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Published on November 05, 2015

Magical night of masquerade for St. Vincent’s

By Resident News

The Club Continental on the St. Johns River played host to an evening of masks, glitz and glamour at the First Annual Corks & Forks benefit gala. Proceeds from the inaugural masquerade ball will be used to benefit the community through expansion of St. Vincent’s Medical Center Clay County and community outreach programs for residents in Clay County who are struggling.

Programs that will benefit include the Mobile Health Outreach Ministry and Momentum. Areas of the hospital that will benefit from these funds include emergency services and comprehensive care for women and infants at the J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Women and Infants Pavilion. The event was co-chaired by Senator and Mrs. Robert Bradley and Drs. Omar and Lorraine Dajani.

Chefs supporting this year’s event were Scotty Schwartz of 29 South, Wesley Nogueira of bb’s, Pastry Chef Mallorie Finnell of Biscottis, Waylon Rivers of Black Sheep, Sheldon Harris of The Club Continental, Silvia Pulido of Havana Jax Café, Matthew Medure of Matthew’s and Restaurant Medure, Tom Grey of Moxie Kitchen and Cocktails, Ian Lynch of Bistro Aix and Ovinte.

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