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There’s More to Aging than Birthdays

By: Dian Vujovich, Civic Association Contributing Editor.

If there were only three things to say about Scott Greenberg’s presentation at the Palm Beach Civic Association’s member luncheon Monday, Nov. 17, they would be: The food was great, the speaker even better and everyone left smiling.

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Civic Association Major Sponsors Celebrated by Directors

Palm Beach Civic Association cocktail reception

Palm Beach Civic Association directors held a cocktail reception for major sponsors at the Paramount Theater courtyard.The weather was perfect to greet the Premier Season Sponsor First Republic Bank, and major sponsors: Braman Motorcars, The Breakers, Good Samaritan Medical Center, Hanley Center Foundation, and Kochman & Ziska PLC.

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PUBLIX PRESENTS PLAN TO CIVIC ASSOCIATION MEMBERS

By: R. Michael Brown, Civic Association Communications Director

The Publix redevelopment team presented plans for its new Palm Beach store to about 100 members at a Civic Association symposium at the Paramount Building. 

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DAY ACADEMY STUDENTS CALL RESIDENTS FROM THE CIVIC ASSOCIATION TO GET-OUT-THE-VOTE

Ninth grade students from the Palm Beach Day Academy made calls to Town of Palm Beach residents during the Civic Association Get-Out-The-Vote call campaign.  The Civic Association conducts the campaign for every election and this is the second year the Academy has participated.  Students also participated in the Civic Association Candidates Debate earlier in the week.

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CIVIC ASSOCIATION CANDIDATES DEBATE ATTRACTS ALMOST 300

The Civic Association Candidates Debate was well attended with almost 300 gathered to listen to Town of Palm Beach Town Council candidates present their opinions on the issues including taxes, shore protection, Royal Poinciana Plaza and Playhouse, water resources, and much more.

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Bob Wildrick Civic Association Symposium

PALM BEACH -- Over 40 Civic Association members and invited guests came to the Civic Association Symposium to have an interaction session with Town Councilman Bob Wildrick.  Mr. Wildrick started by offering his views on how the town government should work and what the roles of the town council members, the mayor, and the town manager are based on the Town Charter.

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