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Room to Grow gala draws a crowd in Boston

Sisters Sandy Gradman (left) and Ilene Epstein, mother of former Sox GM Theo Epstein, at the gala.

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Sisters Sandy Gradman (left) and Ilene Epstein, mother of former Sox GM Theo Epstein, at the gala.

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Room to Grow’s gala drew a good crowd to the Westin Copley Place this weekend. Among those supporting the agency, which helps babies born into poverty, were WEEI host Lou Merloni and wife Steffanie, “Bachelorette” runner-up Chris Lambton and wife Peyton, TV types Mary Richardson, Ed Harding, and Jayme Parker, nightlife nabob Patrick Lyons and wife Kristina, The Fireplace owner-chef Jim Solomon, Room to Grow founder Julie Burns, Room to Grow CEO Saskia Epstein, Paul Grogan and Robert Lewis Jr. of the Boston Foundation, and former gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker and his wife, Lauren.

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