published Sunday, March 16th, 2014

Living and Giving Photo Gallery — March 16

Bacchanalia celebrates Mardi Gras

What: The Chattanooga Bach Choir's Mardi Gras party, Bacchanalia, drew its largest crowd of guests to date, according to chairwoman Merilee Milburn. The fundraiser started with a warm-up party in the Sheraton Read House before a revelers took part in a strut up Chestnut Street to the Walden Club, where 134 guests enjoyed a gourmet dinner, Mardi Gras mask contest, the crowning of the Mardi Gras royalty and dancing to music of Booker T. Scruggs.

Benefits: Operational expenses of the Chattanooga Bach Choir.


Taste serves up 20 specialties of the house

What: Twenty local restaurants and caterers served their specialties to more than 300 guests attending Taste at Stratton Hall.

Benefits: The Kidney Foundation of Greater Chattanooga.

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