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SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1999 NOTABLES Ellen Ullman, whose son has juvenile diabetes, is committed to finding a cure. See High Notes, Page 2 SHARE expands in Palm Beach County by opening a distribution site in West Palm Beach. See Association Spotlight, Page 3 U 'J Contents prepared by the Marketing Department Delray Beach Historical Society helps fund historic-designation research for city bridges I Z"1 wjJ JcT Mu Mr M Jtiftt 'ft - h , " JZ ' 8 mratH-"' . historic preservationist to prepare a report that documents the bridges' histories as well as their specifications. The report is a prerequisite from the Historic Preservation Board. "A listing in the local register sends a strong message to the state that this community is aware of its historic structures and makes every effort to protect them," said Gayl Brown, president of the Delray Beach Historical Society. For information, call (561) 243-0223. t VV - ' jf ... The Delray Beach Historical Society has donated $1,000 to help two of the city's most lofty landmarks span their way toward historic designation. The donation will help the Delray Beach Merchant and Business Association underwrite more research as a first step toward listing the Atlantic Avenue and George Bush Boulevard bridges in the Local Register of Historic Places. "We are truly ecstatic with this generous gift," said David Cook, chairman of the Merchant and Business Association. "It gives us a great head start on meeting our fund-raising goals in what has been, so far, a very grass-roots effort on behalf of the local merchants." More than $3,320 is needed for an 'II 1 If Willi 'r'l- ' i, j From left: Susan Duane and Gayl Brown of the Delray Beach Historical Society, David Cook of ' the Delray Beach Merchant and Business Association and Fritz Devitt of the historical society are working toward the goal of listing two city bridges in the Local Register of Historic Places. Summer Serenade TAG donates $2,500 to Palm Beach County Medical Center r 3US uinsi f V- W ' XMvj' Mi .J J'" X (H4 J ' I..,.-.., .j ,:-v n ; 'in From left: Kady and Bob Broadway of Bethesda Health City, Bob and Sheila Taylor of Bethesda Memorial Hospital, and Bill and Diane Martin of the Boynton Chamber of Commerce celebrate at the Summer Serenade fund-raiser. 'he Greater Boynton Beach Chamber of Commerce's Summer Serenade at Bethesda Health City raised nearly $11,000. Proceeds will aid the chamber's programs and services. Peter Kariher of Bethesda Health City and Lindsey Crowley of Romano's Macaroni Grill co-chaired the event, which attracted hundreds of guests for an evening of food, music and live and silent auctipns. Chefs from 10 local restaurants created some of their most popular dishes for guests to sample. Committee members included Barbara Bar-lage, Cindy Roberts, Kim Beaumont, Joyce Sabo, Heidi Nielsen, Kerry Morrissey, Eileen Fass and . Pave Showalter. irectors of Together Against Gangs have given $2,500 to the Palm Beach County Medical Center to aid a tattoo-removal program. Presenting the check at the Police Benevolent Association Hall to Tenna Wiles, executive director of the Palm Beach Medical Society (second from right) are (from left), Andrew Scott III, TAG vice chairman and Boca Raton police chief; Sheriff Bob Neumann; TAG board member Bob Beamon; Boca Raton City Councilwoman Wanda Thayer; and Manalapan police officer Jan Hansen.