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GREENSBORO, N.C.: Integrated marketing communications shop Bouvier Kelly kicked off its 25th year of service with a January reception at the O. Henry Hotel, followed by a concert by the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra. Attending the event were (l. to r.) Attorney Carole Bruce; Beth Hunt of client Precision Fabrics Group; and Denny Kelly, Bouvier Kelly exec VP.

LOS ANGELES: During the US magazine-sponsored first annual Costume Designer Guild Awards at the Beverly Hills Hotel, US Publisher Larry Burstein (c.) entertained two of the stars from Fox's "Party of Five": Lacey Chabert (l.) and Paula Devicq. Ms. Chabert, Ms. Devicq and US Editor Charlie Leerhsen co-presented the award for general excellence in costume design -- TV.

LOS ANGELES: The Advertising Club of Los Angeles talked movie marketing at a recent luncheon at the Beverly Hills Hilton. On hand were (from l.) Wally Snyder, president-CEO, American Advertising Federation; Brad Ball, president-domestic theatrical marketing, Warner Bros., and luncheon keynote speaker; Jerry McGee, exec VP-managing director, Ogilvy & Mather, Los Angeles, and ACLA co-president; Joe Bennett, account exec, Blair Television, and AD2 president of ACLA; Dave Park, chairman, DDB Needham Worldwide, Los Angeles; and Janet Kennedy, AAF VP.

NEW YORK: The newest menbers of the One Club Creative Hall of Fame, Wieden & Kennedy's David Kennedy and Dan Wieden, were inducted recently at the Metropolitan Club. On hand to celebrate were Hall of Fame members (from l.) Phyllis K. Robinson, Ed McCabe, Lee Clow and Messrs. Kennedy and Wieden.

d NEW YORK: Griffin Bacal and Hasbro kicked up their heels at a Swing Dance Party celebrating Toy Fair '99. Swingers included (from l.) Tom Griffin and Joe Bacal, co-chairmen; Julius Weil, creative director; and Paul Kurnit, president, all of Griffin Bacal; Tom Dusenberry, president, Hasbro Interactive; and Gerry

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