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VOL. 24  NO. 1                                                                            JANUARY 2022

      Pinot & Picasso

      Helping People Succeed                            Living Calendar at Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club      Tony Solomon of Fullhouse Entertainment livened up
      Unveils The 2022 Art For                          on Nov. 20.                                        the room as guests were greeted with an extravagant silent

                                                           Calendar artists displayed their calendar art pieces, in
                                                                                                           auction during cocktails. Following, guests were seated in
      Living Calendar                                   addition to several other paintings for purchase during this   a formal setting for a delectable plated dinner served with
                                                        popular event. The calendar artists include Holly Cannon,   wine pairings. Sponsors were recognized as well as the
      Submitted by Glenna Parris                        Diane Raymond, Pam Patterson, Patrice Scott, Val Lally, Susan   host of the event, Bill Lichtenberger. CEO Suzy Hutcheson
         Helping People Succeed’s Pinot & Picasso, An   Clifford, Dan Mackin, Marian Vitale, Pat Hoshino, Julia Kelly,
      Evening of Fine Wine and Art, unveiled the 2022 Art for   Sue Ann Mosley-Saleeby, Laura DeBerard and Don MacIntosh.   Pinot & Picasso on page 3

      Denny  and  Wendy  Hudson  with  Geri  and  Phil
      Faherty                                    Audrey Crandall and Pat Hoshino  Deb Duvall and Carolyn Timmann  Gerald Alcalde, Julia Kelly and Beth Alcalde
      VIM Gala 2022 – Peace, Love And Flower Power

      Volunteers In Medicine Clinic Plans               and wellness. Thanks to the
      A ’60s-Themed Gala To Kick Off                    support of Cleveland Clinic
      The 2022 Season                                   Martin Health, Diagnostic
         Volunteers in Medicine (VIM) Clinic is hosting a   Imaging Services, and
      groovy ’60s-themed gala on Jan. 29, at Willoughby Golf   hundreds of other private
      Club. The Peace, Love and Flower Power gala committee   medical practices on the
      recently visited the Elliott Museum for a little retro fun   Treasure Coast, VIM Clinic
      with a convertible Volkswagen Beetle. The museum is   is one of the premier free
      loaning the car for a photo booth at the event. The gala   and charitable clinics in the
      will feature live music, entertainment, fab food, and cool   country serving thousands
      surprises. Guests are welcome to attend in black tie or   of patients each year. Visit
      show off their bell bottoms and tie-dye. to learn about
         The gala is the major fundraiser for the year for the   giving the gift of health
      clinic and contributes about 30 percent of the revenue to   and how it changes, and
      its overall budget. The president of The Friends of VIM   often saves, lives in Martin  Pictured left to right: Kimberly Perron, Mary Fields, Anne Cooling, Vickie Dodds, Jordan
      Clinic board, Patsy Conrades, said, “The VIM Gala is   County.             Bromberg, Carolyn Michaud, Anita Salas, Petra Eberle and Sandy Razavi.
      always a great event that is well attended year after year.
      spirit.” Patsy added, “I’ve been calling my friends and  10-Year-Old Student Collects Toys
      We are looking forward to see everyone get in the funky
      neighbors and telling them to ‘Be there or be square!’” or calling (772) 463-4128, Ext. 216 to  For Hibiscus Children’s Center
      Tickets and sponsorships are still available by visiting

      speak with Petra Eberle.
      About VIM Clinic                                     The  Tilton Family Children’s Shelter in Jensen
         For  over  25  years,  Volunteers  in  Medicine  (VIM)   Beach was excited to receive an abundance of gifts for
      Clinic has been providing free, comprehensive medical   the children. But this was no ordinary toy drive! John
      care to low-income, uninsured, Martin County residents.   Morgan, a 10-year-old student, wanted to help kids. He
      Utilizing the expertise of staff and  volunteer medical   heard about Hibiscus and asked his mom if he could
      professionals, patients are treated like friends and   help the Hibiscus Shelter kids. John wrote a letter to his
      neighbors with the goal of improving their overall health   family and friends, and the response was overwhelming!
                                                                                  Santa’s Elf, aka John, went
                                                                                  shopping for each gift
                                                                                  and then carefully packed
                                                                                  each one for the Hibiscus
                                                                                  children. In addition, John
                                                                                  and his family brought
                                                                                  the children and staff a
                                                                                  catered lunch with drinks
                                                                                  and plenty of sweet treats
                                                                                  on Christmas Eve.        10-Year-Old Student Collects Toys on page 3
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