Prestige Club honored Rita and Rick Case of Rick Case Automotive Group, Paul Castronovo of Big 105.9FM and Jen Klaassens of The Wasie Foundation at the second annual “Renaissance Ball.” The event took place at the Signature Grand located in Davie.
In true Renaissance fashion, the honorees and guests dressed in period clothing and King Louis and his courts presided over a knighting ceremony presenting the honorees with awards for their support of the Prestige Club and their service to children and families in need throughout Broward County. Last year’s honorees were Ron Bergeron of Bergeron Land Development, Doris Muscarella, founder of The Women of the Roundtable, and Dr. George L. Hanbury II of Nova Southeastern University.
The evening began with a cocktail party and silent auction. A procession of dragons escorted King Louis and his court to dinner. There were court jesters, jugglers, stilt dancers, artists and a special entertainment group of performers from World Wide Productions. A live auction also took place.
Prestige Club is a not for profit 501c (3) organization, established in 1996. Its purpose is to encompass a networking group of business leaders and help promote their services and skills to the community while at the same time organizing various fundraising, charity, and educational events towards the advancement of people less fortunate. Prestige is an organization that offers love, compassion, support, and assistance to families and children in need. At the present time, Prestige sponsors over twenty-one different non-profit organizations in Broward County that assists towards the growth and development of our society.