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Ay, yi, yi, yi….
Former president of the PPNA Jonathan Burgess was in attendance from his new home in Miami. “What a lovely day,” Burgess said. “And this is such a great outdoor venue.”
Current president Tom Conboy welcomed neighbors and friends to the event, where a raffle was in progress to win prizes donated from Dunkin Donuts, Subway, Uncle Bim’s Garden Center, Hall Hardware, the Palm Beach Zoo, Lion Country Safari, and, the grand prize, a one-night stay at Embassy Suites West Palm Beach Central, complete with a free happy hour and breakfast bar.
Event planner Lorie Kelley was working hard to have everything on the menu just right and ready for consumption. “I love the fiesta theme, and I enjoy finding and cooking recipes that will bring the culture to life,” Kelley said. Kelley is an experienced planner, since she does this sort of thing for a living. “It’s exhausting; my favorite part of the event is when my work is done and I can actually relax and enjoy the night,” Kelley said.
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Poinciana Park is located in heart of the City of West Palm Beach, Florida-- just one mile from downtown, one mile from the ocean, and one mile from Palm Beach International Airport! Our neighborhood contains 260 homes and is bound by Belvedere Road to the North, Parker Avenue to the East, Hampton Road to the South and Interstate 95 to the West.
Established in 2000, our Neighborhood Association includes residents from three historic neighborhoods: Mackle Park, Willa Park and Morningside Park. Seventy percent of our homes are homesteaded and the vast majority are over 50 years old, with several homes built in the 1920s. We offer a variety of architectural styles and a strong diversity of residents, with close proximity to a number of restaurants, retail shops, schools, places of worship, and public parks.
We invite you to view our website and contact us if you have any questions or want to learn more about our neighborhood and how to get involved.