The Pinecrest law firm of Panter, Panter & Sampedro will sponsor three educationfocused community events in 2014. The events — the Rotary Charity Golf Classic for Scholarships, Fashion in the Gardens and the 12th annual Taste of Pinecrest — are a first in a partnership between the Village of Pinecrest, the Pinecrest Business Association and the Rotary Club of Miami Dadeland-Pinecrest.
Organized by the Pinecrest Business Association, the Taste of Pinecrest will take place Sunday, April 6, at Pinecrest Gardens and feature Village-area restaurants, entertainment for the children, a judged art show, performances by local school groups and a business showcase. All proceeds benefit the five Pinecrest public schools — Pinecrest, Palmetto and Howard Drive Elementary Schools, Palmetto Middle School and Palmetto Senior High School. For more information, go to www.pinecrestbusiness.com/top.
Fashion in the Gardens presented the Village of Pinecrest, is set for Friday, February 28, 2014 at Pinecrest Gardens. Proceeds from the event will benefit the public schools in Pinecrest. For more information, go to www.pinecrestfl. gov/index.aspx?page=561.
The Rotary Charity Golf Classic for Scholarships will take place on Thursday, Feb. 6, at the Biltmore Golf Course in Coral Gables and will be hosted by the Miami Dadeland-Pinecrest Rotary Foundation and the Rotary Foundation of Coral Gables. Some of the proceeds will benefit public schools in Pinecrest. For more information, contact Rotary Club President Joe Stephen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Panter, Panter & Sampedro has been a sponsor of the Taste of Pinecrest event since its inception,” said Mitchell Panter. “The partnership between the three events greatly amplifies our ability to support our local public schools.”
“The Taste of Pinecrest is always such a fabulous, fun family day,” said Jodi Orshan, chair of the Taste of Pinecrest. “We are so excited to be back at Pinecrest Gardens.”
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