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Seabelle Captain Marilyn Borroto took Key Biscayne
Yacht Club members on a safari in the slopes of old
Kirinyaga, the sacred mountain of the Kikuyu tribe,
to enjoy a game dinner at the Mount Kenya Safari
Club hosted in memory of its founder, the late William
Holden. A lion, a zebra and a giraffe came very close
to the waterhole and revelers were able to see them
up-close and personal. The most memorable fiasco of
the night was when Dorothy Lomenick called the shot
and her shotgun didn’t fire on time. Nevertheless, Chef
Miguel made the best of it and served buffalo, venison
and guinea hen, honoring his culinary skills.
1 1. Willy & Marilyn Borroto 2. Bob-Hacker, Dorothy Lomenick,
Hortensia Hacker, Denys & Robert Alt & Joy Fried 3. A zebra and
giraffe performance entertained guests mid-meal 4. Ed London 5.
Claire London, Marilyn Borroto & Ed London 6. Hortensia Hacker
7. Pamela Conover & Raymond Lutz 8. Mac & Elaine Melvin. 9.
Robert & Denys Alt 10. Ron & Lisa Drucker 11. Dorothy Lomenick
12. Margarita Nutting 13. Hal & Wendy Wood 14. John & Staria
Petersen 15. Brian & Mary Tague 16. Hal & Wendy Wood, Mort
Fried, Lisa & Ron Drucker, Brian Tague & Peggy Goodman
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