Greetings! We have an exciting year ahead of us -- dozens of thought-provoking, educational, and social events are in the works!

Our calendar will be anchored by our traditional events such as monthly luncheons at both south and north county locations, and book club meetings.  Participating in Harvard Alumni Association events such as Welcome to Your City and Global Networking nights are always on our list as is our home-grown lecture series, Crimson Conversations.  In addition, we are putting together must-see new programming on true crime called "Crimson Crimes".  It promises to be ground-breaking!

We will be making a special effort this year to support students. Our club has always had a strong roster of local alumni interviewers to support Harvard admissions along with participating in college fairs and awarding the Harvard Book Prize to outstanding high school juniors.  We had a great turnout of current Harvard undergraduates at our holiday party, a cost underwritten by members and the club, and we hosted a very successful send-off event for students headed to Cambridge.

And finally, we look forward to listening and serving our alumni who reside in the Palm Beach County area. What are your interests? To that end, we will be sending out a survey in the coming months to gauge what areas of interest we might be overlooking. Please use the survey to communicate with us!

All of this takes plenty of dedication from our board of directors and volunteers to execute.  If you would like to get involved, please do not hesitate to reach out to me or the Club Administrator. The good work of the Club is 100% financed by membership dues. Please take this opportunity to join or renew your membership.
Best wishes for a wonderful year,

Sandra Arber '87
Club President
Harvard Club of the Palm Beaches

Harvard Club of the Palm Beaches
401 South County Road
P.O. Box 3188
Palm Beach, FL  33480

Club Administrator: Tricia Wansor


The Harvard Club of the Palm Beaches is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that serves the interests of Harvard University, its alumni, students, and their parents throughout Palm Beach County.  The Club is wholly dependent upon membership dues for support and receives no funding from Harvard University or its affiliates.