Man Cave raises over $9,000

Funds will go toward Catholic Charities’ Unaccompanied Minors program

Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Florida Catholic staff – Florida Catholic

Among those enjoying the Man Cave were John D. Couriel, left, his father, John L. Couriel, and Judge Robert Luck of the 11th Judicial District of Florida.

Father Richard Vigoa, priest-secretary to Archbishop Thomas Wenski, and Katie Blanco-Crocquet, archdiocesan director of development, play a game of dominos with other participants in the Man Cave.

A view of Cuban Crafters cigar factory during the Man Cave.

MIAMI | The second annual Man Cave, an opportunity to have fun while benefiting an archdiocesan charity, raised $9,190 for Catholic Charities’ Unacompanied Minors Program. The event took place May 30 at Cuban Crafters in Miami with Archbishop Thomas Wenski as host. The Man Cave allowed participants to enjoy an old-Havana style evening featuring top-notch cigars, food and domino games. It is one of many fundraisers sponsored throughout the year by the archdiocesan Development Office. For more information on future events, contact
Corrected June 4, 2014: An additional $1,000 donation was received after this story was posted. The earlier headline said over $8,000 (exactly $8,190) had been raised. That total is now $1,000 higher.