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NEW YORK: FCB Worldwide recognized two interns following a graduation ceremony held at the Chase Manhattan Conference Center. Both worked at the shop this summer under the American Association of Advertising Agencies' Multicultural Advertising Intern Program. Gathered for a photo are (from l., seated): interns Dianne Smith and Okwa Okon; (standing) Angel Rivera, manager of corporate diversity initiatives, True North Communications; Tiffany Warren, manager of diversity programs, Four A's; and Judy Kemp, senior VP-director of human resources, FCB Worldwide.

PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF.: Hearst Magazines and Toyota Motor Corp.'s Lexus Division hosted a cocktail party at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance last month. Among attendees (from l.): celebrity host Lauren Hutton; Lois Miller, group advertising director, Hearst Group; and Jeff Hamill, VP-advertising, Hearst Magazines.

MINNEAPOLIS: Golf pro Chuck Moran (c.) congratulates this foursome, which took first place at the Senior PGA Coldwell Banker Classic Pro-Am (from l.): Ed Erhardt, president, ESPN ABC Sports Customer Marketing & Sales; Harv Furman, associate media director, Campbell Mithun; Les Mauser, chief financial officer, Campbell Mithun; and Betsy Burgeson, VP-director of broadcast media, Martin/Williams.

NEW YORK: Mademoiselle tossed a party for advertisers at Whiskey Park. Among the celebrants (from l.): Debra Annarumma, consumer products manager, Mademoiselle; Bob Severance, associate media director, McCann-Erickson Worldwide; and Lori Burgess, publisher, Mademoiselle.

NORWALK, CONN.: Forbes' American Heritage Group hosted a reception at the Maritime Aquarium for state tourism directors during the Travel Industry Association's Educational Seminar for Tourist Organizations 2000. Attendees (from l.): Carol A. Smith, interim president, American Heritage Group; Lauri Ostrander Klefos, director, New Hampshire Division of Travel & Tourism Development; David DePetrillo, director of tourism, Rhode Island Economic Development Corp.; Mary Jane McKenna, executive director, Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism; Keia A. Benefield, director, Delaware Tourism Office; Edward Dombroskas, executive director, Connecticut Office of Tourism; and Richard F. Snow, editor in chief, American Heritage Group.

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