Windy Hill Foundation Jazzed for a Good Cause

Northern Virginia’s Most Generous & Stylish Dress Up for Gatsby Gala to Benefit Community

On Friday night, Windy Hill Foundation hosted a Gatsby Gala at the Salamander Resort in Middleburg, Virginia.  Everyone in attendance was jazzed about Gatsby; there were beads, fringe and feathers galore, not to mention the polished pinstripes and spats.   All the glitz, glamour and schmoozing was for a good cause to benefit the Windy Hill Foundation which supports area residents with housing, childcare, and even movie nights.  Windy Hill Foundation’s mission is do everything possible to make sure Bingo starts on time and rents stay affordable.


Northern Virginia’s most generous and stylish citizens had the chance to dress up, practice their schmoozing, and bid at auction with all of the money raised going to support Windy Hill Foundation.  The evening entertainment was a roaring good time with performances by Doc Scatlin and His Imperial Palms Orchestra featuring Chou Chou, a stunning singer and actor with the voice of Betty Boop and the beauty of Marilyn Monroe.    Northern Virginia’s movers and shakers tore up the dance floor and enjoyed a night of fun all in the name of doing good for the community.  Below are a few of our favorites from the evening:

Doc Scatlin and Windy Hill guest before the show started.

Philanthropist and owner of Loudoun Times-Mirror Peter Arundel was in attendance (seated on far left).

Chou Chou of Doc Scatlin and His Imperial Palm Orchestra –– voted Best Show in the Washington, D.C. area!
Old cameras and press passes were on display thanks to Doc Scatlin and his crew.
Philanthropist and owner of Loudoun Times-Mirror Peter Arundel was in attendance (far left).
Chou Chou sang her heart out.