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March 7, 2012




Glossy Social Events Magazine



“Gardens for the Heart”

February 17, 2012 at The Mar-A-Lago Club, Palm Beach

DONALD TRUMP with TONY DOVOLANI of Dancing With the Stars Photo by the Publisher Maya Johnson

PALM BEACH ROUND TABLE Board of Directors 2011-2012

Front Row L-R: Suzi Goldsmith, Assistant Treasurer; Arlette Gordon, 2nd Vice President; Hermé de Wyman Miro, Chairman of the Board; Joan G. Rubin, Claire Chasanoff, Barbara Anderson, Executive Director, Roberta Drey. Second Row L-R: Lynn A. Malek, Jacquie Klein, Diana Paxton, Ari Rifkin, Michael J. Dixon, Marvin Kamin, Secretary. Back Row L-R: George T. Elmore, Richard Pietrafesa,Vice Chairman, Dick Robinson, President, Sheldon T. Lenahan,1st Vice President, Lexye Aversa, Edwin N. Vinson Not Pictured: Hans D. Baumann,Treasurer, Bernard Bennett, Elizabeth Bowden, Rhoda Chase, David Dodson, Hugh E. Evans, Mignon Gardner, Thornton M. Henry, Vicki Kellogg; Albert Levy, Suzy Minkoff, Muriel F. Siebert Photography by Corby Kaye’s Studio Palm Beach

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Palm Beach Round Table Celebrating 80 Years!

Speaker Sponsor Barbara Anderson, , Chairman of the Board Hermé de Wyman Miro, President Dick Robinson, Guest Speaker Barbara Krantz, Luncheon Underwriter Arlette Gordon

Suzi Goldsmith, Sarah Pietrafesa, and Joan Frani

Ari Rifkin, Maude Cooke, Michael Metzner, and Joan G. Rubin

Vicki Kellogg, Anka Palitz, Hermé de Wyman Miro

George Elmore, Diana Paxton, Janet Levy, and Michael J. Dixon

Sigrid & Hans Baumann, Jean Dolan, Roberta Drey

Marvin Kamin, Lucille Jacobs, Sheldon Lenahan


Photography by Studio Palm Beach

The Palm Beach Round Table held a luncheon on Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at The Colony Palm Beach with Luncheon Chairman Hermé deWyman Miro and President Dick Robinson presiding over the event. Arlette Gordon and Elizabeth Bowden were the Luncheon Underwriters. Executive Director Barbara Anderson was the Speaker Sponsor. The guest speaker was Dr. Barbara Krantz, Medical Director of the noted nonprofit Hanley Center. Dr. Krantz speech topic was “The Impact of Addiction and New Treatment Research”. She stated that one sixth of the US population are using prescription drugs nonmedically. Dr. Krantz stated that 70% of these prescription drugs are being taken unknowingly from people’s medicine cabinets. She said drug unintentional deaths are second to car accidents. She also said 8 out of 14 abused drugs among high school 12th graders are prescription drugs. Dr. Krantz said the economic costs of adverse events caused by drug use to be estimated at more than $22 trillion. She showed brain scans of the harmful effects from abuse of drugs that are caused from the decreased blood flow to the brain and described the treatments that are having positive results for people. The Boynton Beach High School Dimensional Harmony Choir, consisting of 35 talented students, performed a musical interlude led by their director Sterling Frederick prior to the luncheon. Mrs. de Wyman Miro, Chairman, presented a scholarship to Boynton Beach High School Director Mr. Frederick. The Round Table patron members and guests greatly enjoyed the event.

Jonathan Benz, Debbie Speanburg, Cindy Feltenstein, Janet Levy, Cecilia McInerney, Yardley Manfuso

Edwin Vinson, Lynn & George Malek, Claire Chasanoff

Doug Evans, Carol Jaeger, Anneliese Langner

Jacquie & Link Klein, Dorothy & Arthur DeRuve

Chairman of the Board Hermé deWyman Miro presenting scholarship grant to Boynton Beach High School Dimensional Harmony Choral Page 3 Director Sterling Frederick.

