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As two of the county’s most venerable and widely respected organizations, both the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce and The Palm Beach Post take to heart their responsibility to better the community in any way it can. Especially when it comes to helping out the less fortunate. That’s why,

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Jupiter Medical Center – Advancing Health and Wellness in Palm Beach County with Highest Patient Safety Marks Jupiter Medical Center once again received an “A” grade from The Leapfrog Group for its continued commitment to upholding the highest levels of safety for patients. The Leapfrog Group, a nonprofit organization committed

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The Jupiter Medical Center Loggerhead Triathlon produced by the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce is one of the longest enduring triathlons in the state of Florida. Dating back to 1985, triathletes have made the trip to Jupiter year after year to enjoy the magnificent oceanside setting, the family-friendly atmosphere, and

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Beth Kigel (PBN Chamber), Adam Herold (Kickstartists), and Jan Cairnes (Hanley Foundation - YEA! Presenting Sponsor)
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Last week, the PBN Chamber Foundation hosted the annual Young Entrepreneur’s Academy (YEA!) Investor Panel at FAU’s Jupiter Campus. This event showcased the 10 startup business the YEA! class of 2016-2017 has been  working on since October. Students took the stage in a “shark tank” style format, and pitched their businesses

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The Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce has established the Student Leadership Award Program to encourage, recognize and reward selected area High School seniors who have demonstrated strong leadership potential through a combination of scholastic excellence, community service, and extra-curricular activities. The Chamber recognizes these students at the Annual Education

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Rich Tracht, Howard Alan, John Couris, Kelly Tracht, Christopher Donolfo, Beth Kigel, and Ruben Cruz at the Poster Unveiling Event on March 1, 2017 at Kelly Tracht's Gallery |  Photo Credit: David R. Randell Photographics
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The Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center Art Fest by the Sea is proud to announce painter Kelly Tracht from Jupiter, Fla., has been selected as this year’s commemorative artist poster artist. Tracht’s piece, title Pastel Palms will be featured during the festival March 11 and 12 in Juno Beach. “Pastel

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A First in Cancer Care: IBM Watson Will Help Oncologists at Jupiter Medical Center Watson, the cognitive computing system that beat the best players on the game show Jeopardy in 2011, is now being used to make decisions about how to treat cancer patients in our community. Jupiter Medical Center

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Help make Juno Beach’s favorite art festival a success! We rely heavily on our volunteers to make the Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center Art Fest by the Sea run smoothly. There are various roles and shifts available throughout the 2-day event taking place on March 11 & 12, 3017. Volunteer hours are

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Philippe Jeck, Honorary Chair of ArtiGras, Best of Show winner Michael Paul Cole, Beth Kigel, President & CEO of the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce, and Severe Weather Expert at WPBF Mike Lyons.
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The warm temperatures and sunny skies over the holiday weekend brought in record crowds to this year’s ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival, the premier fine arts festival of Palm Beaches. Produced by the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce and presented by Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, the 32nd edition of

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"In the 1950s, Pratt & Whitney came to Jupiter, opening the Florida Research and Development Center."
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Palm Beach North: The brand-building tradition continues Throughout its illustrious history, the northern region of Palm Beach County has been home to some of the world’s most iconic brands – ones whose backgrounds and values were conveyed by the simple mention of their names. If you were an “early settler”

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