PACE Center To Honor Three More Local Women at Grande Dames Tea
PACE Center for Girls of Lee County has selected three more women to be honored at the Fourth Annual Grande Dames Tea honoring some of our community’s most revered women. This year’s honorees are: ● Michel Doherty of Cape Coral – Retired hospital administrator, author, and political campaigner. Doherty spent 30 years in health care as an administrator, consultant, and executive board member of First Hospital Corporation of Norfolk, Va., and has written several medical training manuals on addictions. Since making Southwest Florida her home, she has worked on the campaigns of numerous candidates for public office. ● Mavis Stinson Miller of Fort Myers – Philanthropist and trustee of the John E. and Aliese Price Foundation whose generosity has benefitted dozens of local charities. She is a life member of the Edison State College Foundation and has been honored with the Clara Barton Humanitarian Award by the Lee County Chapter of the American Red Cross. ● Anna “Boots” Tolles of Cape Coral – Shareholder in Tolles Seawalls, mother of a blended family of eight children and the survivor of many life tragedies. Tolles has worked tirelessly for Cape Coral, earning her the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association. Tolles and her late husband, Earle, also were honored with the Elmer Tabor Award for philanthropy from the City of Cape Coral. The Grande Dames Tea honoring the three women will take place Tuesday, March 20 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre at 1380 Colonial Blvd. in Fort Myers.
Broadway Palm Dinner Theater
1380 Colonial Blvd., Fort Myers, FL 33907