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There’s nothing like 4th of July at The Palace and this year was no exception! Renaissance & Royale residents & families enjoyed a fun-filled day that will not be forgotten. There was something for everyone as we celebrated our Nation’s Birthday with a Block Party “Palace Style.”
He’s the Man of the House and the Keeper of the Keys to our heart. As we celebrate Father’s Day, we remember every father figure in our lives… an older brother, father, grandfather, uncle or male mentor. At The Palace at Coral Gables, we think “Dad is Rad” (that means he’s just the absolute best!) and to prove it, we put on our work aprons and hard hats and worked hard to cater to the man who worked hard every day.
The Palace Gardens, our Assisted Living & Memory Care community in Homestead, recently hosted “Catwalk for the Cure,” a dazzling fashion show and luncheon held in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Ten lovely models, all of whom were breast cancer survivors, strutted the runway and modeled fall fashions graciously provided by Dress Barn.
"You guys are amazing."
"What a spread"
"The food & decor is unbelievable"
"You all never cease to impress"
These were just a few of the comments from Palace Family Members who joined their loved ones at The Palace for an extraordinary Downton Abbey-themed Mother's Day Celebration.
An unbelievable Spring of exciting events continued at The Palace Suites with a spectacular celebration for Cinco de Mayo.
In the fading twilight of Philadelphia's Municipal stadium, over 100,000 frenzied football fans were counting down the final seconds of what many later called the greatest college football game ever played.