Photo provided by United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties
(In the picture, enjoying the high tea at the Hammock Dunes Club were, back row from left, Donna Murray, Jamie Brown, Bebe Kelley, Ivone Mazurek. Front, from left: Sonia Loria, Linda Mahran, Cindy Dalecki, Rubi Torres.)
Members of the United Way Women’s Initiative Flagler enjoyed high tea recently at the Hammock Dunes Club with 21 tables and about 180 guests, according to Alexandra Jennings, resource development manager for United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties.
The group this year teamed up with Florida Hospital Flagler’s Pink Army to help raise funds for the Florida Hospital Flagler Foundation and the Flagler County Free Clinic, with 80 percent going to the causes and 20 percent going to United Way.
Guest host for the Oct. 23 event was Milissa Holland and co-host was Suzanne Johnston. The group also announced Flagler County Tax Collector Suzanne Johnston as its Community Changer of the Year.
“Our gross total we raised through ticket sales, donations and the silent auction was about $18,700 (before expenses),” Jennings said in an email.
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