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from the publisher Here I am again asking myself, “Where did the year go?” I’m trying to prepare for the holidays, but, as organized as I am, they always seem to come too quickly. And, as much as I love being involved with family and community, it doesn’t help that my October calendar is filling up fast.
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David’s stepfather is turning 80, so we will be attending a family reunion in Orlando. As ambassadors, we’ll be participating in a number of events for the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce. Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, I have been invited to a fundraising luncheon. As a community sponsor with the Town of Jupiter, David and I will have a booth at their Fall Fest. Next up is our nephew’s wedding in Virginia.
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A Woman for All Two Seasons By Darla Parris Smallwood
“I only need two seasons: spring and summer,” says Rosie Matthews. That’s the short version of how she landed in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. But for those of you who like details, there’s a bit more to the story: Rosie is the daughter of a Spanish mother and an American father whose serendipitous meeting, surprising love story and ongoing 49-year marriage is a story in itself. Born in the United States, Rosie moved to southern Spain with her parents when she was just five months old. She grew up in the town of El Puerto de Santa Maria. In 1991 Rosie moved to the United States to attend Florida State University. After earning her degree in social science (with a minor in Spanish, in which she’s fluent), she moved to 8
Atlanta, Georgia, where, for a total of 11 years, she worked in technical writing/project management, payroll sales, and, finally, pharmaceutical sales. However, having grown up surrounded by Spain’s beautiful beaches, Rosie was never a big fan of Atlanta’s land-locked life. “And I wanted to be someplace that has year-round warm weather,” she explains. So in 2006, Rosie headed to South Florida. Other significant changes would accompany her geographical one. With the birth of her daughter Cristina (now 10), Rosie became a stay-at-home mom. Rosie’s son, Gavin, was born two years later. When Rosie began thinking of returning to work, she
was drawn to real estate. She’d long been interested in that career, but the idea of earning only commission was daunting. Now that she was a stay-at-home mom earning no wages at all, she felt freer to give real estate a try.
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like that I’m still in sales without having to push a particular product. It’s as if I get to take people on a fun treasure hunt for the house they want and then use my bargain-hunting and negotiation skills to help them get it…I enjoy working with sellers too, but there’s something special about helping people find their perfect home,” Rosie explains. And speaking of perfect homes… Rosie seems to have found hers in Evergrene. She and her boyfriend Barry Heisler, a personal injury attorney, bought the house together two years ago. Rosie’s ex-husband also lives Evergrene, and Rosie’s move from Abacoa was partly precipitated by her desire for her children to be closer to their dad. As it turns out, the move has been great for the whole family. Her children have many neighborhood friends to play with, says Rosie, and, since the community is gated, they do so in a safe environment. “The parents here work together and watch out for each other’s children. Cristina and Gavin can ride their bikes and run around and play outside the way I did as a child.” Rosie has plenty of her own neighborhood friends. “I have met so many people in just two years. I enjoy hanging out at the pool and the clubhouse and socializing. There’s such a sense of community here.” When she isn’t working with clients or taking advantage of the many amenities afforded by life at Evergrene, you’ll likely find Rosie volunteering at her children’s school, Marsh Pointe Elementary (where she serves as both a fifth and third grade “room mom”) or at one of their sporting
events. Cristina plays volleyball and has joined her first travel team this season. Gavin, a former flag football player, is just starting soccer. Rosie also finds time to exercise every day, and likes attending concerts, frequenting outdoor restaurants, and traveling with her children. They take an annual trip to Spain, where Rosie’s parents still live, as well as a few “small U.S. trips,” including visits to Rosie’s sister in Atlanta. So what’s on Rosie’s busy agenda for this fall? With school back in full swing for Cristina and Gavin and the usual uptick in her work during this season, life will be all about her clients and her kids, says Rosie, sounding pretty happy and excited about both. As for the fact that the South Florida fall is more like springtime? Well, that just puts the icing on an alreadydelicious cake. ————————————————————————————————————— Do you have a story to share, or do you know a neighbor who does? Volunteer, or nominate your neighbor to be featured in an upcoming issue! Contact dsmallwood@ bestversionmedia.com.
