Peggy and Richard GreenfieldSince putting down roots here 25 years ago we've been steadily moving closer and closer to the Kravis Center — both literally and figuratively. Literally, we moved from Manalapan to Palm Beach and most recently to an apartment in West Palm Beach, from which we frequently walk to the Center. Figuratively, each year we feel increasingly grateful for the enjoyment we get from attending programs at the Kravis Center, particularly dance programs and the Regional Arts Series. When attending Regional Arts programs the roses by the side of the stage remind us that that series came to fruition dozens of years ago because of Sophie and Leonard Davis' very generous legacy donation.

Equally significantly, we get great pleasure from knowing that increasingly the Center is reaching out to attract and serve culturally underserved populations in our Palm Beach County community. At P.E.A.K. performances we're often delighted to discover performers and performance styles that are new to us and also to see audiences comprised of people of all ages and backgrounds, many, or most, of whom are new to the Kravis Center.

We are fortunate to have the Kravis Center almost on our door step and to be in a position to financially support it's mission to serve all of Palm Beach County by presenting outstanding educational events and a variety of high quality performing arts programs.

As members of the Helen K. Persson Society we encourage everyone who is able to support the endowment fund as a Society member. The endowment fund is our gift to the future: it helps assure that the Kravis Center will remain a viable and vital part of our community.

Peggy & Richard Greenfield