Scene + Heard
Scene + Heard
Guests were invited to the 10-acre campus to view three existing cottages: the Rubin Cottage, the Dodero Cottage for Girls and Sam's Cottage for Boys. Attendees also celebrated the grand opening of The Sprayregen Cottage for Boys along with the Outdoor Pavilion.
More than 300 Federation and Jewish community leaders met at Zinman Hall for the annual meeting where Arthur Goldberg took the reins as the new chair. Additional awards were given out for members' efforts.
The Els for Autism Foundation celebrated Autism Awareness Month with a fundraiser hosted at 1000 NORTH in Jupiter and sponsored by KidSanctuary Campus. Guests dressed in blue and enjoyed lite bites and cocktails.
The fifth annual luncheon took place at The Country Club at Mirasol and celebrated mothers and their extraordinary pregnancy and birthing moments.
More than 100 community members donning pink hats gathered for a private mix-and-mingle reception hosted by Sklar Furnishings to kick off Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County’s WOMEN Build event.
The two-day pop-up event, “A Dialogue with Art, Nature and Science,” took place at The Residences at Mandarin Oriental and featured artist, naturalist and New York Times bestselling author Christopher Marley. He also held a book signing for Biophilia.
The Jewish Women’s Foundation of South Palm Beach County hosted its reception at Boca Rio Golf Club. More than160 guests from the Jewish community were the first to learn about JWF’s $105,000 grant awards to organizations in the local community and in Israel.
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