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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 53

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NC C THE PALM BEACH POST THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1998 3E TODAY -TUDENT OF THE WEEK B 13th Annual Palm Beach Boat Show, Thursday through Sunday on the Intracoastal Waterway along Flagler Drive between Clematis and Fern streets in West Palm Beach. Hours: noon-8 p.m. Thursday; 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday. Tickets $7; $2 kids 6-12. Call 833-5711. Ti'eshia M. Daniels Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts Ti'eshia Daniels has a resume that would make any adult take notice. A senior at the Dreyfoos School of the Arts, Daniels has been active in both school and community activities. Doll sale to help Salvation Army Career Fair, 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on the first floor of Building A of the Palm Beach Community College south campus, 3000 St. Lucie Ave., Boca Raton. Call 367-4629. Clematis by Night She s edited the school yearbook, The Marquee, initiated and served as president of the Leaders in Furthering Education (LIFE) Club, served on the Student Council Executive Board, helped out as an ambassador for the Very Special Arts program and been a member of the National Honor Society, the 'if! """'V I, featuring Sister Sara, acoustic rock, 5:30-9 p.m. at Centennial Square, West Palm Beach. Free. Call 659-8007. B Limoges trunk show, 2-6 p.m. today at Bloomingdale's in The Gardens mall in Palm Beach Gardens and noon-5 p.m. Sunday at the Blooming-dale's in Town Center at Boca Raton. Presented by porcelain expert Francis Soichet. Call 625-2234. B Catskills Comedy Capers, 8 p.m. today through Saturday and 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. Presented by Sunset Productions. Tickets are $30, $35 and $38. Call 297-3737. COMING FRIDAY Spanish Honor Society and the Fellowship of Christian Artists. And that was only in 12th grade! Her involvements also include serving as "attorney" in the Youth Court first-time offender program and doing mission work in Bolivia and Mexico. She is a Silver Award recipient of the Girl Scouts of America and a member of the Garry Q. Lewis dance troupe. "During our six years together, I have watched this young lady grow into a remarkable adult who is mature and poised, determined and focused, and above all committed to a life of value and purpose," teacher Sharon Mills wrote in a letter of support for Daniels. "Ti'esha has overcome many obstacles in her life, yet few know about the adversity she has experienced Ti'esha has known exactly what she wants to do with her life since she was in seventh grade, and she has not been afraid of the great odds that stand in her way." The toys will be sold to raise money for the group's summer camp program. By Carolyn Susman Palm Beach Post Staff Writer Yes, grown women play with dolls. And it's lucky for the Salvation Army that they do. Sixty-three beautiful, hand-dressed dolls are the focus of the ninth annual Hearts of Gold luncheon sponsored by the Salvation Army's Women's Auxiliary of Palm Beach County. The luncheon will be April 9 at The Breakers in Palm Beach. The dolls are sold at the event to raise money to send needy children to Camp Keystone, the Salvation Army's summer camp, and to raise money for the Christmas Stocking project and the homeless shelter. Last year, the luncheon netted $52,000 for these projects. There were 14 categories for dressing the dolls, and prizes were awarded for first, second, and third place, as well as best in show and favorites of the judges. Among the winners were Ellen Patz of Miami, who dressed eight dolls; Lottie White of Boynton Beach, who is in her 80s and dressed eight dolls; and Jeanne Quam-men of Boynton Beach who dressed nine dolls. Special recognition was given to Carol Kratzel of North Palm Beach, who died in January but had completed dressing six dolls. Lottie White finished one of Kratzel's uncompleted dolls. Maryam Fraser is chairman of this year's luncheon Co-chairmen of the doll tea were Shirley Linebaugh and Carol Fur-tak. For invitations, call 686-3530. Israeli, local teens unite in music B Brown Bag series featuring Bobby Pruitt and High Voltage, 11:30 a.m.