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Boynton Beach Club
... Boynton Beach Club is a 2005 film directed by Susan Seidelman, produced by her and her mother Florence ... widowed friend David Cramer at an adult enclave in Boynton Beach (a city in Palm Beach County, Florida), the film was scripted by Susan Seidelman and ...
Florida State Road 807 - Palm Beach County Road 807
... County Road 807 Congress Avenue Route information Maintained by Palm Beach County DOT Length 15.91 mi (25.60 km) Major junctions South end SR 794 in Boca Raton SR 806 in Delray Beach SR 804 in Boynton Beach North end. 812 (Lantana Road) sits at the southwest corner of Palm Beach County Park Airport, locally known as Lantana Airport ... Continuing south, Congress enters the city of Boynton Beach and intersects with Gateway Boulevard ...
Park Vista Community High School - Re-Zoning
... overcapacity, after the 07-08 school year, an area of Boynton Beach was re-zoned from Park Vista Community High School to Olympic Heights Community High School in Boca Raton ... Other areas were re-zoned for Boynton Beach Community High School, such as SAC's 252, 260, 262A, 262B, 261, and 253 ... Developments included Sun Valley, Coronado Estates, Country Fair, Lakes of Boynton Beach, and Indian Springs ...
Palm Beach County, Florida - Geography - Natural Areas
... Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge, a 147,392 acres (59,647 ha) refuge in Boynton Beach DuPuis Management Area, a 21,875 acres (8,852 ha) area of ... Area, a 576 acres (233 ha) preserve in Juno Beach ... Frenchman's Forest Natural Area, a 158 acres (64 ha) preserve in Palm Beach Gardens Sweetbay Natural Area, a 1,094 acres (443 ha) preserve in Palm Beach Gardens ...

Famous quotes containing the word beach:

    We often love to think now of the life of men on beaches,—at least in midsummer, when the weather is serene; their sunny lives on the sand, amid the beach-grass and bayberries, their companion a cow, their wealth a jag of driftwood or a few beach plums, and their music the surf and the peep of the beech-bird.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)