Pasadena Child Development Associates will celebrate its Fifth Annual Harvest Moon Dinner and Art Auction on Saturday in South Pasadena.
Pasadena Child Development Associates celebrated its fifth annual Harvest Moon Dinner and Art Auction Saturday night in South Pasadena with a lavish party at the home of Mario and Therese Molina on Chelten Way.
The nonprofit group, which serves children with special needs, presented the Stanley I. Greenspan, M.D. Humanitarian Award to attorney Mark Woodsmall.
The lavish event attracted a large crowd of about 250 people.
Woodsmall is the founder of the San Gabriel Valley-based Woodsmall Law Group that practices exclusively in the areas of special education, regional center matters, special needs trust planning and conservatorship.
In addition to his law practice, Woodsmall is on the faculty of the USC Gould School of Law as a professor adjunct, teaching in the area of special education law. He also serves as the chair of the board of Autism Speaks – Southern California.
“We are so happy to recognize Mark Woodsmall for his positive impact on meeting the challenges of improving the lives of children with special needs,” said Dr. Diane Cullinane, executive director of Pasadena Child Development Associates.
The celebratory evening featured live music, gourmet foods and wines, art, jewelry, and home décor auctions.
Proceeds from ticket sales and auction items will benefit Pasadena Child Development Associates.
For more information about the event or Pasadena Child Development Associates, please call (626) 793-7350, Ext. 281, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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