The Palm Beach Post Notables 11-28-2012 : Page 10

10 NOTABLES SPECIAL SECTION OF THE THE PALM BEACH POST REAL NEWS STARTS HERE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2012 NOTABLES REVIEWS IN CASE YOU MISSED IT POST-EVENT STORIES PEGGY ADAMS ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE MUSEUM Animal lovers gather in anticipation of Ball Inaugural tournament raises $32,000 Event: Inaugural Golf Tournament When: Nov. 9 Where: Mayacoo Lakes Country Club, West Palm Beach What: Golfers teed up an inaugural success at the South Florida Science Museum’s Golf Classic. The sold-out event was hosted by the Museum’s Young Professional Orga-nization. Who: Chair Heath Ran-dolph Sponsors: Hed-rick Brothers Construc-tion, Garden of Life, PNC Wealth Management, John C. Bills Proper-ties, Wells Fargo Private Bank, Florida Communi-From left: Judd Rowe, Heath Randolph, Rett Waldman and John Clark ty Bank, Strong Boalt and Robert Wildrick/Jos. A. Bank. Amount raised: $32,000 Proceeds: Proceeds support the South Flori-da Science Museum. Information: (561) 832-1988 From left: Nellie Benoit, Linda Miller and Joanie Van der Grift were among those in attendance for an elegant evening along the Intracoastal Waterway recently as Virginia Burke opened her Palm Beach home to support Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League. The event was in celebration of the upcoming Christmas Ball, which will be held on Dec. 6 at the Sailfish Club in Palm Beach. Burke and Lesly Smith are serving as chairs for the event, which is celebrating its 40th year. For more information about the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League or the Christmas Ball, call (561) 472-8873. THE JIM MORAN FOUNDATION Goray honored for support of migrant children QUESTERS COMMUNITY SERVICE FUND INC. AND THE OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY INC. Students honored for excellence Event: Achievement Week Program When: Nov. 11 Where: Greater St. Paul A.M.E. Church, Boynton Beach What: Nine students were honored for their Achievement and Excel-lence: Thierry Labbe and Patrick Mosley of Atlan-tic High School; David Adejunmobi of Boca Ra-ton High School; Court-ney Gonzalez of Boyn-ton Beach High School; Yosiah Bohannon, Eve-lyn A’Sante Ross, Colin Saget of Santaluces High School; and Raymond N. Campbell and Erich Maine of Village Acade-my. These students were honored for their lead-ership ability, academic achievements, and com-munity service contri-For her many years of providing educational opportunities and advocacy for children of migrant families in Palm Beach County, Donna Marie Goray has been named the 2012 recipient of The Jim Moran Foundation Award. With the honor, Goray received a $50,000 unrestricted grant for the Farmworker Children’s Council, Inc. – the nonprofit of her choice – and a bronze sculpture, created by South Florida artist George Gadson, of an open book with a child climbing a ladder supported by an outstretched hand. Jan Moran (right) recently presented Goray with the award and a $50,000 check to the Farmworker Children’s Council. From left: Ricky Petty, Boynton Beach Mayor Woodrow Hay, Rev. Nathaniel Robinson, Percyell Pratt and Terry Crawford butions. The organiza-tion also named Boynton Beach Mayor Woodrow Hay Citizen of the Year and brothers Martreace Jones and Percyell Pratt the Omega Man of the Year for their community involvement. Who: Chairman Terry Crawford, Co-Chairman Wilbert Brown Information: (954) 805-6741

South Florida Science Museum

NOTABLES REVIEWS

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT POST-EVENT STORIES

Inaugural tournament raises $32,000

Event: Inaugural Golf Tournament

When: Nov. 9

Where: Mayacoo Lakes Country Club, West Palm Beach

What: Golfers teed up an inaugural success at the South Florida Science Museum’s Golf Classic. The sold-out event was hosted by the Museum’s Young Professional Organization.

Who: Chair Heath Randolph

Sponsors: Hedrick Brothers Construction, Garden of Life, PNC Wealth Management, John C. Bills Properties, Wells Fargo Private Bank, Florida Community Bank, Strong Boalt and Robert Wildrick/Jos. A. Bank.

Amount raised: $32,000

Proceeds: Proceeds support the South Florida Science Museum.

Information: (561) 832-1988

Read the full article at http://www.mydigitalpublication.com/article/South+Florida+Science+Museum/1245421/136229/article.html.

The Jim Moran Foundation

Goray honored for support of migrant children

For her many years of providing educational opportunities and advocacy for children of migrant families in Palm Beach County, Donna Marie Goray has been named the 2012 recipient of The Jim Moran Foundation Award. With the honor, Goray received a $50,000 unrestricted grant for the Farm worker Children’s Council, Inc. – the nonprofit of her choice – and a bronze sculpture, created by South Florida artist George Gadson, of an open book with a child climbing a ladder supported by an outstretched hand. Jan Moran (right) recently presented Goray with the award and a $50,000 check to the Farm worker Children’s Council.

Read the full article at http://www.mydigitalpublication.com/article/The+Jim+Moran+Foundation/1245422/136229/article.html.

Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League

Animal lovers gather in anticipation of Ball

From left: Nellie Benoit, Linda Miller and Joanie Van der Grift were among those in attendance for an elegant evening along the Intracoastal Waterway recently as Virginia Burke opened her Palm Beach home to support Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League. The event was in celebration of the upcoming Christmas Ball, which will be held on Dec. 6 at the Sailfish Club in Palm Beach. Burke and Lesly Smith are serving as chairs for the event, which is celebrating its 40th year. For more information about the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League or the Christmas Ball, call (561) 472-8873.

Read the full article at http://www.mydigitalpublication.com/article/Peggy+Adams+Animal+Rescue+League/1245423/136229/article.html.

Questers Community Service Fund Inc. And The Omega PSI PHI Fraternity Inc.

Students honored for excellence

Event: Achievement Week Program

When: Nov. 11

Where: Greater St. Paul A.M.E. Church, Boynton Beach

What: Nine students were honored for their Achievement and Excellence: Thierry Labbe and Patrick Mosley of Atlantic High School; David Adejunmobi of Boca Raton High School; Courtney Gonzalez of Boynton Beach High School; Yosiah Bohannon, Evelyn A’Sante Ross, Colin Saget of Santaluces High School; and Raymond N. Campbell and Erich Maine of Village Academy. These students were honored for their leadership ability, academic achievements, and community service contributions. The organization also named Boynton Beach Mayor Woodrow Hay Citizen of the Year and brothers Martreace Jones and Percyell Pratt the Omega Man of the Year for their community involvement.

Who: Chairman Terry Crawford, Co-Chairman Wilbert Brown

Information: (954) 805-6741

Read the full article at http://www.mydigitalpublication.com/article/Questers+Community+Service+Fund+Inc.+And+The+Omega+PSI++PHI+Fraternity+Inc./1245426/136229/article.html.

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