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Exchange Club’s 56th Annual Fundraiser By Robert Friedman Photos by Jon Frangipane The Exchange Club of Pompano Beach held its 56th Annual Gala Fundraising Dinner at The Lighthouse Point Yacht and Racquet Club Saturday evening, February 16th. Club President Robert Friedman was the evenings MC and presided smoothly over the crowded ballroom
LHP DIVERS EXPLORE PHILIPPINE WATERS Article by Eunice E. Hamblen Photography by Nils Jacobson, Patrice Marker and Eunice E. Hamblen Editor’s note: An adventure-seeking group of divers from Lighthouse Point, including some from all over the world, set out on a journey to experience the waters of the Philippines.
Exchange Club Membership Drive A meeting of the Exchange Club that was supposed to take place on the beautiful grounds of the Sample McDougald House on Saturday, August 25th was suddenly changed because of threatening weather. But it was a rather pleasant change having the event at the beautiful home
LHP FOOD TRUCK EVENT Photos by Debra Todd On Sunday May 27, the Lighthouse Point Chamber partnered with the Lighthouse Point Cultural Arts Committee to create the “LHP Food Truck Event & Expo. But as 5 P.M. approached, a huge cloud mass began to quickly move in over Frank McDonough Park, as business owners
Making Paris Your Own Articles and photos by Chris Card Fuller Like falling in love for the first time, when you’re new to Paris, you’re sure that nobody else has ever seen, smelled touched or tasted the city’s essence with such intensity: Sunset over the choppy blue-gray Seine River, the
Nauti Dawg Marina Cafe Article by Linda Kaufman Photos by Jon Frangipane Nauti Daug, the Key West-style restaurant at the Lighthouse Point Marina opened in October of 2011 to rave reviews. With a charming play on words, the name is perfect for the nautical-theme establishment and its love for
PLAYING BY THE RULES In recent months, a local publishing company “borrowed” Lighthouse Point Magazine’s personal business mailing list for their own use, apparently with the wild and stupid idea they could capture some of my clients. Although I have copies of that particular publication with the mailing company’s postal