WELLINGTON, Fla., Oct. 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- We are pleased to announce the Mrs. Florida Pageant has named Karyn Turk as Mrs. Wellington 2015. On May 29th, Karyn will compete in the Mrs. Florida Pageant (U.S Continental), at the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens.
The Mrs. Florida Pageant is the only pageant that recognizes the modern women for their accomplishments at home, at work and in the community. As Mrs. Wellington, Karyn is available to attend upcoming events, speak to your audience or assist with public service campaigns.
If you do not know Karyn Turk, Mrs. Wellington 2015, she is a philanthropist of many kinds. She is a mother, a grandmother, a wife, a business owner and a caretaker to her Mother with Alzheimer's disease. Karyn works with many different non-profit organizations including: Place of Hope, Shuzz, JAFCO, the Alzheimer's Association, and KidSafe. She is an active board member with the Women of the Wellington Chamber, and a co-founder of their Healing Hearts – '30 days, 30 Women Campaign', this charitable initiative serves 12 worthy causes each year. She is a VP on the board of the Congregation B'nai Israel, Women of Reform Judaism Sisterhood. A recognized member of the National Association of Professional Women she was recently profiled as lifestyle media group's South Florida's Power Women 2015. She is a proud Wellington, FL., resident and business owner. She works alongside her husband Evan W. Turk, Esq. in the management of his Asset Protection Law Firm. Karyn also owns Principle Offices an executive office space that is dedicated to the legal profession.
"I look forward to the increased visibility for the charities that I work with and serving other worthy causes within my local community. I am extremely honored to represent my community as Mrs. Wellington and I look forward to competing for the title of Mrs. Florida. I plan to spend the next eight months, prior to the pageant, boosting awareness for causes that are deserving of the spotlight," says Karyn. Karyn enjoys speaking to the public and regularly hosts events. The Turk family is often at the International Polo Club during the polo season, where they have a family tent. They host many charity and professional groups throughout the season. Karyn's personal blog is www.karynturk.com.
To schedule with Mrs. Wellington, call Christina Gianatiempo, public relations for Karyn Turk at 561-665-6570 (option 1) or call the Mrs. Florida (U.S. Continental) Pageant office, 800-384-3600.
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