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       VOL. 34 NO. 10                                                                            OCTOBER 2021
        VOL. 35 NO. 5
      45th Annual Black-Tie Ball Raises
      Funds For Surgical Institute                                                 Golden Heart Luncheon
        After a two-year hiatus Jupiter Medical Center Foundation returned to The Breakers, Palm  Raises $490,000 For

      Beach on March 12 for their 45th Annual Black-Tie Ball. The region’s top philanthropists,
      at this beautiful fundraising event. Lee Ann and Jeffrey Alderton chaired the event along with  Children’s Health Care
      physicians, business icons, and Jupiter Medical Center’s biggest supporters were in attendance

      honorary chairs Tesa and Martin Dytrych. Sally Sevareid, cohost of The Mo and Sally Morning
      Show on KOOL 105.5, served as the mistress of ceremonies.                      “There is ability in every disability. Mine is my
        Guests danced the night away to the vibrant tunes of the Georgia Bridgwater Orchestra,   superpower,” said Maelyn Jarmon, season 16 winner of
      a live band that performs everything from swinging big band jazz music to an amazing high   NBC’s The Voice, as she headlined this year’s Golden
      energy mix of dance hits.                                                    Heart Luncheon, an annual event benefiting the Nicklaus
        The event was a major success, raising money for the new Surgical Institute at Jupiter   Children’s Health Care Foundation.
      Medical Center. The two-story, 90,000-square-foot institute will offer 16 state-of-the-art     When Maelyn was very young, she lost hearing completely
      operating rooms and two hybrid operating rooms in a dedicated facility. The institute’s operating   in her right ear and has 20 percent loss in her left ear. She
      rooms will combine traditional surgery with image-guided interventional capabilities. Patients,   considers her hearing loss to be a superpower, and luncheon
      families and friends will have access to outdoor spaces with a terrace, along with a dedicated   guests agreed. After performing Fields of Gold, Blackbird, and
                                                                                   Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Maelyn closed out the show
                                                                                   with an encore of Hallelujah, which brought guests to their feet.
                                                                                   Maelyn travels the country in support of children’s hospitals,
                                                                                   sharing her inspirational story.                 Tiffany Kenney
                                                                                     The other star of the show
                                                                                   was Maja, a Bak Middle
                                                                                   School of the Arts student and
                                                                                   a former patient at Nicklaus
                                                                                   Children’s Hospital in Miami.
                                                                                   When Maja was 9 years old,
                                                                                   she was diagnosed with a
                                                                                   rare bone cancer in her leg
                                                                                   and received treatment at
                                                                                   Nicklaus Children’s. Today,
                                                                                   she is a cancer-free 12-year-old
                                                                                   who wants to be a broadcast
                                                                                   journalist. She gave guests a
      Donna Campesi, Mary Ellen Bell, Beatriz Riccardo, Toni Ulysse, Marilyn Balous, Gail
      Carrick, Karen Callaghan, Diane Perrella, Pat Hutson                         Golden Heart Luncheon    Colleen Parkey, Kelly O’Leary, Casey Nicklaus, Christie
                                                                                   on page 5                Strunk, Casey Fearns, Lizzie Strunk
       45th Annual Black-Tie Ball on page 2
      For The Love Of The Loxahatchee

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

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