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Photos: Sharon Gless, Jim Bailey as Judy Garland at Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce dinner

Four hundred attended the Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce dinner Saturday, June 23, at the Radisson Miami Hotel. Click pictures to enlarge.

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Partners Tee Boursaw and Patrick Russell

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Port of Miami Director Bill Johnson, his partner Omar Lopez, and Miami Beach Commissioner Saul Gross

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Table host Judy Miller of Kroll in Miami and Port of Miami Director Bill Johnson

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Stephan & Maritza Shapiro, Drs. Todd & Corey Narson, Marizza Contreras, and Mariana & Miami Beach Commissioner Simon Cruz

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Mariana & Miami Beach Commissioner Simon Cruz

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D'Luxe magazine editor-in-chief Joshua Kaufman, WSVN-Ch. 7 executive producer Darcy Tannebaum, and CBS-4 anchor/reporter Brian Andrews

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Harvey Burstein and Emmy-winning TV star Sharon Gless (Cagney & Lacey, Queer As Folk)

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Michael Vita, a retired Broadway singer-dancer and the Chamber's secretary-treasurer, opens the show.

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Michael Vita raises money while singing at the dinner

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"Mr. Miami Beach" Michael Aller emcees the dinner

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Emmy-winner Sharon Gless introduces the evening's guest performer, Jim Bailey as Judy Garland

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Jim Bailey as Judy Garland makes an entrance

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All photos by Steve Rothaus/The Miami Herald

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