News April 2017

JOIN US FOR :
THE ACTIVE KILLER PRESENTATION
Our very own Phil Salm will present what we all
should know if faced with an active shooter situation along with an update from Chief Sean Beaker about the Stop the Bleed campaign kicking off on Palm Beach

THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 28TH
FROM 7:45 – 9:00AM
LOCATION:   SOCIETY OF THE FOUR ARTS/DIXON BUILDING
240 Cocoanut Row (Corner of Seaview/Cocoanut – parking/entrance in the rear)
DATE/TIME:      Friday, April 28th, 2016 – 7:45-9:30AM
PROGRAM:        ACTIVE KILLER PRESENTATION

ALSO:   Neighbors Helping Neighbors
Bring business cards and get to know other businesses,
shops and friends in the S County Road area

SPOT-LIGHT:       MANY THANKS TO OUR GRACIOUS HOST
The Society of the Four Arts and Dr David Breneman

 

RECENTLY HELD:  Tuesday, March 28, at 7:45 p.m.

The Greater South County Road Association’s Board of Directors, The American College of Surgeons Foundation, The Town of Palm Beach Fire Rescue and the Town of Palm Beach Police are honored to host Dr. Andrew Warshaw, MD. FACS, FRCEd (Hon), to present The American College of Surgeons “Stop the Bleed Project: The next generation after CPR and Heimlich Maneuver for the public to Impact saving lives.” This event is underwritten by Zmedica. It will take place at the Colony Hotel Pavilion. Seating is limited. For reservations, call Lindsey Hammond at 312-202-5139.

THANK YOU Paris Ceramics, Lisa Erdmann Associates, CeAnn’s Vieux, The Potted Plant, and Capehart Photography, and Fermando Wong Outdoor Living Design, for hosting our Small Bites at The Courtyard on January 26.

CoveragE: Palm Beach Daily News:

Tripping incidents along South County Road between Brazilian Avenue and Royal Palm Way triggered the Greater South County Road Association’s request for more tabby sidewalks. – Click to read more

The Greater South County Road Association has asked the town to extend plans for tabby concrete sidewalks in the Town Hall area- Click to read more

Update: GSCRA has asked the Town Council of Palm Beach to consider extending the range of the sidewalks from Chilean Avenue to Peruvian Avenue to the south, and from Brazilian Avenue to Royal Palm Way to the north. The council is conferring with DOT on what the financial responsibilities will be for the Town and business owners.

Spotlights

Truffies of Palm Beach

Truffies

Alan Kessler and Sue Ellen Clarfeld

Sue Ellen Clarfeld and Alan Kessler came to Palm Beach 30 years ago not knowing what a great community they would become a part of.  They offer printing while you wait as well as wedding, party, birth announcements etc … nothing on paper is out of reach at Truffies! 

They try to make it painless and fun so you’re excited about your event.  Plain ole ‘old fashion personal service’.  Stop in and visit Sue Ellen and Alan for all your invites, note card, place cards, business cards, gift ideas needs and so much more!  And say hello to Manny their adorable toy poodle aka official Truffies door greeter! Triffies is located at 350 S County Road with parking included. Phone: (561) 659-4429

 

whatchamacallits

WhatchAmacallit’s *For Kids*

Owner Cindy Cook just opened a truly fun store for kids at 308 S County Road.

IT’S A TOY STORE! 

They’ve got unique toys, books, puzzles, stuffed animals large and small and pretty much something for all ages! Stop in today for all your children gift needs and welcome Cindy and her staff to the neighborhood. If you’re looking for the unusual something special, email Cindy at whatchmacallitspb@gmail.com or call 561-619-4806.

 

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