Lost Oasis 2011 Recap
Nearly 400 mambo-chic guests attended the 17th Annual Lost Oasis: Mythic Mambo benefit on Saturday, June 11.Hosted by Artemis, the Young Professionals Guild of Fernbank, this energetic party netted nearly $125,000 for children's programming at the Museum, making it one of the most successful in the event's history.
Guests had the opportunity to take dance lessons from Salsambo Dance Studio, strike a pose in the mythic creatures photo booth, and enjoyed Latin themed cuisine from A Divine Event.
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Co-chaired by Rupal & Horacio Romero and Rob Schuler, Artemis' annual Lost Oasis benefit combined a fantastic party, great cause and salsa dancing while drawing together hundreds of young professionals who care about the cultural vitality of Metro Atlanta.
The event, sponsored in part by AT&T and The Coca-Cola Company, also celebrated the special exhibition Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns & Mermaids, featuring a festive atmosphere, open bars with specialty cocktails, an incredible silent auction, a prize drawing giveaway, live music by Atlanta Beat, as well as dance lessons and performances by Salsambo Dance School throughout the evening.
Lost Oasis 2012 will be held Saturday, June 9.
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We are grateful for our 2011 Lost Oasis: Mythic Mambo sponsors:
Platinum Silent Auction Sponsor
Isdell Family Foundation
King & Spalding
The Home Depot
Joan & Richard Whitcomb
Abreu Charitable Trust
Alston + Bird
Ernst & Young, LLP
Mr. & Mrs. Randolph Moore
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