Boca Raton Museum of Art
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Visionaries Ball



Saturday, February 18, 2012

The Boca Raton Museum of Artís Visionaries Ball will take place at the Boca Raton Resort and Club. Last yearís record-breaking gala celebrated sixty years of fine arts and the energetic leadership that established the Museum as an internationally respected arts institution. In 2012 we will look to our future and the evening will reflect the Museumís vision for the coming decade: to expand and diversify our multi-generational audiences and to introduce innovative cultural and educational experiences.

Sponsorship Packet

Chair: Dr. Karen Mashkin
Honorees: Acey and William Wolgin, M.D.
Terry Adelman Doreen Alrod
Paul Carman Marilyn Davimos
Andrea Dubroff Jane Epstein
Marleen Forkas Mady Friedman
Corinne Gediman June Gelb
Jody Grass Peg Greenspon
Andrea Kline Sara Jo Kobacker
Karen Mashkin Robin and Walter May
Mary Jane Pollack Marlene Pomeranz
Gayle Coleman Rader Libby Rombro
Judy Rosenzweig Phyllis Rubin      
Laura Siegal Dalia Stiller
Maryse Verno



Sponsored in part by


Chair: Dr. Karen Mashkin

Honorees, Acey and William Wolgin, M.D.


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