Honorary Chairs Announced for DSOL 30th Annual Presentation Ball

Lisa and Fleming Longorio. Photo by Beborah Brown.

Lisa and Fleming Longorio. Photo by Beborah Brown.

On September 24 Hotel ZaZa was the proud host of  the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Leagues 2016 Presentation Ball  announcement party. Lisa and George Longino will serve as the Honorary Chairs for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League’s 30th Annual Presentation Ball which will be held on February 20, 2016 at the Meyerson Symphony Center.   Next year marks 30 years of DSOL presenting Debutantes since 1987. The Ball is the largest fundraiser for the DSOL. More than $10 million has been raised for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra through the annual event. Founded in 1946, the mission of the DSOL is to support the Dallas Symphony Orchestra through service, education and fundraising activities. Since 1998 the League has contributed more than $13 million in support of the Dallas Symphony Association’s Community Outreach and Education programs, which help bring the wonder of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra to thousands of youths and adults in the Dallas Metroplex.

Paul Labadie and Presentation Ball Chair Nancy Labadie with debutante parents Margaret and Barry Hancock. Photo by Deborah Brown.

Paul Labadie and Presentation Ball Chair Nancy Labadie with debutante parents Margaret and Barry Hancock. Photo by Deborah Brown.

The 2015-16 Debs are: Lauren Beal, Tasha Beal, Sarah Blazejewski, Ashley Clark, Ciara Cooley, Katherine Cullins, Loring Dalton, Mary Catherine Davis, Audrey Dike, Lindsey Elliott, Gail Ewing, Elena Frattaroli, Lizzy Gates, Ashton Gillespie, Linda Gilmore, Lily Guevel, Margaret Hamm, Mary Margaret Hancock, Carolina Henry, Alexandra Henry, McKenzie Hicks, Allison Horn, Maddie Lee, Eleanor Light, Tai Massimilian, Caroline McDaniel, Margaret Mulcahy, Madison Mulligan, Elizabeth Perry, Peyton Porter, Lowrie Reniger, Megan Rooney, Payton Scott, Laura Scully, Callie Stone, Darby Strickland, Abby Tisdale, Kayla Vrij, Meredith Weaver, Allison Weil, Mary Wheat, Morgan Winspear, and Allison Zashin.

 

 

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