Lighthouse Luminaries, a new social club of donors and supporters of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, gathered recently to kick off the season’s events on the deck of the iconic lighthouse.
More than 120 guests mixed, mingled, played trivia and enjoyed light bites and refreshments before taking a sunset climb of the lighthouse.
Jamie Stuve, president and CEO of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, greeted guests to a backdrop of where legendary performer Perry Como’s waterfront home once stood, speaking to the significance of the new group.
“The Luminaries were formed to bring together people who share a passion for our mission and to invite them to serve as ambassadors to support and help preserve our iconic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse,” said Stuve.
To join the social club or to learn more about the benefits of becoming a Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum Luminary, call (561) 747-8380.
Pictured above: From left, John and Carly Neal, Carol Sue Sherman and James McHale at the recent gathering of Lighthouse Luminaries, a new social club comprised of donors and supporters of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum. Photo by Jen Scott Photography