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Insurance companies offer discounts based on a home’s level of wind resistance. A wind mitigation inspection by a licensed inspector is used to determine whether specific protective reinforcements are in place. The mitigation report usually pays for itself, with prices ranging from $70-125. The inspector evaluates the following construction features: Roof Age: If your roof was replaced on or after March of 2002, it most likely is eligible for the Florida Building Code of 2001 credit. This code requires contractors to use improved construction techniques, thus making roofs sounder. Roof Covering: The key factor in roof covering performance is the method of attachment of the roof covering to the roof deck. Roof Deck Material & Attachments: The performance of the roof deck is of critical importance in keeping hurricane losses to a minimum. Nail size, type, spacing, and penetration depth into the truss or rafters determines the uplift resistance of the deck. Roof-to-Wall: This is another critical connection that keeps the roof on the building and acts to transfer the uplift loads into the vertical walls. Due to the large negative pressures acting on the roof, this connection is KEY to the performance of the building. Secondary Water Resistance: Material applied to the roof covering to prevent water from intruding into the structure when the roof covering fails. Roof coverings often begin to peel off in peak wind gusts ranging from 70 to 100 mph. Roof Shape: Some roof slopes and configurations perform better than others. Moderate roof slopes tend NOT to uplift the roof and push the building sideways. Hip roofs provide greater stability during high winds regardless of which direction the wind blows. Opening Protection: Windows, doors, sliding glass doors, skylights, and garage doors are vulnerable to windborne debris impacts in hurricanes and other windstorms. An inspector looks for glazed (glass) openings with specific ratings and or shutters protecting them. Feel free to call us if you need additional information about obtaining a wind mitigation report for your home. (Information for this article was provided by Sihle Insurance Group.)
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Doing the right thing. It’s important to Andrew Goldberg – as a devoted father of three, and as a trusted financial advisor at Govic Capital. There’s nothing he’s more proud of, says Andrew, than his three daughters, ages 16, 14 and six. “Sometimes when you’re busy raising kids and working, you forget what fun is, but my little one reminds me every day.” Andrew spends as much time as possible with her, visiting local parks and beaches and simply enjoying activities. However, being in “good dad mode” isn’t all fun and games, especially when you have one child with special needs. So, as much as Andrew cherishes the more lighthearted moments, he tackles the daily responsibilities too, including making time to volunteer at his youngest daughter’s school. It comes as little surprise that in his work, Andrew takes a similar approach, relishing the interaction with his clients, while also working hard to address their individual situations and needs. With a law degree and two insurance designations (Licensed Long Term Care Professional, LTCP; and Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow, LUTCF), plus 18 years’ experience as a financial advisor, Andrew is well-versed in finding just the right investments and financial solutions for each client. “You may already have someone giving you financial advice,” Andrew says. “Maybe it’s a CPA or a tax
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I know it’s hard to tell sometimes in South Florida, but the arrival of holiday décor in our local shops and supermarkets means we are officially in the fall season. Perhaps there’s no better time than now to touch on one of the biggest dangers to the senior population: the risk of fall-ing. That first fall to the ground may be abrupt and seemingly out of nowhere. “Mom had a little mishap yesterday,” I’ll hear people say. Or a usually independent, mobile gentlemen will proclaim, “It’s the darndest thing, I just lost my footing and tripped all of a sudden.” It’s actually no surprise when someone not prone to ambulation issues suddenly just loses his/her footing or balance. As we age, our mobility starts to decrease slowly. Although diseases like Parkinson’s or multiple sclerosis can be an expedient to decreased independent ambulation, we typically do not notice gradual changes in ourselves or loved ones whom we see regularly. That being said, it is important for seniors and those caring for them to implement a system of checks and balances when it comes to mobility within the home and in
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Here in Florida there are three general types of pool pumps from which you can choose. Here’s a brief overview of the pros and cons of each type: Single-Speed Pool Pumps • Highest operational costs • Lowest upfront costs • Operate at a single speed of 3450 RPM • Operate at a single horsepower ranging from ¾ HP to 3HP • Account for 75% of the pool pumps in the USA Dual-Speed Pool Pumps • Lower operational costs (contribute to significant cost savings) • Higher upfront costs than single-speed pumps • Operate at 2 speeds • Operate at 2 different HPs • Quiet at low speed • Difficult to fine tune flow rates • Additional controller or timer may be needed Variable-Speed Pool Pumps • Lowest operational costs
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SAT., OCTOBER 14, 2017 MAKING STRIDES AGAINST BREAST CANCER WALK Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks unite communities behind the American Cancer Society's efforts to save lives from breast cancer. @Meyer Amphitheater, 104 Datura St., West Palm Beach Registration: 7:30am
Survivors and caregivers check-in/registration 7:30am The survivor area is a special area for survivors and the caregivers attending with them. We include both survivors and caregivers to make sure everyone is as comfortable as possible. You'll find important information about American Cancer Society programs and services geared specifically for you.
