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"Valentine's Day Dinner" at AHJF Hunter Classic Spectacular of Palm Beach Is Successful Fundraiser

Wellington, FL - February 16, 2009 - The American Hunter Jumper Foundation (AHJF) hosted a successful "Valentine's Day Dinner" on Saturday evening, February 14, 2009. The party was held in the International Club at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center.

Many guests dressed in pink and red for the holiday and came to watch the AHJF Hunter Classic Spectacular of Palm Beach, an event that showcases the top national amateur, junior, and professional show hunter riders.

The dinner was a profitable fundraiser for the AHJF. The money raised from the tables goes towards the non-profit AHJF's programs, such as the Emergency Relief Fund, educational programs, and the World Championship Hunter Rider program.

The Valentine's Day theme was shown throughout the International Club and was seen in the pink décor, the pink favors, and the beautiful painting of last year's Hunter Classic winners, Fiyero and Elizabeth Towell Boyd, done by Gretchen Almy.

The delicious food was catered by Wellington Tavern partners. For dessert, guests were treated to custom-made ice cream sundaes or individual cheesecakes with raspberry sauce.

As a special thank you, sponsor Nespresso presented each guest with a parting gift of gourmet chocolates.

The "Valentine's Day Dinner" party co-chairpersons were Mr. and Mrs. S. Craig Lindner of All Seasons Farm and Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Jacobs of Deeridge Farm.

Guests included: Lou and Joan Jacobs, Katie Jacobs Robinson and Melissa Jacobs, Katherine and Mark Bellissimo, Jennifer and Roger Smith, R. Bruce Duchossois, Kermit and Jenny Sutton, Caroline Clark Morrison, Vanessa Symmons, the Oken Family, Bryan Baldwin, the Esse Family, Becky Gochman, the Goldstein Family, Bridget Hallman, the Ingram Family, Shaw Johnson Price, Pierre and Martha Jolicoeur, the King-Kaplan Family, Stephanie Riggio, Lauren Bass, Chris Brown, Avery Dimmig, the Chad Family, Richard Schechter, Ken and Emily Smith, Stacey and Ramin Arani, Elizabeth Johnson, Dr. Brad Wolf, and The Ziegler Family.

For more information on the American Hunter Jumper Foundation, please visit http://www.ahjf.org.



Photo Credit: Mr. and Mrs. S. Craig Lindner (pictured) were co-chairpersons with Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Jacobs of the "Valentine's Day Dinner" party at the AHJF Hunter Classic Spectacular of Palm Beach. Photo © 2009 Jennifer Wood/PMG. This photo may be used free of charge only in relation to this press release.

 

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