They Danced All Night

to live music provided by The Blue Pelicans Band on Saturday, May 20 at the Palm Aire Country Club.   LWRWC members and guests enjoyed a 3 Course Dinner and Singing and Dancing to music of the 60’s and 70’s.

Raffle prizes were donated by Palm Aire Country Club and LWRWC members. The Blue Pelicans Band also donated $150 which brought the net proceeds to $850 for the LWRWC four adopted charities: SOLVE Maternity Homes, HOPE Family Services, SMART Riding Therapy, and Children’s Guardian Fund. The Flashback Dance Party was chaired by Carol Klein. Diane Laybourn was registration chair.

2023 Community Service Scholarship Awards

Left to right: Cheryl Breining, LWRWC Scholarship Chair, Madelyn Hotaling, and Caroline Spiegel – Scholarship Winners, and Ann Sledz, LWRWC 2023 President.

LWRWC presented $500 Community Service Scholarships to two exemplary Lakewood Ranch High School women from the 2023 senior class at the May 11 general meeting. The recipients are Caroline Spiegel and Madelyn Hotaling; both will pursue a degree in higher education.

Caroline will be attending Georgia Tech and majoring in Biochemical Engineering. Madelyn will be attending the University of Florida and majoring in Environmental Science with a minor in dance. The awards were given for excellence in academics and a demonstration of commitment to community