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Elisabeth Wulff Wine

Email: elisabeth.scandinavianantiques@gmail.com Website: www.scandinavianantiqueandliving.com www.1stdibs.com

I recently opened my location here in Palm Beach after coming to US from Milan to participate in various Art and Antique shows for many years. It was wonderful to be back at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antique show this month and meet with all my old clients and interior designer friends from all over the world. I really came to realize there is a definite market for Scandinavian and Swedish painted furniture in pastel colors especially here in South Florida. I am very much looking forward to welcoming clients with taste and appreciation for high quality antiques to my shop!

Seen in Saks Fifth Avenue at Palm Beach Gardens, FL

L-R: Patricia Connors is wearing lime green turquoise multi-strand. Marsha Archer, extraordinary jewelry designer, is wearing her own design, white coral bib with black onyx and mixed metal details. Debbi Porreco is modeling white opalite spectator necklace. Page 4

Photos by the Publisher Maya Johnson

World-renowned dealers spark strong sales and record attendance at the


PALM BEACH JEWELRY, ART & ANTIQUE SHOW Tens of thousands of savvy collectors, industry experts and serious buyers flocked to the Palm Beach County Convention Center February 17-21 for the annual return of the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show. The show reached a record number of attendees and sales in the history of the show including selling out the parking lot each day. With the collections of more than 180 world-renowned dealers on display, the show featured a broad spectrum of items available for purchase. “We have exceeded all expectations for this year’s Palm Beach Show with the best attendance and sales in the history of the show”, said Scott Diament, President and CEO of The Palm Beach Show Group. “This show is a significant cultural event that has been brought to Palm Beach County for nine consecutive years, and we are pleased to host it every year.” The Hope for Depression Research Foundation (HDRF), founded by Audrey Gruss was the show’s charity sponsor adding new features to the show incorporating design into real lifestyles of today. A champagne reception was held on Friday’s Preview Evening to showcase a special room with five vignettes designed by nationallyacclaimed AD 100 interior designers; Scott Snyder, Jim Aman & John Meeks, Bruce Bierman, Geoffrey Bradfield and Campion Platt. “All the supporters I spoke to were delighted to walk through the Hope Designer Showcase. It was a wonderful way for them to see how art and antiques from the show work in today’s real lifestyles.” said Gruss, founder of HDRF. “We at HDRF were so pleased to partner with such an exciting, successful event. After all, the show is about creativity and beauty, and it’s wonderful to see how it can enhance your life.”

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Scott Diament and Audrey Gruss

Sales were strong throughout the show and dealers were once again pleased with the array of serious collectors shopping the show floor. “By far the best show ever with the quality attendance in our booth. Show seems to be up 30% higher than it was last year,” said David Rosenberg, President of Rosenberg Diamonds. “Our sales have been in the seven figures.” “It was a great crowd, they were extremely educated in what they were looking for,” said Nick Boston from Nick & Martine Boston Antiques. Next year’s Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show will be held Presidents’ Day weekend, February 15-19, 2013, at the Palm Beach County Convention Center.

Scott Snyder, Abigail Kuklis and Dane Barley Page 5

38th Annual LOVE and HOPE Ball an Evening with Barry Gibb.

February 19, 2012 Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa Hollywood, Florida

Barry Gibb International Chair

Tova Leidesdorf with LIFE Chairman Sonja Zuckerman

Maya Johnson with International Chair Linda Gibb and her daughter-in-law T. Gibb

Samantha and David Marulli, Nicole and Tova Leidesdorf, Barbara and Al Marulli, Robin and Edmond Leidesdorf,

Tova Leidesdorf and Family Love Honorees.

