Trish and George Vradenburg Honored at Arts for the Aging 27th Annual Gala

AFTA honorees Trish and George Vradenburg with Lola Reinsch and Clayton Eisinger.
Photo by Mary Bird
AFTA honorees Trish and George Vradenburg with Lola Reinsch and Clayton Eisinger.

“Creating New Horizons” was the theme of AFTA’s Oct. 27 event, hosted at the Society of the Cincinnati's Anderson House. The late Lolo Sarnoff, a Swiss-German artist, scientist, entrepreneur and philanthropist, founded AFTA to bring the arts and provide life-enhancing and innovative experiences to impaired, vulnerable and isolated older adults. Olga and Bob Ryan co-chaired the evening. The Phillips Collection Director Dorothy Kosinski presented the seventh Annual Sarnoff Award to Trish and George Vradenburg for their dedication to addressing the impact of Alzheimer’s disease and their lifelong engagement in the arts. AFTA teaching artists provided entertainment.

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