Dinner By Design People’s Choice Award winner announced


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From left, first row, LHS Trustee Elaine Shepard; Peoples Choice Award Winner Eloise Butovich, of Central Park Flowers; LHS Trustee Dalida OMalley and Pat Kiefer, representing runner-up JK Designs. Second row, Joshua Mast and Paul Blackledge, of POSH, runner-up; LHS Trustees Don Frederickson, Michael Gilmartin, Linda Lynett and Ella Rayburn and LHS Executive Director Mary Ann Moran Savakinus.


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SCRANTON, — The Lackawanna Historical Society is pleased to announce the People’s Choice Award Winners for Dinner by Design, held March 4-6 at POSH @ The Scranton Club. Central Park Flowers was selected as the winner, second place was a tie between JK Designs and POSH, and third place was awarded to MCR Productions.

At Dinner by Design, professional designers create a feast for the eyes, presenting unique and innovative table designs and event spaces. Other designers who participated include Bella Faccias, Basement Surprises, On & On, Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science and Art, Ambiance Event Planning and Floral Design, B’s Floral Design, Forget-Me-Not Vintage Rentals, Patchwork Planning, Harvest Catering and Events, Nada & Co., the Scranton Cultural Center, and RetroChic Home Decor and Accessories.

From left, first row, LHS Trustee Elaine Shepard; Peoples Choice Award Winner Eloise Butovich, of Central Park Flowers; LHS Trustee Dalida OMalley and Pat Kiefer, representing runner-up JK Designs. Second row, Joshua Mast and Paul Blackledge, of POSH, runner-up; LHS Trustees Don Frederickson, Michael Gilmartin, Linda Lynett and Ella Rayburn and LHS Executive Director Mary Ann Moran Savakinus.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_ABJ-Dinner-by-Design-Winners.jpgFrom left, first row, LHS Trustee Elaine Shepard; Peoples Choice Award Winner Eloise Butovich, of Central Park Flowers; LHS Trustee Dalida OMalley and Pat Kiefer, representing runner-up JK Designs. Second row, Joshua Mast and Paul Blackledge, of POSH, runner-up; LHS Trustees Don Frederickson, Michael Gilmartin, Linda Lynett and Ella Rayburn and LHS Executive Director Mary Ann Moran Savakinus. Submitted photo

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