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Local philanthropists celebrate Best Night Ever with glittering affair at Witte Museum

Local philanthropists celebrate Best Night Ever with glittering affair

Brighton Center Best Night Ever
Louisa Rudy Photo courtesy of Brighton Center
Brighton Center Best Night Ever
The Witte transformed for the evening, even (literally) rolling out the red carpet for the affair. Photo courtesy of Brighton Center
Brighton Center Best Night Ever
Adrienne Sudduth and Zack Sudduth Photo courtesy of Brighton Center
Brighton Center Best Night Ever
Elizabeth Stitz, Ryanne Dalton, Calee Jaskula, Stevie Thompson and Scott Caroselli  Photo courtesy of Brighton Center
Brighton Center Best Night Ever
Guests enjoyed the evening's emcees, Kim Jefferies and Katrina Campbell. Photo courtesy of Brighton Center
Brighton Center Best Night Ever
Kim Jefferies and Katrina Campbell Photo courtesy of Brighton Center
Brighton Center Best Night Ever
Forrest Bowman and Meriel Bowman  Photo courtesy of Brighton Center
Brighton Center Best Night Ever
Guests mingled under a starry San Antonio night sky. Photo courtesy of Brighton Center
Brighton Center Best Night Ever
Brighton Center Best Night Ever
Brighton Center Best Night Ever
Brighton Center Best Night Ever
Brighton Center Best Night Ever
Brighton Center Best Night Ever
Brighton Center Best Night Ever
Brighton Center Best Night Ever

What: Brighton Center's Best Night Ever

Where: The Witte Museum

The lowdown: On November 16, the Brighton Center, which provides developmental and educational services to children of all abilities, hosted its annual Best Night Ever. The Witte Museum was transformed both inside and out for the dazzling affair which serves as a fundraiser for the nonprofit. Guests enjoyed a seated dinner while co-hosts Kim Jefferies and Katrina Campbell treated the audience to a delightful remake of "All That Jazz."

The true stars of the evening were the Brighton Center's children and their families, many of whom joined in the festivities. At the end of the evening, supporters left with a copy of The Story of Ferdinand, the classic children's tale of a bull who would rather smell flowers than fight.

Who: Louisa Rudy, Forrest Bowman and Meriel Bowman, Adrienne Sudduth and Zack Sudduth, Elizabeth Stitz, Ryanne Dalton, Calee Jaskula, Stevie Thompson, Scott Caroselli, Kim Jefferies, and Katrina Campbell.