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  Poinciana Park Neighborhood Association says   A – L – O – H – A !
  Click to see pictures from our recent luau
  On Saturday, October 12,  the area that is known as Poinciana Park –  bordering Belvedere Road
on the north,  Hampton Road on the south, and Parker Ave. on the east – went South Sea
sensational, a luau beyond the 86 people who RSVP’d’s wildest dreams!!!

The first stop on our luau’s journey was the appetizer house, hosted by Sonda and Joe Rocchio. 
Sonda had an “Aloha” sign made to welcome her guests, who feasted on delicious appetizers
with succulent sauces.

Greeted by president Tom Conboy and past president Jon Burgess, guests enjoyed meeting their
neighbors and catching up with each others’  summer activities.

Moving on, guests walked one block over to Andrews Road to the Yoakley house, hosted by
John and Mary Yoakley Inglis. Serious entrees were in the making, and neighbors enjoyed
wonderful pork and chicken dishes with rice sides while they casually watched the
sun set slowly in the sky.

But the fun was just beginning. Two doors to the east, at Claire and Rob Schroetenboard’s  new
home, awaited fiery delights, and not just dessert. All were treated to a Polynesian show,
complete with dancing girls and fire eating native dancers. Young and old alike were 
captivated by the spectacular performance that accompanied our final stop of the evening.

If you missed this fantastic performance and feast, don’t worry. Poinciana Park’s board is working
hard to keep our neighborhood cohesive and active in the months to come. 

Stay tuned to www.poincianaparkwpb.com!

And  A – L – O – H – A, one and all!!!

Welcome to our Neighborhood!

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.