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Saratoga After Dark: A Red, White & Blue Triumph For ACS

The annual Star-Spangled gala raised money, awareness and spirits.   

Red, White & Blue Party
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Saratoga After Dark: A Red, White & Blue Triumph For ACS

The annual Star-Spangled gala raised money, awareness and spirits.   

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(from left) Chelsea Moore, Garrett Cobb, Mark Wells, Becky Kendall. (Dori Fitzpatrick)

Saratoga After Dark: A Red, White & Blue Triumph For ACS

The annual Star-Spangled gala raised money, awareness and spirits.   

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The crowd at Prime at Saratoga National. (Dori Fitzpatrick)

Saratoga After Dark: A Red, White & Blue Triumph For ACS

The annual Star-Spangled gala raised money, awareness and spirits.   

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Gift baskets decorated reserved tables. (Dori Fitzpatrick)

Saratoga After Dark: A Red, White & Blue Triumph For ACS

The annual Star-Spangled gala raised money, awareness and spirits.   

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Lizzie Hunter and Richard Pérez-Feria. (Dori Fitzpatrick)

Saratoga After Dark: A Red, White & Blue Triumph For ACS

The annual Star-Spangled gala raised money, awareness and spirits.   

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Lauren Childs and Nick Magina. (Dori Fitzpatrick)

Saratoga After Dark: A Red, White & Blue Triumph For ACS

The annual Star-Spangled gala raised money, awareness and spirits.   

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Hilary Morrison and Eric Huss. (Dori Fitzpatrick)

Saratoga After Dark: A Red, White & Blue Triumph For ACS

The annual Star-Spangled gala raised money, awareness and spirits.   

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Dave Bigler. (Dori Fitzpatrick)

Saratoga After Dark: A Red, White & Blue Triumph For ACS

The annual Star-Spangled gala raised money, awareness and spirits.   

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The party continued into the night, culminating in fireworks. (Dori Fitzpatrick)

Red, white, blue and gourmet barbecue! (Yes, it rhymes.) Those were the secret ingredients at this year’s third annual American Cancer Society Red, White & Blue Party on June 29, at Saratoga National Golf Club—presented by saratoga living.

The well-attended event, which was expertly organized by sl’s Nightlife Editor, Lizzie Hunter, featured a signature ’Merican Mule cocktail, food from Mazzone Catering and live music from Funk Evolution, with a spectacular fireworks display to conclude the night. Honorees included Rising Star Award-winner Peter Gannon and Hero of Hope Award-winner Michael Anson, honored posthumously.

The Red, White & Blue gala was an ideal way to kick off Fourth of July week—and gave the Saratoga community a common mission: to eradicate cancer. (Take a look at some of the photos saratoga living snapped at the event in the photo gallery above.)

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Payton's a senior at Siena College, pursuing a degree in psychology with a minor in business. She was recently an Editorial Assistant at saratoga living magazine.

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