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We've already had our first tropical storm Colin and although we didn't suffer a direct hit, you've all felt the effects of rain and blustery winds.  Now's the time to get ready for the hurricane season, and since we've been lucky enough to avoid any storms for the last ten years, that doesn't mean Mother Nature will give us a pass again.  Being prepared is the only way to deal with tropical storms, unless you'd want to leave this paradise and go somewhere up north!

You can get good information on what to do to cover all your family's needs by checking out this hurricane preparation list.  Do it today!

And when you're done get out and enjoy your summer,


Kathy Palmer



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This beautiful home could be your family compound or simply a private getaway from the maddening crowd. The property contains 20 completely fenced acres within the gated community of Trailside. Just off I-95 and 15 minutes to the beach, Trailside features a paved road, miles of equestrian paths, and 20 acre lots. This home has 6 bedrooms, 5 full baths, a side entry garage and front and back expansive porch areas. You’ll find hardwood flooring throughout the home, a magnificent stone fireplace, and a spacious kitchen with a full bath off of the garage. The master suite affords beautiful vistas and a working fireplace.  French doors open out to beautiful views of the best of Florida’s natural landscapes. Finally an affordable home with acreage allowing…

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January 28, 2017 9am to 4pm. 

Free Event, will go on Rain or Shine!

On Saturday, January 28, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., watch history unfold as the two engagements that occurred during the Second Seminole War in what is now Loxahatchee River Battlefield Park are re-enacted.

Dressed re-enactors will revive the battle that occurred between the U.S. Army and the Seminole Indians on January 24, 1838. The Loxahatchee Battlefield preservationists will take to the field during the re-enactment and will also guide battlefield tours throughout the day.

The re-enactment itself will start at 2 p.m. with opening remarks followed by the battle. Also on site will be exhibitors, weapons demonstrations, speakers of period history and archaeology, and…

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