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Capital Club Channels Ol’ Blue Eyes At 19th Annual Summer Sinatra Soiree!

By Daniel Swartz on July 15, 2011
Be sure to check out all 151 of our photographs from this event HERE!
The Guest List:
Adam David Schaffner, Alex Auman, Alex Gagné: 1 | 2, Allison Prescott, Ava Deylami, Brooke A. Henderson, Candace Rapp: 1 | 2 | 3, Caroline MacMillan, Cori Sue Morris, Courtney Stecker, Daniela Kelley: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4, David Anderson, Donald Syriani, Elizabeth Lauten: 1 | 2, Emily Bolton: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5, Eric Neuhaus, Fritz Brogan: 1 | 2, James Thorsen: 1 | 2, Janine Pesusich: 1 | 2 | 3, Jeannine Malek Mercurio, Jocelyn Waller, Judy Mayka, Julie Collins: 1 | 2 | 3, Keisha Byrd, Keri O'Connor, Kevin Hinton, Kristen Murdock: 1 | 2, Kristina D'Ambrosio, Lauren Yalich, Leigh Anne Arnold, Lindsey Becker, Lucia Carromba, Maggie Pitts, Makeda Saggau-Sackey, Mark White, Maureen Shanahan, Meaghan Smith, Michael White, Robert Ransom, Roxana Serbanescu, Sarah Grady: 1 | 2, Sepideh Sarreshteh, Someya Radbod, Stacy Hadeka: 1 | 2 | 3, Stephanie Fontenot: 1 | 2 | 3, Todd Flournoy, Toni Henderson, Trent Hartwig: 1 | 2, Vlady Tintchev, Win Huffman: 1 | 2, Zach Hinton
PENN QUARTER -- The Chairman of the Board himself would have been proud of the summertime styles on display Thursday night, as The Capital Club hosted its annual ‘Sinatra Soiree’ fundraiser inside the massive atrium of the National Building Museum.

Capital Club President Win Huffman and Vice President Fritz Brogan.

A Washington, D.C.-based social club and non-profit organization, The Capital Club organizes a series of popular events each year, with proceeds benefiting a variety of both local and national charities, including the Trey Lefler Memorial Scholarship Fund at the University of the South.

Membership to the organization is strictly limited to 100 Washingtonian men (sister organization The Madison provides similar opportunities to women) and the rare open spot is coveted by many a recent Georgetown graduate.

Now in its nineteenth year, the summertime ‘Sinatra Soiree’ invites hundreds of revelers from all over the country (several travel down from New York, Boston, etc. just for the occasion) to don their favorite seersucker jackets, madras pants, and crisp evening dresses to swing, jive, and wail the night away to the big band era sounds of Frank Sinatra, with a handful of Top 40 hits intermixed during the live band’s rest breaks.

Suffice it say, any “Strangers in the Night” were good friends by the time the party wrapped-up!

Be sure to check out all 151 of our photographs from this event HERE!
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