2007 Relay for Life Awards: Coconut Republic Parrothead Club Wins: "Rookie Team Award" 2nd Place for Best Decorated Campsite 3rd Place for Best Banner Bronze Award for raising over $3,000.
Coconut Republic Parrotheads Raised $3,686 for the American Cancer Society April 27 & 28 at the Marga-Relay-Ville-For-Life at Tradition Field in Port St. Lucie
Team Captain Natalie Neil Puckers for Cameras with Parrothead Mascot Deana Martino
CRPHC Team - Walk With The Phlock
Team Captain Natalie Neil Cheers as the CRPHC Parrotheads Take a Team Lap Around the Track!
Parrotheads Built a Colorphul Home Base From the inflated parrot to the palm tree with parrot lights, grass skirting, leis and the shark, Parrotheads were ready to Party With A Purpose! (Thanks Bill Stewart for taking most of the pictures!)
We Used Every Inch of our 20-foot-wide Space!
PHins Up Karen!
Helen Adds Decorations
Walkers Came to Check Out the Parrotheads!
Parrotheads & Keets sold "Parrot-Ice" (Snow Cones to those not of the Phlock) All proceeds went to the ACS!
Parrot-Keet Phriend Allison Serves Parrot-Ice To Customers
Club President Jeannine Phlavors Parrot-Ice For Paying Customer
Our Parrot-Ice Sign Lit UP The Parrothead Booth After Dark
The PHlock raised money for the ACS selling raffle tickets for a Parrothead Tub filled with Goodies, including a Jimmy Buffett CD, Bottle of Rum, Bottle of Tequilla, "5 O'Clock Somewhere Sign, Flip Flops, Beach Towel, Margaritaville T-Shirts, 2 Free Memberships to the CRPHC and more!
Glenda Brannon and Cancer Survivor Bob Orris Inspect the Raffle Tub -- Which Was Won by Parrothead Karen Stewart
Cancer Survivor Bob Orris Gives Beads to Team Captain Natalie Neil
Jeannine Wears One of the Flowered Hats All Parrotheads Wore While Walking with the PHlock
Cancer Survivor 9-year-old Ryan West and his older brother, Shane, walk the "Survivors Lap" to begin ceremonies at the walk that lasted 18 hours. The boys are grandsons of Parrotheads Pat & Greg Moore.
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Nearly 40 Pheathered-Phriends joined the team, taking turns walking around the track. One or more Parrotheads were required to wall the track at all times during the 18-hour walk! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Deana & Jeannine
Keeper of the PHlock
Greg & Jan Pashke
Margot & Capt. John
Connor Helps Shannon With Her Parrot Hat
Chris with his "Walk With the Phlock" Pin on his hat!
The Youngest Keet in the PHlock!
Motorhomes, Tents & Campers Lined a 20-foot Wide Strip of Land To Form Our Parrothead Paradise
Home Away From Home
Tom, Greg & John Take a Break - Notice the Crime Scene Tape on the ground showing the boundary of our site.
Buff & Deana's Motorhome Made Our Home a little Slice of Paradise
Buff Martino Takes a Parrothead PHoto!
John & Dee wear "Walk With The Phlock" T-Shirts
Deana, Bill & Karen Walked With the Phlock
Buff & Deana feel at home - one they brought with them!
Ken Walked Early & Returned at 2 a.m. to Walk Some More!
Greg Walked Friday night and returned to the track at 4:30 a.m. Saturday
Jan wears one of the flowered hats worn by all Parrotheads who walked for the ACS.
Buff & Deana's motorhome provided all the electricity and was the perfect home base for our Parrothead Party!
Tents & campers Lined Up Behind Buff & Deana's motorhome for the ultimate 20-foot wide Tailgate Party!
Pat and her grandsons, Ryan and Shane, are ready to begin the walk
Our Team Message Board Told the Story of Ryan's Non-Hodkins Lymphoma
Ryan West - Cancer Survivor
Non-Hodkins Lymphoma was an extremely fast growing cancer of the lymph system for Ryan. He was 6 years old when diagnosed Dec. 1, 2003. He underwent intense chemotherapy for more than three months and has been off treatment for more than three years. Today, he's a 9-year-old third-grade honor roll student at Beacon Cove Elementary School in Jupiter. He loves sports and plays football and little league baseball and takes Tae Kwon Do. He's a Cub Scout and his favorite sports team is the Minnesota Vikings. Obviously, his favorite color is PURPLE!