OKC Events: October 2, 2007

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OKC Events: October 2, 2007


Gilmore, Joan, THE JOURNAL RECORD


Four elegant and rarely open-to-the-public manses opened their doors to members of the prestigious Allied Arts Circle Club for a progressive Sunday brunch. Host homes in the gated community of Outabounds were those of Amy Amundsen, David and Laurie Box, Brad Haines and Carmen Gomez and Mike and Jeary Seikel.

Circle Club members, composed of those donating at least $1,000 each year to Allied Arts, were given home tours, savored exceptional food from city restaurants and heard fabulous musical entertainment by a jazz trio, Shy Oren, and string quartet from the Guy Fraser Harrison Academy. They also were privileged to meet Oklahoma artist Mike Larsen and view his amazing Oklahoma Sunrise, a Centennial portrait that helped create the Allied Arts Centennial Endowment.

Co-chairwomen of the brunch were Jane Helms and Berta Faye Rex. Partnering in presenting the event were Deep Fork Grill, La Baguette, Pearl's and Susie's Catering - Strictly From Scratch. Jenny Kallenberger and Elaine Levy co-chair the Allied Arts Social Committee.

For information about becoming a Circle Club member, call (405) 278-8944.

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