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Mix 104.1 morning gal Kennedy Elsey and NESN’s Jayme Parker (above right, with Elsey) were among the revelers at the Boston Centers for Youth & Families gala on Thursday night at the House of Blues. The party, called “Camp Hubnob,” also drew UMass-Boston men’s basketball coach Charlie Titus; Bruins Foundation director of development (and former player) Bob Sweeney; Reebok exec Paul Foster; Allyce Najimy, of Theo and Paul Epstein’s Foundation to Be Named Later; and Boston’s first lady, Angela Menino, who presented her “unsung hero” award to Johnnie Kindell. The night raised more than $200,000 for summer programs for Boston kids.

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