L-R: Nick Mele, Stacey Leuliette and Molly Mele.
Photo by Capehart.
The Young Friends of Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League will host its third black-tie Party Animal Gala at the Flagler Museum on Saturday, Nov. 19, with the theme of Jungle Chic.
Proceeds will support the naming of the Young Friends Animal Care & Recovery Room in the newly renovated Jane & Robert Grace Pavilion.
“It is such an honor to lead this compassionate and creative group,” says Stacey Leuliette, the chairwoman of the Young Friends of Peggy Adams and co-chair of the gala with Molly and Nick Mele. “Events such as Party Animal support Peggy Adams’ lifesaving mission, enabling the league to provide much needed services and critical care to more than 34,000 animals each year.”
The mission of the Young Friends of Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League is to create a strong network of the next generation’s community leaders and influencers who are passionate about animal welfare.
Also serving on the 2022 Party Animal Gala committee are Samantha and Kent Anderson, Turner Benoit, Cori and Jeffrey Berman, Austin and Kristina Bryan, Carol Calicchio, Sarah Yansura Cooke, Kelly and Ned Grace, Whitney and Scott Hesse, London and Dave Jacobs, Devon McCready, Lauren and George Merck, Charlotte Munder, Max Newland, Hilary and Dack Patriarca, Carling and Thomas Pinckney, Emily Reed, Michael Gregson Reinert, Farley Rentschler, Hollis Bradley Pica, Annabella C. Pierpont Rockwell, Hallie Rosenthal, Robin and James Schmid, Amit Seth and Sue Jin Seth, and Judy and Fritz Van der Grift.
Returning as the presenting sponsors of the gala are James Berwind and Kevin Clark. Additional sponsors include Douglas Elliman Real Estate, Hamilton Jewelers, the Ross Family Charitable Fund, Nikki and Matthew Kahn, Sue Gibson, Margit Brandt Palm Beach, Carol Calicchio Art Studio, GTEC Talent, Michelle and Peter Farmer, Charlotte Munder, Atlas Event Rental, Out East, Key Moment Films, Nozzle Nolen, and Paychex.
Tickets are $500 per person or $950 per couple.