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Archive for October, 2012

THREE-GLAM-SLAM

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

We hear from New York Social Diary, that TONY award winning actress Cynthia Nixon will be hosting, acclaimed jazz singer Stevie Holland will be performing, and hot clothing designer Shoshanna Lonstein Gruss, will be presenting an award to her father, Zach Lonstein at the 78th Anniversary Benefit and auction for The Blue Card Fund at the Morgan Library and Museum on Monday, October 22.

The Blue Card Fund is a national non-profit organization dedicated to aiding destitute Holocaust survivors. The Benefit will commemorate the 100th anniversary of Raoul Wallenberg, who rescued 100,000 Jews in WWII.

GLAMWIRE gives this event 5 stars for celebrating something so meaningful, in true glam-style!

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Leading Private Air Charter Company Magic Jet Group Celebrates the One-Year Anniversary of its Magic Tree Program

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

The Company Celebrates its one year anniversary of the Magic Tree Program

Magic Jet Group, LLC, is announcing the one-year anniversary of its partnership with the National Forest Foundation (http://www.nationalforests.org). Through its “Magic Tree Program,” Magic Jet Group plants at least ten trees per trip, in honor of each respective client.

The on-demand private jet charter company’s CEO, Stephanie Brooke Friedman said, “We are very excited about continuing the Magic Tree Program to do our part to work toward the restoration and stewardship of our National Forests. In addition to receiving extraordinary service and near wholesale pricing, clients are participating in the restoration of our much valued public lands.”

Over the last year, Magic Jet Group has planted hundreds of trees in honor of their clients. Wes Swaffar, the National Forest Foundation’s Ecosystem Services Program Manager added, “The NFF is very excited to continue this valuable partnership with Magic Jet Group.  Planting these trees helps to improve the health of our National Forests by sequestering carbon, providing clean water, crucial wildlife habitat and enhancing recreational opportunities.”

All trees have been planted on National Forests lands within their native range that have been deforested by natural disasters such as wildfire, insect outbreaks, or wind events. As these trees grow, they will help sequester carbon dioxide, and will release oxygen. Tree-planting helps to offset the carbon dioxide that is emitted by planes during flight.

For further information, visit www.magicjetgroup.com or call (800) 254.0798

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