Beacon Hill Gala Plans Are Underway

October 22, 2015
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By Suzanne Besser

With the air growing crisp and the days shortening, thoughts are turning to one of the neighborhood’s most pleasant cold weather events, the Beacon Hill Gala that annually brings scores of neighbors together for an evening of dining and dancing.

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Left to Right: Taylor Prince and Georgina Winthrop of Grogan & Co., Co-Chairs Deb Hanley and Kimberlea Tracy, and BHCA Chair Keeta Gilmore recently kicked off plans for the 2016 Beacon Hill Gala at Grogan and Company, fine art and jewelry auctioneers on Charles Street. (Missing from picture is Co-Chair Sandra Massey)

Left to Right: Taylor Prince and Georgina Winthrop of Grogan & Co., Co-Chairs Deb Hanley and Kimberlea Tracy, and BHCA Chair Keeta Gilmore recently kicked off plans for the 2016 Beacon Hill Gala at Grogan and Company, fine art and jewelry auctioneers on Charles Street. (Missing from picture is Co-Chair Sandra Massey)

ppeal, the annual Gala is the major fundraiser for the Beacon Hill Civic Association, which has worked for 93 years to preserve the neighborhood’s historic nature and enhance its quality of life. The popular event takes place Saturday, February 6, 2016 at the Four Seasons Hotel.

The Gala committee chairs are Kimberlea Jeffries of Brimmer Street, Sandra Massey of Mt. Vernon Street and Deb Hanley of Chestnut Street. Grogan & Company, who is a sponsor of the Gala, has donated use of their gallery space for meetings as well as the design and marketing skills of Gallery Manager Georgina Winthrop.

For other sponsorship opportunities, call the BHCA at 617-277-1922.

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