AFTA’s 27th Annual Gala, Creating New Horizons, was held at The American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati, also known as Anderson House, where Trish and George Vradenburg (left) were given the 7th Lolo Sarnoff Founder’s Award, celebrating their humanitarianism and philanthropy, their dedication to addressing the impact of Alzheimer’s disease, and their lifelong engagement in the arts. Chairs of this year’s gala were Olga and Bob Ryan.  A silent and live auction was held of original sculptures by Lolo Sarnoff and vintage haute jewelry from her collection; works were exhibited created by seniors (like Maebell Saunders pictured right) in Arts for the Aging programs responding to the Founder’s body of art.  View the full gala program here, photos from the evening here, and coverage from the Georgetowner here.