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Old Palm hosts the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches

November 19, 2013

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[caption id="attachment_6886" align="alignleft" width="150"] Photo by Lucien Capehart Photography[/caption] Business mixed beautifully with pleasure recently when the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches held its annual Chairman’s Circle reception at Old Palm Golf Club. More than 200 chamber members and VIP guests attended the affair and enjoyed gourmet passed hors d’oeuvres and live music, compliments of the Dreyfoos School of the Arts jazz ensemble. Mark Nosacka, CEO of Good Samaritan Medical Center, was sworn in as the 2014 Chairman of the Board. Another highlight of the evening was the silent auction, which featured merchandise generously donated by members of the chamber. But these were no ordinary items. There were opportunities to be Mayor for the Day, Sheriff for the Day (which included a ride in a police boat and a visit to the fingerprint lab), numerous golf outings, resort vacations and tickets to the Grand Prix and several Dolphin and Panthers games. Because the chamber requested a unique setting for the reception, the Prima model home was selected. Built by Couture Homes in Old Palm’s Custom Estates neighborhood, Prima is a classically proportioned Italian-style villa. It encompasses 7,450 square feet under air and offers six bedrooms, six full and two half baths and a four-car garage.  The home flows naturally from room to room and from indoors to outdoors. The heart and soul of the home is the courtyard, an oasis for entertaining and relaxing. At its center, a lap pool runs perpendicular to the swimming pool, with a whirlpool spa at the intersection. Several arbors lend dappled shade and texture. A fire pit separates the summer kitchen from an open patio, which is beautifully furnished to invite conversation. A private guest house overlooks the courtyard. The Prima is priced at $5.8 million. Event photos coming soon!


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