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Jimbo Fisher Appearance

The Palm Beach County Seminole Club, Seminole Boosters and Frigate's Waterfront Bar & Grill are proud to welcome Florida State University head football coach Jimbo Fisher to South Florida. 

Join your fellow Seminoles at Frigate's in North Palm Beach on Thursday, May 15th, from 5-8 PM as Fisher reflects on the 2013 national championship team and looks ahead to the upcoming season.

This will be Fisher's first public appearance in Palm Beach County since 2010.  William Floyd, the starting fullback for the 1993 national championship team and a former first-round NFL draft pick, will also be in attendance.

Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door.  The cost includes complimentary appetizers, two drink tickets for beer or wine and cash bar drink specials.

A limited number of VIP tickets will be sold for a private meet-and-greet reception for $100.  The price includes and event t-shirt, drawing ticket for a chance to win a signed football, full open bar and hors d'oeuvres and a photo opportunity with Fisher.

There will also be a silent auction for FSU memorabilia and a drawing for the chance to win two tickets to the season opener against Oklahoma State in Texas.

Pre-registration is now available here.


Garnet and Gold Spring Game-Watch Party

Can't make it to Tallahassee for the annual spring game Saturday, April 12th?  Watch the Garnet and Gold game live with your fellow Seminoles at Grease Burger Bar on Clematis street in downtown West Palm Beach.

Get your first glimpse at the reigning national champions when Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Jameis Winston and his teammates take the field for the first time since winning the crystal football in January.

All Seminoles wearing garnet and gold will receive a 25% discount during the game

Kickoff is at 3 PM, but fans are encouraged to arrive early.


2014 Clematis Street Pub Crawl



Mark your calendars for the 4th Annual Clematis Street Pub Crawl on Saturday, March 29th.


This year's cost is $20 in advance and $25 at the door.  All those who participate in the Seminole Service Day event will receive a $5 discount.

Registration begins at O'Shea's Irish Pub at 5 PM and the festivities begin at 6 PM.  A complete list of participating establishments will be released at a later date.

All pub-crawlers will receive a t-shirt and a list of all the drinks specials at registration.

Preregistration is now available online here.




2014 Seminole Service Day

Join your fellow 'Noles on Saturday, March 22 from 9 a.m. to noon as they spread smiles to families in need.

Quantum House is a local hospital hospitality house dedicated to caring for families who have sick children receiving medical treatment in Palm Beach County. When these families walk through the doors of the House, they can expect a warm bed, a hot meal and compassionate support as they face some of the most difficult times in their lives.

Seminole Service Day volunteers will have to opportunity to participate in house chores, cook breakfast and interact with the families while making a substantial impact in the local community.

Please wear comfortable clothes and sneakers. Garnet and gold is encouraged!

For more information, please contact info@pbnoles.com.

Quantum House is located on the campus of St. Mary's Medical Center in West Palm Beach but it can be a bit tricky to locate the House. The address is 901 45th Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33407, we recommend you follow the directions below: 
Take I-95 to 45th Street. Exit and go east. Go through Congress, Australian and railroad tracks. You will soon see an entrance for St. Mary's with the Hanley Center on the corner. Take this left turn into this entrance. (If you go up the hill to the main entrance you have gone too far.) Follow this road, over the speed bump to the Dialysis Center on the left. Take this left into their parking lot, follow it through to what looks like a service road. Follow this road around to the right. When it ends, take a quick left and a quick right which puts you in the parking lot of the Institute of Mental Health. Follow this through and you will see Quantum House just beyond. It's a one-story beige building with white roof.



Warchant.com 2014 Recruiting Recap with Gene Williams

Another National Signing Day is in the books, and the Seminoles have once again reeled in another top five recruiting class on the heels of their national championship.

The Palm Beach County Seminole Club is proud to welcome back Warchant.com founder and administrator Gene Williams, aka "Dot Com", for his recruiting recap on Tuesday, February 11th, at 6 PM.

Join your fellow Seminoles at Grease Burger Bar, the official game-watching site of the Palm Beach County Seminole Club, as Gene shares his in-depth perspective on the entire 2014 class.  There will be video highlights of each player, followed by a question-and-answer session about the upcoming season.

