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Hibiscus House Teens Receive Free Viewing Tickets and T-Shirts
(VERO BEACH, FL) – Indian River County Commissioner Tim Zorc (Dist. 3) and BRPH, an international architecture and engineering services firm headquartered on Florida’s East Coast, have partnered to provide 33 Vero Beach-based teens and their chaperones from the Hibiscus Children’s Center with free tickets to the Vero Beach Air Show on April 21-22. The teens and their chaperones also received free BRPH t-shirts.
The Hibiscus Children’s Center provides safe shelter for abused, abandoned and neglected children and also offers early intervention, advocacy and recovery programs for at-risk youth.
Air Show tickets and BRPH t-shirts were presented to the Hibiscus teens and their chaperones at 4:00 p.m. Friday, April 20.
“It’s important to find local corporate partners that are willing and able to assist our community’s at-risk teens,” said County Commissioner Zorc. “The Hibiscus Children’s Center has been helping local youth since 1985 and I can’t think of a more deserving organization to enjoy this opportunity.”
“Our company is dedicated to helping the communities we serve and the Hibiscus Center has a long history of being a positive force in Vero,” said BRPH Commercial Sector Director John Luznar. “We are so pleased to be able to provide a little recreation and weekend fun in these teens’ lives.”
To learn more about the Hibiscus Children’s Center, visit https://hibiscuschildrenscenter.org/.