Marc Rosen, Beth de Woody and Thomas Quick

Marc Rosen, Beth de Woody and Thomas Quick

Nancy Tsai and Frannie Scaife

Nancy Tsai and Frannie Scaife

Mona de Sayve and Myrna Haft

Mona de Sayve and Myrna Haft

 

 

 

 

 

Posted by Palm Beach Society

Lighthouse Guild held an elegant holiday-inspired High Tea at Club Colette to announce that Thomas Quick will be honored at the 2019 Visionary Evening Dinner Dance. The upcoming Dinner Dance, which marks Lighthouse Guild’s 11th year in Palm Beach, will be held on February 21st at Club Colette.

Marc Rosen welcomed and thanked the guests, and he acknowledged and thanked Quick for his longtime support. He also thanked Nancy Tsai for hosting the tea, and acknowledged the 2019 Visionary Evening Committee, along with Arlene Dahl (in absentia), who is serving as Honorary Chairman.

The festivities will continue with a by-invitation cocktail reception on January 23rd hosted by The Silver Fund on Worth Avenue.

Lighthouse Guild, based in New York, is the leading organization dedicated to addressing and preventing vision loss. They address and prevent vision loss by coordinating care for eye health, vision rehabilitation, behavioral health and related services. Their goal is to reduce the burden of living with vision loss, it is the cornerstone of what they do. For more information visit lighthouseguild.org.