viki Gonia/for Sun-Times Media
Lou and Judi Thomas of Clarendon Hills with Robin and John McGinnis  of Chicago | Viki Gonia/for Sun-Times Media
Michelle Herrick and Hilary Sefton, both of Clarendon Hills | Viki Gonia/for Sun-Times Media
Scott and Traci Fries of Homer Glen with Amy and Andy Williams of Clarendon Hills | Viki Gonia/for Sun-Times Media
Jennifer and Scott McCabe with Gisele and Steve Crowe, all of Northbrook | Viki Gonia/for Sun-Times Media

Members and friends of the Clarendon Hills Auxiliary Chapter of the Infant Welfare Society gathered at the Union League Club of Chicago for their appropriately-themed Snow Ball Gala on Jan. 25.

The event attracted 255 guests who braved the weather to raise a glass and raise funds in honor of the cause.

Guests enjoyed cocktails and dinner in the beautiful, art-filled room at the Club.

The evening included a silent auction that featured packages of specialty-brew beer and wine and in-home dinner parties plus a live auction, as well as a performance art show by Elliot from Artbeat Live and dancing to the Al Sophia Band.

Clarendon Hills Infant Welfare Society President Suzanne Austin, Co-chairwomen Megan Caplis and Jessica Cooper and the CEO of the Infant Welfare Society Robin McGinnis all spoke about the mission and purpose of the Society.

The event raised more than $80,000, all of which will go directly to the Infant Welfare Clinic to help support its programs. The clinic helps more than 13,000 women and children every year with medical, dental, optometric and mental health services.

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