The Chamber’s Foundation Student Leadership Award Program aims to encourage, recognize and reward selected area High School seniors who have demonstrated leadership potential through a combination of academic excellence, community service, and extra-curricular activities. The Foundation recognizes students at the Annual Education Awards membership breakfast. Awards are derived from the income of
Central Gardens Grand is an upscale high-end rental community in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. The superb location is near the corner of Central Blvd. and Hood Rd. north of PGA Blvd. and south of Donald Ross. There are one, two and three bedroom apartments with elevator access to all floors.
The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Executive Meetings Center Palm Beach Gardens has completed a $5 Million dollar hotel rejuvenation project. The guest rooms have a fresh, new, nautical look and the meetings spaces also flaunt contemporary transformations. This hotel has 280 guest rooms that feature mini-fridges, microwaves, walk-out balconies
Feeling truly well is a gift—and everyone should be able to achieve it. We’re here to empower you and your family to unlock all the benefits of cannabis with the safest, highest quality products and a welcoming experience that’s designed to help you feel your best.
Five Palm Beach County hospitals received an A safety grade from The Leapfrog Group, a nonprofit organization that calls itself a “watchdog” for health care buyers. Of the 14 graded Palm Beach County hospitals, the following hospitals received an A: Jupiter Medical Center; Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center; Palms West
VentureX Palm Beach Gardens is a shared workspace that’s perfect for solopreneurs to established businesses to Fortune 500 companies – and everyone in between. Our welcoming, industrial loft space features high exposed ceilings and plenty of windows to bring light to your work space. Our location includes a wrap-around outdoor
Former Rep. David Jolly and former Rep. Patrick Murphy are touring the country for important discussions on Washington’s gridlock. Both say it is in need of repair and reform. The political conversation took place on Nov. 14 during the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce meeting and was moderated by WPBF
PALM BEACH NORTH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (PBNCC) HOSTS FORMER CONGRESSMEN DAVID JOLLY AND PATRICK MURPHY
At 7:15 AM on Wednesday, November 14 the PBNCC will host its monthly Business Before Hours at the Palm Beach Gardens Marriott. Members, made up of business and community leaders, as well as elected officials and interested guests, will be treated to a moderated bipartisan dialogue which has up until now been the purview of academia and town halls. The keynote speakers, former Congressmen Jolly and Murphy will present “Why gridlock rules Washington and how we can solve this crisis” to an audience eager to hear their views on how to bring civility back to bipartisan dialogue.