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            Woodfield Hunt & C.C., Fieldbrook Estates, Boca Grove, Polo Club, Newport Bay Club, Seasons of Boca

        VOL. 23 NO. 10                                                                           OCTOBER 2023

      Eighth Annual Boca Raton Bowl Great Chefs Tailgate

      Showcase Heats Up Wednesday, Nov. 8

      “Food, Fun And Fundraising” With                   the campus is at 5000 T-Rex Ave.,
      25-Plus Area Chefs, Brewmasters And                Boca Raton (entering through the
      Mixologists                                        main entry sign on Yamato Road
                                                         east of Military Trail) with plenty
         An impressive roster of 25-plus top local chefs, breweries   of free parking.
      and cocktail masters are bringing their A-game to triumph at      Top chefs from local
      the annual Boca Raton Bowl Great Chefs Tailgate Showcase,   restaurants, country clubs, hotels
      on Wednesday, Nov. 8 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. (with an alternate   and catering services, as well as
      rain date the next day, Thursday, Nov. 9).         brewery and mixology pros, will
         The popular “food, fun and fundraising” event is made   bring their culinary and beverage
      possible by ABC Supply and is presented   creativity to please the palates
      by Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRiC) and CP Group. It   of event-goers and a panel of
      features a diverse bounty of creative culinary, craft beer and
      cocktail samplings, and will be held in true outdoor tailgate   Eighth Annual Boca Raton   A stellar roster of chefs and brewmasters are bringing their A-game in friendly
      tradition once again on the lawn at BRiC. Located lakeside,   Bowl on page 3    competition to benefit Spirit of Giving’s Annual Holiday Gift Drive.
      7,380 Bowls Of Cereal Donated To Boca Helping Hands

      At FAU Tackle Hunger Cereal Drive

         On Saturday, Sept. 9, Boca Helping Hands (BHH),                                                   executive director of Boca Helping Hands. “Cereal is one
      in collaboration with Florida Atlantic University (FAU)                                              of the least donated items to food banks across the country,
      Athletics and Cereal4All for the third year in a row,                                                which means underserved kids and families do not always
      commemorated September’s Hunger Action Month by                                                      get to start their day with a nutritious breakfast.”
      hosting a Tackle Hunger Cereal Drive at FAU Stadium in                                                  Cereal4All was started by 15-year-old twin brothers
      Boca Raton. Those who donated one or more unopened                                                   Jett and Luke Justin of Boca Raton when they were just 8
      cereal boxes prior to the Florida Atlantic vs. Ohio football                                         years old. After volunteering at Boca Helping Hands with
      game’s 6 p.m. kickoff got into the game for free, with all                                           their parents, Jett and Luke organized their first cereal
      donations going to BHH’s Pantry Bag clients. Food drive                                              drive for BHH at their elementary school in 2016. Over
      participants donated 738 boxes of cereal, equating to 7,380                                          the last seven years, the boys have expanded the program
      bowls and 812 pounds of food – more than double last year’s                                          to 15 schools in Palm Beach County as well as to schools
      total.                                                                                               in Arizona, California, Connecticut, Nevada, New York,
         “We were so pleased that so many people came out from                                             and Washington to benefit their own local food banks.
      the community to donate cereal – especially with some
      rain showers leading up to the game,” said Greg Hazle,                                               7,380 Bowls Of Cereal on page 5
      B’nai Torah Volunteers Host Red Reef Park Cleanup

      As Symbolic Act Of High Holy Days Cleansing Tradition

         B’nai Torah Congregation hosted its sixth annual   Days started on Friday, Sept. 15, at sunset. While the ancient   About B’nai Torah Congregation
      “Reverse Tashlich” on Sunday, Sept. 10, in collaboration   Jewish tradition of Tashlich involves casting one’s sins in      B’nai Torah Congregation is the largest conservative
      with Gumbo Limbo Nature Center. More than 110 volunteers,   water, Reverse Taslich prioritizes tackling the modern, global   synagogue in Southeast Florida with over 1,300 membership
      ranging in age from six months to 86 years old, picked up   issue of pollution.                      families. The synagogue, which offers a wide variety of volunteer
      trash from Red Reef Park in Boca Raton.               In 2015, a group of students devised the idea of reversing   opportunities that will enrich the synagogue experience, is
         B’nai Torah is one of 220 communities in 12 countries   the process and removing human “sins” – or pollution and   a vibrant center for tzedakah acts and projects that touch
      around the world participating in this community cleanup   litter – by cleaning the water and waterfront. Thus, Reverse   thousands of people. Learn more at
      initiative, dubbed “Repair the Sea.” The Jewish High Holy   Tashlich was born.
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