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Page 4 Palm Beach County Notables, Advertising Section, The Palm Beach Post, Wednesday, December 3, 1997 Treat yourseCf To rEkgance WEDDINGS SHOWERS BIRTHDAYS REHEARSAL DINNERS BOARD RETREATS PRIVATE PARTIES CARD PARTIES CATERING SERVICES Delray Beach Golf Club (561)243-7385 2200 Highland Ave. Delray Beach oohALO nose - ks AjjW ll 8 Tfimnksgivina was wcnderfuli ... iLarf!.--! t ..It V -"??wMB!ff but ricf fcr everyone. From left, Marie Stolfi, Cris Langan and Karen and Dr. Committee members kick off Joseph Phillips Bethesda Ball Tonight over 4,000 parents in Palm Beach County will tuck their children into a cardboard box. Last year, our Shelter for families with children helped 5,926 homeless people in Palm Beach County. For $41 XJ0 you can help one child sleep in a warm bed provided by our shelter. Your donations can be mailed ta hospital executives Robert Hill and Roger Kirk. The ball will be March 6 at the Ritz-Carlton in Manalapan. The theme of the ball is "Mardi Gras Madness." Proceeds will support stereotactic radiosurgery at Bethesda. Guests included Norm Os- The 1998 Bethesda Hospital Ball Kickoff Breakfast took place at Bethesda Hospital's Dolphin-Manatee Room. Ball chairmen Karen and Dr. Joseph Phillips, welcomed committee members and introduced guests, honorary ball chairpersons Cris Langan and Marie Stolfi, and Please... Help us help them For more information about the Center for Family Services and its programs, please call David Vacca at (561) 616-1222. Boca Raton student leading local fight against HIVAIDS trowski, Jan Ganesh, Gail Queeney, Susan Dsurney, Donna Biase, Renee Sperduto, Sally Wheeler, Nancy Gold, Eleeza Rex, Pamela Monaghan, John Cialone, Rosie Lopez-Viego and Laura Mc-Cormick. For more information, call (561) 737-7733. Pack Up and Go You don't have to go far to find great vacation ideas that'll get you packing. Just go to the Travel section in this Sunday's Palm Beach Post. ? '' a"" "V art jft -. )- m " A w f T V- : r. A - J 1 W ; : '"'A 'P' .Kv-t III V f flfs HOKE IMPROVEMENT New Construction Residential & Commercial Restorations Room Additions Renovations, Repairs Remodeling TILE New Tile installation Restoration We eliminate: Soap Buildup Dirty Grout Mildew Leaking Dirty Snower Doors WE RESTORE Brightness Color Shine b ALL SURFACES Ceramic Tile Terrazzo Brick Quarry Tile Mexican Tile 7 More ASIC ABOUT INJICT-A-BCKD Permanent Repairln Place loose, Buskling, Tenting and Hollow Tiles NO CONSTRUCTION MESS NO TEAR OUT NO PROBLEMS s What started as a high school student's idea has turned into the start of a fund-raising event to benefit AIDS research. Elizabeth Endelson is co-chairperson with her parents, Sherry and Ken, of the first Concerned Parents for AIDS Research Tennis Pro Am Tournament. Her goal is to get more students involved in the fight to prevent and cure HIVAIDS. Endelson, a 17-year-old senior at Pine Crest School, spent last summer working with Rep. Robert Wexler in Washington, D.C., concentrating on the nation's health-care plan. Because of this experience and her interest in HIVAlDb awareness, Endelson committed herself to making an impact on AIDS. The first CPFA Pro Am Tennis Tournament took place on Nov. 14 and 15 at the Addison Reserve Golf and Country Club in Delray Beach. CPFA, a nonprofit organization, seeks both sponsors and volunteers. call For more information, "7 .. .. , Elizabeth Endelson IIIHKIII1I11IIIIIII1I1IIIIIII11 1 j j SPOTS' special SOFT WHITE BONE BLACK NAVY &l$m:mmmm Selby of W. Palm 3161 KJHfcST HILL HLVU ft rALM tShflUM LUNU Ufa ara lvatari in Tha truant Hill P.ontor fW W Priroct S A A R A A OO "T AT ft AWI I I ""If""- 1 REG. $53 OPEN SIZES 6-10 WIDTHS-N-M-W-WW sun 11-4 Beach 969-9369 H UlSIANUfc 1 -800126- (W HUUHS: MUNSAI 9'jUAM DrM Hill JL fjiiVirncol Onnncito Roofeatftr'e Restaurant i jJ TILE RESTORATION, INC. XgX 561-640-0204 (561) 487-4335.