Kornheiser at Charles E. Smith Life Communities sports night

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Tony Kornheiser delighted the group with his insights and stories from his long, successful career. Kornheiser is a former columnist for The Washington Post and co-hosts Pardon the Interruption on ESPN. Photo by Randy Sager Photography
Tony Kornheiser delighted the group with his insights and stories from his long, successful career. Kornheiser is a former columnist for The Washington Post and co-hosts Pardon the Interruption on ESPN.
Photo by Randy Sager Photography

TV and radio sportscaster Tony Kornheiser entertained more than 200 men (and a few women!) on Oct. 8 at Woodmont Country Club as they came to support Charles E. Smith Life Communities.

“An Evening with Tony Kornheiser,” chaired by Joseph B. Hoffman, included time for networking, dinner, a scotch tasting, silent auction and a lively Q-and-A with Kornheiser, where attendees were free to ask their most pressing sports questions.


Tony answered some of the more timely questions on people’s minds. Will the Redskins change their name? Tony’s suggestion. Just put a red potato on the helmet. Problem solved! Highlights of his career? Playing golf with the president, something he never imagined having the opportunity to do. Does Tony favor the purple line? No, it goes through the 14th hole at Columbia Country Club!

This was the second annual sports event held to benefit the residents on the campus of Charles E. Smith Life Communities.

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