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       VOL. 27 NO. 5                                            www.seabreezepublications.com                                                 MAY 2019




                                                              Southern Profile




                                  NFL Football MVPs Throw A Party



                                          For Busch Wildlife Sanctuary



        Shay and Bob Griese, former Miami
      Dolphins quarterback, along with Joe Namath,
      former New York Jets quarterback, co-hosted a
      neighborhood cocktail party to introduce one
      of their favorite charities, The Busch Wildlife
      Sanctuary, to friends at Jupiter Hills Country
      Club on Monday, March 25.
        278 guests were introduced to exciting
      animal ambassadors from Busch  Wildlife
      Sanctuary including Patti the opposum, Hoot
      the great horned owl, Amanda a crested
      caracara, and Kai an American alligator. Jack
      Hanna, America’s  favorite  zookeeper  also                                                          Rebecca Reid, Busch Wildlife Sanctuary education director,
      made a special guest appearance. The evening                                                         holding Hoot, a great horned owl, with Adam Gasway and
      ended with Joe Namath’s granddaughter                                                                Natalie Oostenbrug
      releasing  a  red-shouldered  hawk  she  had  Jack Hanna, Jim Casto, Shay Griese, and Tim O’Neill
                                                                                                           Southern Spotlight on page 4


                                            Benefiting
                                                                                                                      fundraiSing



                 2019 Ironhorse Country Club                                                                BallenIsles Charities


          Charity Golf Tournament Benefited                                                                 Foundation Sets New



          Cancer Alliance Of Help And Hope                                                                   Fundraising Record


                                                                                                              Awarding $745,000 In Financial
                                                          Over 76 golfers participated in the 2019 Ironhorse Country
                                                        Club Charity Golf Tournament at Ironhorse Country Club in   Grants To Local Area Organizations
                                                        West Palm Beach on March 21. All proceeds benefited Cancer
                                                        Alliance of Help and Hope (CAHH).                                 By Mark Hopkinson
                                                          On the eve of the 2019 Ironhorse County Club Golf     Forty-six not-for-profit and civic organizations serving
                                                        Tournament, nearly 180 attendees attended a lively cocktail   the local community have received financial grants totaling
                                                        reception and silent auction for golfers and friends of the
                                                        organization. Guests enjoyed delicious drinks and light bites
                                                        while bidding on the vast array of fabulous silent auction items.
                                                        Those in attendance also learned more about what CAHH does
                                                        for those in our community that are fighting cancer. Stanton
                                                        Collemer, CEO of CAHH spoke briefly about CAHH and     Local Happenings on page 3
                                                        introduced a client that is battling stage 4 breast cancer. Both she
      Marilyn Litner, Dr. Roy Cacciaguida and Katherine Roy  and her daughter were in attendance and were pleasantly surprised
                                                                                  when Stanton announced that
                                                                                  in addition to the financial
                                                                                  support they have already
                                                                                  received, CAHH presented
                                                                                  them with $10,000 to ease
                                                                                  the monthly rent burden and   Ken Horner, director BICF (second from left) with the
                                                                                  will afford her some relief   Wounded Veterans Relief Fund’s Robert Chelberg, Mike
                                                                                  as she goes through cancer   Durkee and Frank Drennan
                                                                                  treatment.
                                                                                                            Fundraising on page 2
                                                                                  Benefiting on page 4
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