Fitness model turned entrepreneur, Katherine Mason, is taking Atlanta’s fitness arena by storm with the opening of her first state-of-the-art fitness studio and luxury active wear boutique, SculptHouse. Open in Buckhead, SculptHouse is the only studio in the world to combine unique fitness programing based on the Lagree Fitness Method and human-powered machinery. Along with the beautifully designed space and fitness-fashion boutique, guests will experience sophisticated equipment including the Megaformer, a full-body strength and conditioning machine, as well as the NFL-endorsed Woodway® Curve treadmill. SculptHouse trainers will deliver classes that are tailored to suit guests’ specific needs with a focus on building long, lean muscle tone and achieving maximum results in minimal time. “We are incredibly excited to bring the ultimate fitness haven to Atlanta,” says Mason. “SculptHouse is bringing innovative technology to the fitness community in a beautiful space that sets the tone for an effective workout.” Sculpthouse.com
Please remember the two easy ways you can earn cash for your local schools when you shop at Target and Amazon Smile. Whether shopping at Target in store or online, link your existing Target REDcard to your local school or consider signing up for a Target credit or debit card and linking it. Just visit Target.com/TCOE to designate Sarah Smith or your local school as your school of choice. You’ll receive 5 percent off every purchase you make using the card, and Target will donate 1 percent of every charge to the school. Amazon will donate 0.5 percent of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to your school whenever you shop on AmazonSmile. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. Start your shopping at Smile.Amazon.com and select the Sarah Smith Education Foundation or your neighborhood school as your charity of choice. Boom. That’s easy!
Your Magazine and American Cancer Society
Lifestyle Publications is proud to announce our commitment as media sponsor for the third annual Hope Ball, the American Cancer Society’s Atlanta gala event on April 30 at the Delta Flight Museum. We are partnering with the event chair sponsor, Delta Air Lines, to honor our friend and stage 4 cancer survivor, Jeff Wigbels of Buckhead. There are a variety of sponsorship levels available, from presenting sponsor to table sponsor, with specific needs including a valet and dessert sponsor. These opportunities are an excellent way for you to show your support of our local American Cancer Society projects through smart branding before and during the April 30 gala; a table at the black tie gala for customers, friends and family and more. Sponsorships range in levels of commitment from $20 – $50,000. Email Barbara.Jostworth@Cancer.org or call Barbara at 404.327.6477 for details. Like the event on Facebook at American Cancer Society Hope Ball. Here in Georgia, ACS supports: more than 10,000 nights of free or reduced rate lodging for cancer patients and families; 3,122 uninsured or Medicaid cancer patients; 6,231 trips taking cancer patients to treatment; 600 visits by Reach to Recovery volunteers and more.
After an exciting move to Midtown in 2011, Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) has striven to plant its feet firmly in the Midtown Arts Corridor and offer Atlanta cutting-edge design exhibitions and programs that showcase the power of design to change the world. While these efforts have already gained critical and visitor appreciation, the funding world is now taking notice of MODA’s achievements. MODA has been awarded $150,000 over two years from the Metro Atlanta Arts Fund to be used toward general operating expenses. Receiving an award of this magnitude from an important Atlanta arts organization shows the confidence that MODA is currently able to inspire. In addition to the MAAC award, MODA has also been awarded a $90,000 grant from the Lettie Pate Evans Foundation for capital and technological upgrades that will enhance exhibitions and programs and will make the museum’s elegant, contemporary galleries even more visitor- and exhibition-friendly. Lettie Pate Evans Foundation – an independent private foundation that invests primarily in education, arts and culture – is part of the family of foundations that also includes the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation. And, for the second year in a row, the Zeist Foundation has granted MODA $25,000 to help bring its well-known STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art/design, and math) and Design Thinking programming to underserved youth, as well as $10,000 to help retire old debt, which will further strengthen the museum’s financial footing. Congrats to our MODA friends! Visit today! MuseumOfDesign.org
Odyssey will hold its annual Odyssey Brunch at the St. Regis Hotel in Buckhead on Monday, February 8 at 9:30 a.m. The annual brunch makes it possible for 350 students to attend Odyssey’s life-changing program for free. The brunch will feature a keynote address by UCLA’s Distinguished Professor of Education, Dr. Pedro Noguera. The 2016 Odyssey Brunch co-chairs are Molly Caine and Mary Ann Groton. Lindsey Kamin and Jennifer Kellett are honorary chairs. ODYSSEY is an educational non-profit organization that serves students in grades 1-12 from economically disadvantaged communities. Odyssey’s six-week, summer project-based learning program focuses on students with unmet potential, preparing them for academic success, high school graduation and supporting them on their path to college. The program is a partnership between the Atlanta Public Schools and The Westminster Schools and is held on Westminster’s campus. OdysseyAtlanta.org
Pictured (on previous page) are, in front row: Honorary Chair Lindsey Kamin, Co-chairs Molly Caine and Mary Ann Groton, Honorary Chair Jennifer Kellett. Second Row: Cara Isdell Lee, Sheetal Dube, Amy Kim, Caroline Willis, Angela Bromenschenkel, Ashley Miller. Third Row: Veronica Morriesette, Helen Stewart, Catherine Flynn, Alden Potts, Christina Whitney, Catherine Jaxon. Photography by Ben Rose Photography
Help Finish the Fight Against Cancer
The American Cancer Society’s life-saving mission is driven by community volunteers from all walks of life. Even a few hours a month can make a difference. Opportunities in our community include serving on teams that organize special event fundraisers. From walks to galas, there’s a place for everyone to get involved. Event volunteers help recruit sponsors and participants, coordinate logistics and much more; driving cancer patients to treatment appointments; helping cancer patients with appearance-related side effects of treatment. To learn what volunteer roles might be a good fit for you, visit Cancer.org/volunteer or call 800.227.2345.
Alone Time with Your Valentine
This Valentine’s Day, you might want to sneak away to the heart of Buckhead for a private escape with loved ones. Couples will enjoy a massage class in The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta’s luxurious couples’ suite. The one hour and 50 minute experience begins with a soothing candlelit, rose petal soak in the suite’s sunken marble tub and is followed by an instructional session with a highly-trained therapist including specific massage techniques that couples can use together. To help recreate the spa experience at home, couples will be given a Mandarin Oriental Signature Body Oil in the scent of their choice. The day is complete with champagne and hors d’oeuvres served on the private guest room terrace with sweeping views of the city. The Alone Time with Your Valentine package is priced from USD $1,265 per night and is valid from February 1 to 29. Call 404.995.7500 or email MOATL-Reservations@MOHG.com.