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Palm Beach Day Academy hosted a cocktail reception at the Palm Beach home of Alicia and Tim Mullen for all new parents. Head of School Dr. Edwin Gordon, along with board and administration, had the opportunity to mix and mingle with the parents.
Ballet Palm Beach presented two new-to-the-company works—Christopher Huggins' “The List” and George Balanchine's “Who Cares?”—at The Kravis Center. Guests enjoyed cocktails prior to the performances and could participate in a meet-and-greet after each performance.
The Breakers Palm Beach was the backdrop for the “Electric Carnival” benefiting Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County. A crowd of about 300 guests mingled during a cocktail reception and silent auction followed by a three-course oceanfront dining experience in the Venetian Ballroom.
Hanley Foundation welcomed the community to its open house in the Center for Philanthropy building in West Palm Beach. The courtyard reception included refreshments, passed hors d'oeuvres and pop-up entertainment with vocalists from Kretzer Piano Music Foundation.
Art enthusiasts gathered at Onessimo Fine Art for two weeks in a row for a chance to view works by Romero Britto, Kfir Moyal and Mackenzie Thorpe. Onessimo Fine Art compiled works by the trio, along with pop art icon Peter Max, for the POP SHOP exhibit at the Palm Beach Gardens gallery.
The No Kid Hungry Dinner at Buccan raised $320,000 (equal to 3.2 million meals) to help end childhood hunger. Philanthropists and foodies enjoyed a five-course dinner and wine pairing prepared by local and regional chefs, including Clay Conley, Dale Talde, Lindsay Autry and more.
More than 550 ocean conservation notables gathered for LMC's ninth annual Go Blue Awards Luncheon at PGA National Resort & Spa. The luncheon recognized those who have promoted, implemented or contributed to a “blue” lifestyle of marine conservation.
More than 100 locals gathered at Costa Palm Beach for Holy Ground's cocktail party to kick off the capital campaign, “Building a Home and Hope.” Guests enjoyed a hummus bar and Mediterranean cuisine, and had the opportunity to participate in an auction.
The Palm Beach Photographic Center in West Palm Beach and Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith welcomed Lt. Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera during the Hispanic/Jewish Leadership Reception. The reception brings together Jewish and Hispanic Leadership to talk about the dynamic growth of these populations within the community.
Team captains for the Susan G. Komen South Florida Race for the Cure came together at Alpha Media for an inspiring pep rally to build momentum for the January race. Throughout the morning, supporters took to the stage to inspire the team captains to connect with their own personal “why” they Race for the Cure. Photos courtesy of Lois Spatz, LS Photography.
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