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PALM BEACH COUNTY SCHOOLS

PALM BEACH GARDENS ELEMENTARY

The school will be collecting “cute” plastic bandages through the end of the month, to donate to Palm Beach Children’s Hospital on behalf of Janiyah Bryant. The kindergarten student was diagnosed with leukemia at 14 months old. In 2014, she completed treatments and doctors found no evidence of the disease. Donations can be dropped off at 10060 Riverside Drive.

ALLAMANDA ELEMENTARY

The second annual Strive 5 for Hive, a 5K run/3K walk, will take place at 8 a.m. March 12 at The Gardens Mall. Gym Class Nation will be leading the runners in a pre-race warm-up alongside the Allamanda Bee mascot. There will be music and a post-race breakfast served by Brio. All registered runners will received a T-shirt and medal. Register at www.active.com

BRIEFLY

The George Snow Scholarship Fund will sponsor its 24th Cowboy Ball, 6-11 p.m. Feb. 25 at the Mizner Park Amphitheater in Boca Raton. The evening includes food from several restaurants, whiskey tasting, square dancing, line dancing, an auction and mechanical bull rides. Tickets are $175 per person. A charity raffle offers a grand prize of $5,000, and tickets are available for purchase by guests as well as those not attending the festivities. For tickets to the event or raffle tickets, visit www.scholarship.org or call 561-347-6799.

TREASURE COAST SCHOOLS

BRIEFLY

The Education Foundation of Martin County presents An Evening of Excellence beginning at 6 p.m. March 25 at Mariner Sands Country Club. Cocktails, dinner, a silent auction and musical entertainment are planned for the evening, which raises money to help enrich and enhance the quality of education in the county’s public schools. Tickets are $175 per person and are on sale at www.educationfoundationmc.org.

Compiled by Sy O’Neill. Send school news to neighborhood@pbpost.com. Dated items must be sent at least two weeks before the event.



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