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Society Mar 2019 Also on Digital Edition

Martin County Community Foundation hosted a holiday celebration at its new Stuart location. New and existing board members along with guests were welcomed to ring in the season and celebrate the spirit of philanthropy in the community.

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Society Mar 2019 Also on Digital Edition

Local leaders celebrated the roof-topping of Azul Apartments, which are set to open in June. Stuart commissioners plan to bring in year-round residents to help support the continued success of downtown.

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Society Mar 2019 Also on Digital Edition

Young Professionals of Martin County hosted its annual Holiday Party at Harborage Yacht Club & Marina with the theme “red hot.” Attendees contributed toys to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin counties.

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Society Mar 2019 Also on Digital Edition

Steven Vitale, owner of the Old Colorado Inn and five historic homes on Seminole Street, which have been remodeled into charming guest cottages, made the buildings available to Mary's Shelter to use as a fundraising event. The event helped to raise funds to benefit the organization.

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Society Mar 2019 Also on Digital Edition

A crowd of art supporters and Lyric Theatre patrons gathered for a pre-concert party at the Geoffrey C. Smith Gallery in downtown Stuart to welcome world-class violinist and composer Itzhak Perlman. The event was underwritten by developer John J. Doyle of Seminole Bluff, a new development of waterfront condominium homes in downtown Stuart.

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Society Mar 2019 Also on Digital Edition

The Council on Aging of Martin County's annual fundraiser for Meals on Wheels took place at The Kane Center and raised more than $87,000, exceeding the goal of funding 10,000 meals for low-income, homebound seniors.

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Society Mar 2019 Also on Digital Edition

The organization held its opening meeting at the Harbour Ridge home of Rabbi Dannel Schwartz and Suzi Romanik. During the meeting, the group presented Jacki Nardone, director of Grief Support and Pediatric Services at Treasure Coast Hospice, with a $40,000 check.

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Society Mar 2019 Also on Digital Edition

Held at Mariner Sands Country Club, the luncheon was sponsored by Treasure Coast Legal and installed new directors and recognized special community leaders.

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Society Mar 2019 Also on Digital Edition

Locals who attended the holiday event were able to walk through 5 acres of gardens that were illuminated with thousands of lights handcrafted into colorful seasonal and whimsical garden displays.

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Society Mar 2019 Also on Digital Edition

Geoffrey C. Smith Galleries in Port Salerno hosted the opener for its collectors. Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres were served as guests mingled throughout the gallery filled with sculptures and paintings.

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Society Mar 2019 Also on Digital Edition

Guests experienced the talents of world-renowned pianist Alon Goldstein during a benefit concert held at Willoughby Golf Club. After, attendees had the opportunity to meet with Goldstein and ACO Maestro David Amado during a cocktail reception.

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Society Mar 2019 Also on Digital Edition

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Martin County hosted an appreciation event for its supporters at a private motor-showroom. Guest were entertained by a string quartet ensemble of young students, and former club member chef Howard Farro provided the food and was a guest speaker.

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Society Feb 2019 Also on Digital Edition

Fashionistas were invited to Flagler Place for the winter edition of Treasure Coast Fashion Night. Inspired by New York Fashion Week, the charitable event, organized by Msebenzi Masondo, real estate strategist with Engel & Völkers, benefited StarStruck Theatre.

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Society Feb 2019 Also on Digital Edition

The annual event attracted approximately 3,000 visitors and raised more than $135,000. Funds from the week-long holiday event support direct patient care, allowing local families in need access to high-quality mental health services for their children.

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