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Oct 2017 Also on Digital Edition

The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness invited Congressmen Ted Deutch and Brian Mast and State Representatives Lori Berman and Jared Moskowitz to help open The Alliance’s new psychological service program.

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More than 400 attendees celebrated the accomplishments of their fellow peers during the Palm Beach North Chamber of  Commerce’s annual Leadership Awards celebration held at PGA National Resort & Spa.

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More than 100 guests enjoyed summer sangria and hors d’oeuvres from The Food Shack and live saxophone music while previewing the latest design and industry trends at Miller’s Fine Hardware in Jupiter from vendors Crosswater UK, The Furniture Guild, The Galley and Turnstyle Design.

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Palm Beach Day Academy’s Board of Trustees celebrated the end of the school year and final board meeting with a reception at Café Boulud. More than 50 board members and their families were treated to cocktails and tasty bites.

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More than 300 guests attended the celebration held at Mirasol County Club. This year’s Birdie for Children program raised more than $1 million for local charities.

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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Woman of the Year candidate Tracey Benson welcomed hundreds of supporters to Jardin for a celebrity bartender event. Funds were raised in honor of local children who’ve survived blood cancer.

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Golfers enjoyed lunch, 18-holes of golf and an award ceremony during the sixth annual tournament held at Dye Preserve Golf Club. Top honors were awarded to Ken Carl and Cory Clement.

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The fifth annual CANstruction sculpture competition, which benefited the Palm Beach County Food Bank, welcomed over-the-top creativity to The Gardens Mall. Seven teams competed in this year’s contest, using more than 23,675 pounds of non-perishable food.

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Guests met at Meat Market as a pre-celebration for Crossing For A Cure, a 50-mile endurance paddleboard challenge from Bimini, Bahamas to the Florida mainland created by Travis Suit to bring awareness to the benefits of salt water therapy for children battling cystic fibrosis.

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More than 400 people danced the evening away and were entertained with stories during the 90th anniversary celebrating Lesser Lesser Landy and Smith, one of the oldest law firms in Palm Beach County.

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More than 100 guests, including clients and winners of The Best of The Palm Beaches readers’ contest, attended our bash at Guanabanas. Guests enjoyed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and raffle prizes as they congratulated the winners of the year-long poll voted for by our readers.

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Jul 2017 Also on Digital Edition

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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Thousands of locals joined Dr. Mehmet Oz at The Gardens Mall, where he shared his best-kept secrets to living the good life. Dr. Oz moderated a leading panel of health professionals, and special guest Amy Robach of “Good Morning America” spoke about her own breast cancer journey. Guests enjoyed interactive cooking demos, a free money booth and more.

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Executive Women of the Palm Beaches hosted its annual Women in Leadership Awards at the Cohen Pavilion at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts where Capt. Mark Kelly was chosen as the keynote speaker, the first man in 33 years to be showcased. The event recognizes women who display generosity; commitment to integrity and diversity; and genuine connectedness with others in the community.

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The Palm Beach Area chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society raised more than $1.2 million during its 25th anniversary of the Man & Woman of the Year fundraising campaign. The celebration took place at the Hilton in West Palm Beach. Alexander Basse and Jessica Johnson took home the coveted titles.

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