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Emergency Pet Rescue Stickers to Protect Your Animals

Emergency Pet Rescue Stickers to Protect Your Animals

The Palm Beach Civic Association is happy to provide Town of Palm Beach residents with this complimentary decal designed to save your pet’s life in an emergency.  We invite you to display this sticker in your front window to alert emergency responders that your pet(s) may be inside.

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Civic Association Membership Cards are in the Mail

Civic Association Membership Cards are in the Mail

By: Susan Keenan, Vice President Marketing and Membership

Something NEW for you as a member of the Palm Beach Civic Association.  The Civic Association Membership Card entitles you to special savings from our participating corporate members.

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Susan G. Komen Perfect Pink Party Raises Money for Breast Cancer Research

Susan G. Komen Perfect Pink Party

The Mar-a-Lago Club on Palm Beach was awash in pink as hundreds of guests raised more than $1.35 million for breast cancer research at the Perfect Pink Party. Civic Association Director Nancy Brinker, the Founder of Susan G. Komen Foundation, addressed the crowd and explained the ongoing efforts of the organization.

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Civic Association Major Donor Reception a Great Success!

Civic Association Major Donor Reception

Bob Wright, Chairman and CEO of the Civic Association, and his wife Suzanne opened their home for a reception honoring our major donors. Over 100 contributors, directors, and corporate sponsors attended on a perfect Palm Beach evening overlooking the Intracoastal.

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Civic Association Directors in the News: James Patterson

James Patterson

James Patterson is on a mission to make books matter

"There's no evidence at this stage that the great books in our culture can be produced through the Internet right now," says bestselling writer James Patterson.

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When Justice O’Connor Speaks Everyone Listens

Associate Justice Sandra Day O’Connor

By: Dian Vujovich, Civic Association Contributing Editor

The line began forming outside The Esther B. O’Keeffe Gallery Building more than an hour before retired Associate Justice Sandra Day O’Connor was scheduled to speak. A line with hundreds of people, all patiently awaiting an opportunity to see and hear America’s first female Supreme Court Justice.

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