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Renaissance Ball in Oklahoma City


Jeanne Hoffman Smith, Martha Williams, Meg Salyer.

It was a sold- out crowd at the 41st annual Renaissance Ball at the Oklahoma City Golf & Country. The event benefitted The Oklahoma City Museum of Art.


It was the first Ball of the fall season and the 430 guests dined in a ballroom filled with gold vases with white roses, white orchids, blue hydrangeas and blue and white delphiniums before dancing to the music of Souled Out. 

Cynda and Larry Ottaway were Ball Chairmen.

  Martha Vose Williams and the late Dr. G. Rainey Williams were honored as longtime supporters and friends of the OKCMOA. Martha Williams was recognized at the beginning of the event with a special toast.

The blue and white theme was inspired by the Jazz series Matisse exhibit which is at the Museum.

115 guests attended the Ball’s Late Night after party which started at 9:30 p.m. and featured Disc Jockey Lucy Wrubel from Dallas.

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