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‘Glee’ Gala Benefits for Children

Tony Peters Exhibition Opens at the K. Nathan Gallery

By Margo Schwab

Center for Children Benefit

First, the Center for Children Gala raised funds with “Glee” at the U.S. Grant Hotel. That was a “Glee-ish” show presented by some very talented children from the center.
The evening got off to high notes with audience participation in a sing-a-long encouraged by San Diego Center for Children’s Executive Director Rana Sampson. More contributing to the cause were Gala co-chairs Doreen Schonbrun and Kathleen Stoughton, Gala honoree co-chairs Olivia and Peter Farrell, and Lisette and Michael Farrell, as well as the evening’s honorees, Laurel and Donald McKahan.
Long-time donor Darlene Shiley was unable to attend but sent a big check to help the San Diego Center for Children. All in all a tremendous contribution to help the center’s  mission to aid children and adolescents suffering with mental health issues and re-directing them toward a healthier future through creative programs such as music and dance.
To learn more about the San Diego Center for Children, visit

Tony Peters at the K. Nathan Gallery

Meanwhile, across town in La Jolla, a very cool art opening took place at the K. Nathan Gallery. The gallery has long been known as San Diego’s premiere source for early Californian and pre-1970 paintings collected by a local and  international who’s who.
For this evening, one of the ‘it’ artists of the contemporary California art scene, Tony Peters, was the feature. As such, the gallery was soon packed with art enthusiasts and collectors who appreciate and covet Peters’ vision of the urban landscape. As explained by Keith N. Kelman from the gallery, Peters’ most recent honors include the prestigious Urban Landscape Award from the California Art Club.
To learn more about Tony Peters and the K. Nathan Gallery, visit

For more photos of this awards reception and other events, visit To contact Margo Schwab, e-mail her at

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