Dr. Alfonso Costa
Special Guest Dr. Ben Carson
Live & Silent Auctions
Hors D'oeuvres & Spirits
Live music performed by Terrance Vaughn Trio
December 8, 2014
6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
The Andy Warhol Museum
117 Sandusky Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Proceeds benefit the Pittsburgh Carson Scholars fund,
which awards students in grades 4-11 with college scholarship funds
for their academic and humanitarian acheivements.
Costa Land Company
Pittsburgh Chapter in 2014:
- 91 new Carson Scholars in 2014
- 152 Recognized Scholars in 2014
- 954 Carson Scholars from the Pennsylvania-Ohio area.
News from the Pittsburgh Chapter:
2014 Pittsburgh Banquet Highlights
80 degrees and sunny! What a fabulous day to do fabulous things and on the fabulous occasion of the landmark TENTH Scholar Awards Ceremony for the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Carson Scholars Fund! In the hall of the East Club Lounge area of Heinz Field, home of the Pittsburgh Steelers Football Team, the 91 new scholars and 152 repeat scholars from Ohio and Pennsylvania marched in to the triumphant musical fanfare. Read more.
2013 Pittsburgh Banquet Highlights
The air was filled with excitement as 75 first-time and 76 repeat Carson Scholars, along with parents, guardians, educators and volunteers gathered in the East Club Lounge. Classical music by a string quartet from Duquesne University provided lovely background music as guests arrived. Read more.
2013 Pittsburgh Chapter Annual Fundraiser: All a-Buzz at the Bossa Nova!
For the ninth consecutive year, the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Carson Scholars Fund has held its annual fundraiser at the Brazilian-dance-inspired Bossa Nova restaurant. And it was a huge success yet again! Read more.
Past Pittsburgh Banquet Highlights
The Pittsburgh Chapter celebrated its largest banquet to date on April 22, 2012 with nearly
600 people in attendance, all in support of our Carson Scholars! The 8th Annual Carson
Scholars Awards Banquet showcased these “gladiators of the mind” for the metropolitan
Pittsburgh area in the lovely “arena” of the top floor of the historic downtown, exquisitely
decorated William Penn Hotel. Read more.