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Red Sox owner hosting Boys and Girls Clubs house party

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The Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston’s annual House Party is always a fabulous affair and this year’s fete should be no different. Never mind all the money it’ll raise - organizers say they’re already at $3.3 million and counting - this year’s party is being held May 19 at the new Brookline manse of Sox owner John Henry and his wife, Linda Pizzuti Henry, and there will be deep-pocketed VIPs aplenty. Like whom? We got our hands on the guest list for the sold-out shindig and it includes Fidelity’s Abby Johnson and husband Chris McKown, Putnam Investments’ Bob Reynolds and wife Laura, Davis Companies’ Jonathan Davis and wife Margot, Bain Capital’s Paul Edgerley and wife Sandy, Suffolk Construction’s John Fish and wife Cynthia, former prosecutor Darlene Jordan and her husband, Jerry Jordan of the financial firm Hellman, Jordan Management Co., Keane Inc. founder John Keane and his wife, Marilyn, The Baupost Group’s Seth Klarman and wife Beth, money manager John Spooner, Partners HealthCare chief executive Gary Gottlieb and his wife, Dr. Derri Shtasel, Flagstar Bancorp chief executive Joe Campanelli and wife Carolyn, and Fidelity’s Peter Lynch and wife Carolyn.

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