Opening Ceremony 8am
Come together with survivors, caregivers, men and women from all walks of life who are passionate about saving lives from breast cancer. Celebrate your shared efforts. Inspire each other to carry on and take comfort in the knowledge that because of your dedication, no one walks alone.
We all walk together, but our event is not a race. Stop whenever you want or need to. You absolutely do not need to complete the entire walk if you are unable. Upon finishing the walk, please join us for entertainment and water. The walk concludes when the final walker crosses the finish line.
To learn more about the Making Strides of Palm Beach or for other information, call us toll free at 1.800.227.2345. We're available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can also contact your local American Cancer Society office Monday through Friday during standard business hours.
Walk 9am Be sure that your team is ready to go at least 15 minutes before your designated start time.
Entertainment Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events raise money for an important cause, but that doesn't mean they aren't fun. Don't miss the entertainment!
American Cancer Society Attn: Making Strides of Palm Beach 621 Clearwater Park Rd West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561.650.0135 firstname.lastname@example.org www.makingstrideswalk.org/ palmbeachfl.
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Six Tips for Planning a Successful Event By James M. Gelfand, General Manager, PGA National Members Club
Creating a successful event can be nervewracking. Following these six helpful tips and the process will go more smoothly and more successfully than you could ever imagine. 1. Create a checklist to provide a step-by-step guide to organizing and executing a special event. 2. Establish a budget which includes expenses such as printing, entertainment, speakers, food, and any venue rental fees. Be sure to allow for unexpected expenses. 3. Schedule facilities, and remember to consider room capacity, whether you’re having an in/outdoor event and how many tables and chairs will be necessary for guests. 4. Have plenty of food and drinks. Decide whether you will serve lunch,
dinner, or reception food, and be sure you have proper head counts to accommodate all your guests. 5. Publicity/marketing are keys to a successful event. Determine who you want to attend and then target your advertising accordingly. Consider supplementing paid advertising with inexpensive fliers, handouts, email messages, and word-of-mouth. 6. Book a speaker/entertainer. Make sure the entertainment or speaker is aligned with the theme and the talent is someone who will keep the audience engaged. Consider cost as well. Regardless of the type of event you’re planning, make sure it’s meaningful and celebrates your company in a uniquely positive way. The PGA National Members Club can accommodate up to 150 guests while affording one of the best views in all of Palm Beach Gardens. The venue overlooks sweeping vistas, lakes with
fountains, and the famed Champion Golf Course, home of the PGA TOUR Honda Classic. Choose from a variety of packages ranging from traditional buffets to casual cocktail mixers. Book by October 1, 2017, with a minimum of 20 guests, to receive an early booking bonus, including your choice of complimentary chef’s selection of three passed hors d’oeuvres, or complimentary chocolate fountain dessert station, or complimentary chef’s selection of three passed desserts. Plus one lucky event host wins a Summer Social Preview Membership from our random drawing! To learn more about why the Members Club at PGA National is a great place to host your special occasion and allow us to walk you through all the steps of planning a successful event, contact Kristen Balfour, Members Club Catering Manager, by calling 561.227.2693 or email email@example.com. ■
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• Unless otherwise indicated, RSVP to 561.747.8380 x101. • Unless otherwise indicated, all events are at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, 500 Captain Armour’s Way. • Visit www. jupiterlighthouse.org for detailed information. • Children must be at least 48” tall and accompanied by an adult to climb the tower. Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Twilight Yoga at the Light Experience the serenity of yoga with Mary Veal, Kula Yoga Shala, on the Lighthouse Deck at sunset. All-levels class; beginners welcomed and encouraged. Bring a yoga mat and a flashlight. Time: 6-7pm (Classes weather-dependent and time varies by sunset. Check website for updates. Meet at museum 10 mins. before start time. Classes approx. 75 mins.)
