Groundbreaking research, innovative technologies and the preservation of vision will be at the forefront of “A Night for Sight,” the signature fundraising event for the Schepens Eye Research Institute / Massachusetts Eye and Ear.
The Nov. 30 gala will take place at The Breakers in Palm Beach, and an invitation-only reception preceded it Nov. 29. Waterfront Properties and Club Communities is a supporter of both charitable endeavors.
Attending the Nov. 29 reception were David Abernathy, the company’s business manager, and sales specialists Michael Bellemeur, Natalya Daley and Dean Stokes. Joining Abernathy, Bellemeur, and Stokes at the Nov. 30 gala will be buyer’s agent Courtney Olander.
Schepens Eye Research Institute / Massachusetts Eye and Ear, founded in 1950, is an affiliate of Harvard Medical School and has an impressive history of accomplishments that has turned the facility into the largest of its kind in the world. The institute’s goal is to prevent, alleviate and ultimately cure blindness.
The associates at Waterfront Properties will be in good company during the festivities: Connor Boss, a Miss Florida USA finalist, is the guest of honor, and American Idol celebrity Ayla Brown will provide the evening’s entertainment.
Bellemeur specializes in Old Palm Golf Club sales and other luxury golf-course developments. He can be reached at 561-352-8666. Daley is the resident sales associate at Evergrene. She can be reached at 561-398-8294. Olander is the company’s newest buyer’s agent, and Stokes is part of the North Palm Beach sales team.
For information, call 561-746-7272.