Baroness Beatrice Clancy with Dr. Stanford Ziff

Elizabeth Trump, Schick Abdula, Baroness Gabrielle and Vilda de Porro Photos by the Publisher Maya Johnson Page 6

Lady Monica Heftler with a guest

Ronnie Collins with Elizabeth Fago

Mr. and Mrs. B. Matheson

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ANNUAL PALM BEACH HEART BALL “Gardens for the Heart”

Katie and Leo Vecellio

Larry and Suzanne DeGeorge

Donald Trump

Patrick Park

Honorary Chairman

A Star-Studded Success with Donald Trump and Tony Dovolani of Dancing with the Stars. Palm Beach, Fla. More than 360 guests joined the American Heart Association for its 57th Annual Palm Beach Heart Ball on February 17 at The Mar-a-Lago Club. Paula Butler served the Chairman of the Gala, Patrick Park was Honorary Chairman and Burt Reynolds was Honorary Ambassador. More than $600,000 net was raised which will go directly to fighting heart disease and stroke. Highlights of the evening included members of the Palm Beach Symphony performing during the cocktail reception, a warm greeting by Suzanne Boyd of CBS 12, and Tony Dovolani of TV’s Dancing with the Stars twirling on the dance floor with delighted auction winners to the music of Alex Donner and his Orchestra. During the action-packed live auction, Donald Trump caused quite a stir when he pledged $50,000 to the Association. “It was a delight to have the opportunity to support heart health education and advocate for healthier lives,” said Patrick Park, Honorary Chairman.

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Paula, The Chairman of the Gala and Robert Butler

Guests enjoyed the entertainment and a delicious heart healthy dinner amidst opulent and fabulously floral décor by Bruce Sutka, inspired by the theme, “Gardens for the Heart,” including living centerpieces, remarkable ceiling high trees, fresh fruits and vegetables and twinkling lights. Sponsors of the Gala included Paula and Robert Butler; Lawrence J. and Florence A. De George Charitable Trust; Patrick M. Park; The Rhoda and David Chase Family Foundation; The Richard and Helen Devos Foundation; Suzanne and Robert Tomsich; Janet and Mark Levy; Hermé de Wyman Miro; and Kathryn and Leo Vecellio.

Mark and Janet Levy with Tony Dovolani

Ray and Judi Richards

Bess Ames

Helene and Stanley Karp

Brianna Mahler with Jason Brian

Arlette Gordon and Elizabeth Bowden

Veronica Mersentes with HermĂŠ de Wyman Miro

Johanna Klausen with Michael Dixon

Photos by Lucien Capehart and by the Publisher Maya Johnson

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Hayden Hosford is wearing a dress design by Amal Sarieddine

84th Academy Award Sunday, February 26, 2012 Palm Beach, FL

Photos by the Publisher Maya Johnson

Hayden Hosford is wear-


ing the dress design by famous Lebanese designer Tony Ward. “Tony Ward’s collections are a tribute to women and their femininity, with the taste and distinctive charm of a timeless style” www.tonyward.net

Amal Sarieddine is a Lebanese fashion designer that had the opportunity to receive the torch from her mother, Nawal Sarieddine, who established a lavish fashion design house under her name forty years ago. After graduation as an interior architect from the Lebanese American University and in fashion design in 2000, she launched her own collections in 2004 from Beirut and then Paris and New York to conquer a large fan of the high and luxurious community such as the royal family of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates as well as a large number of clients from Europe and United States. www.AmalSarieddine.com

Palm Beach Opera Guild at The Cabaret Sigrid Baumann, Florence Gaynor, Jacqueline Goldman, Phyllis Gurwin, Bernise Rosenbloom, Estelle Fassler, Maria Murphy, Elizabeth Murphy, Mary Montgomery, Sandra Goldner, Carol Berliant, Carol Weltz and Guild Luncheon Chair Carla Mann. Others on hand were Palm Beach Opera Board members Gladys Benenson, Hans Baumann, Rita Denerstein, Paul Goldner as well as Palm Beach Opera general director Daniel Biaggi, and Leon Fassler.

