Unlock your heart ‘Hab-a-Hearts Luncheon’ to benefit individuals with disabilities
The annual “Hab-a-Hearts Luncheon,” benefiting Palm Beach Habilitation Center, will take place Feb. 16 at Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach.
The event, themed “Unlock Your Heart,” will include an afternoon of sumptuous lunch, guest speaker Tiffany Kenney and informal modeling by the Colonnade Outlets at Sawgrass Mills.
Those in attendance will enjoy “Hab-a-Tinis” provided by Perfect Vodka of Legacy Imports and complimentary wine by Diageo. There will also be music by Valerie White and the opportunity to bid on more than 200 silent auction items during the cocktail reception. Those in attendance can also bid on live auction items, including beautiful artwork by Evelyn Ballin, tickets to a New York Yankees game and a week stay in Cape Cod.
Chairs for the 2015 “Hab-A-Hearts Luncheon” are Marianne Vellis and Sherry Szczublewski. Committee members include Jim Accursio, Prudie Anderson, Sandra Blumel, Christina Brower, Cindee Brown, Donna Brown, Nancy Cashman, Carol Cucci, Charlotte Deleu, Susan Downing, Joanne Driscoll, Kathy Fernandes, Barbara Fuschetti, Jenifer Kelley, Henrietta Koretsky, Helen Logothetis, Noreen Meyers, Mary LouNeagle, Gail Neebe, Mary Ann Pearson, Michelle Richardson, Sheila Rinker, Donna Scully, Lou AnnWilson Swan, LynnWise Smith, Valerie Tango and Babbette Wolff.
Palm Beach Habilitation Center, a United Way Agency, is a private nonprofit organization that provides employment, job placement, residential and retirement services to men and women with mental, emotional and physical disabilities. Since opening in 1959, more than 10,000 men and women have been placed in community employment. Each year, more than 800 individuals receive a variety of services from the Palm Beach Habilitation Center.
For more information, call Jacqueline Nicholson at 561-965-8500, ext. 212, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kathy Fernandes, left, Evelyn S. Ballin and Carol Cucci
Sherry Szczublewski, left, Marianne Vellis and Lou Ann Wilson-Swan