A benefit concert featuring award-winning performers Elmar Oliveira, Sirena Huang and Lindsay Garritson brought standing ovations at the kick-off event celebrating the Atlantic Classical Orchestra’s pearl anniversary. Guests enjoyed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and the opportunity to meet the artists at the ensuing reception.


Vero Beach Museum of Art kicked off its 2019-20 season with leadership members with a dinner and fascinating lecture by Max Hollein, director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The event was catered by Elizabeth Kennedy and sponsored by The King Group Merrill Lynch Wealth Management and Indian River Estates.


Parents and their young cowboys and girls roped horses, attempted to ride a mechanical bull and enjoyed a meal right out of the old-days of the Wild West. Benefitting the Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast, the event also featured a lively cowboy circus and a host of delightful fun and games.


A full house of guests joined in the fun of a luncheon, holiday bazaar and fashion show fundraiser to benefit the Council on Aging of Martin County’s Meals on Wheels program. Presented by the Council and Anchor Home Health Services and emceed by WPBF anchorwoman Erin Guy, this holiday tradition embodied the spirit of the season.


Attendees at H.A.L.O.’s event enjoyed cocktails and dinner at Cobalt restaurant with live and silent auctions to raise money for life-saving services at the no-kill animal shelter. Guests enjoyed meeting cats and dogs who are temporarily living at the shelter waiting to find their “furever” homes.


Show tunes, gourmet dining, dancing and fundraising filled the evening at Hibiscus Children’s Center’s Martin County gala. The Ladies of Act III and DJ Jimmy Dee helped kick the party into high gear. Funds raised support abused, neglected and abandoned children living in the shelter.


Guests enjoyed a colorful night of celebrating all whose lives have been touched by cancer and fundraising for the organization’s mission to eliminate the disease. The event included a survivors art gallery and a raffle, and event honoree Steve Rennick celebrated his journey with cancer.


Glorious live music, a gourmet dinner and a large silent auction with prizes galore brought the Christmas spirit to a full house of attendees. National speaker and bestselling author Rebekah Lyons shared her story of overcoming anxiety and depression. .


Stunning decorations set the scene for the luncheon held in Riverside’s Orchid Lobby and Waxlax Stage to raise funds for the theater. The Broadway Tenors — Matt Cavenaugh, Kevin Kern and Kyle Dean Massey — performed a concert to a very entertained audience.


Sponsored by PNC Bank and hosted by sportswear brand Mochachino, the Why Not Be Fabulous fashion show kicked off this year’s social season with glamour and style to benefit GraceWay Village. Funds raised help feed the hungry, clothe children and educate struggling adults to help them move beyond poverty.


Hibiscus Children’s Center honored one of the original guild, the late Maya Peterson, at the gala, which featured elegantly attired jugglers, performers and dancers. Revelers enjoyed auctions, dancing and a delicious dinner. Guests dressed to the nines as they spent the night giving back to benefit youth living at Hibiscus Village.


The ARC held a festive dinner and dance to celebrate an individual or group that has made a difference for the ARC and the lives of the adults with disabilities it serves. Chris Walker was honored this year for supporting The ARC by donating her time, money and caring.

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