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The Unicorn Ball: Get Down with Motown: Polo Club, Boca Raton — Feb. 16

The Unicorn Children’s Foundation, along with Co-Chairs Julissa Caballero and Phillip DiPonio, reported a successful evening of fundraising that will help create cradle-to-career pathways for those with autism, attention-deficit disorder and other special needs. Haley Moss, a South Florida woman who was admitted to the Florida Bar 21 years after a diagnosis, was presented the Occhigrossi Family Youth in Service Award.  ‘I am completely honored and very, very excited to keep spreading the message and hoping to inspire and bring hope to Boca Raton and our surrounding area,’  Moss said. ABOVE: (l-r) Amanda Ellis, Ashley Brown, Stephanie Hicks, Laurel Dunay, Angela Fisher, Adam Ziffer, Michelle Yellin, Caballero, Gregory Fried, Valeria Rosenbloom, Juliette Ezagui and DiPonio. Photo provided by Mitchell Zachs

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