Kirk Bell, hotel manager of The Breakers, and Peter Robbins, marketing manager at Florida Power & Light, have joined the board of trustees of The Arc of Palm Beach County.
The Arc of Palm Beach County has announced its spring schedule of events and programs, along with an inaugural event, The Arc of Palm Beach County Polo Day, and the return of its popular Art d’Arc mosaic sales at ArtiGras.
The Arc of Palm Beach County is excited to announce that it has been awarded $25,000 by The Honda Classic and Children’s Healthcare Charity to support the agency’s Potentials Charter School.
The Arc’s First Annual Family Dinner and Adult Open House, held at The Courim Center, was a rousing success! Clients from all of the agency’s adult programs were invited, along with their families, to attend this special evening filled with food, fun and facts.
Nearly 50 golfers enjoyed a beautiful South Florida afternoon at the exclusive Dye Preserve on May 6 as they helped to raise more than $62,000 for The Arc of Palm Beach County. This success was due, in no small part, to the opportunity for the golfers to play at this magnificent course for the third consecutive year.
The Arc of Palm Beach County’s Courim Center was overflowing with excitement and activity on March 7 as the agency hosted its annual Family Fun Day. More than 300 people were on hand for this open house and resource fair that provided entertainment for the kids; information booths and educational seminars for the adults; and food, fun and games for everyone.
The wait is almost over! On Sunday, February 22, more than 50 of the most intriguing men in Palm Beach County will take to a brand new tented runway on the green when The Arc's infamous WILD Pants Party kicks off Honda Classic Week at PGA National Resort.
Just when you thought it couldn't get any more exciting, The Arc of Palm Beach County's WILD Pants Party is taking the fun to a whole new level – and a new location – when The Honda Classic and The WILD Pants Party, join forces.
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The work The Arc of Palm Beach County does is felt in all corners of the community. Every year, we serve more than 2,800 families. Through our meaningful programs, we change lives every day.Read More