Right on: Georgetown citizens get down

Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak with Nancy Taylor Bubes
Robert Devaney
Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak with Nancy Taylor Bubes

We always knew we could do it . . . again. The Citizens Association of Georgetown boogied down at the Russian Embassy for its annual gala, Oct. 15. Chaired by CAG president Jennifer Altemus, Nancy Taylor Bubes and Lesley Lee, the gala hustled with The Right On Band providing its high-energy '70s music. Remember "Disco Inferno," "Love Train" and "I Will Survive"? Barbara Downs and Anna Fuhrman were the evening's honorees for their contributions to this unique town, and Carol Joynt ran the live auction. Friends enjoyed each other, the buffet, vodka and caviar, and danced until "The Last Dance." Seen on the dance floor or along the gonga line: Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak and his wife Natalia, councilman Jack Evans and his wife Michelle, former councilman Vincent Orange and his wife Gwendolyn, Rokas Beresniovas of the Georgetown Business Association and his wife Christine -- and many more Georgetowners.

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