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Emily Bakhaus, Spencer Middleton
Leslie and Bill Glenn The crowd enjoyed bites from the Yumbii Food Truck and libations. Photos: Ninh Chau
ANSWER ATLANTA FALL PARTY Woody Gayle, Darby McCamy, Paul Pilcher
The Hill Roberts Band entertained with live funk and blues.
Representatives from New Generation Men were on hand to share information about the nonprofit.
ach year, Answer Atlanta selects a local charity and makes a monetary donation of between $15,000 and $20,000 to the nonprofit. The money is raised by the organizationâ€™s young business professionals who work to find creative solutions to help those less fortunate in the community. This year, the organization hosted a fall party at American Spirit Works Distillery to raise funds for Next Generation Men (NGM), the 2016 selected nonprofit that supports underserved teens through school programs and special events. The party attracted more than 100 attendees, including NGM founders Ian Cohen, Travis Salters and Ben Sperling. Food was provided by the Yumbii Food Truck, and The Hill Roberts Band played funk and blues tunes to entertain party-goers. Approximately $15,000 was raised through ticket sales and donations.
Ben Cowart, Catherine Gayle, Mary Catherine MacKey
Colby Wilson, Jesse Park
Andy and Leah Green
Jim Chasteen, Juliane Walker, David Mills, Suzanne Adams, Charlie Thompson
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