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VOL. 28 NO. 3                                                                            MARCH 2023

                                                              Singer Spotlight

                               Golden Heart Luncheon Raises Nearly

                                 $600,000 For Children’s Health Care

         Celebrating 19 years of inspiring hope and promoting world-
      class pediatric care, the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation
      raised nearly $600,000 during its annual Golden Heart Luncheon
      at The Country Club at Mirasol on Jan. 30.
         The 16-time Grammy award-winning composer and producer
      David Foster, and his wife,  American Idol alumna and singer
      Katharine McPhee, attended the luncheon as special guests, using
      their music and voices to help raise money for the foundation. The
      celebrity couple wowed the crowd after performing iconic music
      classics  such as  The  Prayer  and  Glory  of  Love,  and  For  Just  a
      Moment from the movie St. Elmo’s Fire.
         However, 6-year-old Jaxon Budnick stole the show and the
      hearts of guests. Jaxon was born with metopic craniosynostosis, a
                                                                                         Jack and Barbara Nicklaus, Katharine McPhee,  Ashley Brown, Rhonda
      Singer Spotlight on page  4                               The Budnick Family       David Foster                              Titherington

                           Charity event                                                             FundraiSing event

              16th Annual SleepOut                                                Palm Beach’s Wildest Night

              Moves To Roger Dean                                                       Raised More Than $2.8

                  Chevrolet Stadium                                                 Million To Benefit Wildlife

         The Lord’s Place puts a spin on                                             And Palm Beach Zoo And
      how the community can help hit
      homelessness out of the ballpark.
         The Lord’s Place is throwing                                                      Conservation Society
      a curveball for its 16th Annual
      SleepOut. Roll out your sleeping
      bags, set up your tents, and get ready                                         Life-sized lighted
      for a spin on the agency’s signature                                        giraffes welcomed 500
      event on Friday, March 31, at a new                                         guests to Palm Beach’s
      location – Roger Dean Chevrolet                                             wildest night of the
      Stadium in Jupiter, Fla. Sleeping out                                       season. Palm Beach
      under the stars on the ball field is                                        Zoo and Conservation
      optional, but dedicating the night to                                       Society’s Journey to
      ending homelessness is essential.                                           Africa Gala brought
                                     Grace (jumping) and Charlotte Bischoff at a past   together friends, world-
      Charity Event on page 2        SleepOut event                               changers  and  wildlife
                                                                                  lovers to make a
                                                                                  difference and elevate
                                                                                  Palm Beach Zoo to its
                                                                                  true next level: the zoo
                                                                                  of the future.
                                                                                     Deborah Dauman    Philippe and Deborah Dauman, Suzanne and Woody Johnson
                                                                                  and Suzanne Johnson
                                                                                  served as chairs of the Journey to Africa Gala on Jan. 27 on the lush, tropical grounds of
                                                                                  Palm Beach Zoo. Michele Kessler, chairman of the zoo’s board of directors, and Thomas

                                                                                  Fundraising Event on page 6
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