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Beautiful Summer Gathering For Two Good Causes

True to its intergenerational promise, the SAGE/ Callen-Lorde Tea Dance had something for everyone.
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On a beautiful Summer Saturday in the East End, Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, better known as SAGE, and the Callen-Lorde Community Health Center hosted their annual Hamptons Tea Dance at Nova’s Ark Project and Sculpture Park in Water Mill.

Donnie Roberts, development and communications director at Callen-Lorde, and Lynn Faria, chief external affairs officers at SAGE.
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An impressively intergeneration crowd of roughly 1,000 revelers turned out for the event, raising more than $200,000 in critical support for the community’s health needs as well as programs serving the senior population.

Barbara Rosen and her wife Pat Martone.
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For more information on SAGE’s services, visit sageusa.org. Learn about the Callen-Lorde Community Health Center’s services across the city at callen-lorde.org.

Danielle Reda, Carine Cachorro, Dawn Rowan, Judith Kasen-Windsor, Staci Assael, and Manhattan Assemblymember Rebecca Seawright.
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A beautiful day turned out beautiful people.
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Out gay Manhattan State Senator Brad Hoylman (right), with his husband, filmmaker David Sigal.
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Stars from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” provided entertainment.
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And the crowd ate the entertainment up!
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Louis Bradbury is flanked by Steve Saide and his husband Steve Brown.
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Tamar Podell and her wife Cynthia Dames.
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Even in a big crowd, there’s always room for a little secret.
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At any good Tea Dance, there’ s that point at which it’s time to let loose and lose the inhibitions.
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