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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    Festival of Tables, the annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s programs that help women and children, made history this yeas by raising the most money yet in the event’s 26-years. Held at the Sheraton uptown, it attracted more than 500 guests who enjoyed an afternoon featuring a display of decorated tables, a silent auction and a luncheon. The emcee was WCNC-TV anchor Sonja Gantt; the keynote speaker Joan Zimmerman, founder of Southern Shows, gave an inspiring talk. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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