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Scenes from the 2011 N'DIGO Foundation Gala

Photos: Thomas Blue and Tarji Smedley,

The N’Digo Foundation kicked off Chicago’s summer social scene with it's annual black-tie Gala on Sunday, June 19th at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 220 South Michigan Avenue.
The N’Digo Foundation Gala, which raises funds for college scholarships and honors stellar individuals who have excelled in their careers, attracted a star-studded Who’s Who from business, corporate, civic, education and government communities.

The 16th Annual N'Digo Foundation Gala proved to be an exciting multi-cultural and multi-generational affair, with the spectacular performance by Babyface and Kevon Edmonds.

The evening ended with a lively after party with special guest DJ Phantom. The after party included an arrangement of food dishes, dessert and libations.