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Welcome to the Season

Welcome to the Season

By Susan Keenan
Civic Association Vice President Membership and Marketing.
                            
The first frost may herald the approach of winter elsewhere, but here on the island, as the thermometer drops from balmy to blissful, the forecast calls for a flurry of activities rather than snow.  Instead of bulky sweaters, sleeveless cocktail dresses are on display in shop windows. As the days grow shorter, the excitement builds.  A calendar full of events is taking shape.  Musicians are being booked, speakers are being engaged and soon, champagne will be on ice.

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Great Time at Palm Beach National Night Out Against Crime

Palm Beach National Night Out Against Crime

The Palm Beach National Night Out Against Crime was held at the St. Edwards Parish Hall. Public Safety Police Officers, Fire-Rescue and civilian teams were there to explain what they do and how they do it using the equipment on display.

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Michael Reiman Honored with Kunkel Award for Heroism at Civic Association Annual Meeting

Michael Reiman Honored with Kunkel Award

On the morning of October 3, 2014, Jeremy Holland, the property manager of The President condominium in the Town of Palm Beach, was shot in the head by an alleged disgruntled former employee.  A resident of the condominium, Michael Reiman, took immediate action to render first aid to Mr. Holland.  Mr. Reiman is credited by Town of Palm Beach Fire Rescue with saving Mr. Holland’s life.

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Palm Beach Civic Association 2015 President’s Report

Palm Beach Civic Association 2015 President’s Report

By: Ned Barnes -- April 20, 2015

The Civic Association plays a major role in protecting Palm Beach.  Our community is a better place because our members care deeply and give generously of themselves. 

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Easy Online Registration for Civic Association Events

Easy Online Registration for Civic Association Events

The Civic Association's new website makes it easy to register online for events. It's a quick two-step process.  First you create a Civic Association web account, then login and register for events.

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