Do you know a student headed to FSU? Make sure they know to come to the Seminole Sendoff! This is a great way for incoming FSU students to learn about life at Florida State and meet other students from West Palm. All incoming Florida State students are invited to attend the Seminole Send-Off hosted by The Palm Beach County Seminole Club. Join Palm Beach County Seminole Club for a reception in honor of the future FSU class of 2020! Advance registration is requested to email@example.com.
The Palm Beach County Seminole Club Scholarship applications are due May 31! Click on the link for details. The Palm Beach County Seminole Club awards two $1,500 scholarships each year. Thanks to the support of our programs, events, door prizes, auctions, and sales we are close to our fund raising goal! If you would like to make a donation directly to our scholarship, please visit the link below. We appreciate all you do to make The Palm Beach County Seminole Club a success!
Dress to impress in your finest Derby Day attire and take in all of the race-day excitement of the Preakness Stakes! This year’s special honoree will be Bobby Bowden, former head football coach at Florida State University and author of “Called to Coach.” The Crockett Foundation's mission is to help build character, develop leaders, and improve communities – one child at a time.Click here for more event details and to purchase tickets.
- Doors Open - 3:30 pm
- *** Coach Fisher takes the stage - 4:30 pm ***
- Photo/Autograph Line Opens at 5:00 pm
Jimbo Fisher is coming back to Palm Beach County this month!
The Palm Beach County Seminole Club is pleased to welcome Florida State University's national championship-winning head football coach back to South Florida as part of the Seminole Boosters' 2016 Spring Tour.
Coach Fisher will meet with fans Wednesday, April 20, at Wayne Akers Ford in Lake Worth.
The event is free and open to the public, but you must pre-register online to be admitted.
Florida State fans will have the chance to get an autograph from or take a photograph with Coach Fisher for a nominal fee.
For more information and to register for the event, click here.
Get your first glimpse at the 2016 Florida State football team when the Seminoles culminate spring practice with the annual spring game this Saturday afternoon.
The FSU spring game is being played at the Orlando Citrus Bowl at 3 p.m., but you don't have to travel north to watch it. The game will be televised live at Grease Burger Bar, an official game-watching location of the Palm Beach County Seminole Club.
Grease will offer its 25% discount to all FSU fans who are wearing their garnet and gold. All fans are encouraged to arrive early as there is no reserved seating.
The Palm Beach County Seminole Club is proud to unveil the complete list of stops for its sixth annual Clematis Street Pub Crawl, scheduled for this Saturday, April 2.
Follow the warpath along Clematis Street as your fellow Seminoles conquer six of your favorite Clematis Street establishments -- O'Shea's Irish Pub, Wine Dive, Southern Railway Taphouse, Roxy's, Grease and Bar Louie.
This year's cost is $20 in advance and $25 at the door. All those who participated in the Seminole Service Day event will receive a $5 discount.
Registration begins at O'Shea's at 4 p.m. All participants will receive an official pub crawl T-shirt and a list of all the specials exclusive to pub crawl participants at registration. Please indicate what shirt size you'd like to wear.
First-time Uber users can also receive $20 off a ride to or from Clematis Street by using the special promotional code PBNOLESPUBCRAWL16.
Mark your calendars for March 19, 2016: the Fifth Annual Seminole Service Day! Uphold the garnet and gold by pitching in on our local service project.
Dreher Park Clean Up
9:00am - 1:00pm
All equipment will be provided!
Wear your Seminole attire and join the fun!
This is a family friendly event and we welcome Seminoles of all ages
We will meet on the north side of Dreher Park. Enter the park from Summit Blvd., NOT Southern Blvd. This is will put you closer to our meeting point.
Upon arrival, volunteers will each need to complete a form, including any children to participate.
If you have questions regarding Seminole Service Day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last year, Florida State alumni and friends volunteered more than 860 hours for local charities and community projects. “It’s so rewarding to see photos roll in from across the country,” says FSU Alumni Association President and CEO Scott Atwell. “Those images are tangible evidence of the Seminole spirit alive in communities from coast to coast — showcasing alumni serving as great ambassadors of our university.”