All Blog Entries by Lacey Hagler

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One of the safest places to live in Florida, North Palm Beach is about to receive an overhaul to the village’s public country club.

Originally built in 1963 for $400,000, the North Palm Beach Country Club and its pool have been well overdue for a make-over. With an increase in area property value and notable affluent residents, a lot has improved in this beautiful seaside town since then. The 55-year old clubhouse has since been demolished in lieu of an $18 million upgrade.

The new 37,000 square foot clubhouse will include a lavish community room to be used for banquets, a restaurant, a pro shop, locker rooms, and storage for golf carts. The 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course is also receiving a face-lift with brand new sod and grass

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Voted the “Best Sunday Brunch” on Trip Advisor, it’s only appropriate to kick off your Sundays at Sailfish Marina on Singer Island. Overlooking Peanut Island, this well-known resort and fishing destination opens at 7am with a sprawling brunch and of course- a bloody mary bar.

Enjoy relaxing in the air conditioned dining room with floor to ceiling windows for viewing the lively marina. Guests also have the option of sitting outside in the ocean air to enjoy watching pelicans and yachts come and go, all while appreciating live local music.

Sailfish Marina's World Famous Bloody Mary Bar is also open every Saturday and Sunday from 7am until 2pm.

Tropical-inspired breakfast dishes on the menu include a cheesy crab omelette and plantain pancakes.

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According to U.S. News, Florida residents can breathe easy knowing they live in the state with the best natural environment in the nation, placing number one overall for drinking water quality, urban air quality, and low pollution health risk.

The World Health Organization states that air pollution is a major environmental health risk, and by living in areas with high air quality, people can reduce the burden of disease from stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, chronic and acute respiratory diseases, and even dementia.

While the sunshine state may be best known for gorgeous beaches, oranges, and Hawaiian-shirted retirees, Florida also leads the country with lowest air and water pollutants. With the sea breeze sweeping over mostly flat terrain in a

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