- Published: Thursday, 19 May 2016 12:02
- Posted by R. Michael Brown
More than 100 people heard 23 candidates talk about their qualifications at a Meet the Candidates forum sponsored by Palm Beach Civic Association.
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This year, the Raymond J. Kunkel Trustees honored five individual winners and one exceptional organization that have made significant impacts on Palm Beach.
>CIVIC ASSOCIATION MEET THE DIRECTORS LUNCHEON
Featured Speaker, Civic Association Director Ambassador Nancy Brinker
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The Gen. Alexander M. Haig Global Impact Award was presented to Leonard Lauder on
PALM BEACH, Fla. - It's no secret Tom Brokaw has been at the scene many political battles in our nation's history so he knows firsthand the importance of Super Tuesday.
NBC’s Tom Brokaw sits down with David Gregory on Meet the Press to discuss his travels along the famed route, often called the backbone of America.
While most everyone in the nation was focused on the Iowa Caucuses, the 100th Annual Caucus for the Town of Palm Beach was going on at the same time. No new candidates came forward or were nominated. The three incumbents were nominated and will be elected unopposed. The Civic Association Candidates Debate is cancelled and the Town is cancelling the election.
Caucus Chairman and Civic Association Chairman Emeritus
A capacity crowd of 200 guests attended the First Annual Civic Association Awards Luncheon on Monday at the Colony Hotel to hear “Meet the Press” moderator David Gregory. Stanley M. Rumbough Jr. and Lewis Schott received the William J. "Bill" Brooks Community Service Award and Nancy Brinker was presented with the General Alexander M. Haig Global Impact Award.