Hot young patrons party beneath the big top for Ronald McDonald House benefit
Cocktails flowed freely at the Dallas Museum of Art for the hundreds of Young Friends of the Ronald McDonald House attending the 10th annual benefit dubbed “Beneath the Big Top.”
The Hamon Atrium filled up quickly with gals in short, sexy dresses and handsome gents in blazers, who bid on silent auction items such as wine and beer tastings, a travel package to Aspen, a Hotel ZaZa staycation, and a suite for a Mavericks game.
Throughout the night, attendees posed for photos with Ronald McDonald and noshed on fun finger foods like soft pretzels, French fries and mini corn dogs. They also raided the candy bar for giant lollipops, chocolate malt balls and chocolate coins.
DJ Lucy Wrubel lured light-hearted supporters to the dance floor with tunes like “The Wobble,” which inspired a spirited crowd to bust a few moves. The circus-themed event showed us that these young professionals know how to let their hair down.
“Every year the party grows more and more,” said Ronald McDonald House CEO Jill Cumnock, proudly.
Seen on the scene: Claire Liedtke, Allie Stensrud, Leigh Johnson, Meghan Looney, Caitlin Clark, Dori Shockley, Anna Chrysikopoulous, Brian Brooks, Michelle Jumonville, Kacey Scott and Jake Scott.