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Honoring the First Temecula Icon: Terry Gilmore

Family, friends and business associates gathered to celebrate business and social luminary, Terry Gilmore, at Paréa Restaurant in Old Town. Gilmore, owner of Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac, was honored for his outstanding leadership, charitable works and contributions on behalf of The Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County and was named the first Temecula Icon by Temecula Valley?s Best Magazine. A Temecula Icon is a distinguished citizen of the region who has worked tirelessly to make their city a better place and who embodies such iconic qualities as leadership, philanthropy and great achievement. Gilmore?s portrait, which was painted by noted artist Ron DiCianni, was unveiled at the dinner and will hang in the Hall of Icons at the future Marengo Museum of Art. Guests enjoyed an elegant five course dinner by distinguished chef and owner, Antoine Marengo. Marengo?s menu of fresh, sustainable, locally sourced fare included brie with caramelized pear and roasted walnuts, stuffed mushrooms and beef tenderloin with demi glace, and Tiramisu from Robin?s Nest. Published in Temecula Valley?s Best Photos By Stephen Eldred

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