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CASA holds annual Peace Breakfast; hospital guild honors volunteer Beverly Sullivan


Community Action Stops Abuse executive director Linda Osmundson, center, and her husband, Maurice Kurtz, left, visit with CASA trustee Mark Dawson at the 15th annual Peace Breakfast, held at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg. Craig Sher was chairman for the fundraiser. James Albright leads the board of trustees.


Members of the All Children's Hospital Guild Beach Branch honored longtime volunteer Beverly Sullivan, naming her the 2011 Mrs. Santa at their 48th annual luncheon and fashion show held at the St. Petersburg Yacht Club.

The event featured a fashion show from Chico's; guild members and friends of the guild were models.

More than 350 participants attended the yearly holiday event, which celebrates exceptional volunteerism at All Children's on behalf of the guild. Tom Mundell, executive vice president of the All Children's Hospital Foundation, was the keynote speaker. Dick Crippen was master of ceremonies.

Asa Myers chaired the event. Co-chairs were Kay Burrill, Stella Lopez and Marilyn Massimore.

CASA holds annual Peace Breakfast; hospital guild honors volunteer Beverly Sullivan 12/17/11 [Last modified: Saturday, December 17, 2011 3:30am]
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