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associate publisher and senior vice president, EBONY (13) luncheon attendees (14) Harriette Cole, EBONY creative director and luncheon mistress of ceremonies.
A luncheon honoring BE'S 50 Most Powerful Women in Business was hosted by BMW North America, and Gayle King, editor-at-large of O, The Oprah Magazine, handled the mistress of ceremonies duties.
One of bluegrass' strongest singers and most intense bandleaders, Vincent proves she's also a gracious and generous mistress of ceremonies on this live disc, recorded in her home state of Missouri.
5) Mistress of ceremonies Angela Keen and Hawai'i Meals on Wheels' board members Joanne Kealoha, Dennis Ling, Ed Cruickshank and Lella E.
Television personality Sian Lloyd was the mistress of ceremonies at last night's awards ceremony which was attended by 300 business people and their guests.
Caitriona Bolster of KWAX radio will be the mistress of ceremonies, with "color commentary" by actors Carol Thibeau and Robert Foster.
The evening also featured tap's grande dame, Brenda Bufalino, who served as mistress of ceremonies and who danced a magical duet with honoree Tommy Tune that doubled as a tribute to the late Charles "Honi" Coles.
She had served as mistress of ceremonies at the Women of Achievement event for many years.
Mayor Wellington Webb and Councilwoman Allegra "Happy" Haynes spoke, with Haynes serving as mistress of ceremonies.
Regis Hotel in Detroit with Helen Love one of last year's Leadership Challenge honorees, serving, as mistress of ceremonies.
Announcing the award on Monday evening, Mistress of Ceremonies Stephanie Callister - of BBC News 24 - praised the Daily Mirror's "dramatic use of images".
After totally vanquishing her opponent, Pat switched to her role of mistress of ceremonies and stood, muddy and bloody, in the center of the ring to announce the upcoming match.