Cost: Offered by donation Oct.3 Lighthouse Story Time & Crafts for Kids Join us under the Lighthouse Seminole Chickee Hut for story time and craft activity about lighthouse keepers, Florida history and people, and local plants and animals. Ideal for children ages 8 and under. Please bring a small beach/picnic mat for your child. Meet in West Hall in case of rain. Time: 10:30-11:15am (runs approx. 45 mins.) – arrive 10 mins. early for check-in; no admission after 10:40am Cost: FREE, but space limited; must RSVP by Fri. before program date Oct. 4 Lighthouse Book Club Join museum staff in book discussions on all things Florida. Meets the first Wed. of every month in the café. Check web calendar for book reading schedule. Time: 6-7pm
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Cost: FREE; donation suggested; must RSVP Oct. 7 Hike through History Historian Josh Liller leads a 2-mile trek through 120acre Jupiter Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area. Open to adults and children (minimum age 5; 13 and under must be accompanied by someone at least 18 years old). Clothing/ Supplies: hiker’s footwear, active wear, a hat, and a full water bottle or canteen. Weather-dependent. Meet at museum’s flag pole. Time: 8:30-10:30am Cost: FREE, but space limited; must RSVP Oct. 10 History of Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Historian Josh Liller discusses the 150+years of Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse history and operations. @ Lake Park Library, 529 Park Ave., Lake Park, FL 33403 Time: 6pm Cost: FREE Oct. 15 Members Event: Sunset Tour Enjoy spectacular views and witness the Jupiter Light turning on to illuminate the night sky. Time: 6:15pm (weatherdependent; approx. 75 mins) Cost: FREE; limited to
those with current valid membership; limited space – “first come” basis; RSVP online at calendar or email firstname.lastname@example.org Oct. 18 Lighthouse Sunset Tour Enjoy spectacular views and witness the Jupiter Light turning on to illuminate the night sky. Time: 6pm (weatherdependent; approx. 75 mins.) Cost: $15 members; $20 non-members; must RSVP Oct. 28 Jupiter Inlet Veterans Family Fishing Classic FishingCommunity.org, in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management and Loxahatchee River Historical Society, holds its second annual family fishing classic for wounded, injured and ill veterans from all campaigns. Time: 9am-2pm Cost: FREE for vets and their families; registration only through partner’s website: http://fco.ketrick.org//fl/ jionaclasses Additional info: Bureau of Land Management 561.295.5955 FishingCommunity.org 703.508.0065 Wounded Warriors invited and volunteers needed! See more and sign up: www. fishingcommunity.org/fl/ ji2017
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KOKO FitClub Partners with AHA; Promotes Women’s Cardiovascular Health By Tim Stergiou-Allen
Wednesday, August 23, 2017 was the first day of the rest of their lives for 10 lucky women selected to participate in the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women® BetterU program. The BetterU program challenges women to transform their overall heart health by embracing a lifestyle change, and to inspire the community to do the same. Koko FitClub of Abacoa Plaza in Jupiter teamed up with the AHA to provide the tools, resources, and education necessary to help make it all happen. “Being an active supporter of the Go Red for Women™ campaign for the American Heart Association is a true pleasure for me,” said Pattie Light, owner of Koko FitClub, speaking at the August launch event. “I am particularly passionate about the BetterU Challenge and the opportunity to work with the amazing women who have chosen to change their lifestyles for a healthier self. Because women are caregivers to so many and in such critical ways, it’s important that we are never, ever at the bottom of the list,” she added.
