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  • What’s Happening at Mounts Botanical Garden


    Friends of the Mounts Botanical Garden will be hosting the following fun and informative horticultural events in October. Exotic Plant & Orchid Sale and Indoor Arts & Craft Show Saturday, October 7, 9 am to 4 pm and Sunday, October 8, 9 am to 3 pm Free for members and children 12 and under; $10 fo...

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  • Featured Pets


    The animals listed below are currently available for adoption today at Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control, 7100 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach. Please call 561-233-1272 for additional information or visit www.pbcgov.com/snap for a current listing of adoptable pets....

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  • Disaster Recovery Center Opens in Boynton Beach


    The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is now operating a Disaster Recovery Center in Palm Beach County to assist Floridians recovering from Hurricane Irma. Representatives from multiple government agencies will be available at the center to answer questions and help Floridians apply for as...

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  • Cooperative Extension Hosting Smart Couples “ELEVATE: Taking Your Relationship to the Next Level” Class


    The Palm Beach County Cooperative Extension-UF/IFAS is offering a five-part workshop on relationships titled "ELEVATE: Taking Your Relationship to the Next Level." This free course is designed for couples who are married, dating, cohabiting, or engaged....

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  • Caring Community Coalition for Disaster Relief


    In order to lead an organized and effective response effort in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, and to address the unmet recovery needs of individuals and families in Palm Beach County, the Caring Community Coalition for Disaster Relief has been created. The coalition will host centers across the ...

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  • Cooperative Extension Holding “After Irma: Restoring Trees and Preventing Future Damage” Seminars October 14 & 17


    Hurricane Irma cut a large swath through Palm Beach County, leaving uprooted or torn and tattered trees in its wake. Sadly, residents could have prevented some of this damage…if they had planted more wind-resilient species and recognized the seven defects that increase the likelihood of tree failur...

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  • Saving Trees Blown Down by Irma


    Hurricane Irma's winds blew down canopy trees throughout South Florida. Most small or recently planted trees pushed down by the storm can be put back into an upright position and staked. Repositioned trees should be watered regularly to have a better chance of developing proper root structure to ke...

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