Celebrity Sightings:

Posted by Maryanne Salvat On March - 14 - 2012

Reid & Fiorentino

Various well-known athletes and sports legends gathered over the weekend for the sixth annual Reid & Fiorentino Call Of The Game Dinner & Celebrity Golf Classic including: Dan Marino, Pierre Garcon, AJ Duhe, Benny Blades, Brandon Fields, Bob Brudzinski, Bryant Salter, Dan Carpenter, Darrell Fullington, Darrell Malone, Darryl Talley, Darryl Williams, Derrick Rogers, Dick Anderson, Don Nottingham, Eddie Hill, Freddie Banks, George Mira, Higgy, James Pruitt, Jason Jackson, Jed Weaver, Jeff Cross, Joey Cornblit, John Congemi, John Crotty, John Denney, John Harris, John L. Williams, Jose Paneda, Keith Askins, Keith Sims, Ki-Jana Carter, Larry Ball, Larry Little, Lorenzo Hampton, Mark Duper, Mike Inglis, Mike Miller, Mike Williams, Nat Moore, Nicko McBrain, OJ Anderson, OJ McDuffie, Patti Rizzo, Oronde Gadsen, Q Hill, Randall Hill, Reggie Givens, Rich Romano, Shane Battier, Shawn Wooden, Steve Whitaker, Terry Kirby, Tony Nathan, Troy Drayton, Valeria Ochoa, Walter Briggs, Lamar Thomas, Eddie Brown, Bernard Ford and Woody Bennett. During the dinner gala, a number of prestigious awards were presented for excellence and leadership in the community. Former Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame quarterback and NFL/College Football Analyst for almost three decades, Bob Griese, was presented with the Don Shula Sports Legend Award. Broadcaster, Joe Rose, received the Sonny Hirsch Excellence in Sports Broadcasting Award, and  Bill Fauerbach and Publix were presented with the Community Service Award.  The inaugural Jim Mandich Courage and Commitment Award was presented to Nick Buoniconti and Marc Buoniconti by Jim Mandich’s three sons – Michael, Mark, and Nick, for their outstanding work with The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis and The Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis. Father and son both took to the stage to give moving thank you speeches in front of an admiring audience that included Miami HEAT icon, Alonzo Mourning and coach, Eric Spoelstra.

Mr. Chris Bridges, aka Ludacris, spent Sunday at the Rx Pool Party series at the Rooftop of the Perry Hotel. The musician was spotted in a VIP cabana with a body guard, his cousin, and his girlfriend having lunch and watching college basketball poolside.

 Gretchen Rossi from Real Housewives of Orange County dined at Sugarcane raw bar grill on Wednesday night with her boyfriend Slade. They arrived with a few friends around 10 p.m. She tweeted “@sugarcanerawbar having an amazing diner with amazing friends!”

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