Riviera Mayan Themed Event To Benefit Boys & Girls Clubs Programming

Chairmen: Brooks Bishop, Olympia Bishop, Wilder Regalbuto, and Jason Regalbuto

In its 21st year, Barefoot on the Beach continues to live up to its reputation as the must-attend event as the Palm Beach social season culminates. More than 400 guests will hit The Breakers Palm Beach, Beach Club on Friday, April 14th to celebrate an evening in Riviera Maya. Guests clad in all-white attire will enjoy a leisurely cocktail hour followed by a sumptuous buffet dinner, upbeat entertainment, and live auction with exclusive travel packages and one-of-a-kind experiences. Sitting poolside while enjoying the sea breeze, Barefoot on the Beach is known for its relaxed elegance and playful atmosphere.

“This event is always a fun way to wrap up the busy Palm Beach social season. It’s a more laid-back, fun event that benefits so many children in our community,” said Barefoot on the Beach Co-Chairman Brooks Bishop.

Joining Brooks as Barefoot on the Beach Co-Chairman is Olympia Bishop and Wilder and Jason Regalbuto.

“I am honored to be part of Barefoot on the Beach because of the Clubs’ mission to help children reach their full potential. Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County does such tremendous work to improve the lives of thousands of children, which is a cause that’s critically important to me,” explained Wilder Regalbuto.

Joining Olympia, Brooks, Wilder and Jason on their committee for Barefoot on the Beach as Honorary Chairmen are Maura Ziska Christu, Margaret Duriez, and Kayla and Taylor Collins. Founding Chairmen are Reid Boren, Tommy Quick and Wally Turner. Craig Gibson, Jr. rounds out the committee as Junior Chairman.

Grand benefactors are Olympia and Brooks Bishop, Wilder and Jason Regalbuto, Olexa H. Celine and Tom Quick. The Corporate Sponsor is Meyers Auto Group.

The enjoyable evening helps raise programming funds for each of Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County’s 20 Clubs, which provide a safe haven for children ages 6-18 during non-school hours. The Clubs serve more than 10,000 mostly at-risk children, who find positive role models, learn healthy values and participate in challenging, fun programs including educational, sports, arts, STEM and much more.

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