Their goal was to "hit it out of the park."
The 2011 Pink Tie Ball, produced by the Orange County affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, recently took place at Angel Stadium. The benefit event drew nearly 400 guests and netted $310,000, earmarked for
The unusual pink-tie evening at the
Major sponsorship came from the
The outfield served as a backdrop for the party.
Arriving guests were escorted onto the field by students from the Sunburst Youth Challenge Academy, an at-risk youth program run by the
A three-course dinner prepared by the
Komen for the Cure is the world's largest network of
Spotted in the crowd at Angel Stadium were Komen's Orange County Executive Director Lisa Wolter and local board President Sue Parks. Also front and center for the cause were Eric Finley, Siew Peng Yap, Lawrence Pasternack, Mike Paz, and Hall of Fame inductee
The philanthropic Ed Arnold, anchor for
For more information on the Orange County affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, visit http://www.komenoc.org or call (714) 957-9157.