Dream Makers Gala 2011

The Detroit Hispanic Development Corp. held its 14th annual Dream Makers Gala on Oct. 27 at DTE Energy Town Square in Detroit. The event raised $120,000 and guests enjoyed a strolling dinner and a silent auction. Photos by Patrick Gloria.



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