Paulo Szot

Brazilian operatic baritone singer and actor. Tony Award winner for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical, the Drama Desk Award Arlette Gordon, Daniel Biaggi

Sigrid and Hans Baumann

Sheila and Jack Fisher, William Schon and Ron Silverston

Gladys Benenson and Michael Dixon

Sarah and Dick Pietrafesa

Daniel Biaggi and Mac Schwebel

Maddie Singer with Dick Robinson

Photography by Studio Palm Beach

Palm Beach Opera Guild hosted a sold-out dinner and performance “Come to the Cabaret�, starring Paulo Szot in the Royal Room at The Colony, Palm Beach on February 8, 2012. Guests joined dinner chairwoman, Suzy Minkoff and co-chair Barbara Weimer for an entertaining evening. Opening remarks were made by Guild President Arlette Gordon. Guests included fellow Guild Board members Claire Chasanoff, Elizabeth Bowden, Charlotte Kimelman, Muriel Shapiro,

Claire Chasanoff and Suzy Minkoff

L-R Claire Chasanoff, Alexandra Kusher Wasil, Arlette Gordon and Analiesse Langner

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BLACK & WHITE KNIGHTS GALA Unicorn Children’s Foundation, February 25, 2012

Order of the Unicorn 2012 Royal Night

Dr. Sasson Moulavi, J.D. Murphy, Dr. Mark Rosenbloom, Fred Hassan, and Mike Rosenbloom

Madeline and Herbert Hillsberg

Grand Dame Jeannette Stark & Host,Wayne Player, son of golf legend “The Black Knight” Gary Player

Dr. Sasson & Renata Moulavi, Michelle and Ron Yellin

Joanne Gabay & Richard Kayne

Juliette & David Ezagui

L-R: Elisabeth Dalfen, Genevieve Murphy, Michelle Yellin, Joanne Gabay, Juliette Ezagui, Valeria Rosenbloom, Grand Dame - Jeannette Stark, Milli Hershman, Sarah Hassan, Constance Josanu-Melman, Lori Cabrera, Dr. Rafael Cabrera, and Dawn Donohue. Page 12

Mr. & Mrs. Fred Hassan and their daughter Sarah

Valeria & Mike Rosenbloom

Photos by Dawn Donohue, Fortson photography LLC, and by the Publisher Maya Johnson

Lori & Dr. Rafael Cabrera

Sharon Alexander, Amy Mann, Lizzette Uzzo, and Sofia Santiago

Gianni and Lexye Aversa call Palm Beach home, but their travel busi-

ness has them globetrotting for over 30 years, with a special passion for Gianni’s native Italy. Their Hotel & Travel Planning Company, PTI Associates, creates “life-tasting” experiences throughout Italy including Sicily. Former Manager of hotels in Rome (where Lexye met him) and New York (including the Mayfair Regent and Westbury), Gianni shares his vast knowledge of Italy planning countless honeymoons, spectacular destination weddings, personal and corporate trips.  He operates customized tours for museums, schools, alumni associations, opera groups, or just friends and family traveling together.    Carving a niche with a diverse selection of charming and unique properties, castles, palaces, mansions, convents and villas, Gianni is on a first name basis with each manager or owner. The “7 Beauties” are PTI’s very special luxury retreats, including Grand Hotel des Iles Borromees on Lake Maggiore, L’Andana in Tuscany, Villa Cora in Florence. Hailing from Sorrento, Gianni’s precious “Beauties” in that area are Ravello’s Palazzo Sasso, Sorrento’s Bellevue Syrene, Villa Tre Ville in Positano (Zeffirelli’s former home) and Don Alfonso, a sumptuous Relais with 2-star Michelin Restaurant, chef cooking school and world famous wine cellar, owned by Gianni’s childhood friend who was named #1 chef in Italy and one of the top three chefs in the world. PTI provides reservations for over 100 characteristic hotels and “concierge” type arrangements for the discriminating traveler, with personalized sightseeing, exclusive yacht charters, villa rentals, private islands, shore excursions, kid-friendly guides, and insider tips for dining, fashion, art and beyond.

