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                                                                                                                                          MARCH 2023
       VOL. 34 NO. 10                                                                            OCTOBER 2021
        VOL. 36 NO. 3
      Golden Heart Luncheon                                                       16th Annual SleepOut

      Raises Nearly $600,000                                                      Moves To Roger Dean

      For Children’s Health Care Chevrolet Stadium

        Celebrating 19 years of inspiring hope and promoting                        The Lord’s Place puts a spin on how
      world-class pediatric care, the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care             the community can help hit homelessness
      Foundation raised nearly $600,000 during its annual Golden                  out of the ballpark.
      Heart Luncheon at The Country Club at Mirasol on Jan. 30.                     The Lord’s Place is throwing a
        The 16-time Grammy award-winning composer and                             curveball for its 16th Annual SleepOut.
      producer David Foster, and his wife, American Idol alumna                   Roll out your sleeping bags, set up
      and singer Katharine McPhee, attended the luncheon as                       your tents, and get ready for a spin on
      special guests, using their music and voices to help raise  Jaxon Budnick   the agency’s signature event on Friday,
      money for the foundation. The celebrity couple wowed the                    March 31, at a new location – Roger
      crowd after performing iconic music classics such as The Prayer and Glory of Love, and   Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Jupiter, Fla.
      For Just a Moment from the movie St. Elmo’s Fire.                           Sleeping out under the stars on the ball
        However, 6-year-old Jaxon Budnick stole the show and the hearts of guests. Jaxon   field is optional, but dedicating the night
      was born with metopic craniosynostosis, a rare condition that causes skull and facial   to ending homelessness is essential.
                                                                                    With  an  estimated  3,000  men,   Left to right: The Lord’s Place Board Chair Cornelia
                                                                                  women, and children without a safe   Thornburgh, The Honorable Ann Brown, The Lord’s
                                                                                  place to call home on any given night in   Place CEO Diana Stanley at SleepOut 2022

                                                                                  Annette Atteridge with sons, left to right:
                                                                                  Luke and Nicholas Atteridge, Samson and  Grace (jumping) and Charlotte Bischoff at a past
      Nicklaus Family, David Foster and Katharine McPhee                          Harry Scarola at a past SleepOut event  SleepOut event

      Golden Heart Luncheon on page 2                                             16th Annual SleepOut on page 3
      Palm Beach’s Wildest Night Raised More Than $2.8 Million To

      Benefit Wildlife And Palm Beach Zoo And Conservation Society

        Life-sized lighted giraffes welcomed 500 guests to Palm Beach’s wildest night of the   conservation mission and
      season. Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society’s Journey to Africa Gala brought together   bold vision.
      friends, world-changers and wildlife lovers to make a difference and elevate Palm Beach     “Thank you, everyone,
      Zoo to its true next level: the zoo of the future.                          for contributing to the most
        Deborah Dauman and Suzanne Johnson served as chairs of the Journey to Africa Gala on   successful gala – ever – to
      Jan. 27 on the lush, tropical grounds of Palm Beach Zoo. Michele Kessler, chairman of the   help save wildlife here and
      zoo’s board of directors, and Thomas C. Quick, board member, served as honorary chairmen   in the wild,” said Kessler.
      for the event that raised a record-breaking $2.8 million in support of the organization’s     Quick added, “For more
                                                                                  than 50 years, Palm Beach
                                                                                  Zoo has been committed to
                                                                                  animals and our community
                                                                                  in bringing wild, wonder-
                                                                                  filled experiences to
                                                                                  underserved children whose
                                                                                  only chance to experience
                                                                                  rare and endangered animals  Mrs. Eva and H.E. Ambassador Meshal Al-Thani and
                                                                                  is at the zoo. Our bold vision  Michele and Howard Kessler

                                                                                  Palm Beach’s Wildest Night on page 4
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