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10th Annual 'Madison & Mistletoe' Celebration Goes Nuts At Washington Club

By Daniel Swartz on December 17, 2012
Be sure to check out all 118 of our photographs from this event HERE!
The Guest List:
Andrea Burdette: 1 | 2 | 3, Andrew Gaeckle, Angie Jusino: 1 | 2, Ashli Edmund, Bertha Lidia Flores, Bill Collier, Carolyn Palowitch, Cori Sue Morris: 1 | 2 | 3, Courtney Jane Rosellini: 1 | 2, Daniel Morgan Heider, David Tafuri, Doug Stone, Elizabeth Kane, Emily Elms: 1 | 2, Erin Hickey, Erin Korte Hatten, Fran Holuba, Heather Darázs: 1 | 2, Helen Knight, India Moorhouse: 1 | 2, Jennifer Pierotti: 1 | 2 | 3, Jessica Ann: 1 | 2, Jessica Haese Spitaleri: 1 | 2, Joel Cas: 1 | 2 | 3, Josie Taylor: 1 | 2, Kelly McDonald, Khrystyna Kushnir: 1 | 2, Kimberleigh Dubois, Kristina Palangi: 1 | 2, Kyla Lawrence, Lacy Quarles: 1 | 2, Laura DiLibero, Lauren Hickey, Lauren Moore, Lauren Spivey, Lauren Turner, Leigh Maxwell, Lorena Trejo, Maureen Shanahan: 1 | 2, Michelle Fantone, Nicholas Karnaze: 1 | 2, Nicole Mort, Rachel Williams: 1 | 2, Reth Lekkim, Rob Barcellona, Ryan Seelbach, Sondra Ortagus, Stephanie Fontenot: 1 | 2, Tristin Elizabeth Monroe
All photos by Jeff Martin for

DUPONT CIRCLE -- Boasting all of the trappings of a festive holiday affair, professional, civic, and social organization The Madison celebrated the tenth anniversary of its signature wintertime fundraiser on Saturday evening, inside the marbled walls of Dupont's historic The Washington Club.

Playfully titled 'Madison & Mistletoe', the event serves first and foremost as an end of year party for the non-profit's members and their guests, with a dollop of charitable fundraising thrown in for good measure.

Back by popular request this weekend, rock/rhythm and blues band Doug Clark's Hot Nuts had been reenlisted to ensure the 'ultimate dance floor experience'.

And corporate sponsorships from Deep Eddy Vodka, Jim Beam, SkinnyGirl, and George (which hosted the official after party) maximized the night's charitable haul.

Like all of The Madison's events over the past year, proceeds raised from Saturday's gathering will be donated to No Greater Sacrifice, an organization dedicated to the children of fallen and wounded U.S. Armed Service members.

Since it was first founded in 2004, The Madison has raised more than $100,000 in support of local charities despite its membership being limited to only 100 members from around the D.C. metro area.

Talking about making spirits bright...

Be sure to check out all 118 of our photographs from this event HERE!
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