Contact Gianni Aversa, President of PTI Associates at 561-776-1173, PTIreservations@aol.com

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Smoked salmon platter, onions, tomatoes, capers, bagel and cream cheese

Piatto Di Formaggi $14

Four cheeses with sunflower honey

Salumi Misti $14

Assorted salami and olives

Frutta Assortita Di Stagione $14 Variety of fresh fruit

Vin Cotto Omelette Cacio E Pepe $12 Pecorino and black pepper omlet

Strapazzata Con Salmone E Cipolla $14

Scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, onions, croissant

Tagliata Con Uova Al Tegamino $16 Pan fried eggs with new york strip

Frittata Di Vegetali $12

Baked vegetable frittata with an arugula salad

Pasticceria Varia $3 each

Muffins, Croissants and Bagels

Succhi Di Frutta $3 each

Apple, Pineapple, Orange, Tomato, Grapefruit and peach All eggs are served with white or whole wheat toast, sautéed rosemary potatoes, sausage links and bacon Page 13

Photos by the Publisher Maya Johnson



ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Solving The Neurological Puzzle Raises over $ 350,000.00 for the first inaugural event

Gala chair Janet Levy with Jay Leno & Hermé de Wyman Miro

On Saturday, February 25, the University of Miami, Department of Neurology, had their first major fundraiser in Palm Beach at the Breakers Hotel. Janet Levy and Cindy Feltenstein were co-chairs of this spectacular evening of dinner, dancing and entertainment by Jay Leno. The evening began with a cocktail reception in a beautifully decorated Mediterranean ballroom.VIPs, which consisted of major donor and ticket holders were escorted into the Florentine room which had been transformed into a chic nightclub atmosphere for cocktails and hor’deurves. The affable Jay Leno appeared and lingered to chat with guests and have their photos taken with him. After cocktails , guests entered the magnificent Venetian room. Michael Williams , news anchor of WPTV. introduced Donna Shalala, President of the University of

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L-R Justin Levy & Amanda Magid with Janet, Mark and Mathew Levy

Miami, who spoke about how the University, under the guidance of Department chair Ralph Sacco and Miller School of Medicine Dean Pascal Goldschmidt, has successfully increased their neurology department rating to number 33 out of 1,300 national ranked neurology departments in the U.S.. according to U.S. News & World Report. Jay Leno had the crowd in stitches as he delivered a half hour comedy act. A gracious Jay Leno not only personally donated $10,000 to the University of Miami in honor of the Gala’s co-chair Janet Levy, but used his auctioneer talents to raise thousands more for the neurological department and even generously donated almost 200 VIP tickets with back stage passes to the “Tonight Show” to anyone who bought them for the auction bid price of $500.00. Michael Williams then topped the night off by raising over $35,000 in less than 10 minutes.

David & Rhoda Chase with Jay Leno

Pascal Goldschmidt, Dean of the Miller School of Medicine at the University of Miami

Performance by Hot Property Dr. Ralph Sacco, director of Neurology with Donna Shalaal

Jayne & Chris Malfitano with Jay Leno

Thank you to our Sponsors

Mark and Janet Levy Braman Motors Lois Pope Neiman Marcus Phil and Lynne Kramer Sherry and Herb Rosenstock Herme’ de Wyman Miro Susan and Roger Fradin Olemberg Family Foundation Rhoda and David Chase Robert and Judith Cornfeld Affordable SEEOS

Robert David & Toni Holt Kramer

Cindy & Tom Feltenstein

Lois Pope & Bill Porter Herb & Sherry Rosenstock

Michael Dixon with Jan & Chip Malley

Jay Leno & Donna Shalaal President of the University of Miami

Gala Chair Cindy Feltenstein with Jay Leno

Gala chairs Janet Levy & Cindy Feltenstein

Vince & Cindy Cerrone Page 15

The 20th Annual “Herb in Florida� Party!

Herb Roemmele, noted financial consultant and Senior Vice President of Wells Fargo in Shorthills, New Jersey, held his annual party at the Beach Club on February 25, 2012. Friends came from all over the world to the party, a party that began with a handful of people 20 years ago and is now up to more than 240 guests.

