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Updated: 06/27/2014 08:00:01AM

Judy Malbuisson leaves a legacy for Charlotte arts

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Punta Gorda City Councilwoman Nancy Prafke and Charlotte Sun Editor Rusty Pray join Judy Malbuisson on Tuesday at her retirement party as executive director of the Arts & Humanities Council of Charlotte County. Look for more photos of the event in Friday's Charlotte Sun.

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Friends and business associates Christa Callaghan, Jacqueline Benjamin, Joanne Reid and Beverly Parkinson are pictured here with Judy Malbuisson at her retirement party.

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Judy Malbuisson poses with her assistant, Olivia Phillips, during the retirement party.

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Beverly Yankowitt chats with Maryann Mize during the party for Judy Malbuisson.

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Janet Castro and Kim Lovejoy joined Judy Malbuisson for a photo at the Arts & Humanities Council for her going-away party.

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Teresa and Frank Desquin are seen here with board member Valerie Guenther enjoying the retirement party for Judy Malbuissson.

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Attending the retirement party for Judy Malbuisson are Nancy Padgett, Don McCormick and Bonnie Benande.

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Bob Clendenin, Linda Lusk and board member the Rev. Bill Klossner are all smiles while chatting with newly retired Judy Malbuisson.

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Dan Mearns and Stacy Jones attended the retirement party for Judy Malbuisson.

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Local writer Paul Holmes reads a farewell tribute to retiring Judy Malbuisson during her party.

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Retiring from the Arts and Humanities Council after 13 years of service, Judy Malbuisson outlines her plans for the future and thanks to all those attending.

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They all came.

The movers (Punta Gorda City Councilwoman Nancy Prafke), the shakers (Mike Riley, no explanation necessary), the writers (Paul Holmes), the artists (Mary Taglieri), the photographers (Sue Paquin), the business and banking reps (Julie Mathis, Jackie Benjamin, Maryann Mize), the historians (Frank Desguin), the educators (Ellen Harvey), even the funeral home folks (Stacy Jones).

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