The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on October 8, 1997 · Page 54
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 54

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Wednesday, October 8, 1997
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SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION The Palm Beach Post WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1997- PALM'BESCHl OTAB f 3 Sponsored by Comprehensive AIDS Program of Palm Beach County, Inc. 9 j ,-::.' : Frore Zefc, Befy Pepper, Lenore Raborn, Sonia Torres, Luis Torres, Helen Babione, Sister Frances Madigan, Eileen Hoye and Caridad Asensio Migrant group plans opening of kid's pavilion The committee for the Migrant Association of South Florida plans a Nov. 19 dedication and opening of the Count and Countess deHoernle Pavilion in Boynton Beach. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be from 4 to 5 p.m. at the pavilion. The reception and opening will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Committee members include Caridad Asensio, Helen Babione, Connie Berry, Doreen Brittell, Countess Henrietta deHoernle, Evita Eberhardson, Kris Hersey, Eileen Hoye, Sister Frances Madigan, Betty Pepper, Lenore Raborn, Sharon Edelman-Rueben, Sandy Simon, Luis Torres, Sonia Torres and Nandra Weeks. The pavilion will house a clinic that will provide medical and dental care for children of farm workers. For more information, call (561) 274-4027. Jewish Arts Foundation to present festival k. JE it . f'V J Karen Davis, Robin Bernstein and Stacy Faulkner The Jewish Arts Foundation will present "Tall Tales from Around the World: The fourth annual Multicultural Storytelling Festival." The festival is part of Bookfest '98. Target Stores is a major corporate sponsor. Stacy Faulkner, team relations leader of the Target in Royal Palm Beach, recently presented a check to Robin Bernstein, president of the Jewish Arts Foundation. "Tall Tales From Around the World" brings professional storytellers from Jewish, Hispanic, African-American, Haitian, Seminole Indian and Japanese backgrounds to both young and old audiences. "The goal of the multicultural storytelling festival is to share our cultural folk tales with one another and to pass down these stories from one generation to another," said Karen Davis, executive director of the Jewish Arts Foundation. The festival is scheduled for spring 1998. v For more information, call (561) 659-1156. " l, 1 fef ; ' ft - 9 i From left, Terry Lewis, Todd Runnells, Snag Holmes and Joe Einas Golfers chip in for education The 15th annual South Florida Fair Scholarship Golf Classic raised $26,935. Proceeds are used for scholarships given by the South Florida Fair and Expositions Inc. The tournament, presented by Jerry's Caterers, took place at Emerald Dunes Golf Club in West Palm Beach. The winning team consisted of Snag Holmes, Todd Runnells, Terry Lewis and Joe Einas. The fair encourages youth to pursue a nigner education. -: , -The deadline for entries is Dec. 1. Scholarships will be pre- sented at the air in January.-, . ; For more information,: call (561)793-0333. , 'fff ;

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