Hygienic Art New Year's Eve Gala

Michael Kaufman and his wife, Ali Kaufman, of Deep River wear New Year hats that were some of the props available at a photo booth while posing for a picture during the Midnight at Hygienic New Year's Eve Art Gala and Amphitheater Benefit at Hygienic Art in New London Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017.  The event raised money to complete the Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater project. Hygienic Art volunteer Steven LaFlamme, left, was taking the photos at the photo booth.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)
Michael Kaufman and his wife, Ali Kaufman, of Deep River wear New Year hats that were some of the props available at a photo booth while posing for a picture during the Midnight at Hygienic New Year's Eve Art Gala and Amphitheater Benefit at Hygienic Art in New London Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017. The event raised money to complete the Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater project. Hygienic Art volunteer Steven LaFlamme, left, was taking the photos at the photo booth. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Michael Kaufman and his wife, Ali Kaufman, of Deep River wear New Year hats that were some of the props available at a photo booth while posing for a picture during the Midnight at Hygienic New Year's Eve Art Gala and Amphitheater Benefit at Hygienic Art in New London Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017.  The event raised money to complete the Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater project. Hygienic Art volunteer Steven LaFlamme, left, was taking the photos at the photo booth.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Lorain Ohio Simister sings while she and her fellow members of the Post Traumatic Jazz Disorder perform during the Midnight at Hygienic New Year's Eve Art Gala and Amphitheater Benefit at Hygienic Art in New London Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017.  The event raised money to complete the Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater project. Playing guitar is Christian Brunelle, left, Joe Glennon on drums, playing bass is Bob Farace, second from right, and on keyboard is Scott Mayfield, right.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)
Lorain Ohio Simister sings while she and her fellow members of the Post Traumatic Jazz Disorder perform during the Midnight at Hygienic New Year's Eve Art Gala and Amphitheater Benefit at Hygienic Art in New London Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017. The event raised money to complete the Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater project. Playing guitar is Christian Brunelle, left, Joe Glennon on drums, playing bass is Bob Farace, second from right, and on keyboard is Scott Mayfield, right. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

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