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NEW YORK: Linda Srere, president-CEO, Young & Rubicam, New York, and Stephanie Kugelman, vice chairman, presented the agency's Fisher-Price account team with a "Tickle Me Elmo Award" for its outstanding work, which led to landing the Sesame Street business. Celebrating the win are (l. to r.): Stephanie Kugelman; Kim Corrigan, senior vice president, account managing director; Linda Srere; Lynn Fisher, vice president, planning director; Marta LaRock, executive vice president, account planner; Kate Seddon, vice president, account director; and Dan Howald, senior vice president, account director.

COLLEGE POINT, N.Y.: The New York Times hosted a reception Sept. 16 at its new color printing facility to introduce color and new sections of the paper. Celebrating the grand opening were (l. to r.): Arthur Sulzberger Jr., publisher, The Times; Jay Schulberg, vice chairman and chief creative officer, Bozell Worldwide; and Dan Cohen, senior VP-advertising, The Times.

COSTA MESA, CALIF.: Bon Appetit hosted a wine and food tasting party for their clients at the Robert Mondavi Wine & Food Center in Costa Mesa, Calif., to meet Lynn Heiler, publisher of Bon Appetit who was visiting from New York. Welcoming her are from (l. to r.): Lisa Radist, Los Angeles manager, Bon Appetit; Skip Barshan, director of marketing and communications, Canon Computer Systems; Locke Jones, director of public relations, Australian Travel Headquarters; and Lynn Heiler, publisher, Bon Appetit.

DENVER: The Network of City Business Journals, The Denver Business Journal and Sprint hosted "Growing Your Business Into the Next Century," a workshop for small business entrepreneurs held Sept. 17 at the Adam's Mark Denver Hotel. Pictured are (l. to r.): Scott Bemis, publisher, The Denver Business Journal; Karl Mecklenburg, keynote speaker and former linebacker for the Denver Broncos; and Ann Morris, group regional director, business services, Sprint.

MANCHESTER, VA.: At this year's Scientific American's 1997 sales meeting there was a special seminar on falconry, led by Rob Waite (far l.), manager of the British School of Falconry. Magazine staffers who handled and flew the birds were (second from l. to r.): Diane Schube, promotion manager, Timothy Whiting, sales rep, New York; Debra Silver, sales rep, San Francisco; Randy James, sales rep, Detroit; Kate Dobson, associate publisher-ad director; Roy Edwards, international ad director, London; and Thomas Portratz, sales representative, New York.

NEW YORK: Gourmet held its second annual "America's Top Tables" awards luncheon at Restaurant Daniel Sept 15. Contest winners and industry executives from (top l. to r.): Daniel Boulud, owner of Restaurant Daniel, voted No. 1 in New York; Drew Neiporent, owner of Nobu and Montrachet, which both made the New York top 20; and Gina Sanders, publisher, Gourmet. And (bottom l. to r.): Nina Altschiller, general manager, marketing and communications, Wool Bureau; and

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