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Gigi and Ed Cramer

September 10, 2010 – La Jolla, CA – The Board of Directors of Voices for Children present “A Starry, Starry Night” A non profit organization, Voices for Children(VFC) advocates the rights of abused children in the courtroom as well as their communities. This organization ensures that children received healthcare, education and basic human needs as they live in the foster care system with the help of court appointed special advocates(CASA). This elegant gala took place at the home of Joan Waitt (honorary chair) for the second year in a row. The evening festivities included cocktails, dinner, a live auction and dancing. Shown here L-R is Gigi and Ed Cramer. ©Renay Johnson

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