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            Woodfield Hunt & C.C., Fieldbrook Estates, Boca Grove, Polo Club, Newport Bay Club, Seasons of Boca

        VOL. 22 NO. 10                                                                           OCTOBER 2022

      TimberTech  Championship To Stay In Boca Raton

      At New Course For 2022

         This year’s TimberTech  Championship will remain in
      Boca Raton, but the PGA TOUR Champions event will shift
      to Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club while its longtime
      host, the Broken Sound Club’s Old Course, undergoes a
      renovation by Hall of Fame architect Rees Jones.
         Other than the site change, it will be business as usual
      for the TimberTech Championship, the longest-running
      professional golf tournament in Palm Beach County. It will
      maintain the same dates, Nov. 4 to 6, as well as its spot as
      the second tournament in the Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs,
      attracting the top 54 players on the 50-and-older circuit.
         “We are thrilled to be able to keep the TimberTech   and more specifically our hospital,” said Lincoln Mendez,   said Paul Kardish, tournament director for The AZEK
      Championship in Boca Raton while this renovation   president and CEO of Boca Raton Regional Hospital.  Company, the parent company of TimberTech. “With a
      is being completed,” said Tournament Director  Eddie      The TimberTech Championship will continue to be a   shared commitment to high performance, environmental
      Carbone. “We have been in this community for 15 years   zero waste event, meaning none of the trash will be sent to   sustainability, and creating amazing outdoor experiences
      and it’s important we continue to showcase the best of   area landfills. As part of TimberTech’s full-circle plastic   that bring people together, there is a natural alignment of
      the PGA TOUR Champions.”                           bag collection drive, some of the waste will even be   the AZEK brand with the PGA TOUR.”
         The primary beneficiary will remain the Boca Raton   repurposed and re-used to manufacture TimberTech’s low      The TimberTech Championship is expected to draw
      Regional Hospital; since its inception, the TimberTech   maintenance and environmentally sustainable outdoor   another stellar field, headlined by defending champion
      Championship has generated more than $2.4 million for local   living products.                       Steven Alker. The New Zealand native has won three times
      charities through the Boca Raton Champions Golf Charities.     “After the success of the TimberTech Championship the   since his initial victory at Broken Sound last November and
         “We are very fortunate to have this world-class golf   last two years, we’re excited to remain in Boca Raton and
      tournament in our backyard, benefiting our community   continue our partnership with PGA TOUR Champions,”   TimberTech  Championship on page 8
       Boca Helping Hands’ Bowling For Bread

       Benefitted Local Children’s Charities

         After a two-year COVID-19 hiatus, Boca Helping Hands
      (BHH) hosted its annual Bowling for Bread event on Sunday,
      Aug. 28 at Bowlero in Boca Raton. BHH invited kids from
      local children’s charities to attend at no cost and enjoy an
      afternoon of fun and bowling. Proceeds from the event will

                                                         Bowling for Bread Bowling Tournament Team Champion,
                                                         Rotary Club of Boca Raton, left to right, Rotarian Claudia   2022 Bowling for Bread – Propel
                                                         DuBois, BHH Executive Director Greg Hazle and Rotarian
                                                         Michael Miller

                                                         support the BHH Backpacks weekend meal program and the
                                                         participating children’s charities.
       Sponsor and Team Tournament Winner Rotary Club of Boca      The children’s charities that attended and will be
       Raton, left to right, Pat McCarthy, Silva Alexandrov, Trisha   beneficiaries of the event included 4KIDS of South Florida
       Saffer and Claudia DuBois                         Inc., Achievement Centers for Children & Families,
                                                                                 Adopt a Family, American
                                                                                 Association of Caregiving
                                                                                 Youth, Boys & Girls Club of
                                                                                 Boca Raton, Family Promise
                                                                                 of South Palm Beach County,
                                                                                 Fuller Center, HomeSafe,
                                                                                 Place of Hope, Propel, SOS
                                                                                 Children’s Villages, and Pearl   Boca Pointe Clowns on Call with Event Sponsor Lee
                                                                                 City Cats.                Steinberg
                                                                                   The bowling event attracted
                                                                                 250 guests, with more than half   Boca Helping Hands’ Bowling For Bread on page 2
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