Kudos for Canes at Palm Healthcare Foundation Community Update

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HEALTHIER TOGETHER: Inlet Grove football players Ronerlson Elcien and Donovan Gilbert, chaperoned by Coach Terry Bradden Jr., earned kudos (and community service hours) for assisting at the Palm Healthcare Foundation’s annual Community Update and Open House Oct. 21.

It was “an amazing evening,” the hosts said, due in part to Inlet Grove coach Terry Bradden Jr., and his players Ronerlson Elcien and Donovan Gilbert, who attended the Palm Healthcare Foundation’s annual Community Update event Oct. 21.

The foundation hosted nearly 100 guests as it announced the next two of six local communities to receive $1 million each as part of its Healthier Together initiative.

Riviera Beach/North West Palm Beach and Boynton Beach are the two newest Healthier Together communities selected to receive $200,000 a year for the next five years in an effort to improve the health and well-being of local residents.

Attendees of the Annual Community Open House raved about how engaging and welcoming the Inlet Grove Football players were in greeting guests, handing out event programs and assisting with the announcement.

The two “ambassadors” from Inlet Grove also assisted by holding the banner for the Pee-Wee Bumblebee Football players from The Safe Haven CRC to “burst” their way through to kick off the announcement.

Board of Trustees members said they were super impressed and that the students are a credit to Inlet Grove Community High School.

Supporters were encouraged to take a look and sign up to be part of the Healthier Together Riviera Beach community, which Coach Bradden and the two gentlemen from Inlet Grove’s football team represented, at palmhealthcare.org/healthier-together

For more information on the Palm Healthcare Foundation initiative, visit palmhealthcare.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=news.details&ArticleId=500012&returnTo=main