Carol Neves with Herb Roemmele

Reed Kean, Herb and Jack Reynolds

Shayne Findlay with Herb Roemmele and Lydia Geiger

Dr. Alice Guest with Herb Roemmele

Herb Roemmele and Mayor of West Palm Beach Jeri Muoio, Ph.D Page 16

Doran Mullen with Elizabeth Bowden

Disco band Fusion

Artists- Duaiv

Ellen Hall, Jo Ann Nappi, Joyce and Dr. Agresti, Lee Little with her brother

Photos by the Publisher Maya Johnson

Ann Estrabrook and Herb Roemelle

Mayor of West Palm Beach Jeri Muoio, Ph.D. with Entonella Christlieb

Ann Miller with Michael Menillo, ESQ and Joan Novell


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561-833-6444 www.264thegrill.com

Open 11:30 am for Lunch | Seven nights for Dinner Jazz Wednesday and Sunday | Susan Merrit Trio with Norm Kobrin Every Friday from January 13-th | The Switzer Trio (dance the night away) HAPPY HOUR | Nightly $5.00 drinks and a bar menu

Rose Glamoclija

understands as well as anyone the importance of dealing with health professionals who are focused on meeting the specific needs of the client. This is her goal at Boca Nursing Services, which she launched 18 years ago after spending time as a registered nurse who worked with private patients. “Continuity is very important to our clients,” Glamoclija says. “It’s comforting to know that someone who understands what you need and want is always available to help.” To help ensure continuity of care and provide peace of mind for her patients and their families, Glamoclija developed a team approach designed to provide each client with a team of caregivers. “When I first meet with a patient, I immediately have an idea of which caregivers will make the best team,” she says. “We’ve discovered that there is a high degree of patient satisfaction that results from matching the right team to the patient.”


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Jill, Rich, Carlos, Switzer Trio every Friday 8:30pm-11:30pm

On that night, Broadway star Avery Sommers was performing Feb 24th, 2012

At Boca Nursing Services, it’s not unusual for a team of caregivers to stay with a patient for many years.“Whether they’re at home or in the hospital, our clients are able to live more enjoyable lives thanks to the team approach,” Glamoclija says.

Service: Team Approach to Private Duty Nursing



Photos by the Publisher Maya Johnson

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Snowy: Male, neutered, Lhasa Poo three years old.


18 month old Male American Bulldog. I am a big goofball, very friendly and playful. I love to give slobbery kisses.

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Zeus: 8 month old pure bred Husky. Male, neutere.

Rocket: 2 year old pure bred

Miniature Pincer, male, neutered.


6 year old male Doberman Pincer, neutered

Jackie 5yr. old

Female Rottweiler. I am a well behaved girl and love to be around people.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Beautiful birthday lady

Josephine D’Amelio

is celebrating her birthday with family and friends.

It's so much fun to be spoiled and get it all

Portrait of a Woman

At the Ritz-Carlton, Palm Beach, 561.540.4960 EAUSPA.COM Photos by the Publisher Maya Johnson

Quantum House Inaugural Spring Luncheon

Photos by the Publisher Maya Johnson

Josephine D’Amelio with some of her friends, celebrating her birthday party at her lovely home.

Thursday, March 22, 2012, 11:30 a.m, Palm Beach Entertainment and Unveiling of Honorees’ Oil Portraits

2012 Inaugural Year Honorees

Grand Honoree: Dorothy Sullivan Grand Honorary Matriarch: Countess Henrietta de Hoernle Honorary Matriarchs: Helen Babione, Suzy Minkoff


Sherry Frankel Jacie Keeley Dr. Maria M. Vallejo Bobbi Horwich Lynda Levitsky Chairwoman-Founder: Renee D. Plevy Co-Chairwoman: Bobbi Shorr

Yolande de Bonvouloir and Beatrice Caizer

Yolande de Bonvouloir were entering a group of French speaking people and Beatrice Caizer spoke about her book “Murder for beauty”.


Lani Click Lina Blanco Jankus Maya Johnson Roberta Jurney Peggy Kelleher Patricia Turner

Please RSVP before Monday, March 12, 2012 to www. Quantumhouse.org/events, or call (561) 494-0515

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Palm Beach Today International March 7 2012  

Donald Trump with Tony Dovolani of Dancing with the Stars. Annual Palm Beach Heart Ball. Round Table, 9th Annual Palm Beach Jewelry Art & An...

Palm Beach Today International March 7 2012  

Donald Trump with Tony Dovolani of Dancing with the Stars. Annual Palm Beach Heart Ball. Round Table, 9th Annual Palm Beach Jewelry Art & An...