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       VOL. 34 NO. 10                                                                            OCTOBER 2021
      Celebrity And Michelin-Starred Chefs

      Sign On For The Palm Beaches Restaurant Month

       Celebrations Also Include Retro Airstream

       Pop-Up Events Throughout South Florida

         The Palm Beaches Restaurant Month, Aug. 1 to 31, will serve
       up more than meals and great deals at over 130 participating
       restaurants this year. The expanded culinary celebration will kick
       off with a Friends of James Beard Foundation Benefit on Aug. 2 at
       PGA National Resort, showcasing the talent of two of the county’s
       celebrity chefs and James Beard Award semifinalists, Chef Jeremy
       Ford and Chef Lindsay Autry. Discover The Palm Beaches, the
       tourism marketing organization for Palm Beach County, is also
       bringing the festivities on the road, with a custom retro airstream trailer set to pop up at
       several hotspots throughout the destination and in regional drive markets, like Miami.

      Celebrity And Michelin-Starred Chefs on page 4                              Lynora’s                    Akira Salmon Tiradito and AB Tuna Tataki
       Over 150 Tutu Clad                                                          First Lady Jill Biden Lauds

       Paddlers Took To The                                                        Promise Fund As ‘Incredible

       Jupiter Waterways On July                                                   Example’ Of Hope

       13 To Raise Money For                                                       Visit Shines Light On The Nonprofit’s Innovative Patient

       Chasin A Dream Foundation                                                   Navigator Model, Which Partners Patients With A Personal
                                                                                   Health Care Advocate
                                                                                     On  Thursday,  June 23,  the Promise Fund
        If you happened to be on the water on July 13 you were probably surprised to see throngs of   of  Florida  welcomed  First  Lady  Jill  Biden in
      men, women, children and dogs all sporting tutus and cleaning up trash. The Annual Trashy Tutu   recognition of the nonprofit’s incredible progress
      is a much anticipated event benefitting not only the environment, but local children battling cancer,   in improving high quality access to care by
      cystic fibrosis, heart disease and other life threatening illnesses and disabilities.   helping uninsured and underinsured women
                                                                                   overcome social determinants of health to obtain
                                                                                   critical, early detection screening and lifesaving
                                                                                   treatment for breast and cervical cancers.
                                                                                     The First Lady made the visit as part of
                                                                                   the Biden Administration’s Cancer Moonshot
                                                                                   initiative “to highlight the importance of private
                                                                                   sector commitments and collaboration in the
                                                                                   effort to end cancer as we know it.” She was
                                                                                   joined by Deputy Secretary of Health and Human   U. S. First Lady, Dr. Jill Biden at
                                                                                   Services Andrea Palm.                     the podium. Photo by Capehart
                                                                                     Dr. Biden began her visit to Palm Beach County
                                                                                   with a tour of FoundCare Palm Springs, a federally qualified health center where the
                                                                                   Promise Fund has co-located the Promise Fund Mammography Screening Center,
                                                                                   which houses a 3-D state-of-the art mammography machine donated by medical
                                                                                   technology leader Hologic. Prior to the center’s opening in 2020 in the high-risk,
       Tutu Clad Paddlers on page 2                                                medically underserved community, only 10 percent of FoundCare patients with
                                                                                   orders for mammograms received one. Now, nearly 60 percent do.
                                                                                     “The partnership happening here is incredibly novel and effective at making
                                                                                   meaningful change in early detection and better outcomes,” Chris Irizarry, chief
                                                                                   executive officer of FoundCare, said after the tour. “I hope to see this health care
                                                                                   model replicated at federally qualified health centers across the nation.”
                                                                                     “With the Promise Fund’s help, they have made mammograms not only affordable
                                                                                   and accessible, but easy,” Biden told an audience of community, public, and private
                                                                                   sector leaders at the Hilton West Palm Beach. “Over the last year and a half, I’ve

                                                                                   First Lady Jill Biden on page 5
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