It’s time to come and celebrate the work! The Florida Press Club’s annual gala is on!

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Wipe off that hurricane fatigue and celebrate: The Florida Press Club’s annual gala announcing the final winners of the 2018 Excellence in Journalism Competition is on. Make your reservations now!

We will be gathering at 7 p.m., Nov. 3 at the Lakeside Inn in Mount Dora, beginning with an hour-long cocktail hour, followed by dinner and entertainment by a columnist who’s covered some of the wackiest and weirdest Florida has to offer. And, finally, a great show of all the award-winning work!

Dinner is $50 per person.Please respond by a SEPARATE email. You can pay here, at FPC’s payment gateway — advance payments are MUCH appreciated.

Click on “make payment” and enter $50 for each person who will be attending.

Please let me know your menu choices. Here are the

Slow Roasted Fall-Apart

Tender Beef Brisket

  • Sliced and Finished in its own
  • Au Jus and
  • Served with a Fresh Bean
  • Medley and
  • Hash Brown Casserole
Lakeside Chicken

PASTA — Also, for vegetarians, available without the chicken, if you specify

  • Pasta Tossed with Pesto, Diced
  • Tomatoes and
  • Parmesan Cheese, Topped with
  • Grilled Chicken
  • Served with Summer Vegetable
  • Medley
Blackened Red Fish
  • Florida Red Drum Filet
  • Seasoned and Seared
  • with Blackening Spices, Served
  • with a Fresh
  • Bean Medley and Hash Brown Casserole

About the speaker

Frank Cerabino’s long, strange trip as a columnist at The Palm Beach Post started during the William Kennedy Smith trial and has been through hanging chads, anthrax attacks and now, perhaps most enviably, through the gold-leafed extravaganza that starts every time Donald Trump rolls into the Winter White House just across the Intracoastal Waterway from the Post offices.

He might even play the accordion, with the right kind of encouragement.