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The Conch Republic Royal Family 2014
 

 

Thank you to everyone for coming and supporting
the Conch Republic Foster Children’s Fund.

This money is used to reach out and touch a child’s life at the moment it means the most. The fund is used to buy football and baseball uniforms, prom and Quinces dresses, trips to the hairdresser, eye glasses, class rings, birthday presents, clothes and countless other things, big and little, that meant all the world in that moment. 

The Conch Republic Royal Investiture
raised approximately $8,000 for the fund.

 

 

Title Candidate
Duke of Alright Alright Alright Patrick Bruski
Royal Dane of the Conch Republic Truman (a great dane)
Royal Carriage Trimmer Al Feltmate
Royal Drug Dealer of the Republic Edward Russell
Royal Boat Whisperer Wayne Nowocien
Royal Pain in the Ass Rick Schimp
Royal Blind Tourist Leslie Spoone
El Presidente Paul Hanko
Prince of Procrastination Dee Mogavero
Princess Camerone Paige
Official Royal Radio Station - US 1 Radio Leigha Fox
Queen in Waiting Brooke Joensen
Countess of Curiosity Vanessa Enriquez
King Mel Fisher
Queen Edith Amsterdam
 

 

Current News

Pier House Resort & Spa Supports Wesley House

 

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(left to right) Joe Dantoni, Pier House General Manager, and Bryan Green, Wesley House Board Chairman. 

 

March 17, 2014, Key West, FL - Wesley House Family Services recently received a $2,000 donation from the Pier House Resort & Spa.
 
The monies from the donation - a result of Pier House GM Joe Dantoni being named Resort Manager of the Year by Remington Hotels - will be used to purchase items for foster children that are not covered by state funding.  These items enable foster children to better cope during what is a difficult transition time in their lives.
 
The Pier House has been a long-time supporter of Wesley House, our programs and our families, stated Wesley House Board Chairman Bryan Green.  It is with continued gratitude that we accept this generous donation.
 
Aside from the donation, the Pier House consistently adopts a family during Christmas time, as well throughout the year, to assist them with the expenses of raising a child.

Wesley House Family Services complies with state and federal nondiscrimination laws and policies that prohibit discrimination based on age, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, or sex. It is unlawful to retaliate against individuals or groups on the basis of their participation in a complaint of discrimination or on the basis of their opposition to discriminatory practices.