Lost Oasis 2012
A Cause to Roar
On Saturday, June 9, nearly 400 young professionals partied at Lost Oasis: 20 Years of Roar, the most successful Lost Oasis benefit in the event's 18-year history. Honorary Chairs Cara Isdell Lee and Zak Lee and a stellar planning committee led by Ellie and Josh Morris and Adrian Smith, helped raise $206,000 for children's education at Fernbank!
Fashionable patrons in '20s chic outfits sipped on speakeasy cocktails and danced the night away with professional flappers to live music by Kingsized. A fabulous silent auction and prize drawing boosted proceeds by $27,000.
Party-goers created photo strips with Good Karma Booths. The red curtain backdrop and '20s props brought life to the party! As the night was winding down, guests relaxed and mingled in The Star Gallery which was transformed into a retro lounge, lined with white sofas and a delicious dessert bar provided by A Divine Event.
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Thank you to the General Motors Foundation for its generous donation to help Fernbank Museum provide children and youth formative learning experiences in science.
We are grateful for our Lost Oasis 2012: 20 Years of Roar sponsors:
Crawford & Company
May P. & Francis L. Abreu Charitable Trust
Alston & Bird
Ernst & Young, LLP
Donald & Marilyn Keough Foundation
Turner Foundation, Inc.
Joan N. Whitcomb
Mrs. Kara Worthington and Mr. Nik Panagopoulos
Yates Insurance Agency
A Divine Event
Carole Parks Catering
New London Communications
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