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‘Voice’ star entertains Hebrew SeniorLife party

From left: Lou Woolf, Sara Underwood, Amanda Brown, and Todd Finard.

Winslow Martin

From left: Lou Woolf, Sara Underwood, Amanda Brown, and Todd Finard.

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Hebrew SeniorLife President Lou Woolf, Fox 25’s Sara Underwood, former contestant on “The Voice” Amanda Brown, and Hebrew SeniorLife Board Chair-Elect Todd Finard were among the 350 guests at Hebrew SeniorLife’s “EngAGEment Party” at the Revere Hotel the other night. The party raised $650,000 for the organization’s work and research. Brown surprised everyone with a performance at the end of the bash. Other guests included Tufts University Medical School Dean Harris Berman and his wife, author Ruth Nemzoff; Suffolk Construction’s John Fish and his wife, HSL Board member Cyndy Fish; and event planner Bryan Rafanelli.

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