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Arthur R. Marshall Foundation Welcomed
More than 100 Adventurous Supporters at 

Award-Winning Artist Bruce Helander
& Gallery Owner Paul Fisher Hosted Event at the
Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge


Shelly Pearson, Nancy Marshall

Shelly Pearson and Nancy Marshall


Christopher Twardy, Ava Roosevelt, Paul Fisher, Helene Barre

Christopher Twardy, Ava Roosevelt, Paul Fisher and Helene Barre


Bruce Helander, Lisa Goldstein, James Loeschen

Bruce Helander, Lisa Goldstein and James Loeschen


Andrew Kahn and  Dot Engberg



(West Palm Beach, FL – March 31, 2010)  Nancy Marshall, President of the Arthur R. Marshall Foundation, which champions the restoration and preservation of the greater Everglades ecosystem, today announced that the nonprofit organization recently welcomed more than 100 supporters for a SUNSET SAFARI at the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge.

Award-winning artist Bruce Helander and Paul Fisher, a private art dealer and owner of the celebrated Fisher Gallery in West Palm Beach, hosted the “friend-raiser.”

SUNSET SAFARI included a delicious picnic dinner and cocktails at sunset, a special VIP Tour of the Wildlife Refuge, a visit to the new $1-million state-of-the-art Everglades exhibit, an exciting airboat or canoe ride and a relaxing nature walk.

VIP Pond Apple Patrons for SUNSET SAFARI included Doris Hastings, John & Nancy Marshall, Barbara & John McDonald, Joan & Kim Sargent, Paul Suschak and Jimmy Cates, Kathe Thompson, Phyllis Verducci, Jurate Kazickes and John, Karolyn & Katie Neat.

Attendees included Cheryl Gowdy, Will Buckley, Dot Engberg, Andrew Kahn, Erik Brown, Marcia Kay, Stephania Conrad, Mireille Gerard, Philipe Fontaine, John McDonagh, Shelly & John Pearson, Ava Roosevelt, Donna Long, Roberto Flamenco, Barbara & Alan Lindsay, Mary Thurwachter, Alex Green, Sally Alice Unkles, Richard Ray, Lily Capehart, Marilyn Tully, Justine Postal, Regina Bland and Val Wynne, Joan Waitkevicz, Betsy & Jeffrey Begens and Marina & Jorge Pesquera.

Also on hand for SUNSET SAFARI were Marshall Foundation Board and Advisory Board members Newton Cook, Bobbi Horwich, Tom Poulson, Peggy & Joel VanArman and Gisa Wagner.

About the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge:
Located at 10216 Lee Road, seven miles west of Boynton Beach, FL, the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1951 and covers more than 221 square miles of natural habitat, the largest northernmost portion of the unique Everglades. Home to the American alligator and the critically endangered Everglades snail kite, as many as 257 species of birds may use the Refuge's diverse wetland habitats in any given year. The Refuge was established under the authority of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act of 1929. For more information, please call 561.732.3864 or visit

About the Arthur R. Marshall Foundation:
Founded in 1998, the Marshall Foundation strives to educate young people and the public about Everglades ecology through science-based outreach programs, and restore original plant life and water flow patterns to the greater Everglades ecosystem.  In recent years, the Marshall Foundation has planted nearly 100,000 native Florida trees in wetland areas, awarded over $350,000 in scholarships and internships, and involved more than 5,000 volunteers in hands-on restoration projects. For more information about the Marshall Foundation, please call 561.805.8733


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