“Day For Kids” on Saturday April 15th to Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Neil S. Hirsch

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In honor of the 10th anniversary of the Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club in Wellington, the Club has partnered with the Village of Wellington and the Central Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce to present a “Day For Kids” on Saturday April 15th.  The event’s hours will be from 10am to 1pm at the Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club located at 1080 Wellington Trace, Wellington, FL 33414.

All Wellington Children are invited to this celebration which will include free food as long as the supplies last, slides, free shirts for the first 300 kids, Kona ice, foam party, face painter, entertainment, local vendors, and so much more!

“The late Neil Hirsch was a huge supporter of Wellington’s children.  He would be so proud to see how his Wellington Boys & Girls Club is making a difference in the lives of so many children,” said Jaene Miranda, President & CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County.  “This event is a wonderful way for the community to honor Neil’s legacy while providing a fun day for our families.  We thank the Village of Wellington for all they do year after year to support our efforts and for partnering with us on this special day.”

Hirsch passed away in 2021 and is remembered by the community as a highly involved supporter of the Wellington club. In 2012, Hirsch made the lead gift to construct a new Club building in Wellington. The generous donation made it possible for the Club to more than triple in size in an area of increasing need.

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