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The Lighthouse for the Visually Impaired and Blind hosted the 34th-annual Coronation Ball on March 29 at Sparton Manor. The annual event kicked off the Chasco Fiesta and raised funds to support Lighthouse services for blind babies, children and teens. The presenting sponsor for this year’s ball was Morton Plant North Bay Hospital. The event also encourages local philanthropy by honoring nominees for King Pithla and Queen Chasco. This year, Paul Friedlander was named King Pithla, and was nominated by the West Pasco Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Organization and Pasco Kids First. Lisa Shippy-Gonzalez was named Queen Chasco and nominated by the Rotary Club of New Port Richey. Courtesy of J. David
The Lighthouse for the Visually Impaired and Blind hosted the 34th-annual Coronation Ball on March 29 at Sparton Manor. The annual event kicked off the Chasco Fiesta and raised funds to support Lighthouse services for blind babies, children and teens. The presenting sponsor for this year’s ball was Morton Plant North Bay Hospital. The event also encourages local philanthropy by honoring nominees for King Pithla and Queen Chasco. This year, Paul Friedlander was named King Pithla, and was nominated by the West Pasco Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Organization and Pasco Kids First. Lisa Shippy-Gonzalez was named Queen Chasco and nominated by the Rotary Club of New Port Richey. Courtesy of J. David
Published Apr. 22, 2019

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