- Boca Raton Country Clubs Continue Tradition of Giving
BOCA RATON, Fla., Nov. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- St. Andrews Country Club, Addison Reserve Country Club and Boca Grove Golf and Tennis Club continue the tradition of coming together to aid Congregation B'nai Israel of Boca Raton and Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church in their 28th consecutive Feed the Hungry Program that provides Thanksgiving dinner to over 3,000 area residents on Tuesday, November 20. St. Andrews Country Club has spearheaded giving traditional Thanksgiving side dishes by recruiting other area clubs to participate.
Organizers of Feed the Hungry reached out to Craig Martin, C.C.M., COO & General Manager of St. Andrews Country Club to reach out to his colleagues to provide side dishes to help their cause. Martin commented, "It is so important for both people and organizations to pitch in to help those less fortunate, especially as our economy slowly improves. What has become an annual event is rewarding for all parties involved and I am once again moved by the St. Andrews Country Club Board of Governors and my fellow Club Managers Association members who continue to provide all of the items requested."
"Craig Martin and his colleagues Michael McCarthy, CEO & General Manager of Addison Reserve Country Club and Chuck Lehner, COO & General Manager of Boca Grove Golf & Tennis Club offered assistance without hesitation. We are thankful the area clubs, especially St. Andrews and Boca Grove who have partnered with us for the past four years and want to express our gratitude to them, and especially to Craig for his support," said Janyce Speier, a Feed the Hungry volunteer and St. Andrews Country Club member.
The three country clubs are providing mashed potatoes and gravy, sweet potatoes, rolls and stuffing to Congregation B'nai Israel of Boca Raton and Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church. Over 3,000 people, mostly children, come from Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, Delray Beach and West Palm Beach are expected to partake in this 28 year old tradition of fellowship, love and respect. Each person will leave with a small leftover treasure for them to eat during the week.
Feed the Hungry Thanksgiving feast on November 20 from 3:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, 200 NE 12 Street, Boca Raton, FL 33432. Directions: Dixie Highway south, turn left after Glades Road. Follow the road around to the left of the church. For additional information, call CBI Coordinator Greg Jacobs at 561-239-0016 or Ebenezer Church at 561-391-7357. The church building will be used to stage the food, dessert and beverage areas, tents will cover the parking lots with plenty of tables, chairs, lighting and volunteer DJ's. The two congregations provide roundtrip buses to some neighborhoods for families and children.
About St. Andrews Country Club:
St. Andrews Country Club of Boca Raton, a mandatory membership, resident-only Platinum Club of America, internationally recognized for magnificent estate residences. The Club features superior amenities, two 18-hole championship golf courses, including an Arnold Palmer Signature Design®. A state-of-the-art Golf Performance Center includes an indoor hitting bay, private practice area, covered patio with complimentary beverage station, V1 Digital Coaching System, FlightScope Launch Monitor® technologies and a Callaway Golf® branded club fitting area. The Club also offers 15 clay tennis courts, including a European red clay court, a spa and fitness center and a 125,000 square foot Clubhouse in the center of it all. The Clubhouse provides unequalled culinary delights, a year-round social calendar and offers spectacular views of the lakes, fountains, fairways and manicured greens. St. Andrews has played host to numerous PGA golf exhibitions led by touring pros such as Phil Mickelson, Arnold Palmer, John Daly and Rocco Mediate, and is the home course to LPGA Touring Professional Morgan Pressel. For more information, please visit www.standrewscc.com or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
About Addison Reserve Country Club:
Addison Reserve Country Club is recognized by Platinum Club of America 5-Star Private Club as the #4 residential country club community in the nation. This gated golf and tennis community is home to 717 luxury homes situated on 653 acres that are surrounded by golf courses and lakes. Also recognized as an Emerald Club Award recipient, Addison Reserve Country Club is located in charming Delray Beach, Florida. To learn more about Addison Reserve Country Club, please visit our website at http://www.addisonreserve.cc or contact the club at (561)637-4004.
About Boca Grove Plantation:
Boca Grove Plantation is a prestigious, members-only golf and country club, focusing on an uncompromising dedication to service and excellence. A boutique-style residential community and recreational oasis in the heart of Boca Raton, Boca Grove is recognized as one of South Florida's most affluent communities. With approximately 450 member families, this stunning community exhibits style and grace afforded only to the most elite private clubs in South Florida. Members enjoy an elegant lifestyle in an idyllic setting surrounded by natural beauty, sparkling lakes, and beautiful landscaping. The newly renovated clubhouse is constantly bustling with social activity. With upscale and casual options, a special golf course dining experience, and a variety of special occasion dinners and celebrations, members and their guests are delighted with a dining experience that is second to none. For those with a passion for the active life, Boca Grove offers a newly renovated and redesigned Jim Fazio 18-hole championship golf course, twelve Har-Tru courts that recently hosted Olympic Gold Medalist Andy Murray, a resort style swimming pool and a completely equipped fitness center. This gorgeous gated community maintains a commitment to outstanding service and offers its members endless opportunities for fun and camaraderie. For more information, visit www.bocagrove.org or call 561-487-5300.
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