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Debra Larsson, who took part in the previous year’s challenge, also spoke at the event, offering support for this year’s participants: “My husband is why I got involved with BetterU and Go Red For Women. As a stroke survivor, he has taught me to take an active role in my own well-being and to lead a healthier life, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Everyone has their own reason why they want to do this challenge and it’s amazing these ten women have taken this challenge to showcase their efforts and to lead by example in the local community.” Focusing on lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, knowing your family history, being an advocate for your own health and scheduling regular wellwoman visits, losing weight and eating healthier are some of the many important ways to reduce one’s risk of developing heart disease. Heart disease is the #1 killer of women, yet 80% of all cardiovascular events may be prevented. The Go Red For Women™ movement empowers women to take charge of their heart health; the BetterU campaign gives women the tools to make the positive change to help them be among that 80%. About the American Heart Association The American Heart Association is devoted to saving people from heart disease and stroke, America’s No. 1 and No. 5 killers. They team with millions of volunteers to fund innovative research, fight for stronger public health policies, and provide lifesaving tools and information to prevent and treat these diseases. The Dallas-based association is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. To learn more or to get involved, call 1.800.AHA.USA1, visit www.heart.org or call any of their offices around the country.
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More and more frequently, clients come into our office and blame their back pain on a lack of core strength. While traditional core training certainly can and does help, it’s only one piece of the puzzle. One way I like to give people a visual is to have them think of a soda can. The same way a functional person’s shoulders and hips are square with one another, the bottom and top of the can are parallel with each other. Both the functional person and an intact can are capable of holding a significant amount of weight. If the can were dented, so that the bottom and top were no longer parallel, the can would crumble under a fraction of the load. The same holds true for the body. If the shoulders and hips are not square with each other, the spine doesn’t have a chance. Following the traditional core training logic, the solution
would be to focus on strengthening the abdominal and lower back muscles. In the soda can analogy, that’s the equivalent of wrapping a few more layers of aluminum around the can. However, it will take a lot of aluminum to make the can as strong as it would be if you just popped the dent out and restored the can to a functional position. The same holds true for the body. If the shoulders and hips are not square and parallel to each other, then the spine and core are compromised. The fastest way to strengthen the body is to restore the balance between the shoulders and the hips. As my mentor Pete Egoscue would say, “Straighten and then strengthen.” The true core of the body is the entire torso and all the muscles that attach to the pelvis, spine, ribs, and shoulder blades. Get real benefits like moving easier and being able to take a deeper breath by addressing all the right muscles. For more information, call 561.202.6741 or visit www. egoscue.com.
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National Night Out Provided by PBG Police Foundation
The Palm Beach Gardens Police Foundation, in partnership with the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department, is proud to announce sponsorship of National Night Out – America’s Night Out Against Crime. From 6pm until 9pm on Friday, Oct. 6, the Palm Beach Gardens Municipal Complex will come alive with food, music, exhibitions and demonstrations of police K9’s, Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) and a hands-on Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) experience (with prizes). The event will include exhibits from a number of organizations, including the following: • • • • • •
Trauma Hawk from Palm Beach County Fire Rescue* Palm Beach Gardens Fire Department Florida Highway Patrol U.S. Marshals Service Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
*The Trauma Hawk Air Ambulance will land at the event site and be available for inspection by those in attendance. The event is FREE. Bring the whole family, but please do leave pets at home. Pets are not allowed in city parks. Enjoy face-painting for children, funnel cakes, cotton
candy, popcorn, a food truck, and even a golf demonstration area provided by folks at The Honda Classic. This year’s new Touch-A-Truck area features lots of big heavy equipment from FPL, Solid Waste Authority, and PBG Public Works. And, of course, fire trucks and SWAT vehicles will be on hand too! The event will also feature live animals from Busch Wildlife Sanctuary! The overall objective of the event is to “give crime a going-away party” and send the message that Palm Beach Gardens is dedicated to building a stronger, safer city. National Night Out is part of a larger community-wide outreach program sponsored by the Police Foundation to heighten crime prevention awareness, generate support for local anti-crime programs and strengthen the police-community partnership. The Police Foundation recognizes the importance of strong neighborhoods to a city, as well as the effectiveness of addressing safety issues at the neighborhood level. Events like this one reinforce the relationship between the police and the community and build upon the hand-in-hand partnership so vital to lowering crime rates. Questions about National Night Out should be directed to Sergeant Geoff Soule of the Community Involvement Unit. He can be reached at 561.578.2750 or at email@example.com.