-l:30 p.m. at Centennial Plaza in downtown West Palm Beach. Includes $5 lunch specials from downtown restaurants. B Bob Roberts' Society Orchestra, 1:30-3:30 p.m. at the Boynton Beach Civic Center, 128 E. Ocean Ave. Features old-time big band sound. Call 375-6240. B Trish and the Troublemakers, 8-11 p.m. as part of Jazz in Jupiter at Sprazzo restaurant, 201 N. U.S. 1, Jupiter. No cover charge; reservation recommended. Call 575-9509. B Kick the Can: An Exploration of Coloring Outside the Lines, student-directed one-act plays, 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday in Florida Atlantic University's Studio 2 on the central campus in Boca Raton. Tickets $5; FAU students free. Call 297-3737. B Relay for Life, 24-hour team event to benefit American Cancer Society, starting at 6 p.m. Friday at Forest Hill High School in West Palm Beach,. Carver Middle School in Delray Beach and Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens. Call (800) eacher of the week Hand-dressed dolls will be focus of the Hearts of Gold luncheon sponsored by the Salvation Army's Women's Auxiliary. at the JCC. The Israelis also will perform in Boca Raton following their joint performance with the magnet school students. Host sponsors include Mary Baugh-man of Royal Palm Beach, liana DeLaney of Royal Palm Beach, Norman and Carol Erenrich of West Palm Beach, Caryn Hack-ett of West Palm Beach, Nini Krever of Palm Beach Gardens and Estee Levinson of Wellington. Also, Jody and Andy Levy of Palm Beach Gardens, Toni and Ed Meyer of West Palm Beach, Nancy and Mark Sims of Palm Beach Gardens, Ellen Sahab of Boca Raton, Esther Zaretsky of West Palm Beach and Marjorie Konigsberg of Palm Beach Gardens. St. Mary's to get $35,000 The Florida Steering Committee of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is donating $35,000 to The Children's Hospital at St. Mary's Medical Center for establishment of a pediatric oncology support team. "Dana-Farber is please to offer its support to this important initiative," says Richard Krock, general co-chairman of the Seventh Annual Discovery Ball, which benefits Dana-Farber. "We expect to present a second check to The Children's Hospital . . . because we believe that this will be the beginning of a long and mutually beneficial relationship." The Children's Hospital is the only pedi- . atric hospital between Fort Lauderdale and Orlando. Have some good news to tell about people in central Palm Beach County? Want to nominate a student or teacher of the week? Send your information to Carolyn Susman at The Palm Beach Post, P.O. Box 24700, West Palm Beach, Fla. 33416-4700. Phone 820-4433. Please include any photos. LOOKING AHEAD Suzanne Farkas-Collins Northmore Elementary School Suzanne Farkas-Collins teaches math lab at Northmore Elementary, and those who know her say the students love her class. They explore math through games, computers and laser discs. "Math is so abstract that using tools such as games help children understand," she says. She believes math should be fun for students, not a fearful experience. And that's a goal she has strived for in 10 years of teaching. Aside from running the B Country Music Festival, 7 p.m. Saturday at the Clewiston Fairgrounds. Features Nashville recording artists Bart Roy and John Hornsby. Presented by the American Red Cross, Palm Beach County chapter. Tickets: $10; $5 under 12. Call 992-9703. B 5th Annual Multicultural Fair, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at John F. Kennedy Middle Magnet School, 1901 Ave. S., Riviera Beach. Features ethnic food and entertainment, cultural exhibits, games and more. Admission is free. Call 845-4500. B Book signing and reading by authorplaywright E. Claudette Freeman with her new book Pieces and Me, 5-7 p.m. Saturday at Pyramid Books, 544-5 Gateway Blvd., Boynton Beach. Call 731-4422. B Book signing, 4 p.m. Saturday at Books-a-Million, 2471 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach. Nora Roberts will autograph her new book Home-port. Call 615-6917. More than 15 local families are hosting about 30 Israeli teenagers who are part of a joint orchestra of Israeli and Palm Beach County youths entertaining locally in celebration of Israel's 50th birthday. The project was conceived by Amy Bergman, special events coordinator for the Harold and Sylvia Kaplan Jewish Community Center of the Greater Palm Beaches. The Israelis, part of the Partnership 2000 from the region of Tzahar, are joining performers from the Alexander J. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, where Arts Coordinator Lorraine Fitz helped set up the pairing. The group will perform Saturday during the IsraelFest 50 Saturday Evening Gala and Sunday at the IsraelFest 50 celebration math lab, she serves as chairperson for the Instructional Innovation Team, as advisor for the Stock Market Game, coordinator for the math fair ; and sponsor for the Odyssey of the Mind Club. , Her favorite motto is: "The right angle to any problem is the triangle." FREE OSTEOPOROSIS TESTING AND RESEARCH WOMEN: If you are 1 or more years post menopause age 45 or older, osteoporosis prevention and treatment research study programs are available at no cost. You must not have taken Estrogen or Miacalcin within the past 6 months, and you not be taking Fbsamax. 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