Hurricane Irma Relief
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If you or someone you know would like to contribute to the recovery efforts, Lisa Walsh, the owner of Tim Finnegan’s Irish Pub – a popular bar-restaurant in Delray Beach, is hosting a special Benefit Concert for the Keys on Thursday, September 28, from 6 to 10 pm.
“Hurricane Irma devastated the Keys, leaving tens of thousands of people without shelter, wood, fuel, food or even basic toiletries,” says Ms. Walsh. “More than a quarter of all homes are now uninhabitable, more than half have suffered damage, and hundreds of businesses were destroyed. Our friends in the Florida Keys are going to be without power, water and employment for an extended period of time.”
“As Floridians always do, we band together to help our own,” she declares.
Accordingly, Lisa Walsh has joined with a group of concerned friends and customers – Michele Bellisari, Steve Martel, Linda Somers, Paula Tolly, Gregg Weiss and Bob Wieder – to present this Benefit Concert for the Keys at Tim Finnegan’s Irish Pub to raise much-needed funds to help the victims of Hurricane Irma.
For only a $20 donation per person, attendees will receive one free well drink (or domestic beer or wine), discounted food, an amazing gourmet dessert bar filled with exotic treats from some of South Florida’s top restaurants and caterers. The benefit will also feature celebrity emcees including Paul Castronovo, host of The Paul Castronovo Show on BIG 105.9, plus several hilarious comics and live music from the legendary The Joe Cotton Band, local favorites for more than 30 years.
“I guarantee that everyone who attends will have a great time, and – most importantly – 100 percent of all funds raised will go directly to aiding victims of Hurricane Irma,” says Ms. Walsh. “Our committee is already in contact with local law enforcement agencies and civic groups to in the Keys to guarantee that these donated funds will go to where it will be most impactful to those who need help the most.”
“Our community needs us now more than ever,” she adds. “So I hope that people will join us at Tim Finnegan’s on September 28, and if they can’t attend, they can still donate to our GoFundMe campaign at https://www.gofundme.com/florida-keys-hurricane-relief-fund.”
Located at 2885 S. Federal Highway in Delray Beach, Tim Finnegan’s offers authentic Irish food prepared on premise based on traditional recipes from the owners’ parents and using only the finest and freshest ingredients available. The popular Pub sports a comfortable décor surrounded with the ambiance conducive to a private conversation or a fun night out with friends, and the walls are covered with photographs of the Emerald Isle taken by local Irish artists. The live music at Tim Finnegan’s covers a wide range of genres, including Celtic rock, traditional Irish music sessions, blues, folk and rock and roll.