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5:30 pm at the World Cafe Live at the Queen in Wilmington

Attendees will enjoy classic Sinatra sounds from Sean Reilly, great Motown grooves of DJ Mech, hors d’oeuvres, select beer and wine and an exciting silent auction along with the awards presentation. Past CLA winners, Hal Real, President & CEO World Cafe Live and Real World Entertainment and John Hawkins, President & CEO, ab+c Creative Intelligence are the events Honorary Co-Chairs. Complimentary parking for the event will be available in the Renaissance Center Garage on 5th Street immediately adjacent to World Cafe Live.  Enter 5th Street from either N. Market or King streets.

Tickets are $50 and can be purchased at www.2012cla.eventbrite.com. For more information, visit www.downtownwilmington.com.

2012 CityLife Award Winners:
Wilmingtonian of the Year—Hon. James M. Baker
Entrepreneur of the Year—Jack & Gemma Buckley
Rising Star of the Year—Michael Kalmbach
Partnership of the Year—JPMorgan Chase/Food Bank of DE/Eastside Community School
Neighborhood of the Year—2nd & LOMA

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