Print It Plus participating in 30th Annual Dinner Dance to benefit Wellington Boys & Girls Club at Polo Club tonight

30th Wellington Dinner Dance

The 30th annual Dinner Dance to benefit the Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club in Wellington will be held tonight at the International Polo Club of Palm Beach. The proceeds will once again help the club serve an additional 150 Wellington children in 2017. Thanks to the generosity of the attendees and volunteers, last year’s event generated an estimated $250,000.

For three decades this event, the largest yearly fundraising event benefitting the Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club calendar, has brought together both supporters and philanthropists of the Boys & Girls Club of Wellington for an evening of cocktails, silent and live auctions, dinner and dancing. This year, the event committee is happy to announce that the highly-regarded band HyRyze will provide the musical entertainment.

The 13 Boys & Girls Clubs in Palm Beach County offer “a variety of services for local children during non-school hours, as well as summer camp opportunities, to nearly 8,000 boys and girls from ages 6 to 18. The Clubs emphasize educational, vocational, social, recreational, health, leadership, and character building skills in a positive and safe atmosphere. Through quality programs, the Club experience gives children the guidance they need to make a healthy transition from childhood to young adulthood,” according to the article announcing tonight’s event in The Palm Beach Post.

This year’s Wellington Dinner Dance is thankful to have the support of Georgina Bloomberg, Complete Healthcare for Women, the Neil S. Hirsch Family Foundation, Marley & Brett Overman, Palms West Hospital, Sheriff Ric and Dorothy Bradshaw, Julie Kime, Palms West Hospital, the William H. Pitt Foundation, South Florida Radiation Oncology, WEP Polo Operations LLC, Adams, Coogler, Watson, Merkel, Barry and Kellner, the Center for Bone & Joint Surgery, Diagnostic Centers of America, the Florida Power & Light Company, the Florida Sugar Cane League, James J. Goad M.D., the Center for Advanced Surgical Care, Independent Imaging, Infectious Disease Consultants, Palm Beach Urology Associates, Illustrated Properties Charities, Wellington Regional Medical Center, Wellington Florist and us at Print It Plus.

The events Co-Chairpersons include Georgina Bloomberg, Nicolette Goldfarb, Eric and Jennifer Goldman, and Marley Goodman-Overman. Honorary Chairpersons are Dr. Edward and Maria Becker, Dr. Colette Brown-Graham, Julie Kime, and Dr. Daxa Patel.

Print It Plus is proud to be involved with this special evening, as a sponsor and participant. Co-owner Kimberly Leland has once again served as a volunteer member of the event committee helping to put this wonderful dinner dance together. Print It Plus has been actively involved with the Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club Dinner Dance in Wellington for the last 4 years.

For more information including tickets and sponsorship opportunities still available for this event, please contact Christine Martin, Director of Special Events for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach at 561-683-3287 or or visit

To read the entire article about this event in the Palm Beach Post go to:

About the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County
Founded in 1971, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County is a not-for profit youth development organization dedicated to promoting the educational, vocational, health leadership and character of boys and girls in a safe, nurturing environment. The Clubs provide more than a safe, fun and constructive alternative to being home alone – they offer a variety of award-winning developmental programs to help youth build skills, self-esteem and values during critical periods of growth. The thirteen Boys & Girls Clubs throughout Palm Beach County serve more than 8,000 under-privileged children locally ages 6-18. For more information, please visit or call 561-683-3287.


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