Pamplemousse dinner benefits jockey fund

Dr. Stephen Dorros, Marcia Schuster, Sandra Dorros

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The 14th annual Pamplemousse Dinner Party to benefit the Don MacBeth Memorial Jockey Fund was held Aug. 11 at Pamplemousse Grille. The event is named in memory of Don MacBeth, a New York jockey who died of cancer on 1987 at age 37. The Don MacBeth Memorial Jockey Fund is a charity established to assist injured riders in need. Photos: Jon Clark

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