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VOL. 32 NO. 5                                                                                   MAY 2022

      45th Annual Black-Tie Ball Raises Funds For Surgical Institute

        After a two-year hiatus Jupiter Medical Center   in a dedicated facility. The institute’s
      Foundation returned to The Breakers, Palm Beach on   operating rooms will combine
      March 12 for their 45th Annual Black-Tie Ball. The   traditional surgery with image-guided
      region’s top philanthropists, physicians, business icons,   interventional capabilities. Patients,
      and Jupiter Medical Center’s biggest supporters were   families and friends will have access
      in attendance at this beautiful fundraising event. Lee   to outdoor spaces with a terrace, along
      Ann and Jeffrey Alderton chaired the event along with   with a dedicated discharge area leading
      honorary chairs Tesa and Martin Dytrych. Sally Sevareid,   to covered parking for privacy and ease.
      cohost of The Mo and Sally Morning Show on KOOL      Support  for  this  year’s  event
      105.5, served as the mistress of ceremonies.       comes from generous sponsors and
        Guests danced the night away to the vibrant tunes   underwriters, including Presenting
      of the Georgia Bridgwater Orchestra, a live band that   Sponsors Palm Beach Kennel Club and
      performs everything from swinging big band jazz music   The Rooney Family; Diamond Sponsor
      to an amazing high energy mix of dance hits.       The Narlinger Family; Gold Sponsors
        The event was a major success, raising money for the   Leo, Claire and the Robert Adenbaum
      new Surgical Institute at Jupiter Medical Center. The two-  Foundation, Jeff and Lee Alderton, the
      story, 90,000-square-foot institute will offer 16 state-of-                          Donna Campesi, Mary Ellen Bell, Beatriz Riccardo, Toni Ulysse, Marilyn Balous,
      the-art operating rooms and two hybrid operating rooms   45th Annual Black-Tie Ball on page 2  Gail Carrick, Karen Callaghan, Diane Perrella, Pat Hutson
       Golden Heart Luncheon

       Raises $490,000 For Children’s Health Care

        “There is ability in every                       her left ear. She considers                         The other star of the show was Maja, a Bak Middle
      disability. Mine is my                             her hearing loss to be a                          School of the Arts student and a former patient at Nicklaus
      superpower,” said Maelyn                           superpower, and luncheon                          Children’s Hospital in Miami. When Maja was 9 years
      Jarmon, season 16 winner                           guests  agreed.  After                            old, she was diagnosed with a rare bone cancer in her leg
      of NBC’s  The Voice, as                            performing Fields of Gold,                        and received treatment at Nicklaus Children’s. Today, she
      she headlined this year’s                          Blackbird, and Somewhere                          is a cancer-free 12-year-old who wants to be a broadcast
      Golden Heart Luncheon, an                          Over the Rainbow, Maelyn                          journalist. She gave guests a video tour of Nicklaus
      annual event benefiting the                        closed out the show with                          Children’s Hospital in Miami, as well as the hospital’s
      Nicklaus Children’s Health                         an encore of  Hallelujah,                         inpatient, emergency, and neonatal intensive care units
      Care Foundation.                                   which brought guests to                           at Jupiter Medical Center.
        When Maelyn was very                             their feet. Maelyn travels                          The event raised $490,000 to help children like Maelyn
      young, she lost hearing                            the country in support of                         and Maja get the medical treatment they need.
      completely in her right ear                        children’s hospitals, sharing
      and has 20 percent loss in  Tiffany Kenney         her inspirational story.                          Golden Heart Luncheon on page 3
      For The Love Of The Loxahatchee

      The Loxahatchee Guild Has                          is largely responsible for saving the original Florida East     “This is such a
                                                                                                           beautiful location,”
                                                         Coast Railway Depot that now sits at Sawfish Bay Park.
      First Event Since 2020                             2022 Fundraiser                                   said Jane Castellano,
                                                           Over 125 Loxahatchee Guild members and guests   Loxahatchee Guild
        The Loxahatchee Guild has just conducted their first   attended the “For the Love of the Loxahatchee” fundraising   member. “It is really
      fundraising event since February 2020, which was just   event at Topside at the Beacon on the Jupiter Inlet. In addition   great to finally be
      three weeks before the world was hit with the COVID   to individual donations, many local restaurants and shops   able  to  get  together
      pandemic.                                          donated items for auction baskets. Gallery Grill, Moir’s Food   as a group again.”
        The Loxahatchee Guild has been the premier historic   Shack, Envy of Palm Beach, Gretchen Scott, and Jonathan’s   What’s  Next  For
      preservation group in northern Palm Beach County since   Landing Golf Club were just                 The  Loxahatchee
      1981. Among many other projects over the years, the guild   a few of the local sponsors.             Guild?
                                                                                                             The Loxahatchee
                                                                                                           Gui l d p ro vi de s
                                                                                                           ongoing support
                                                                                                           of the Jupiter Inlet
                                                                                                           Lighthouse and
                                                                                                           Museum as well
                                                                                                           as the Flagler train
                                                                                                           depot  and Aicher
                                                                                                           House at Sawfish Bay

                                                                                                           For The Love Of The Loxahatchee on page 4
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