Club Colette was the intimate setting on January 18th for the
Fifth Annual Dinner Dance benefiting Pat Reeves Village shelter for
homeless families with children, a program of The Center for
Family Services of Palm Beach County.
Nathalie Fernandez and Patrick Park served as Chairmen of the
evening, with Patty Myura as Honorary Chairwoman and Arlette
and Robert Gordon as Co-Chairmen. Tiffany & Co. was the Grand
Corporate Benefactor of the event
The evening began with a cocktail reception and mariachi music on
the courtyard. From there, more than 110 guests moved to the
dinning room for dinner, dancing to the Doug Verga Quartet and a
live auction of Tiffany & Co. watches and a Royal Caribbean Cruise
conducted by Dick Robinson. Attendees also enjoyed surprise
special guest artists, including Juan Carlos Lo Yacono of Argentina,
music by the Trans Tango Trio and dramatic tango dance performances.
Pat Reeves Village serves thousands of homeless families with
children each year. The village provides shelter, food,
clothing, counseling, transportation, tutoring, case management,
budgeting and referrals for families and help them return to
self-sufficiency. The center for Family Services' mission is
strengthening families through counseling, education and homeless
For more information about Pat Reeves Village and The Center for
Family Services please call (561) 616-1269.