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Kenn Karakul, Susie Dwinell, Jamie Gordon and Tom Pilecki. 

Kenn Karakul, Susie Dwinell, Jamie Gordon and Tom Pilecki. 
Photo by: Lucien Capehart Photography



(WEST PALM BEACH) – School was in session for Kenn Karakul and other Center for Creative Education event committee members who met at the Little Red School House in Palm Beach recently to finalize plans for the upcoming Spring Luncheon.  With its “School Daze” theme, the March 25th luncheon is on track to top year’s past for revealing the child in each attendee. 

“This year’s luncheon theme takes us back to our mission – to find creative ways to make learning fun for children at school,” said Tom Pilecki, executive director of CCE.  “We have some exciting things planned for the afternoon and are exited to show our guests the impact that CCE’s programming has on the way children learn.  We are thankful for the support of our sponsors, donors and committee.”

            Luncheon committee members have put together a creative lesson plan for the afternoon.  After role call, guests will be treated to a garden reception at 11:30, seated lunch at noon and a special performance by Bak Middle School of the Arts Chorale Ensemble. 

            During the luncheon, guests will have a chance to take home a fabulous piece of jewelry from Verdura.  Drawing tickets are $50 each or $250 for a book of six.   

            “At CCE, a circle of dedicated artists who love working with kids are making a difference in the way students learn and assimilate new information,” said Karakul, honorary chairman of the 10th annual event.  “Teachers and progressive administrators are seeking out these capable and supportive artist partners and students are benefiting from the collaboration.  Now more than ever, it is critical that we continue to raise funds and support the programming through CCE.”

CCE is a not-for-profit educational organization that supports partnerships among schools, arts and cultural organizations, artists, community-based organizations, and human service providers in order to integrate the arts into academic curriculum and out-of-school activities in Palm Beach County.

Along with Karakul, committee members are David Atkinson, Gina Borman, Beau Breckenridge, Gordon K. Brown III, Paulette Burdick, Susie Dwinell, Philip Friedly, Jamie Gordon, Vicki Halmos, Dr. Daniel Kapp, Carol Kirchhoff, Dianne LaRoe, Helene Lorentzen, Mia Matthews, Ross Meltzer, Michele Millard, Pam Miller, Michele Vogel, Keith Williams and Maura Ziksa.

Grand corporate sponsor for the luncheon is Frank Crystal & Company.  Luncheon sponsors include: Dr. Daniel Kapp, Palm Beach Plastic Surgery; Gunster; Verdura; Thomas M. Kirchhoff, AIA, P.A. Architect; and Tropical Pest Management.

Tickets to the event are $250 per person.  Sponsorship opportunities are available.  For tickets to CCE’s Spring Luncheon or for more information, call  (561) 805-9927, or visit


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