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Page 8 POST-GAZETTE, JUNE 24, 2011 8000000cially Set by 00tilda M. Morrill Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program's "Medicine that Matters Gala" Committee co-chairs Stacey and Larry Lucchino, left, with committee members Jennifer and Dennis Eekersley. (Photo by Roger Farrington) Dr. Ernesto Gonzalez, a clinician, investigator and educator in the Department of Dermatology at Massa- chusetts General Hospital, and best-selling author Suzy Welch were recently honored at Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program's "Medicine that Matters Gala" at the Seaport Hotel. Dr. Gonzalez received the "Dr. Jim O'Connell Award," which honors someone who embodies the spirit of BHCHP in providing medical services to the most vulner- able members of society. "Our patients often have unique and complex derma- tological problems, and for many years Dr. Gonzilez has generously given his time, professional expertise and compassionate care to them," said BHCHP Execu- tive Director Robert Taube. Since 1998, Dr. Gonzfilez has treated BHCHP patients on the streets and in clinics. He was instrumental in establishing a clinical rotation at BHCHP in the Harvard Medical School Der- matology Training Program. Suzy Welch received the "Tim Russert Award," given "Medicine that Matters Gala" Emcee Mary Richardson, right, and Honoree Dr. Ernesto Gonzlez at the Seaport Hotel. (Photo by Roger Farrington) Honoree Suzy Welch and BHCHP founder and president Dr. Jim O'Connell. (Photo by Roger Farrington) annually to a person who raises public consciousness on issues of health and homelessness. Welch was the co-chair of BHCHP's first- ever capital campaign. That campaign enabled BHCHP to create Jean Yawkey Place, a renovated historical building that unifies many of BHCHP's core medical services. "From the beginning, Suzy embraced BHCHP's dream of a home characterized by hope, trust, dignity and heal- ing, and she was unwaver- ing in her dedication to mak- ing it a reality," said Jim O'Connell, MD, president of BHCHP. "As the co-chair of our capital campaign, Suzy provided invaluable strategic direction and led the way in engaging the city's business community. She is a dear friend and we are so pleased to be honoring her." Founded in 1985, BHCHP has evolved into the largest and most comprehensive health care for the homeless program in the country, de- livering services to more than 11,000 homeless men, women and children a year at more than 80 shelters and sites. For more informa- tion, visit ........ Greater Boston pho- tographer John Harrison was recently in New York (prior to the Tony Awards) for what he calls his "annual Theatre World Awards ad- venture." His best friend of 50 years, author/drama critic Peter Filichia, emcees the event every year. As it turned out, two of the Theatre World Award win- ners (Ellen Barkin and John Larroquette) would win Tony Awards the following week on June 12. According to John, "It's always a fantastic event and this year was over-the-top sensational. John Lloyd Young, one of the originals in Jersey Boys opened the show singing one of the songs from Jersey Boys. He tore the roof off of the theater .... " By the way, congratula- tions are in order to John who recently appeared on a segment of Emily Rooney's "Greater Boston." For a look, be sure to visit http:// www. wgbh. org / programs / Greater-Boston- 11/episodes/ May-31-201 IRed-Tailed- Hawks-settle-in-Cambridge- 29237. For more information about the Theatre World Awards, visit ....... The Extreme Sailing Series TM at Fan Pier head- lines the 30  anniversary of "Boston Harborfest," the largest Fourth of July cel- ebration in the United States. This fast-paced, highly competitive stadium (Continued on Page 17) John Lloyd Young, one of the original performers in Jersey Boys, opened the 67 th Annual Theatre World Awards singing one of the songs from Jersey Boys. (Photo by John Harrison) Grace Gummer, currently appearing in Tom Stoppard's Arcadia, won a Theatre World Award for her Broadway debut in the production. One of Meryl Streep's daughters, her resemblance to her famous mother is evident. (Photo by John Harrison) Real Estate Matt6o Gallo Appraisals Sales & Rentals 376 North Street Boston, MA 02113 (617) 523-2100 Fax (617) 523-3530 : The Museum of Fine Arts hosted a lavish celebration in honor of Italian Repub- lic Day (Festa Della Repubblica). The event sponsored by the Italian Consulate of Boston welcomed members of Italian organizations, dignitaries and public offi- cials. In photo from left to right: Luciano Graffeo, Pamela Donnaruma Editor/ Publisher Post-Gazette, Frank Privitera and Carolyn Colt. (Photo by Rosario Scabin, Ross Photography)