Creative Networking Amidst the Art for Young Professionals at Adelson Cavalier Gallery

Civic Association  |  Our Town  |  November 21, 2019

The Adelson Cavalier Gallery was packed Friday, November 15, as the Young Professionals mixed and mingled with Directors and members of the Palm Beach Civic Association.

Amidst the art on the walls, and statues on the floor, Councilwoman Maggie Zeidman, Civic Association Directors Skip Aldridge, Ed Carter and John David Corey, and President Mary Robosson were among the guests enjoying the gathering.

The event marked the kick off of the Civic Association’s new initiative to inspire community involvement and encourage the “next generation” of civic responsibility.

Mary Robosson called the night an extraordinary success: “On behalf of the Palm Beach Civic Association we are thrilled to see the outreach and support from our Young Professionals event. We also want to thank Adelson Cavalier Gallery for playing an important role, as a corporate member and as host to the Civic Association.” (Return to Newsletter)

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