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2020 Dinner at Joe's

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We've had a weird year, but you made it special!

We are overwhelmed by the outpouring of support we've received from all of our friends. This year has been challenging and confusing, but your support and commitment to Informed Families is comforting. From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you!

We are always delighted to see such dear friends at our Annual Dinner at Joe’s, even if this year we had to make some adjustments!

 

 

Peggy Sapp

Peggy B. Sapp
President & CEO

 

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H. Eugene Lindsey
Board Chairman

Thank You

We are so thankful to this year’s Event Chairs, Richard Bermont and Adam Carlin, for all of their help in making the event a success. Thank you for your leadership and commitment to Informed Families and the important work we do to help kids grow up safe, healthy and drug free.

We'd also like to give a special Thank You to the wonderful Pam Giganti-Bunge, who MC'd the event like the pro she is, and a shoutout to Commissioner Sally Heyman, maître d' extraordinaire.

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Pam Giganti-Bunge, Alfred Bunge

 

Don & Mary Anne Shula

 

Remembering Don Shula

The evening was dedicated to Coach Don Shula, who with his deceased wife Dorothy chaired the First Joe’s Dinner.

Pictured here is Don and Mary Anne Shula who have continued to help and support us over the years. Mary Anne and Don hosting a luncheon at their home was a highlight for Informed Families. We thank the entire Shula Family for their help and encouragement.

— The 2020 Dinner at Joe's —

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Donations

Sherrill W. Hudson Family

Joe Natoli/The Wolfson Foundation

Mary Eaton

Verdeja, De Armas & Trujillo, LLP

Pam Garrison

Dr. Stephen Nimer/ UM Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center

Cheri Rosenthal

Ann Machado

Sergio Perez

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