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Berkshire school benefits at Vogue event

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Ashley Bernon and her husband, Paul, hosted a few hundred folks at Burberry for a Vogue holiday charity event benefiting the Berkshire Hills Music Academy. (Students from the school sang carols as a fashionable crowd filled the store.) Guests included Anne Vincent, Vogue’s director of special events, Kay Bernon, founder and president of Berkshire Hills Music Academy, Pats receiver Brandon Lloyd, Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference and wife Krista, Middlesex County Sheriff Peter Koutoujian, David Ortiz’s wife, Tiffany, Sam Slater of Burn Later Productions, and cupcake queen Courtney Forrester.

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