You know those family passports you filed away and locked up in the home office? Grab them, because this summer is about filling their pages with stamps. We’ve compiled 10 travel itineraries, not just for this year, but also for the years to come. We’re wary of calling this a “bucket list,” because while the phrase emphasizes that each trip is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, it also makes the goal crossing each item off. We hope you won’t simply draw lines through each number like a to-do list. We hope you try new foods, appreciate foreign architecture and discover other cultures. And most importantly, we hope you are moved. Not just by planes, buses and trains, but by the places you discover and the people you meet along the way.
The weight of a compliment is directly proportional to the weight of the person giving it.
The Ladies Luncheon “Let’s Flamingle” brought nearly 300 brightly dressed guests to St. Paul of the Cross Church in North Palm Beach for a benefit for All Saints Catholic School in Jupiter. The day included cocktails, shopping, a silent auction and raffle prizes. Two dozen vendors were on-hand, offering goods from beach décor to belt buckles.
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High fashion was the theme of the Palm Beach Atlantic University Alumni Association’s 2017 Afternoon Tea and Silent Auction on April 29, held at the Wyndham Grand Jupiter at Harborside Place. The event netted $15,000 for the annual scholarship fund. The afternoon included a silent auction and 15 guests received a raffle prize from Lilly Pulitzer. There also were gifts from Tanya Moss Jewelry sponsored by Annah Wolf and Claudia Moore for guests best dressed at their table. The Lubben brothers played classical music during the silent auction.