Red Carpet: SF Foundation honors civic leaders

SF Foundation Community Leadership Awards: The San Francisco Foundation presented its 2010 award winners last week with cash honors and a celebration at the Herbst Theatre. Awardees included Dr. Washington Burns, Anna Halprin, Sylvia Rosales-Fike and the East Bay Asian Local Development Corp. Outstanding San Francisco public high school students Oscar Alfredo Figueroa-Flores, Emalata Paea, Noe Rivas, Moneace Smith, Ana Gabriela Avalos Tizol, Fany Chan Xu and Weichao “Steven” Zhuo also were honored.

Koret serves Agassi award

Koret Foundation Awards Luncheon: Last week at the Bently Reserve, tennis great Andre Agassi received the 2010 Koret Prize for his commitment to creating opportunities for disadvantaged youths, including establishing a foundation for education, opening a college-prep charter school and encouraging other athletes to pursue philanthropic efforts.  

A model success at Bulgari

Bulgari celebrates Tatiana Sorokko: On Sept. 23 at its San Francisco boutique, the luxury retailer, Harper’s Bazaar magazine and civic leaders celebrated Russian model Tatiana Sorokko’s U.S. fashion exhibition debut and its accompanying catalog, “Extending the Runway: Tatiana Sorokko Style.”

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