October 09, 2010 - Big Brothers Big Sisters Deja Vu Ball "HOMECOMING"
Where: Bahia Mar Beach Resort
When: October 9, 2010
Beneficiary: Big Brothers Big Sisters Broward County
Mistress of Ceremonies: Ana Cedeno
Master of Ceremonies: Doug Jones
Entertainment: Sixth Star Entertainment
Music: THE EDGE
Board of Directors: JACK CAMBARERI, TRACY WEINTRAUB, JULIE STAUB, DAVID LEVY, DAVID GREENBERGER, LEON GARZA, JORGE GUTIERREZ, GREGORY HAILE, DOUG JONES, SCOTT MAGER, TRACI MILLER, CAROL MOROCO, LISA NAYMIK, RENEE QUINN, LOCKSLEY RHODEN, DANIEL ROTHFELD, DANIELLE SARGEANT, COLEEN STERNS LEITH, BUDDY TUCHMAN, SAMANTHA WELCH, SHAWN WOODEN
Blacktie Photos by: Ginny Fujino, Blacktie-Southflorida
2010 DEJA VU benefiting the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward came to the Bahia Mar Beach Resort beginning with a cocktail party reception featuring signature drinks and a silent auction. Guest were greeted with the DJ sounds of DJ Boogie Brent 102.7, spinning his musical memories.
Guests then entered the Commodore Ballroom to the music of The Edge and enjoyed a Groovy Grand Buffet. Doug Jones & Ana Cedeno welcomed the guests and presented the Child Advocate Awards to Nat Moore (who wasn't able to attend but sent a heartfelt video acceptance speech). Accepting the award for Nat Moore was Shawn Wooden. Also recognized with the Child Advocate Award was Bill Fauerbach, Publix, a long time supporter of Big Brothers Big Sisters and Tom & Ginny Miller, also long time supporters of Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Then the entertainment extravaganza began, presented by Sixth Star Entertainment, with a dance presentation by the exciting Sixth Star dancers and a medly of songs from an amazing Donna Summer look a like.
Guests then continued to dance the night away to the music of The Edge.
"What if everyone fulfilled their potential? What if every child was put on the right path today? What if every child in America graduated high school, went to college, and gave back to their communities. What could that start? It might be the start of something 'BIG'. Because every time you donate time or money to help a child reach their potential, you start something 'BIG'."