Keller Williams, Fury Road Help Victims Of West Virginia Floods

Keller Williams Boynton Beach recently hosted an event at Suri West in Wellington to raise money for the flood victims of West Virginia.

Keller Williams pulled together resources to create the event and invited guests to enjoy a drink and appetizer or sit with friends and enjoy a meal. There was live entertainment, and surprise guests mingling throughout the event, such as Wellington Mayor Anne Gerwig. There was also a poker tournament and a silent auction. The Fury Road Riding Club also participated in the event.

The charge was a $10 donation that will go directly to the flood victims, plus a percent of food purchased from the restaurant. Fury Road motorcycle riders assisted as each person contributed.

West Virginia experienced heavy rains and major flooding in June. Various cities saw cars being washed away, people scrambling to safety and power lines failing. More than 20,000 West Virginians were without power for days, and some even lost their homes.

ABOVE: Adrienne Mazzone, Michael Razler, Mayor Anne Gerwig, Scott Smith, Andrew Sloan and Bruno Ramos.