WASHINGTON: Working Mother honored working mothers in the U.S. with a reception hosted by first lady and working mother Hillary Rodham Clinton (r.). Also attending were: Jay MacDonald, president-CEO, MacDonald Communications Corp.; and Judsen Culbreth, editor in chief, Working Mother.
NEW YORK: Children's Television Workshop kicked off the recent Toy Fair with its own bash at the "Sesame Street" studio. Hoping for a chance to tickle CTW's Elmo character are (l. to r.): Jeff Haley, VP-advertising, CTW; Michael Knopf, media planner, Elizabeth Brunt, assistant media director, and Bette Kestin, media planner, all of D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles; Jill Finnegan, senior sales rep, CTW; and Jennifer Porter, media planner, and Tamara Neufield, account exec, both of FCB/Leber Katz Partners.
ATLANTA: Shuffling between morning sessions at the American Association of Advertising Agencies' fourth annual Media Conference & Trade Show were (l. to r.): Joe Ostrow, president, Cable Advertising Bureau; Erwin Ephron, partner, Ephron, P apazian & Ephron; and Steve Farella, exec VP-media director, Jordan, McGrath, Case & Taylor.
FARMINGTON HILLS, MICH.: Attending a dinner party at Tribute, hosted by Hearst Magazines following the recent 1997 North American International Auto Show Black-Tie Charity Preview were (l. to r.): John Keilly, brand manager, Ford Motor Co .'s Lincoln-Mercury Division; Sheri Keilly; Kim Richards; Mike Richards, brand manager, Lincoln-Mercury; Kathy Thorpe, Detroit manager, Redbook; Randy Stewart, portfolio brand strategy manager, Ford's Ford Division; Jeanie Stewart; and T. R. Shepard III, publisher, Redbook.
NEW YORK: Enjoying a quiet moment in the Men's Health Urban Spa at the New York Men's Show were (l. to r.): Sean Flanagan, associate publisher, Men's Health; and Stan Tucker, fashion director, and Ann Weathersby, associate fashion direct or, both of Saks Fifth Avenue.
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