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Cleveland Hungarian Development Panel's Paprika! Ball, February 24, 2007

2/24/2007 - The Cleveland Hungarian Development Panel Cordially invites you to the 2007 Paprika Benefit Ball Honoring Jerry Torma:

"Romancing The Music"

Roberto McCausland Dieppa on Piano February 24, 2007

The Ritz-Carlton Grand Ballroom
1515 West Third Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44113

Featuring: Roberto McCausland Dieppa on Piano
Recipient of Pro Hungaria Award

  • 6:00 p.m.: Cocktails, Silent Auction
  • 7:30 p.m.: Ballroom Doors Open
  • 7:45 p.m.: Grand Promenade
    • Greetings
    • Hungarian Gourmet Dinner
    • Special Appearance by: Miss Ohio 2006, Melanie Murphy
  • 10:00 p.m.: Dessert
  • 10:30 p.m.: Silent Auction Closes

Black Tie
Please R.S.V.P. by February 16, 2007

Tables of Ten
$4,000.00 ($3,000.00 tax deductible)
$3,000.00 ($2,000.00 tax deductible)
$2,000.00 ($1, 000.00 tax deductible)
$175.00 Per Person ($75.00 tax deductible)

For additional information please call:
Marika H. Megyimori - 440-871-2796
P.O. Box 23234
Chagrin Falls, OH

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About Jerry J. Torma:
Jerry is Director of Compensation and International Human Relations Nordson Corporation. He serves on numerous boards including Bowling Green State University's International Business Board; The Cleveland Council on World Affairs; and recently The Cleveland Hungarian Revolution 50th Anniversary Committee (CHR50). He is a renowned authority on international workforce management and a tireless advocate of the Hungarian-American community.

The Cleveland Hungarian Development Panel (CHDP) is a non-profit organization of dedicated volunteers who recognize the need to promote and support educational and cultural ties between Americans and Hungarians. The mission of the CHDP is to provide assistance and the exchange of ideas for Hungarian projects in the areas of commerce, education, health and human services.

The Cleveland Hungarian Development panel is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization funded by contributions from corporations and individuals. Over One Million Dollars funded by C.H.D.P. between 1991-2006 [see the projects]

P.O. Box 23234
Chagrin Falls, OH

The Cleveland Hungarian Development Panel

  • President, Carolyn Balogh
  • Vice President, Marika H. Megyimori
  • Treasurer, Tom Smith
  • Funding Chair, Steven Reger
  • Legal Counsel, Andrew Ladanyi
  • Carol T. Zsulva, Secretary

Benefit Committee

  • Paprika! Benefit Chair, Marika H. Megyimori
  • Paprika! Silent Auction Chair, Marika H. Megyimori
  • James & Carolyn Balogh
  • Andrew Gross
  • Albert L. & Andrea Ladanyi
  • Stephen Tokar
  • Steven Balogh
  • Jim & Cathy Hackney
  • John & Marika Megyimori
  • Jerry Torma
  • Aniko & Tibor Bartfai
  • Istvan & Monika Hargitai
  • Marika S. Megyimori
  • Kate Uhlir
    Laszlo & Georgianna Bojtos
  • Theodore Horvath
  • Elaine Price
  • John & Mary Lou Uray
  • Anita Bojtos-Luksa
  • John & Edit Juhasz
  • Steven & Sally Reger
  • Alan & Mary Ann Waddle
  • Jenny & Glenn Brown
  • Aniko Trombitas Kalnoki
  • Walter & Zsuzsa Rzasnicki
  • Laszlo & Judith Zala
  • Judith & Edde Cinti
  • George Kitzberger & Pauline Ramig
  • Tom & Kori Smith
  • Carol T. Zsulya
  • Shirley Ferenczy
  • Gregory & Ildiko Kondray
  • John Szucs
  • Margit Fries
  • Margaret Kotnik
  • Istvan & Lisa Tamoga

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