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VOL. 24  NO. 1                                                                           JANUARY 2022

      Pinot & Picasso

      Helping People Succeed
      Unveils The 2022 Art For

      Living Calendar

      Submitted by Glenna Parris
        Helping People Succeed’s Pinot & Picasso, An Evening of
      Fine Wine and Art, unveiled the 2022 Art for Living Calendar
      at Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club on Nov. 20.
        Calendar artists displayed their calendar art pieces, in
      addition to several other paintings for purchase during this
      popular event. The calendar artists include Holly Cannon,
      Diane Raymond, Pam Patterson, Patrice Scott, Val Lally, Susan
      Clifford, Dan Mackin, Marian Vitale, Pat Hoshino, Julia Kelly,
      Sue Ann Mosley-Saleeby, Laura DeBerard and Don MacIntosh.
                                                         Otto and Marian Vitale, Dr. Michael and Leah Carelli, and   Ralph Davino, Marlene Filer, Wayne Klick, and Melanie
      Pinot & Picasso on page 3                          Jackie Vitale                                     and Bob Floyd
      VIM Gala 2022 – Peace, Love And Flower Power

      Volunteers In Medicine Clinic Plans A              available by visiting or calling (772) 463-  clinics in the country serving thousands of patients each year.
      ’60s-Themed Gala To Kick Off The 2022 Season       4128, Ext. 216 to speak with Petra Eberle.        Visit to learn about giving the gift of health and
        Volunteers in Medicine (VIM) Clinic is hosting a groovy   About VIM Clinic                         how it changes, and often saves, lives in Martin County.
      ’60s-themed gala on Jan. 29, at Willoughby Golf Club. The     For over 25 years, Volunteers
      Peace, Love and Flower Power gala committee recently   in Medicine (VIM) Clinic has been
      visited the Elliott Museum for a little retro fun with a   providing free, comprehensive
      convertible Volkswagen Beetle. The museum is loaning the   medical care to low-income,
      car for a photo booth at the event. The gala will feature live   uninsured, Martin County residents.
      music, entertainment, fab food, and cool surprises. Guests are   Utilizing the expertise of staff and
      welcome to attend in black tie or show off their bell bottoms   volunteer medical professionals,
      and tie-dye.                                       patients are treated like friends and
        The gala is the major fundraiser for the year for the clinic   neighbors with the goal of improving
      and contributes about 30 percent of the revenue to its overall   their overall health and wellness.
      budget. The president of The Friends of VIM Clinic board,   Thanks to the support of Cleveland
      Patsy Conrades, said, “The VIM Gala is always a great event   Clinic Martin Health, Diagnostic
      that is well attended year after year. We are looking forward   Imaging Services, and hundreds of
      to see everyone get in the funky spirit.” Patsy added, “I’ve   other private medical practices on
      been calling my friends and neighbors and telling them to   the Treasure Coast, VIM Clinic is  Pictured left to right: Kimberly Perron, Mary Fields, Anne Cooling, Vickie Dodds,
      ‘Be there or be square!’” Tickets and sponsorships are still   one of the premier free and charitable  Jordan Bromberg, Carolyn Michaud, Anita Salas, Petra Eberle and Sandy Razavi

      10-Year-Old Student Collects Toys For Hibiscus Children’s Center

        The Tilton Family Children’s Shelter in Jensen Beach   and plenty of sweet treats on Christmas Eve.   we are so proud of his accomplishments and his caring heart!
      was excited to receive an abundance of gifts for the children.     Patrice, John’s mom, describes this incredible young man as   If you would like more information about Hibiscus, please visit
      But this was no ordinary toy drive! John Morgan, a 10-year-  a social kid who loves sports and always roots for the underdog.
      old student, wanted to help kids. He heard about Hibiscus   John is an altar server at church and always seeks ways to lend
      and asked his mom if he could help the Hibiscus Shelter   a helping hand. He volunteers his time at Farm Dog Rescue
      kids. John wrote a letter to his family and friends, and the   either by helping to set up at events, playing with the puppies,
      response was overwhelming! Santa’s Elf, aka John, went   or bagging up food for monthly donations. He put together 180
      shopping for each gift and then carefully packed each one   bags of dog food for Feed Martin County to support the families
      for the Hibiscus children. In addition, John and his family   in need with dogs!
      brought the children and staff a catered lunch with drinks     Hibiscus Children’s Center is grateful to John for being
                                                                                 an exemplary role model for
                                                                                 other youth and for making
                                                                                 a difference in the lives of
                                                                                 children in need. The Hibiscus
                                                                                 Shelter provides safe haven for
                                                                                 up to 36 children and critical
                                                                                 services including medical,
                                                                                 educational, literacy and mental
                                                                                 health counseling. John is a true
                                                                                 hero and friend to children and
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