Over 25 Years of Partying with a Purpose!
Welcome to the Parrot Heads of Central Florida, based in Orlando, FL and serving the Greater Orlando area!
Latest PHCF News
- There were 8 PHolks that attended the Adopt-A-Race on September 15th and 12 PHolks that came to the Adopt-A-Race on September 29th!!
- $145.00 of Raffle Table proceeds raised during the September PHlocking for the Big Cat Rescue – thank you to Ray Wortley for the terrific Raffle Baskets and to Megan Oberlin for suggesting this cause.
A quick word from your President:
ALL year we wait for the annual migration south and the time is FINALLY coming!!!
MOTM in Key West
Be sure to stay tuned to your social media for all of the PHun to come – the dates are October 31st to November 4th – it isn’t too late to change your mind and regist … (read more…)
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Upcoming PHlocking Information!
Gobble…. gobble…. PHlock! We are thankful to be part of the best darn PHlock!
This will be our last PHlocking of 2018 – don’t miss it! There will be stories and pictures from Meeting of the Minds, great raffles and giveaways, and the fantastic sounds of John Beck.
(Note that we will be meeting on the second PHriday this month.)
Location: Friendly Confines
4757 S Orange Ave, Orlando
Time: 7:00 PM,
Friday, November 9, 2018
Lucky Stars for This Month
Recipient: Osceola County Council on Aging
Created in 1971, the Osceola Council on Aging, Inc. is the largest social services organization in Osceola County, providing a wide array of services and programs to meet the needs of our community. Though the name implies services for just the elderly, our scope of services extend to families as well, helping during crisis to enable generations of residents to cope with challenges.
The Osceola Council on Aging, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3, non-profit, private charitable organization dedicated to providing services to enable independence and self-sufficiency for seniors, disabled adults, the disadvantaged and families in poverty.
Sponsor: Connie Caines
Raffle Table For This Month
Recipient: Coral Restoration Foundation
Life on Earth needs coral reefs.
They are the “rainforests of the sea”, supporting 25 percent of all marine life, protecting our shores, feeding our people, providing breathtaking natural playgrounds that underpin economies around the world.
Yet coral reefs are among the most endangered ecosystems in the world.
Coral Restoration Foundation is a non-profit marine conservation organization dedicated to restoring reefs to a healthy state, in Florida and globally, working to restore reefs, educating others on the importance of our oceans, and using science to further research and monitoring techniques.
Sponsor: Ray Wortley