Palm Coast, Florida, October 17, 2021 – The Palm Coast Yacht Club and the city’s Chez Jacqueline boutique joined together to hold a benefit for the Flagler Humane Society on September 8, 2021.  With tickets on sale for $25.00 each, the show featured fashions from the boutique modeled by members of the Yacht Club.  In addition, special discounts to area restaurants, businesses and services were raffled off, including donations from The Funky Pelican, Salsas Mexican Restaurant, The Brass Tap, Pine Lakes Golf Club, and The Green Lion Café.

 

The Flagler Humane Society is at the center of animal welfare, recovery, and adoption activity in the county.  The Society works to reduce the numbers of homeless animals through accessible, affordable spay/neuter programs, progressive foster and adoption programs, and coordination and cooperation with other local rescue groups and shelters in the community.

 

This is the sixth benefit held by the Palm Coast Yacht Club, which has staged major fundraisers for local charities including The Family Life Center; the local chapter of Disabled American Veterans; Love in a Backpack, providing supplemental nutrition to Flagler’s children; and Florida’s Guardian ad Litem Program, advocating for abused and neglected children.

The Palm Coast Yacht Club was established in 1979 and offers a wide variety of activities and programs for boaters and non-boaters alike.

Chez Jacqueline is located at 25 Palm Harbor Village Way, W#3, and is a popular source for fashion, gifts, and home décor.  The store has a two-decade tradition of raising  funds for local charities on behalf of the city’s clubs and service organizations.

Media Release: Sarah Ulis

Featured Image: From left to right, Lynn Meyers and Amy Wade Carotenuto of the Flagler Humane Society, Yacht Club Rear Commodore Candayce Schmidt, Yacht Club member Ruth Anne Ferreira, and Andy Boothe, Yacht Club Treasurer.

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