Wesley House and Rotary Club Raise Money for Dental Care for Children
Last Saturday at Bay View Park, the Rotary Club of Key West and Wesley House Family Services united and brought the community together for a great cause, Dental Care for Children in Monroe County. While people could register to go on a guided tour of Old Town on bicycle, many just enjoyed the food, crafts and music for the cause. The Fire and Police department were on hand promoting bicycle safety as well as two bicycles, painted by Molly McAteer and Rick Worth, were raffled off to lucky winners.
Volunteer Eileen Dugan had already registered 50 bicycles to ride together through old town.
Sharon Hirsch, left , and Lorie Rouse act as Tooth Fairies to raise awareness and levity for the cause.
Andrew Maquire, left, Brian Maquire, Isabel Fernandez Cardenas, and Antonio Fernandez Cardenas represent the high school Interact group, the youngest version of Rotary, whose same purpose is to give back to the community.
Isabel Fernandez Cardenas, left Devin Egelston, Ada and Roman Van Loon, get crafty at the home depot table.
Roto (Rotary) Molar (high school student Antonio Fernandez Cardenas) and Marty Hirsch entertained the kids, reminding them to brush their teeth!
Viral sensation, Officer Scott Standerwick is glad he will never have to save Trish, Taylor or Barry Gibson from a Banyon tree.