Don’t have a cow
Recently more than 100members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County dressed in cow costumes to visit local Chick-fil-A restaurants. It was part of Chick-fil-A’s fourth annual “Cow Appreciation Day,” in which any customer who wasn’t “too chicken” to dress like a cow received a complimentary meal.
Children from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Wellington and West Palm Beach created cow masks, dressed in black and white and wore spots in honor of the celebration. “This was such a fun day for our youngsters. They loved dressing up and they looked adorable”, said Mary O’Connor, president and CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County. “To top it all off, they had a terrific Chick-fil-A meal. They couldn’t stop smiling.”
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, a non-profit organization, serves more than 7,500 disadvantaged and at-risk children from age 6 to 18 at 13 sites throughout Palm Beach County. The clubs serve children, who find positive role models, learn healthy values and participate in challenging, fun programs including educational and sports-related activities.
For more information, call 561-683-3287 or visit www.bgcpbc.org.
Boys & Girls Club of West Palm Beach Members line up to eat
Boys & Girls Club of West Palm Beach Members show off their masks