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      Lighthouse For The Blind

      Celebrates 75th Anniversary With An Eye Ball

        Lighthouse for the Blind of the Palm Beaches     Islay Rodriguez and Urban Gypsy, dinner, and an awards   agency providing education and rehabilitation services to
      celebrated its 75th Anniversary with an Eye Ball on   ceremony that recognized seven organizations and   people who are blind or visually impaired in Palm Beach,
      Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. at the Pelican Club   individuals who impacted the organization over the 75   Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River and Okeechobee counties.
      in Jupiter. The event raised $75,000 which will directly   years. Sponsors included Mr. Roy T. Young, Margaret   Lighthouse serves thousands of individuals of all ages:
      impact the local blind and visually impaired community.  Donnelley, Dr. and Mrs. Mas Massoumi, Dr. Clifford   babies, children, teens, adults and seniors. No fees are
        The exquisite evening began with a cocktail reception   Salinger and Dr. Helayna Brown, Merlin Law Group, The   charged for eligible persons. For more information visit
      and silent auction on the outside waterfront deck   Society of the Palm Beaches Southern Dames of America or call (561) 586-5600.
      overlooking the historic Jupiter Lighthouse. 175 guests   and Shutts & Bowen.                                              Photos by Jacek Photography
      enjoyed entertainment by visually impaired performer     Founded in 1946, The Lighthouse is a private, nonprofit

                                                        Mary  Allen presents Outstanding                                   Elizabeth Prus presents Excellence in
      Donte Mickens, Page Ferrel and Allen Preston receiving  Individual Partner Award to Dr. Scott   Stan Klett presents Beacon Award of  Community Service Award to Dr. David
      Lifetime Achievement Award on behalf of Lions Club   Gartner.                      Excellence to Marvin Tanck.       Cano.

                                                                                                      Marjorie Potter-Kolb, Shirlee Nitz, Monique Sheft, Mignon Gardner
       Ana Gomez, Tim Young, Shelli Ecklund, Martin Cherry, Leslie Fischer, Nancy Harris  Dori and Clifford Salinger  and Catherine Ford Brister

      Islay Rodriguez and Urban Gypsy perform under the lights   Lighthouse youth participant Kaitlyn Deverson performs
      of the Jupiter Lighthouse.                         for the crowd.

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