NitePics: “Housewives” Stacie Turner Hosts Extra-Ordinary Life Gala

"Real Housewives of DC" star Stacie Turner celebrated eight remarkable young women last night at the Extra-Ordinary Life (XOL) Bon Voyage gala held on the rooftop of the Bank of America building. Mayor Adrian Fenty, Senator Roland Burris and NBC4's Barbara Harrison all supported the event.

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"Real Housewives of DC" star Stacie Turner, pictured here chatting with Paul Wharton and guests, hosted a rooftop reception at Bank of the America to celebrate eight remarkable young women last night at the Extra-Ordinary Life (XOL) gala.
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Thanks to Extra-Ordinary Life and DC Child and Family Services, eight deserving young ladies will travel to South Africa during the 2010 World Cup for a life-changing experience. The ladies were also equipped with a set of luggage, a Dell laptop, FlipCam, digital camera and beauty supplies by CoverGirl cosmetics.
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"Real Housewives of DC" star Stacie Turner, pictured here chatting with Paul Wharton and guests, hosted a rooftop reception at Bank of America last night to fete eight remarkable young women at the Extra-Ordinary Life (XOL).
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"Real Housewives of DC"'s Lynda Erkiletian supports her fellow cast-mate.
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Judge Jackson with Dr. Roque Gerald, Director of DC's Child and Family Services
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Senator Roland Burris greets guests as he enters the reception
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NBC4's Barbara Harrison and Extra-Ordinary Life's Stacie Turner are flanked by the young ladies who will travel to South Africa.
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"Housewives" star Stacie Turner, founder of Extra-Ordinary Life, congratulates the young ladies, who will travel to South Africa during the 2010 World Cup for a life-changing journey. Their travels will be documented by BET International.
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Stacie Turner introduces NBC4's Barbara Harrison
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Mayor Adrian Fenty congratulates the young ladies embarking on South Africa. He also presented each traveler with a compass as a traveling gift.
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Senator Roland Burris
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Mayor Adrian Fenty congratulates the young ladies embarking on South Africa. He also presented each traveler with a compass as a traveling gift.
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Jason Turner, husband of founder of XOL Stacie Turner, holds up a proclamation presented by Mayor Fenty
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Stacie Turner introduces Senator Roland Burris. Turner also admitted that she attended Howard University with Senator Burris' son and namesake.
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NBC4's Barbara Harrison, Mayor Adrian Fenty and Senator Roland Burris congratulate the young ladies who will soon embark to South Africa during the 2010 World Cup.
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