Grease will extend its 25% discount for all those wearing FSU attire.  There will also be a raffle to benefit the Palm Beach County Seminole Club Scholarship Fund. 


Letter from the President

Hello Palm Beach County Seminoles,

I hope that everyone had a safe and enjoyable start to the New Year.

Unless you have been living under a rock, you probably already know that Florida State defeated Auburn to win the 2013 BCS National Championship.  The Seminoles completed their first-ever 14-0 season, highlighted by a thrilling 34-31 victory over the Tigers in the final seconds at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.  Along the way, freshman quarterback Jameis Winston took home the Heisman Trophy, joining the ranks of fellow signal callers Charlie Ward and Chris Weinke.

As 2014 begins, I'd like to take a moment to reflect on some of the crowning moments for the university, the club and the athletic programs in 2013.

First and foremost, Florida State earned pre-eminent status in June, a big step toward President Eric Barron's goal of making the university one of the top 25 public institutions in the country.  FSU also improved to 40th among all public universities in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings. 

Local Seminoles teamed up with Paint Your Heart Out Palm Beach County in March to help paint the home of an underprivileged resident for our annual Seminole Service Day event.  In May, the club was honored to host a meet-and-greet with 1993 Heisman Trophy winner Charlie Ward at Grease.  Then in August, former defensive coordinator Mickey Andrews and several former football players joined the club for our annual golf tournament/season kickoff banquet at Ironhorse Country Club.

As we look ahead to 2014, here are some key dates to keep in mind:

  • FSU Day with the Seminole Tribe is Saturday, Jan. 25th at the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Seminole Tribe Museum.  This is a chance to learn about the real Seminoles of Florida and take an airboat ride through the Everglades.  To find out more about the event and to register, click on the following link: http://one.fsu.edu//fsuday.
  • National Signing day is Wednesday, Feb 5th
  • This year's Seminole Service Day is scheduled for Saturday, March 22nd, and details are currently being finalized.
  • The 4th Annual Clematis Street Pub Crawl is scheduled for Saturday, March 29th.  This will be the first year that the date won't conflict with the Palm Beach International Boat Show.  We are currently trying to secure group rates at a few downtown area hotels.  We hope that by doing this we will be able to allow more people from other parts of the county to take part in this epic event. 
  • The spring game date still hasn't been set, but it likely will be held on April 12th.
  • The football team begins the 2014 season at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX against the Oklahoma State Cowboys. 

Thank you for your support in 2013.  I look forward to seeing all of you in 2014. 

Sincerely,

Peter Burke

President, Palm Beach County Seminole Club

FSU c/o '04


BCS National Championship vs Auburn Game-Watch Party

The top-ranked Florida State Seminoles are just a victory away from claiming their third national championship in school history.  Only second-ranked Auburn stands in their way in the final BCS National Championship game.

Although these two teams haven't met since 1990, there's plenty of history in this regional rivalry.  Florida State is 4-13-1, all-time against Auburn, but the Seminoles are 3-1 in their past four meetings, including a 13-7 victory in the 1989 Sugar Bowl.

Perhaps no meeting will mean as much for either program as the one scheduled for Monday, January 6th @ 8 PM.

If you can't travel to Pasadena to watch the game, join your fellow Seminoles at Grease Burger Bar, the official FSU football game-watch location, on Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach.

As always, Grease will offer a 25% discount and $2 touchdown shots to all those wearing FSU colors.

The Palm Beach County Seminole Club's game day tailgate party at Grease will begin at 5 PM.  Take part in beer pong, flip-cup and other tailgate games with #3 Pabst Blue Ribbon. 

There will also be a continuous drawing throughout the evening for the chance to win a $25 Grease gift certificate(for use on a different date) that wil be awarded each time the Seminoles score.  There should be plenty of chances since FSU boasts the nation's second-best scoring offense and top-ranked scoring defense. 

Proceeds benefit the Palm Beach County Seminole Club Scholarship Fund, which provides two scholarships each year to Palm Beach State College graduates who have chosen to continue their education at FSU.

All fans are encouraged to arrive early as there is no reserved seating.

