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Conde Nast Media Group, Lexus And Waterkeeper Alliance Eco-Salon Event

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Last night’s fundraiser for the Waterkeeper Alliance was a complete success — and the Razz’s Melissa Rosenberg was on the scene to take some photographs and drop a few notes on the evening. Here are some of her observations:

“Many guests at the Lexus’ Eco Salon benefit for Waterkeeper Alliance drove up to the Chappaqua home of William Wachtel and Annie Zabar in their hybrid cars. Guests mingled throughout three rooms, viewing sustainably design luxury furniture showcased from Uhuru and discussing ways live a more luxury sustainable lifestyle and protect our waters”

“Chairman of Waterkeeper Alliance, Robert F Kennedy, Jr., gave a passionate speech touching on his faith in our new administration, and how we must invest in clean renewable energy to save our environment and create new jobs. The highlight of the evening was Grammy nominated musician, James Blunt who captured the intimate crowd with his talent singing four songs including his mega-hit “You’re Beautiful.” For more information on log onto http://www.waterkeeper.org/

Photos by: Melissa Rosenberg

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