Recent News & Events
- August 11th, 2012 These are twenty five graduates of Boot Camp that were sent there with BSO Officer and member Victor Thompson. Prestige Club has always bought tennis shoes for the graduates and back packs. Since we were a little short this year the Rick Case Dealers and new member Terry Atkinson V.P at the Florida Panthers along with Sonia Perez furnished them this year. The picture shows off their new shoes. Thanks to all of our wonderful members.
- November 6th, 2011 Prestige Club is sponsored Jimmy Crews, a 21 year old athlete who was injured and his wish is to be able to be back in sports. He used a hand crank bike at the ING New York City Marathon .
- October 25, 2011, Prestige Club has two full pages featured in Nothing But Good News Magazine. Please open the magazine to pages 49 and 50 to view the Prestige Club pages. Open Publication – Free Publishing – More Dee Wallace
- June 4th, 2011, we received non-perishable items to help out Hope Outreach Sister Gamana and Helen.
- February 6th, 2011, Prestige Club featured in the Sun-Sentinel. Read article
- January 21st, 2011, the FISP 2011 Dinner Dance honoring Polly Wilkie was held. The FISP Humanitarian Award was presented to Polly Wilkie to honor and celebrate her accomplishments as a woman who has poured her hear and soul into helping thousands of woman, children, and families.
- Bart Reed Love Fest Picnic 2010 was a sucess! Every year, Prestige Club helps over 4,000 adults and children in need. And each year the event is bigger and better. There was lots of food, fun, games, and face painting for the children. Each family received a Publix gift certificates so that they can have a family dinner on Thanksgiving. Local charities such as Susan B. Anthony, Children’s Harbor, Make a Wish Foundation, Starlight Foundation, and many more came together to help out.
- The Kilimanjaro Klimb for Kids has been completed. Our board member, Ed Hickey, reached the summit of Kilimanjaro on October 13th, 2010 at 1:20am. The climb took 7 days in all, and span almost 4 vertical miles. For more information, or to donate to this great cause, please go to http://www.firstgiving.com/EdHickey. For read more about this you can also visit our article The Kilimanjaro Kimb for Kids.