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Here's the “Crossword of Day” by Waterfront Properties! Each Sunday, Waterfront Properties will unveil a new crossword puzzle for our followers and fellow agents. These puzzles, which will vary in difficulty, are great way to escape your newsfeed and test your brain power! Good luck and have fun!

































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Jupiter Medical Center, like most private hospitals, has taken a financial hit because of the coronavirus. Why? Because elective procedures have dramatically dropped off.

Thankfully, residents of the Palm Beaches have rallied to support the local institution.

Over the past few weeks, Jupiter Medical Center Foundation has received nearly $1.8 million in philanthropic donations.

“We are extremely grateful for the generosity of the community and our donors during this uncertain time,” said Liv Vesely, President of Jupiter Medical Center Foundation. “Gifts received are helping to offset losses due to decreased volumes, and have allowed us to purchase additional medical equipment to address the hospital’s highest priority needs.”

The hospital

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The iconic Breakers Hotel on Palm Beach is now open for hotel guests. The historic hotel opened its door to guests on Friday, May 22nd after a 10-week temporary closure amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Since being closed the staff of the hotel has examined and reviewed every area and hotel space to enhanced safeguards.

The hotel outlined in a 16-page document their enhanced safety and cleaning procedures to the Health and Safety Precautions in Response to Covid-19 before reopening. The hotel’s cleaning and safety procedures meet and exceed all government guidelines and industry recommendations.

 Every housekeeper will be provided gloves, shoe coverings and facial masks, and every room will be properly disinfected. The staff will continue to monitor

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Outdoor parks and playgrounds are going to be more important than ever this Summer as residents of the Palm Beaches continue social distance and try to keep their kids as safe and healthy as possible. Here are some fun places where your kids can play and have fun outdoors.

Constitution Park in Tequesta

Amazing playground and beautifully maintained surrounds make this park a true gem.  You may have to physically pry your children off of the equipment when it is time to leave.  The playground is best suited to older children with the tube slides and a tall treehouse.  There is also a fitness trail and basketball courts.

Address: 399 Seabrook Rd, Jupiter, FL 33469

Lake Lytal Park in West Palm Beach

Popular for its affordable water fun at

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Governor DeSantis announced on Wednesday that parts of Florida can begin Phase Two of reopening. Governor DeSantis spoke at Universal Studios CityWalk in Orlando. The Governor said that Florida is ready to enter Phase Two of its reopening plan.

The new Phase Two guidelines apply to 64 counties in Florida, Palm Beach County, Broward County and Miami-Dade County are excluded from Phase Two at this time. However, county officials and mayors can submit their own reopening plans to the Governor for consideration.

The new Phase Two guidelines will take effect Friday, June 5th, 2020. New guidelines include:

  • Restaurants may allow bar-top seating with appropriate social distancing
  • Pubs and Bars may operate at 50% capacity inside and full capacity
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The Busch Wildlife Sanctuary is a quaint zoo in Jupiter that residents love to visit with kids and family to check out local wildlife. The Sanctuary recently reopened and is now allowing visitors.

About Busch Wildlife

The Busch Wildlife Sanctuary was founded in 1983 with the mission of wildlife rehabilitation by caring for sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals.  This refuge and nature center for Florida wildlife is open Monday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and has kid-friendly trails through woods and wetlands

To complement its rehabilitation efforts, the Sanctuary took on the additional mission of educating the public about nature, wildlife, and environmental issues.

Over 100,000 children and adults visit the Sanctuary

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For the past few years, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center hosts their annual Run 4 The Sea race to help celebrate ocean conservation and raise money for endangered sea turtles. Usually, the event takes place along A1A and the beach in Juno Beach and Jupiter, but this year the run will now be virtual.

The 2020 Run 4 The Sea is now a virtual 4-mile timed race and a kid’s 1 miler at any location of your choosing. Proceeds from the run will still benefit The Loggerhead Marinelife Center.  This year marks the 9th annual Run 4 The Sea.

The Run is open to runners, walkers, and hikers of all ages. The cost is $40 dollars for adults and $20 dollars for children. All participants will receive a sport style participant t-shirt and a custom finisher medal.

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Palm Beach County has some of the best outdoor parks in the country. Wildlife, beaches and beautiful landscapes, Palm Beach County has it all. Here are a few of our favorite outdoor parks.

Riverbend Park

If you want to get a little history with your nature walk, Riverbend is the spot. It is adjacent to the Loxahatchee River Battlefield Park, site of two 1838 battles of the Second Seminole Indian War, and the Loxahatchee River, designated a National Wild and Scenic River, runs through it. There are 7 miles of equestrian trails and about 10 miles of walking trails. Fishing and picnicking areas, too.

Dyer Park

Located in Palm Beach Gardens between West Palm and Jupiter, Dyer is a 560-acre inland park is a good spot for running. There are

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With the help of hundreds of individual donors, local foundations and a legendary golfer, Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches used a Palm Beach golf event to successfully raise more than $300,000 to provide nutritious meals to homebound seniors during the coronavirus pandemic.

Golfer Tiger Woods is among those who have aided the West Palm Beach-based organization in providing more than 27,000 meals during the past nine weeks to seniors from Jupiter to Lantana.

Woods, a Jupiter Island resident, designated $83,333 to Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches as part of his role in The Match: Champions for Charity event held May 24 at The Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound, the organization said.

The event, which also featured PGA Tour golf champion

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One of Palm Beach Island’s most popular attraction, The Flagler Museum is planning to reopen their doors to visitors on Tuesday, June 9th.

The museum is planning to have reduced hours and signs in the museum to ensure the safety of all who visit. The Flagler Museum’s new hours starting June 9th will be Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm. All visitors will be required to pre-purchase General Admission tickets using a credit card or pay-pay online. Tickets will be limited to 4 tickets per purchase.

The Museum is also planning on adopting a timed entry. Visitors will be required when purchasing tickets online to choose a time they plan to arrive.  Museum members still have access to free admission but will be required to provide a time on when

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