CASTLE’s 18th Annual ‘Holiday Magic’ Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Thu, 2015-01-29 10:49 Jaguar Land Rover Treasure Coast hosted CASTLE’s premiere event for more than 270 guests. Spirits, hors d’oeuvres and dinner were served prior to live entertainment. Silent and live auctions helped to raise more than $114,000 to help prevent child abuse and teach parenting skills to families in need.Read more about CASTLE’s 18th Annual ‘Holiday Magic’
The ARC of Martin County held its annual Swinging Fore the ARC Golf Tournament at Piper's Landing Yacht and Country Club in Palm City. The two-day event included an evening cocktail party and auction in addition to golf festivities.
A grand opening celebration of Amicus Medical Center took place at its new location in Stuart. Guests enjoyed snacks, giveaways and raffle prizes.
CBS News Foreign Correspondent Charlie D'Agata offered guests of the Elliott Museum's annual History in the Making Luncheon a captivating glimpse into a reporter's life from the other side of the camera lens. Held at Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa, the benefit helped to support the Museum's many changing exhibits, fascinating collections and varied events and classes.
The Women's Council of Realtors held its 13th annual Purse Auction themed “Diamonds and Pearls” at the Stuart Yacht and Country Club, during which a selection of 75 purses was displayed. A portion of the proceeds benefited Friends in Pink and Operation 300 (Bahamas relief funds).
This year's annual bash set a new record, raising $210,300 for maternity and pediatric care, including the Mother & Baby Home Care Program. Hosted by the Cleveland Clinic Martin Health LifeSavers, more than 750 people turned out for the sold-out event at the Jensen Beach Causeway Park.
More than 100 golfers participated in the annual Sailfish Point Golf Tournament for Treasure Coast Hospice. The tournament, followed by an award reception, raised more than $160,000 to help Treasure Coast Hospice provide exceptional, quality end-of-life care to patients and their families in Martin and St. Lucie counties.
The Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast celebrated its annual “Shipwrecked” with a fun adults-only party. Guests arrived in pirate, castaway and mermaid attire and enjoyed island-inspired cuisine as well as live music by A Kiss By A Rose Entertainment.
Guests donned their best pirate outfits and pearls for the Molly's House Pirates and Pearls Garden Bash. Those in attendance enjoyed music, live mermaids and pirates, craft cocktails and beers, a silent auction and Caribbean cuisine provided by The Gafford.
Meridian Marina Boat Parade Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by epradeep on Fri, 2016-02-26 03:17 More than 200 guests enjoyed the 2015 Martin County Christmas Boat Parade pre-party and captain's meeting held at Meridian Marina & Yacht Club in Palm City. Guests were treated to hors d'oeuvres, drinks and live music. The boat parade was held the following evening and concluded at the City of Stuart docks with a large crowd of onlookers.Read more about Meridian Marina Boat Parade
The Pine School celebration featured dinner, cocktails and dancing, as well as live and silent auctions. The event raised a record-breaking $230,000 with $85,000 dedicated to professional development for Pine School faculty.
The 60th-anniversary event took place at Harbour Ridge Yacht and Country Club and celebrated six decades of community mental health services for children and adults on the Treasure Coast. The inaugural New Horizons Mental Health Champion Award went to CEO John Romano, who retired at the end of 2018 after serving for 30 years with the non-profit agency.
The Pine School in Hobe Sound kicked off the new year with its 14th Annual 100 Years of Cars Car Show, held at the sprawling 174-acre campus on January 16, 2021.
Dancing with the Martin Stars presented by Martin County Healthy Start Coalition took place at The Lyric Theatre with a sponsors' reception at Flagler Place before the event. Contestants performed in front of a full house, helping to raise $177,500. Maggie Slobasky and Travis Scott took home the first place title.
The Elliott Museum flashed back to 1969 with more than 300 people dressed as hippies gathered to celebrate the opening reception for the “Summer of ‘69” exhibition showing in the museum's Changing Gallery. The exhibit honors the 50th anniversaries of the crew of Apollo 11's landing on the Moon, the Miracle Mets, the war in Vietnam and Woodstock.
More than 140 guests attended a private fundraiser hosted by Dr. Daniel and Marlena Husted at their waterfront home to raise support for House of Hope's rapidly growing health and nutrition initiatives. The evening featured a variety of Roaring '20s touches including a preserved antique car, premium cigars, gold-dusted cocktails and an ice sculptured vintage coupe.
This year's event took place at the River Palm Cottages & Fish Camp, during which guests enjoyed a paella dinner and auctions, all while learning about Project LIFT, an organization that serves young men and women. A Captain's Party and family barbecue were also held during the weekend.
Ten Treasure Coast non-profit organizations received nearly $345,000 in grants from The Frances Langford Fund for Martin County during a reception at the Dolphin Bar and Shrimp House in Jensen Beach. The largest grant, $95,605, went to House of Hope to build a produce packing center to improve nutrition for at-risk populations.
Striving to break the norm of familiar arts and music within the community, Court Room Sessions returned for its third installment at the Court House Cultural Center. The exhibition featured contemporary works by South Florida artists. Alongside an impressive roster of visual artists, the opening night also featured live musical performances by West Palm Beach-based Holy Dances and Miami-based Monterrey.
More than 200 supporters attended United Way of Martin County's second annual “Tikis on the Terrace” presented by Bank of America at The Mansion at Tuckahoe. Guests swayed to island tunes and enjoyed traditional Polynesian entertainment, tropical-inspired food and raffle prizes along with a silent auction.