Palm Beach, FL – Palm Beach art lovers and food connoisseurs attended A Taste of Art at the renowned Findlay Galleries on Friday, March 24, 2017. A Taste of Art was hosted by Findlay Galleries Chairman and CEO, James R. Borynack and Adolfo Zaralegui. The night included a silent art auction and reception followed by an exquisite dinner on The Terrace prepared by former White House Chef John Moeller. “Findlay Galleries was honored to support Hospice with A Taste of Art. Hospice continues to be of vital importance to me and I am incredibly pleased with the outcome of our event,” said James R. Borynack. The event benefited the Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation in memory of William C. Borynack, brother of James R. Borynack.
Guests enjoyed delicious hors d’oeuvres and cocktails while browsing and bidding on more than 50 pieces of artwork generously donated by Findlay Galleries. “I would like to personally thank James R. Borynack and Adolfo Zaralegui for their generosity in completely underwriting A Taste of Art and their continued support of Hospice. I would also like to acknowledge our presenting sponsor BB&T,” remarked Foundation President Greg Leach.
Following the conclusion of the silent auction, guests were escorted to The Terrace where they enjoyed a sumptuous three-course meal created by Chef Moeller. While attendees dined on the delicious cuisine, Chef Moeller entertained guests with numerous stories from his days at the White House working for three U.S. Presidents including President George H. W. Bush, President William J. Clinton, and President George W. Bush. Chef Moeller offered his chef services during a live auction where he agreed to prepare a meal for ten guests at the winning bidder’s house. Two couples happily bought the package for Chef’s services. A designed fantasy masque signed by President Trump, and co-signed by Mayor Giuliani who spirited the bidding during the live auction was also purchased.
Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation is dedicated to raising funds to support the unfunded patient programs and services offered by Trustbridge which are not covered by Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance. As a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation relies on the support of individuals and corporate partners who generously supports the mission of Trustbridge.