Robert’s Report – October 13, 2017

Our community continues its recovery from Irma. Events, previously postponed due to the preparation, impact and cleanup after the storm are now coming back on line making for a very busy calendar. We attended the Research Park at Florida Atlantic University’s third...

Robert’s Report – October 6, 2017

Things are beginning to get back to normal as events, postponed by Irma, are now coming back online. One of those events, the monthly membership breakfast for the Greater Boca Raton Chamber, was held at the Via Mizner Country Club on Thursday September 28th. For the...

Robert’s Report – September 29, 2017

With the memories of Irma still fresh in your mind, consider supporting the relief efforts of a non-profit agency you feel you can support. The news from the Keys and Puerto Rico is pretty bleak and its clear the recovery from Harvey, Irma and Marie will take time....

Robert’s Report – September 22, 2017

So, notwithstanding the fact that Hurricane Irma veered to the west of the Florida peninsula, the number of events on the calendar was reduced to next to nothing. Brazilian Beat 2017 was one casualty of the storm. The festivities were scheduled for Saturday September...

Robert’s Report – August 25, 2017

Last Thursday, as part of Boca Chamber Festival Days, members of the community attended a back to school brunch to celebrate and congratulate Connie Siskowski as the American Association of Caregiving Youth recapped a decade of work. Siskowski’s vision for AACY is to...

Robert’s Report – August 4, 2017

The City of Boca Raton continues to demonstrate its commitment to the FAU Charles E Schmidt College of Medicine and its incoming classes of medical students. For the 7th year, White Coats-4-Care, a fundraising reception hosted by Bonnie and Jon Kaye, has raised...