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Young Philanthropists Toast to Summer at Meat Market Palm Beach

The young professionals of three local nonprofits gathered for an evening of community and networking

(Palm Beach, Fla.) – Over 100 young professionals and philanthropists gathered for happy hour at Meat Market in Palm Beach on Tuesday, June 28. Young Friends members from the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, The Norton Museum of Art, and Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League gathered to celebrate making a difference in the Palm Beach County community while enjoying cocktails and complimentary hors d’oeuvres.

“We are grateful to our Young Friends members for supporting the Center’s mission,” said Ali Rehm, Kravis Center Young Friends liaison. “It’s an exciting time to be part of the Kravis Center Young Friends as we look forward to celebrating the Center’s 30th anniversary this coming season.”

The Young Friends are a giving group of young professionals who are committed to supporting arts and culture in Palm Beach County. Membership for Young Friends of the Kravis Center starts at $125 annually. For more information, please contact Ali Rehm at 561.651.4297 or development@kravis.org.

PRESS CONTACT:
Slatkow & Husak Public Relations
Ally Cecil
ally@slatkowhusak.com or 561-278-0850

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