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                                               Fundraising EvEnt

      Island Dunes’ Three Years Of                         CEO of SafeSpace,                                 “because you understand the importance of our work in saving
                                                                                                             “Your support means a lot to SafeSpace,” said Dr. Albizu,
                                                           Dr. Teresa Albizu,
      Support For SafeSpace                              expressed appreciation                            and changing lives here on the Treasure Coast. The pandemic
                                                         for the ongoing support                           has increased the incidence of domestic violence and our help
      By Joan Amerling                                   at the  luncheon;  and                            is needed more than ever.”
         For the third year in a row, the Island Dunes Ladies’ Golf   highlighted some of the                 The statistics of domestic violence are sobering and this group
      Association (IDLGA) held a fundraiser to benefit SafeSpace,   many services provided                 of women were honored to have the opportunity to support an
      which is the only state-certified domestic violence center   to victims at SafeSpace,                organization that is protecting adult victims and their children
      serving the Treasure Coast. Fifty-two ladies gathered on   including the 24-hour                     from physical and emotional abuse here in our community.
      March 16 for “Chip in for SafeSpace,” an event enhanced by   hotline, emergency                      Fifteen IDLGA members joined together in planning this event,
      a St. Patrick’s Day theme, green decorations and a mimosa   shelter, legal assistance,               which was led by Cochairs Ellen Kelly and Christine Olazagasti
      cart on the sixth hole.                            mental health counseling,                         along with the support of Kathy Cassese.
         The ladies enjoyed a round of golf, a delicious lunch   financial literacy training,                 For more information about SafeSpace, visit www.
      at Pietro’s on the River, a silent auction, gift bag drawings   children’s  protective      or call (772) 223-2399. Help is available 24/7
      and raffle. Sponsorships of holes and donations brought this   services and youth   IDLGA Event Cochair Christine   by calling (772) 288-7023.
      year’s total contribution to $8,360. Over three years, IDLGA   prevention education   Olazagasti (right) presents check       Photo provided by SafeSpace
      has raised a total of $27,360 for SafeSpace.       programs.           to SafeSpace CEO Teresa Albizu.

                     BE A PART OF SOMETHING FRESH!                                                          House Of Hope Top Chef 2022 from page 1
                                                                                                            Ed Ciampi was the
          NEW!                                                   9AM-1PM                                    “masterful” master
                                                                                                            of ceremonies. Jason
                                                                     EVERY SUNDAY
                                                                                                            Stocks, owner of
                                                                                                            District Table,  was

                                                                                                            graciously  opening
                                                                 FLAGLER PARK                               the evening’s host,
                                                                                                            his restaurant to the
                                                                         LIVE MUSIC                           extends additional
                                                                                                               House of Hope
                                                                  MOBILE CRAFT BAR                          gratitude to the event’s   Katie Ertz and the other Top
                                                                                                            sponsors: Colab      Chefs used fresh vegetables
                                                                                                            Kitchen; District Table   from the House of Hope
                                                                                                            & Bar; Whilticar Boat   Growing Hope Production
                                                                                                            Works; Firefly Public   Farm and Nutrition Gardens
                                                                                                            Relations & Marketing;   in creating their best dishes
                                                                                                            FPL;  HBKS Wealth    for the judges.
                                                                                                            Advisors;  Coastal
                                                                                                            Drive  Magazine;  Kathy  Carmody;  Mark  and  Dina
                                                                                                            Roosth; McCarthy, Summers, Wood, Norman, Melby,
                                                                                                            & Shultz P.A.; Berger,  Toombs, Elam, Gaines &
                 Operated by Stuart Main Street                                                             Frank Accountants; AG Management; Rick Carroll
                         Stuart Main Street is a 501c3 non-profit focused on promoting the Historic Downtown.
                                                                                                            Insurance;  Wong Family Foundation; Deborah
                                                                                                            Lovequist; Jim and Elaine Matts; and Bob and Linda
         A market for growers, crafters, artists & other creators                                              Plans are already underway for Top Chef 2023!
                                                                                                            About House Of Hope
                                                                                                               Founded in 1984, House of Hope is a 501(c)(3)
                                                                                                            nonprofit organization that empowers Martin County
                                                                                                            residents to overcome hunger and hardship. House of
                    772-285-0502 |                                              Hope touches the lives of more than 7,000 people each
                                                                                                            month helping with basic needs such as food, clothing,
                                                                                                            furniture, financial assistance, as well as longer-term
                                                                                                            case management services that help build life skills
                                                                                                            for a more self-sufficient future.
                   Early Voting                                                                             stores in Stuart, Hobe Sound, Indiantown, and Jensen
                                                                                                               The organization has service centers and thrift

                                                                                                            Beach. House of Hope’s Golden Gate Center for
                                                                                                            Enrichment in Stuart offers free programs, technology,

                                                                                                            potential, health, and overall well-being.
                             August 13 - 20               |   8AM-5PM                                       and workshops designed to enhance life skills, earning

                                                                                                               House of Hope also operates the Growing Hope
                                                                                                            Farm in Palm City and several nutrition gardens
               Election Center | Elisabeth Lahti Library | Hobe Sound Library                               that provide sustainable sources of fresh produce for
                                                                                                            clients as well as nutrition education and vocational
                                   Votación anticipada del 13 al 20 de agosto  |  8AM-5PM
                              Centro Electoral, Biblioteca Elisabeth Lahti, Biblioteca de sonido Hobe       opportunities to the community. For more information,
                                                                                                            visit or call (772) 286-4673. Updates
                                                                                                            and announcements can also be found on Facebook,
                                                                                                            Instagram, and Twitter.

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