Millionaire in Boca Raton Opens his Home to 70 Foster Kids Displaced by Irma
A millionaire in Boca Raton, Florida found out 70 foster kids had nowhere to stay after Hurricane Irma. So, he and his wife invited all the kids to come stay with them in their $30 million mansion. The place is 27,000 square feet with eight bedrooms, 16 bathrooms, a pool, a basketball court, a home theater and a game room that includes a pool table, air hockey, and a ton of arcade games so PLENTY of room for them to stretch out.
They also hired a guitar player the other day to come do a sing-a- long. They brought manicurists in to do all the girls' nails. And they hired an entertainer named Bobby the Balloon Guy to perform. It's not clear how long the kids are staying, but it sounds like they'll be there at least until their shelters get fixed up and have power again. Doesn't this sound like a story they could turn into a movie?
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