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Orlando Ballet to perform at Pearls of the Pavilion luncheon

 

February 8, 2019

Geanne Share (center) with dancers Arcadian Broad (l) and Chiaki Yasukawa (r) at the 2016 Pearls of the Pavilion luncheon, when Orlando Ballet last performed at the event.

The Jewish Pavilion's annual Pearls of the Pavilion Luncheon, on Feb. 22, will be a gracious affair, with a catered gourmet meal accompanied by a private performance by Orlando Ballet II dancers. The Pearls luncheon is a very special social event held each year in appreciation for Pavilion Annual Membership Appeal donors of at least $500. Pledges for the 2019 appeal are still being accepted and can be paid throughout the year, so everyone still has an opportunity to attend this enjoyable and entertaining afternoon.

The event is generously sponsored and co-chaired by Geanne Share and Eva Krzewinski. Share is a longtime supporter and former board member of Orlando Ballet as well as a current board member of the Jewish Pavilion, and Krzewinski is a current member of Friends of the Jewish Pavilion.

The Orlando Ballet II company of dancers will delight guests with a special program of classical and contemporary works they are preparing for their March 29 public performance of "Fast Forward," choreographed in Orlando Ballet's signature energetic and graceful style. The critically acclaimed Orlando Ballet is Central Florida's only fully residential professional ballet company, and they are very generously donating this intimate performance.

"We are so looking forward to a marvelous afternoon, thanks to Geanne and Eva. The Jewish Pavilion thanks the Orlando Ballet for hosting this year's event and providing what we know will be stellar entertainment. It is such a nice perk for our most supportive members to be treated to this exclusive performance and luncheon," said Nancy Ludin, Pavilion CEO.

The Feb. 22 Pearls of the Pavilion luncheon, held at the Orlando Ballet's school headquarters near the Loch Haven Park arts district, will begin at 11 a.m. First-time donors of $500 or more to the Annual Membership Appeal will also receive a hand-strung pearl necklace at the event. Membership donations help support the Jewish Pavilion's mission of connecting eldercare community residents and their families with a caring Jewish community that provides life-enhancing resources and experiences.

To learn more about becoming a Pearl of the Pavilion and attending the luncheon, call Nancy Ludin at 407-658-9363 or email NancyLudin@JewishPavilion.org.

 

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