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VOL. 16 NO. 1                                                                            JANUARY 2021

      Opportunity Offers A Fresh Approach To Fundraising

      shopping, and crisp
      December air drew
      guests to Opportunity
      Early Childhood
      Education & Family
      Center ’s holiday
      event. Alexis Bonner,
      Hilary  Cohen,  and  Afsy Pottash, Margaret Kaywell
      Ma e  Fe r gu so n
      cochaired the stylish, outdoor fundraiser on Wednesday,
      Dec. 2 at The Royal Poinciana Plaza. The modernized
      version of the charity’s traditional luncheon allowed
      attendees to be safe yet social.

      Opportunity Offers A Fresh Approach on page 2      The American Sirens                               Deborah Boner, Jane Katson, Robyn Boner
      Call For ‘The Love Of Art’                                                                            Annual

      Themed Student Entries                                                                                Christmas Boat

       For 2021 ArtiGras
       Youth Art Competition                                                                                Parade Begins

         The 2021 ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival,                                                              With Fireworks
       presented by Hanley Foundation and
       produced by the Palm Beach North Chamber
       of Commerce, has a call for student art for                                                          Report and Photos by Penny Sheltz
       the ArtiGras Youth Art Competition which                                                               The 26th Annual Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade
       this year will carry the theme “The Love of                                                          launched  the 2020 holiday  season  as  many  fully-
       Art.” The theme will encompass a student’s                                                           decorated boats of all sizes made their way up the
       representation of art, what they love about                                                          Intracoastal Waterway from the North Palm Beach
       art, or what art form they love best. All                                                            Marina to Jupiter.
       submissions need to incorporate the theme                                                              The holiday boat parade is also a toy drive. The
       in some way, but the interpretation is                                                               parade partnered with the U.S. Marine Reserves
       completely up to the student.                                                                        Toys for Tots collecting hundreds of thousands of
         Students in grades kindergarten through                                                            unwrapped gifts for local kids in need.
       12th  grade  are  encouraged  to  submit
       their artwork for the ArtiGras Youth Art
       Competition in mediums ranging from   Photograph of the Best in Show winners with the officials from the ArtiGras
       pencil and crayon to chalk and paint. For   Fine Arts Festival. From left to right: Honorable Mention in the sixth grade,
       many students in Palm Beach County,   Tamar Kamrat from Jupiter Middle School; Best of Show for elementary
       ArtiGras is more than a fabulous art festival   schools, Angela Pereira from Binks Forest Elementary School; CEO of the
       to attend during Presidents’ Day weekend,   Hanley Foundation, Jan Cairnes; Best of Show for middle schools, Julian
       it is an opportunity to share their works of   Lupyan from The Weiss School; Best of Show for high schools, Geneve
       art and showcase their skill and talent in   Fredette from Palm Beach Central High School; and Judy Dellosa.
       the ArtiGras Youth Art Competition.
                                                                                   The  artwork  will  be
                                                                                 judged by local artists and
                                                                                 art educators who will
                                                                                 have the daunting task
                                                                                 of narrowing down the
                                                                                 hundreds of entries to only
                                                                                 77 finalists then selecting a
                                                                                 first, second and third place

                                                                                 Call For ‘The Love Of Art’   Annual Christmas Boat Parade on page 3
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