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VOL. 15 NO. 11                                                                         NOVEMBER 2023

       Get Into The Spirit Of The Season!

      Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade And Toy                                        MIAPBC will collect toys
                                                                                  by land and by sea for Toys for
      Drive Returns                                                               Tots and Little Smiles. During
                                                                                  the first week of November,
        ’Tis the season! The Marine Industries Association of                     donation boxes will be placed
      Palm Beach County (MIAPBC) is excited to announce                           throughout the county for toy
      the return of the Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade and                        drop-offs.  During  the  boat
      Toy Drive, Palm Beach County’s most treasured tradition.                    parade, there will be a “toy
      Presented by Intracoastal Yamaha of Jupiter, the parade will                fleet” of boats traveling along
      benefit Toys for Tots and Little Smiles.                                    the parade route that will make
        On Dec. 2 at 6 p.m., a floating Zambelli fireworks display will lead the boat parade on   convenient dockside pickups.
      the Intracoastal Waterway, starting in North Palm Beach and navigating to the Jupiter Inlet   Simply wave a flashlight when you see a boat with toy drive signage, and uniformed Marines
      Lighthouse. The free, family-friendly event will feature up to 80 boats of all sizes decked   and volunteers will pull right up to your dock to collect your donations. Last year, MIAPBC
      out with fun decorations and thousands of holiday lights. Radio personalities Mo and Sally   received more than 14,000 toys.
      with KOOL 105.5 will return as Grand Marshals of the boat parade, with a special guest
      appearance by Santa Claus.                                                  Get Into The Spirit Of The Season! on page 3
      Fun, Food And Philanthropy Take Center Stage

      At Highballs & Hibiscus Event

      Annual Celebration Raises Funds For                                           “The support of our
                                                                                  community is integral to our
      Women’s And Children’s Services At Jupiter                                  success,” said Amit Rastogi,
                                                                                  M.D., MHCM, president
      Medical Center                                                              and CEO of Jupiter Medical
                                                                                  Center. “Our current focus
        It’s official – the social season has started with Jupiter Medical Center Foundation’s sold-out   of  growing  our  depth  and
      Highballs & Hibiscus event. The 12th annual fundraiser, held for the second consecutive year at   breadth of services, developing
      Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, is known as a festive and fun celebration of philanthropy. The   new strategic partnerships and
      event was chaired by Jessica and Nicholas Mastroianni III, along with Honorary Chairs Aliya and   expanding  our  geographic
      Justin Howard. Jay Cashmere, WPTV anchor, served as master of ceremonies, where he and key   footprint   –  all  whil e
      supporters, including Brad Faxon, led the crowd through an exciting live auction. Funds were   maintaining a focus on quality,
      earmarked to support Jupiter Medical Center’s award-winning Women’s and Children’s services.   safety and patient experience –
                                                                                  has been made possible due to   Lynn and Mike Menery, Dory and Brad Faxon, Marissa
      Highballs & Hibiscus on page 2                                              generations of supporters.”   and Ryan McGovern
      Live Like Jake Sixth Annual ‘Be The Light’ Gala Raises

      Over $150,000 Towards Preventing Childhood Drowning

      During One Enchanted Evening

        Live Like Jake, the local foundation created in memory of Jake Roarke Morrison,
      raised over $150,000 during their sold-out Sixth Annual Be the Light gala on Oct. 14
      at Lady Jean Ranch. They welcomed 200 guests to support the foundation’s mission of
      providing scholarships for self-rescue swim lessons and financial support to families
      who have a child with critical care needs due to a drowning accident.
        Emceed by Mike McGann the Enchanted Evening-themed event featured a sumptuous
      appetizer buffet, open bar, dinner, silent auction, 360 photo booth, dancing, and the
      special Be the Light award which was presented to Eric Lupton with Life Saver Pool

                                                                                  Lindsey Rohrig and Allie Hayes
                                                                                  pose  with  a  guitar  signed  by
                                                                                  Taylor  Swift  from the  silent
                                                                                  auction at the Live Like Jake Be
                                                                                  the Light gala.
                                                                                                              Live Like Jake Founders, left to right, Roarke and Keri
                                                                                  Live Like Jake on page 4    Morrison with daughters Julia and Josie Morrison
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