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A Feast of the Senses at Sunny Isles Beach

A Feast of the Senses at Sunny Isles Beach

A Feast of the Senses at Sunny Isles BeachKiwanis Club of Sunny Isles Beach in Partnership with the Sunny Isles Beach School Trust announces a special charity event “A Feast of the Senses at Sunny Isles Beach” This Fundraiser scheduled for March 2, 2014 from 5:00 – 9:00 pm at Pelican Park Gymnasium (18115 North Bay Road) is designed to Showcase Sunny Isles Beach restaurants offering unlimited samples of their delicious dishes and fine wines plus the delightful Russian Cultural music styling’s of the Sunny Isles Beach Orchestra.

This culturally rich evening will feature over 200 pieces of truly Fine Art for Sale and a live Auction of 6 rare collectable original pieces of  Art by such noted Artists of the caliber of Peter Max, David Schluss, Britto, as well as other known Artists. In addition, Florida International University Music Department is providing a Jazz band and a String Ensemble for the entertainment of Event attendees.

Proceeds from this unique event will benefit the School for Special Needs presently located in the Norman S. Edelcup K-8 as well as the many worthy projects of Kiwanis all focused on serving underprivileged children.

The Kiwanis Club of N. Miami Beach & Sunny Isles Beach has just celebrated their 57 years serving our communities with a focus on the needs of children. They are a part of the larger Kiwanis International in existence for 98 years with over 500,000 members. Their motto is, “Serving the Children of the World”. They have a golden history of doing just that. Their local clubs focus on local needs but they pull together and accomplish huge International projects in partnership with the UNICEF organization such as the Iodine Project that prevented mental retardation in millions of children. This Iodine project originated in our own local Kiwanis Club! They are now engaged in the “Eliminate Project” which will save the lives of millions of children by vaccinating their mothers against Maternal Neonatal Tetanus.

We are proud of our Kiwanis Club and want all our citizens to know of their good works and invite all to attend one of their meetings held weekly Wednesdays at Tony Romas’ restaurant directly next to Sunny Isles Beach City Hall.

Call Ken Kruger at 786-355-1166 for more meeting information. For tickets call 888.302.5440 or go to: www.sunnyislesfeast.Com

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