By: Stanley Spiegelman
Parkland Commissioner Bob Mayersohn will be locked up for the third time at a ‘Jail ‘n Bale’ event.
Hosted by Tomorrow’s Rainbow, which provides free relief for individuals who have experienced the death of a loved one and/or trauma.
“Seeing the smiles on the faces of so many children is reflective of the incredible services that Tomorrow’s Rainbow provides in our community. That is something you cannot put a price on,” said Mayersohn.
Because of COVID restrictions, the event has not taken place at the mini ranch in two years.
Their annual Pony Jail ‘n Bale event includes a dunk tank, face painting, pie eating contest, and live music. The cost of attendance is $10, with food included with your entrance fee.
You can find Mayersohn at the mini ranch, located at 4341 NW 39th Avenue, Coconut Creek, at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 16. Donate to his “bale” here
- Stanley Spiegelman is a recent graduate from the University of Miami, where he received his bachelor of science in journalism and public relations. He plans to attend graduate school in the Spring of 2023 to obtain a master's in management.
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