While the PGA Corridor Association is all about promoting business in Palm Beach Gardens, the group recently got together for an evening devoted to pleasure. The setting was Old Palm Golf Club, the second time that the association has held one of its meetings in the Palm Beachesâ premier private Club community. Dozens of influential Palm Beach Gardens business and civic leaders attended, including Mayor David Levy, City Councilman Eric Jablin and County Commission candidate Hal Valache. PGA Corridor Association Chairman and local real estate attorney Stephen Mathison put together a relaxing program for the association members to enjoy the dramatic setting for the evening event.Â There were also bankers, real estate brokers, medical professionals, attorneys and retail center owners in attendance, all of them enjoying cocktails, hors dâoeuvres and the ambiance of the Castillo II, a model home built by Hasey Construction. Situated on a generous half-acre home site in Old Palmâs Grand Estates neighborhood, the single-story Castillo II encompasses 5,665 square feet. It features a traditional, split floor plan with four bedrooms, five full baths, two half baths, a den and a media room. The design encourages entertaining, so it was the ideal venue for the PGA Corridor Association event. See more photos on our Facebook page.