PCSI Supports the 32nd Annual Wellington Dinner Dance

PCSI is proud to sponsor the 32nd annual Wellington Dinner Dance, benefitting the Neil S. Hirsch Boys & Girls Club of Wellington.


Beaded, flapper-style dresses, peacock feather centerpieces, jeweled chandeliers and upcycled glassware with orchids and hydrangeas were part of the glitzy ambiance for the Roaring Twenties-themed Wellington Dinner Dance at Wycliffe Country Club.

The 32nd annual event raised over $230,000 for the Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club of Wellington, 1080 Wellington Trace.


Guests were treated to a speakeasy-inspired cocktail reception with passed hors d’oeuvres, Cirque Dreams performers and a silent auction for the sold-out event.

A dance routine by club members in flapper dresses was introduced by Jaene Miranda, president and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County. Fred Astaire Dancers also performed before dinner. There was a live auction and music from cover band Hyryze.

Speakers included Nicolette Goldfarb, chairman of the Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club, Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw and State Attorney David Aronberg, whose agencies support the club.

Co-chairmen were Georgina Bloomberg, Josh and Consuelo DeTillio, Hillary Dobbs, Dr. Richard and Julia Giroux, and Charlene and Chris Ramos. Honorary chairpersons were Dr. Edward and Maria Becker, Julie Khanna, and Julie and John Kime. Committee members included Nicolette Goldfarb, Susan Ferraro, Dr. Colette Brown-Graham, Julie Khanna, Julie Kime, Dr. Daxa Patel, Angie Payne, Tracy Priske, Char Ramos and Tawny Wolf.


“The 32nd annual Dinner Dance was the best one yet,” Goldfarb said in a statement. “From the start, our fantastic committee planned every little detail, and it showed the entire night. I’m looking forward to year 33 and seeing what’s next for this event that supports such deserving kids.”


There are 13 Boys & Girls Clubs throughout Palm Beach County serving over 9,400 children ages 6 to 18, according to the organization. It provides provide after-school programs and summer camp and “emphasizes educational, vocational, social, recreational, health, leadership and character-building skills in a positive and safe atmosphere.”

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