 


ACC Championship Game-Watch Party

The Florida State Seminoles are No. 1 for the first time since 2000.  Only one team stands in the way of a berth in the national championship.  The 20th ranked Duke Blue Devils have won 10 games for the first time in school history and become the first team other than Georgia Tech or Virginia Tech to represent the Coastal Division in the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship Game.

Duke is 0-18 all-time against FSU, but this is the most meaningful game between the teams when they meet this Saturday at 8 PM.

If you can't travel to Charlotte, NC, to watch the game, join your fellow Seminoles at Grease Burger Bar, the official FSU football game-watch location. 

As always, Grease will offer a 25% discount and $2 touchdown shots to all those wearing FSU colors.  There will also be a raffle for the chance to win a Jimbo Fisher autographed football and other prizes.

Proceeds benefit the Palm Beach County Seminole Club Scholarship Fund, which provides two scholarships each year to Palm Beach State College graduates who have chosen to continue their education at FSU.

All fans are encouraged to arrive early as there is no reserved seating.


FSU vs Florida Game-Watch Party

The second-ranked Florida State Seminoles conclude their regular season schedule against arch-rival Florida this Saturday, Nov. 30th, at noon.  The gators are guaranteed a losing season for the first time since 1979, so they would like nothing more than to upset FSU in Gainesville.

If you don't have tickets to the game, join your fellow Seminoles at Grease Burger Bar, the official FSU football game-watch location, on Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach.

As always, Grease will offer a 25% discount and $2 touchdown shots to all those wearing FSU colors.  There will also be a raffle for the chance to win tickets to the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship game in Charlotte, NC.

Proceeds benefit the Palm Beach County Seminole Club Scholarship Fund, which provides two scholarships each year to Palm Beach State College graduates who have chosen to continue their education at FSU.

Grease is opening at 10:30 AM to accomodate those early risers. 

All fans are encouraged to arrive early as there is no reserved seating.


FSU vs. Idaho Game-Watch Party

The second ranked Florida State Seminoles close out their home schedule against non-conference foe Idaho this Saturday, Nov. 23rd, at 3:30 PM.

If you can't get to Tallahassee to watch the game, join your fellow Seminoles at Grease Burger Bar, the official FSU football game-watch location, on Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach.

As always, Grease will offer a 25% discount and $2 touchdown shots to all those wearing FSU colors.  There will also be a raffle for the chance to win tickets to the regular season finale at rival Florida.

Proceeds benefit the Palm Beach County Seminole Club Scholarship Fund, which provides two scholarships each year to Palm Beach State College graduates who have chosen to continue their education at FSU.

Your Palm Beach County Seminoles are once again partnering with the Palm Beach County Food Bank for our annual Thanksgiving food drive.  All Seminoles are being asked to bring non-perishable donations to help less fortunate families have a happy Thanksgiving this year. 

Food Drive List

Beans

Canned Fruits

Canned Juices

Canned Meats(Tuna, Salmon, Chicken)

Canned Soups

Canned Stews and Chili

Canned Vegetables

Cereals

Jelly(only in plastic containers)

Tomato Sauce

Pasta

Peanut Butter

Rice

Everyone who donates will automatically be entered into a raffle for the chance to win several great FSU prizes, including a football autographed by head coach Jimbo Fisher.

All fans are encouraged to arrive early as there is no reserved seating.


FSU vs. Syracuse Game-Watch Party

The second ranked Florida State Seminoles control their own destiny in the hunt for a national championship.  Next up is the homecoming game against Atlantic Coast Conference newcomer Syracuse this Saturday, Nov. 16th, at 3:30PM.

If you can't get to Tallahassee to watch the game, join your fellow Seminoles at Grease Burger Bar, the official FSU football game-watching location, on Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach.

As always, Grease will offer a 25% discount and $2 touchdown shots to all those wearing FSU colors.  There will also be a raffle for the chance to win FSU football tickets and other prizes.

Saturday's prizes include tickets to the Nov. 23rd final home game against Idaho and the regular season finale at rival Florida.

Proceeds benefit the Palm Beach County Seminole Club Scholarship Fund, which provides two scholarships each year to Palm Beach State College graduates who have chosen to continue their education at FSU.

All fans are encouraged to arrive early as there is no reserved seating.

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