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Residents Wanted Everybody has a story, and sometimes the most interesting ones come from people who don’t think they have much to tell. From work and community involvement, to hobbies, travel and other interests, the self-perceived “ordinary” things that make you distinctively you, are often, in others’ eyes, quite extraordinary. Our magazine enjoys helping bring neighbors together and fostering a closerknit community by featuring residents of all ages, backgrounds, and interests. No one has to have rescued puppies from a burning building or bungeejumped off the Empire State Building to be featured (though if you have, we definitely
need to get you on an upcoming cover). We believe in the simple power of connections, of people getting to each other one resident or family at time. Help us tell the stories of those who make this community a great place to live, work, and raise a family. Volunteer to share your story, or nominate another resident or family to be highlighted. Whether it’s the proverbial new kid on the block or the long-timer who’s watched the community grow from the ground up, the neighbor who started the book or bridge club, or the mastermind behind that new beer tasting or belly dancing group – a wealth of stories beg to be told! Send self-nominations or nominations, complete with the following information, to dsmallwood@bestversionmedia. com. • Nominee’s name • Nominee’s phone and/or email contact • Nominee’s neighborhood of residence • BRIEF summary of reason behind nomination • If nominating someone else, whether you’ve already spoken with him/her about the nomination (It helps if you do so.)
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Don’t Miss the Season’s Wildest Party Provided by The Arc of Palm Beach County
Fri., Oct. 20 The Wild Pants Party Join us for the wildest night of the season at The Wild Pants Party. Enjoy specialty cocktails and heavy hors d’oeuvres as 35 of the Palm Beaches’ finest gentlemen take the catwalk by storm. Who will be named The King of Wild Pants 2017? The top model who raises the most money for children and adults with developmental disabilities will be crowned on the runway. Interested in sponsorship opportunities? Contact Brie Sidman at 561.842.3213 or firstname.lastname@example.org. @The Gardens Mall | Time: 6-9pm Who We Are: In the mid-1950s, a small group of community volunteers teamed up to advocate for the rights and needs of Palm Beach County citizens with intellectual disabilities. The volunteers, many of whom are parents of children with disabilities, envisioned the creation of local community-based programs to educate and help their children lead productive
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co mm u n i t y n e ws THE ROTARY CLUB OF JUPITER-TEQUESTA
Juno Beach Craft Festival Provided by the Rotary Club of Jupiter-Tequesta
SAVE THE DATE! SATURDAY & SUNDAY November 11th & 12th, 2017 16th Annual Juno Beach Craft Festival on the Ocean
@14200 US 1 in Juno Beach | Time: 10am-5pm | Cost: FREE Over 100 crafters from Florida and neighboring states will display a variety of paintings, jewelry and clothing items, chimes, pottery, sculptures and photography just in time for holiday shopping. The event also features a garden and gourmet section, musical entertainment, food/refreshments. Last year, more than 20,000 people enjoyed this event!
Sponsorship opportunities are available for this event. Event sponsors will receive recognition in all Rotary Club Craft Festival advertising (name or logo), signage at the event and the opportunity to have your product or service information sheet distributed at the Rotary booth, all for a $200 investment. Help support this important Rotary event that provides funds for many local community outreach projects. Please make your check payable to The Rotary Club of Jupiter-Tequesta. For more information, call 561.762.1945 or e-mail Marianne Kollmer email@example.com
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