Project Cupid takes over The Estate for Dana-Farber

Co-Master of Ceremonies, Christian Galvin, (left) talks with bachelorette, Yola Kruczkowski who told him she likes to think her first name stands for “You Only Live Awesome.” She went up for bid at the fourth annual Project Cupid Date Auction to support pediatric cancer research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute held at The Estate in Boston. (Rose Lincoln for the Boston Globe)
Co-Master of Ceremonies, Christian Galvin, (left) talks with bachelorette, Yola Kruczkowski who told him she likes to think her first name stands for “You Only Live Awesome.” She went up for bid at the fourth annual Project Cupid Date Auction to support pediatric cancer research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute held at The Estate in Boston. (Rose Lincoln for the Boston Globe)Credit:

Yola Kruczkowski (left) was one of the bachelorettes up for grabs at The Estate during Saturday night’s Project Cupid Date Auction, a benefit for research and patient care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Kruczkowski told co-master of ceremonies Christian Galvin (far left) that she likes to think her first name stands for “You Only Live Awesome.” Organizer Amy Blue posted on Facebook that the event raised more than $16,000.

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