“Jeff gave so much of himself quietly, without fanfare, without yearning to be recognized. He gave to his family, his friends, and to millions of people around the words. Jeff would certainly be humbled and pleased to have his name associated with an organization like Variety, with such a long and rich tradition of helping children," Muskavito said.
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Some pictures from the night:
|Detroit Junior Jazz Ensemble, playing in the lobby|
|The theme was the "Roaring '20s"|
|"Made in Michigan" table, featuring Better Made chips, Vernor's with|
ice cream, and chicken pasties
|Program for the night|
|Aerial view of the lobby, from the second floor of Emagine|
|Seafood and sushi table|
|The event was a gala for Variety, |
the Children's Charity
|Co-chairs Kathy Broock Ballard and Len Dillon,|
with Paul Glantz, owner of Emagine, at the podium