Tesoro Club, a 1,490-acre private club community located on Florida’s Treasure Coast, hosted the 2nd Annual 2023 Ghoula: The Magick Voodoo Menagerie on Saturday, October 21. The event, which was held at the Tesoro Terrace Grill Patio, helped raise funds for the Treasure Coast Wildlife Center.
The 2023 Ghoula was a Halloween- themed extravaganza that included dinner, dancing, music, an open bar, live entertainment, animal encounters, auctions, and more. More than 130 costumed guests attended the fundraiser.
The event raised over $21,000, which will go towards the construction and operation of the new Treasure Coast Wildlife Nature Center. Opening in 2024, the new nature center will be the premier inland environmental center in South Florida. The 5,000 square foot space will be ideal for hosting school groups and public education workshops. The nature center will feature permanent animal enclosures, interactive educational displays, an outdoor classroom space, gardens, walking trails, picnic areas, and a gift shop.
About Tesoro Club
Tesoro Club is located 30 minutes north of the Palm Beaches on Florida’s Treasure Coast. An enviable location surrounded by endless waterways, pristine beaches, and a relaxed Florida lifestyle, Tesoro Club offers private club, social and golf memberships, which include two Clubhouses, 9 Har-Tru tennis courts, 11 pickleball courts, two dining venues, a fitness center, a full-service spa, and a heated swimming pool. Tesoro Club is also home to two 18-hole championship golf courses.
A collection of new luxury homes includes two of the nation’s top builders – WCI Communities and Toll Brothers – as well as signature home builders Ecclestone Signature Homes, GHO Homes and Janssen Custom Home Builders, LLC. New designer models are now open and move-in homes are currently available for sale. For more information on Membership or available real estate, the community’s Welcome Center is now open daily at 125 SE Via Tesoro Blvd. Visit TesoroClub.com or call 772-345-4000 for more information.
About Treasure Coast Wildlife Center
The Treasure Coast Wildlife Center is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation, dedicated to the preservation of wildlife and the conservation of natural habitats. We are not a government agency. All funding for our efforts comes from public and private grants and from concerned citizens throughout our community.
Our purpose is to rehabilitate and return injured, ill, and orphaned animals to the wild, as well as offer educational services to the public at large. Founded by Jean Henry and Ruth Stanwood in 1974, the Treasure Coast Wildlife Center serves Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee, and Palm Beach counties.