Friendly House 21st Annual "Woman of the Year" Awards Luncheon
Beautiful floral arrangement from Liz Seiji and her team at Edelweiss Flower Boutique filled the ballroom at the Beverly Hilton Hotel where Nine-time Grammy award-winner Natalie Cole presented Marianne Williamson, NY Times bestselling author and internationally acclaimed spiritual teacher, with the prestigious “Woman of the Year” award at Friendly House’s 21st Annual luncheon.
Friendly House is the oldest women’s recovery program in the country. It was founded in 1951 to assist women recovering from the diseases of alcoholism and drug addiction. They have successfully treated over 6600 women. Friendly House, currently celebrating its 59th year helping women in recovery, has two residences, the newest of which is located in West Los Angeles donated by the William Shatner Family Foundation.
Kathleen Silver, a Senior Vice President of Colliers International, one of the largest international commercial real estate brokerage firms in the world, specializing in the sale of office and retail properties attended and also received the 2010 Friendly House LA “Excellence in Service" Award. Kathleen has been a strong and inspirational supporter of Friendly House LA for over 10 years, and currently serves on the Board of Directors.